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Array JitwJ (X#4$®w£
■_isrsxEa, jb. c. Saturday evening, November 6, lsse.
KUMBER 85
GO.
-miA.
intlle
nd.
B. <3.
CE
sets,
lUAp-
l»*-m for
-.Tit. and
locSto
DOUGLAS & DEIGHTON,
—tanufacturers and Importers of
Harness. Saddles, Bridles, Whips, etc.
JSTEW  *WBSTM3tNSTER, B. a.
—rite—
PHdNIX!
That aid relbkMe bsoraaee Compnny
or Ld-doa, Engl* ud.
JAS. CUNMNGHAM,
AGENT FOR NEW WESTMINSTER
Rates  of Insurance as low as other
Companies-
.. Losses promptly paid and no
unnecessary ; trouble given to
the UNj<S-|_--TUNATE.
Now West,, Oct. llth. oel2dlm
AU,
Gas Fittings!
E. S. SCOULLAR & GO.
_A_re Prepared to Supply and Erect
Gas Pipe,
Gas Fixtures,
And every thins relating to thia branch of
business.
-    mar Experienced   and   competent men
only   employed, and    work   guaranteed
flrst-class In   every reupect.    Prices as low
as anywhere else.
E. S. SCOULLAR A CO.,
d-Jly3ltc       '       * Columblastreet.
THO^   OVENS,
MANUFACTURER   OF
CHARLES MURRAY,
CLARKSON STBEET,
Opp.,l_eglstrjF ORce, Kew* Wenl'r.
House, SijaiiiOrDiMtr_JP_i_tiij,
PAPH HAHCINC, CUzilic, KJUSONMIK, to.
WALL PAPER.
Bhe largest a^ortiotnt of Wall Paper
In the Oity. ctomprinlng newtet patterns,
always on hand at bottom prioes, 8am-
Slen on view at T.  B. Pearson A Co.'s
tore, Columbia St.   Paper knnglag at
specially low rates. daeisto
Ttr
CHANGE OF TIME TABU.
j STEAMER
"GLADES'?
UNTIL   FURTHER   NOTICE  WljTJ,
make regular trips   . E Jl.t.'.    nt
.... TO lAlB ASD WAT POSTS,
living Kew Westminster on ; - - r .
MONDAYS pud THURSDAYS
At 7 ft. m.    Returning on Wednesdays
and Saturdays'
JlySlte
CAPT. INSLEY, Master.
***■?•  __
ilor
mt, s-rs-w
wtlonof
HUGH
\xmm tsmtX
•nd xs,t»
to-ossnt-s
Uon,
B,
gent.
rE   BX-
a      «_1_.«--
y   mml-m.
i   pabHo
owder,
■«•*.-
*r
>P»*
ice.
r   THAT
» Joshua
***--*__££
quired
 news to
atl   per>
ie eslato
thereof.
t%»    from
■**
itrntrlx.
oclSdtnt
-*5^7--_ft__.0<DasT©.
Blacksmith and Machinist
JV.11 _-Cin.li. of   Machinery, Patent  Locks.
Safes.   Sewing   Machines,   ftc, &a..
Repaired.
BLACKSMITHINC
la   all    Its branches.   Farmers', Lpssera',
Mill atfa Contract Work: Agricultural
Implements, and every thing ln the
blacksmith Une mmlo to order.
HaTlng secured nrat-clntfs workmen, we
feel confluent of giving satisfaction.
sttm— Horae-ahoelngj a specialty.
aw-JlySltc]   * CoLsaBu ar., Kew Vmbt.
W;»;AIJOT-Ilfc
DEALER IN
Creneral Merchandise!
Jk. lars* Aaaortment of
DRY  GOODS
— AND—
GROCERIES
ALWAYS OM HANS.
axid Feed
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
r«*****-*-»-tSfittfiS
in rm w Tint citv.
w. ran two ata-tea dally, except Sunday.,
to Par* Moody, aarrytnc H.MJS. mails.    *
Am mo liquor or tobacco la used we can by
tempsral. hablU and careful economy
aerrve the publio at especially low ratea.
 _twsS_»_S	
F. CRAKE,
VRACTICAi,
WATCH MAKER
—AND—
JEWELER,
COLUMBIA STRFET,      NEW WtSTMIHSTER.
taaalsikaas « <*a*s.
SIGN Of TBE Blfi WATCH.
• L.VTK HANAOKI FOR OAVAQF, *
LYMAN, MONTREAL
mSiis
Chrononeten, Repeaters, Chrono-
•--r-t.pliers.-ud.aai.a-W Watch
repairs a SpeeUH)-.
STY ONE HAVINO WATCHES which
have been Injured, by Inoompetent
sit, repairer* can be made equal to new
again. ftWRLBT of all kinds made and
repaired. All work warranted; charges
moderate.    Katlmates given freeof charge.
B-Ldllf. and  atber
tbaa any ether ksnae In ». C.
TuAT>IR8> SOLID t» CARAT OOLD AMERICAN MTKM WII-tniNO WATCItE-L
acenrste lltnekeepers, *K; nsaal prise, IM.
W. PRdtHERO & uo:
MANUFACTURERS AND PEALER8I*.
'--   ALL-^I*'bp*t*ftNm/RE. '
REMOVED
*#-To shop lat*ily occupied by Mr. Darcy,
UOu   Columbia Strest
Call and examine our stock and prices
before buying.   We can't be INDUBOLD
ln the oity.   Repairing of all kinds neatly
done. W. PROTHERO A CO.
■etttc
SPENOE'S BRIDGE, B, 0.
WE BEO TO INFORM YOU THAT
"* we bavo leased the Morton House
at Spence's Bridge from Mr. Murray and
that It Is newly fitted up and comfortably
furnished. We would respectfully solicit
yoar patronage and we promise If yon
will favor us with It to do all we can to
satisfy you In every respeot. Mrs. Reid,
who has had much experience, will attend lo tlio culinary department.
We remain, yours respectfully,
REID 4 NEPF.
COME AND SEE1
W. H. HOLDEN,
Tt AVING   TAKEN   POSSESSION OF
XI the "Temperance House,"fronting
on Columblaand Ohuroh Streets, opposite
the Episcopal Churoh-' and now known
"FARMERS* HOME!
Will accommodate tiie troTellng publie
at the following rate.:
Board per day „„„,, _...._.,tl 00
"     ".WMk  - -..too
Single Meals.. ..,..-....:.-..—.   St
Beds .1....'..'..!.. i    a
MuGood accommodation tor Ladles and
(amines. mjOte
P. PEEBLES.
J.-ff.HECIiLEY
(NEAR MERCHANTS' SQUARE), r
furnitiiIb
MANUFAQTURER8,
—AMD—
UPHOLSTERERS
HAVK ON HAND THE
LAHCEHT AND BEST STOCK OF NIB
NITIIME ON THB MAINLAND.
Hardware Bedraani  Smiles,  Im Ash,
Cherry, WalMt. or Malagasy.
Estimates for Offlee and Store Fittings.
An experienced upholsterer has been
engaged by the firm, who are now pre-
Eared to do-all Kindaof work in theu**
olstery llde. .;■:...*      ■ f      ^lljyi
TO THE PUBLIC
Ovam •_»■ xhS' -tASo_s,,flr,
crease In the number of patient,
received at the Royal Columbian Hospital, New Westminster, during the lut
'year, the Board of Director. Snd it necessary to appeal to the publio for usist-
Mice. In view oi ths fact that th. disbursements for the last aix month, have
been in excess of th. revenue, and that no
public subscription, have been solicited
Mr. W. H. Keary will personally can-
,vaas for subscriptions.
if! . O. E. CORBOULD,
NewW»st.,Hept.S«,l(«.r ehtweB-l
respectfully inform
the Publio that they
are prepared to do
Gas Fitting ijtlityjtyri
possible MtfdscoriSK-
tent with good workmanship.   ••   j,
A supply of FIX-
TTJMB, j^LQPS,
&o., now on hand.
Wr. Dffiofi, Hoi-
BuiMlng, oeat
5-F* Orders may be left at
the   Company's  Office,
brook Stoat
RAND BROS.
J. L. STAMFORD,
**1*^.;^ii^r,f^ywppy
BOY WANTED;
i A N   Tlt-4ylAtJSt^ W.V WANTJJ
i\ to learn the printing business.
Itt hi. offlee. dl
E. HUTCHERSON,
NURSERYMAN A DEALER IN
V ■.,   - ./■ . :
Frolt and Ornamental Trees;
Udner'S Undino. B.-0.
mHE aUBSCRIBEa WISHES TO IN-
JL form the people of BrltlHh Columbia
that he has esUbllshed a Nursery at Ladner's Lan-llng, and is prepared to fill
all orders for Frnlt Trees, Ornamental
Trees, Shrubbery, Vines, Small Fruits.
Ac. Trees Imported or home grown according to the wishes of customers. The
subscriber has had a thorough praotleal
training Jn the buiinesa, and having a
permanent stake ln the country lt Ishls
interest to deal fairly with the pnblic. He
will wait upon the various towns and settlements shortly, and all orders will have
his personal attention.
anUto     I a HUTCHERSON.
0,
-j*-
HAV1NG TAKEN
Lnndbom's Bonding. Front St.
(Formerly occupied by Kyi. 4 Tllton),
IS NOW READY
to serve bis customers and everybody
with as good a stock as a man wants to
select from,
Dn   diodi,   Gmertet, -FmvIiImi*
Ci-M-Jury, Uauware, Bvets, Ae.
Borne and see the new place, and let us
know what you thick of It.
.dWOftKHo 0. McDOI-TOUUH.
"BLUE STORE"
WATCHES
k Dm Miorlaeit of American Silver WltehM, pat. dttBt-,iroo! caws.
flnt-clHi BwlM Watchei, Irom »
upward.
CLOCKS
i lMge uiortMcnt »f 8-cUj Strlk-
..    I»r ClOCkl, with cathedral gong;
solla' walnut cases; latest designs. ''
Alio. Seth Ihomw' Sickle Altrm
.   Clocks.
*W* NICE USSOBTHEHf Of -IEWEIRT.-W
nneiraMkBs»slrlniaBpe.lBlly. All
W«k WunsM.
isr Remember* the   place-the "Blue
StOrCbr' ;        I         ■ ■ ,
ilwauByl        oolumbia SU, New Wesl.
i      ESTABLISHED 1859.
I -BUTCHER,
Ne*.rl- (tpealte tke Colonial Hetel,
"TS-^i WESTMINSTER.
8      , —
THE LAROKST AKD  CHOICEST
UJ-Tta-n' of all descriptions ol
MEATS AND VESETABLES
mtantly on hand, and aupplled to Fam.
tiles, Restaurants, and StMmhoats at ths
lowkbt poasinut' PRICES.
FOR SALE.
THE LEASE, FIXTURES AND STOCK
of tbat well-known Variety Store
next the Holbrook House. Frontstreet,
doelSto
Farm for Sale!
4N IMPROVED  FARM   FOR SALE
cheap, and ou easy terms, with or
hout tne stock. ■_,   ■
M. NICHOLSON,
dwoo7tc Mount Lehman P. 0.
FOR   SALE.
ONE-HALF INTEREST IN the LANG
ley Saw and Planing Mill: mill lu
good order.  For particulars n\
premises to H. WEST,
Or, Messrs. DRAKE, JACKBON,
aplStc 4HELMCKEN, Victoria.
FOR   RENT.
FROM THE FIRST QF NOVEMBER-
an 8-roomed Honse oii Agnes Street;
Also—From tbo Firat of December—a
large Store, vrtth basement, on Columbia
Street; centrally situated.
Apply to	
if        HENRY V. EDMONDS,
doc23tc ".   LandAgent.
FOR   SALE.
THAT DELIGHTFUL RESIDENCE ON
Lot 7, situated on Provost itreet, between Mary and MoKensle streets, now
In the occupation of CaptGrant; contains
8 rooms with usual offices.
Valuable Cltj- Lots.
Farms near City.
Farms on Pitt Meadows.
Farms on Mud Bay.  :
80 aeres of Land at Whonoek Railway
Station. ,     .
74 aores of valuable Land 2 mites from
City on Hastings Road; 1800 cords of Cedar could be out.
Apply to
■ CAPT. PITTENDRIGH,
Je23to    Land Agent, New Westminster,
FOR^SALE.
1440 ACRES CHOICE
DELTA LANDS
3 MILES FROM LADNER'S
Landing, on the Trunk Wagon
Road; twootnerroadsronninntliiouili
lhe premises.   Apply to
E. A. WADHAMS,
dc22tc i, Ladner's Landinj&B.C.
Cream & Fancy Cakes
—GO TO—
A. DIEBEL'S
FRONT STBEET,  Opp.C.P. N. WlUHF.
*   . dseiBto	
WHEREAS I HAVE BEEN APPOIST-!
ed reeeWer of all the personal es*
tato, effucto and eredits, includlni-book
debts and all other ehoses In aotion due
or occmlnedue to William Isaacso* Port
Hammond, by virtue of an order In the
County Court of Vletorla, dated: the 21st
day of September, 188., all persons are
hereby warned from receiving, taking Into possession or holding any of the said
MtSfe, or from paying tc the uid William
Isaacs, his agents or servant., any mon*
Ies, w from disposing or In any dealing with said estate. ' . ,. j ...
It 1. also provided by the said order that
all persons indebted tothe said estate or
having In their possession anyefleeU of
the said est-ilo (other than what, haa been
legally disposed of), are to pay, deliver or
;aecoontforthe.ametome.
T. J. ARMgTRONO,
Deputy Sheriff.
NewVr-e.tmlnster,B.C ■'
0_t,-7th,lM. dwoo»l«
Lmtd, acglstfy Ordinance. 1870
An nui-TltaMuir lif lei II.. ts, Mock t,
part •mistrl-t I«t So. IM, I* Ike
ciU-UWacnvM.
■\I7HEREAS THE CEKTITOSATE OP
de-troyed. and npnllcalton ha. been made
fora^ptUoleJborwf!;,   ,,...•
Notice Hitbereforo. JMnlnr given that a
*rahOe**l»iMMT.IW**llrW ls*ned in
Ilea of lhat so lo** or slmmna) unless
causo te shewn to the contrary within
on. month from date.
H, W. ARMSTRONG,
...       DepiUyHeglslrar.
Land Regjstiy Office, _
II New Westminster. 87th Oct, 1186.
|Jj t {"   .•■■■■      doetfml 	
BOYS WANTED.
ipWO SMART BOYS WANTED AT
A ohce to sell the Dally Columbian.
Apyly at jTlil. Office. daullto
ErerrHan to Ms own Business
-A..   -PEELS.
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA  STREET
(OPP. OOtONIiL HoniM,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0.
PhyiltUns' PrMcrlpllom tnd fu>
Ily Reel-.** a Specta..-.
N   B. — Only Genuine Drop tued.
Over twenty year.' experience,    nun
Public Notice
Kit Mnte hi Libnij.
mHK UNDERSIGNED {THANKS TO
1 tho kind new. aud perminilon of the
Mayor and City Counoil} two weeks ago
re-opened tlie Public Library, and takes
tble opportunity to otter an Invitation to
resident* of New Westmlniter to pay htm
a visit. Papen and MagacuiM from all .
directions are received for patrons and
visitors, and more will be added In caie a
reasonable support Is obtained. The
term-inn. 50centsnmonth,fn a<ftY-f.w.as
papers, Ac, we paid for ln Advance, This
will amount to aboot 2 cents a day, or the
ci>Rt of one ctgat for seven days permission
to seo news from all over tu world, and
elegant book* which may he chanced
every 24 hours! There In no compnlsToil
about this, but those who believe ln mt»
ting In out of the rain aud who can enjoy
a decent flro will doubtless appreciate thia
Institution. Ladles and strangers are free,
so doubtless all the pr.rl.es who believe In
Blue Ribbon will tx-nyi forward atonoe.
and Join this attractive aflhlr, hoth for
their own credit and that of others. Oome
oue, como all, nnd you will he attended to
by one whb oan soap all classes, vie,;
Vours Respectfully,
HENRY W. HUOHEfl.
New West, Aug.20.lBW. dauiBtc NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
To the Eleetors D. McGillivray
Tenders ....H. Abbott
pailg §ritiah Columbian
Balarday Breillat, November S, 188*.
A Delightful Climate.
Perrons who havo arrived here
from the east daring the past few
weeks are greatly delighted with our
climate. In some of the eastern
provinces they have liad sleighing
since the middle of October, and
even Ontario has long ago experienced the chilling effects of the
early snowstorms. East of the
Rocky Mountains winter is presenting its icy hand, and people are
preparing for tbe long and gloomy
period when the face of nature will
be white and frigid. In British
Oolumbia, or in this part of it at
least, there has been no winter yet.
The fields are green, the flowers and
plants in the gardens still bloom and
grow, and the we.ther is mild and
delightful. There is no climate in
Canada that can be compared with
the climate of Britisli Oolumbia.
Wroni* ng Usual.
Referring to the late convention
the Guardian, which is very appropriately the organ of Mr. Ohisholm,
states that it represented only a
small majority of the electors. It
says: "The number of polling districts is U, of which 7 only weft
represented.* those represented by
the 32 delegates have 812 voters;
the 7 districts not represented at all
have 691 voters." This is altogether incorrect. As a matter of faot
there were 9 polling districts represented at the convention, and
5 unrepresented. Tho voting*»wer
of the represented districts is 1,151,
aud of the unrepresented 466. According to tho ligures given by our
cotemporary there are only 1,53,3
Dominion voters in the district,
whereas as a matter of fact there
are 1,617. It should be remarked
also that with one exception (the
result of an oversight) every polling
division was asked to send delegates,
and if some failed to do so the fault
does not lie with the convention or
those who called it.
Sunday Observance.
Councillor' Elliot gave notice at
last meeting of the city counoil that
he would introduce a by-law next
Monday to provide for the observance ofthe Sabbath. This is a
matter that desires the careful attention not only of the council and
citizens Of New Westminster, but
of every British Columbian. Large
numbers of people are arriving
from the cast, and many ot them
are seeking permanent homes among
us. In eastern Canada the Sabbath is. generally observed by the
closing of all business places and
the avoidance of unnecessary work.
In this country it is nothing unusual
to see shops open, bars open, and
men engaged in their regular business employments. These flagrant
breaohes of the laws of the land, as
well as the higher law, give all new
comers of the better class a very
unfavorable impression. People
who have been accustomed to communities where Sunday is observed
as a day of rest; especially those
who have young families whose best
interest they hold to be of more importance than temporary success,
view with considerable misgiving
the results of making their homes
among those who seem to regard no
principle that lies in the way of
present gains. , And yet these are
the very classes of people that are
most' desirable as permanent citizens. ' *Theji are safe, ' substantial,
and not apt to .become in any sense
a burden upon the country, but a
source of matorial strength and permanent revenue. Jt has, beep demonstrated by experiment, too, that a
man. who. carries, on his ordinary
business' on Sunday the same as on
other days, cannot accomplish as
muoh labor, either physical or mental, us the man who takes a seventh
part of his time for rest. A candle
burning at both ends may give more
light- than one that burns in tbe ordinary way, but its life will not be
half as long. Whether the physical, material or moral interests of
men aire considered, it is a mistake
to allow the claims of the Sabbath
to be disregarded. We are not in
favor of making the Sunday laws
unnecessarily stringent. It is perfectly truo that men cannot be made
good by act of parliament, and the
liberty of personal action ought always ito be preserved as far as it
possibly i can yithout endangering
the good of the commonwealth. But
tho .difference between liberty and
license must not be forgotten, or the
principle that individual liberty
cannot bo allowed to interfere witli
the general pttbljc good. A majority of the people are probably agreed
that the observance of the Sabbath
would be in the interest of the state,
and if individuals attempt, for selfish purposes, to destroy that principle, lh» liberties of suchindivid-
uolaraust be curtailed in the public
intetest. We hope Mr. Elliott may
male* his by-law sueh an instrument
as will fairly meet che oaae, guarding the interests of the oity without uaduly interfering with personal
libei>***i »nd **""" t,w <■*■••"*" '""J*
recelW'thi cordial support of the
civili-sMuti-fes ind the people,
TO THE ELECTORS OP
New Westminster Dlstrlet.
As Nominee 'Of the district
Convention, I have consented to offer
myself as a candidate to fill the vacancy
in the-House.of Commons caused by tbe
deathJOf Mr. Homer,    *-    .       .       I.
rtnoOtlewtc-Wtc      D. MoGlM-IVRAY.
TENDERS
WILL BE RECEIVED UP TO NOON
on WEDNESDAY the 10th INST.,
for the construction of a Wood Slic.1 and
OU Bene nt Nortii -Bend. Plans nnd
specifications enn be seen at tliis offlce.
If-fltl Hi-ABBOTT,
Oflli'l Supt.
Port Moody, Nov. 5, 1886. -   dnoBtd
-KTOTIO-E!.
NOTICE IS HEHEBY OIVEN THAT
we havo mads i application to the
Minister of the Intorior nt Ottnwa for license to cut timber on   the following
lands:
Sections 28 and 24, Township I (one).
*«        17,18 410,      "      TH (seven)
Souths 'Section 20, Township VII.
West j_      «     21,       ',       VH.
ROYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
(L'mlted).
wnolOnil John Hekbry, Manager.
THURSDAY.    THB   18TU  INSTANT,
having been set apart and appointed
by His Excellency tho Governor*-General
lnCounclI as a day of General Thanks-.
firing throughout the Dominion, the Pubic Oftlcen will be closed on that day.
' JNO. ROBSON.       ■   • ■
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Ofllce,
Victoria, BC, -ith Nov., 1888.      dno5td
F
BRICKS! BRICKS!
ior sale-a large QUANTITY.
Apply to
w. b. townsend,
-    AUSTIN. BRICE.
dnolml
D. B. PROPHET,
Contractor and
Builder*
Jobbinj-. of all kinds promptly nttended
to. Estimates furnished on the shortest
notice. Addressi-McKknkie St., next to
i-rlllBhed.
ON AND AFTER
Monday, 1st November,
Train, will arrive and leave New West-
'    il     minster os under:.
PACIFIC EXPRESS.
ATLANTIC EXPRESS,
Arrive HiUJI
leave l.UJ
These Trains will run  ln connection
witli Main Line Trains.
H. ABRO-PJi
-' Port. Moody, Oct. DO," 1886.
in'l Supl.
doc»7
GUNS, BIFLES,
•    AMMPNiTION,
Reloading Tools,
Fishing Tackle, &c.
SPECIAL   PRICK   FOR   LAR6E
QUANTITIES OF AMMUNITION.
We are .prepared to do all
kinds of Gun Work, and anything in the mechanical line.
All orders will be quickly and
satisfactorily attended to.
CORNER CHURCH A'tblVXIU BIS.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Tke New tun store. duoJto
'Is llio most virulent form of blorrrl-polsoo.
Inc. ..ess speedily frtfsil. l-iit not left ete
lalnly so, Is the vitiation of the blood of
which the first symptoms nre PlmplM,
Sties, llolls, and Cutaneous Erup*
tions. When tlie talntof Scrofula rl vss
ivuniiiij^of ils nrcHi-iicc by such Indications,
no time should ho lost In using Ann's
8AII8APAUI1.LA, the only perfect tnd nil*
nlili1 medicino1 for tho purification ol tb*
blood.
SCROFULA
Is a foul corruption hi thc blood tbat rot-
out all tho machinery of life. Nothing
will eradicate lt from tbe system and pre.
Vent Its transmission to offspring out
AVHn'S 8AR8AP1KI1.U.     TMi OT-ptta-
tlon fs ulso the only one that will oleuM
the blood of Mercurial poison and Um
iaint of Contagious Diseases. ImpoTer*
tshcd.btood Is productive of ■■'■
AN/EIKIIA,
A wretched condition Idcltcatedby Pallia
Skin, Flaccid Muscles, Bhattand
Nerves, und Melancholy. It* fint
-ynrijluiue nre Weakness. Lanfuor,
lios- of Nerve Font, and Mahial DoJ
lection. Its course, uuchecked, lead.
Inevitably to Insanity or il-rath. Womejl
frequently suffer from it. Tno onh tnedl-
I'lno that, wlillo purifying the brood, enriches It with now vitality" and InTlgOtatia
lhe wholo system, Is ,
Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
TR1P-JI1DBT
D '.J. C. Ayer A Co; Low«l_,M»S-_
IrTOTIOS.
THK  TrNDERRIONED INTENDS, AS
soon an a enttRblo oflloe pan be fitted
tWitln the City •fW-?wW-w»tnln*rte^ "r"
_up in iuh -viiy-ii i*i-*w wwminiwiiwif
able (IrnwInitH and speitlflcAtjoni of build-
Ibkh carefully pnipnreit nnd the execution
of the work liiperlntepded Jf required, at
Wj«wnob1e*nifM. *      __„L™
dpeWn JAMES KENNEDY.
British Columbia Milling and
Mining Company (limited).
¥,  ABWSSH^NT -IIO. 8.     ' %
XTOTiiE ^HERfflBY GIVEN, that an
rt AiieBsmentofONECENTperBharo
Eas been lewd upon the members of the
above Company, payable at the Company*!, ofllce (new Bank of British "Columbia building, Govornm entStrcet.V lctorla).
The stock on whioh the above assessment remains unpaid after the lut day of
November next, snail from and nfter that
date be deemed delinquent.
Dated 28th September. 1886.
By order of.the Itireoton. . /
W. MONTEITH,
dwooaml      , ■_-..  mtsmm-m      Secretary.
JSTO-RTII
0 01i*l_Puft_.2!T,Tr
Capital, $3,000,000;   losses
Ma, *48,eo»,oao
__5i_>*«-.»»mm_»»m»*i.-i.«i«»i»
Rates is Low al any other
.. Company doing Business
in British Columbia.
*** Risks promptly taken,' and Losses
satisfactorily adjusted. '-
T. *, PEAIVSON,
doe7te"      (B.fc_i.*P.Co.)AQENT.
GUARDIAN
Insurance Gom'y
OF LONDON, ENQ.   .
Total Funds, $18,000,000
]  iser-x^.B.x.-sr)
ESTABLISHED 1821
Risks Taken at Bates
as Irow as anyottier
Reliable Comp'y.
T. R. PEARSON,
doo7to       (BiC. Si 4 P.Otis) AGENT.
GENERAL
MJfllW 3Hr!   f
00MPLETEI8T00KI0F
i»« i; ***:* *   .
.   i= ■■': '     -. j?'**.     *♦;
BOTTOM! PRICES!
1   OD   0
,!('.•■' nno'
Hats
OR LESS.
*,   .(MO-IKATi .' •
If you want Bargains,
j   CALL EARLY
:- dw^lySlta
■^THAT'S*
WANT.
.25 -ofthe- $1.25
DISTHICT OF
JDST ISSUED BY
^OMifHOU^EI
'..'   '     *'     '   '■■     %     f      "''-  '•{' «f
HAS RECEIVED  A VERY FINE  STOCK  OF
MW  MERCHANDISE!
' .1      ,,*./.     • -tt-CONSISTINiG OF  i.!   ....     .  r
Milllhery, Dress Goods, Cottons, Sheet-
_.»■■;   , 8 irtgs, Tweeds, Flannels.
Ladies' and Children's Ulsters, Jackets
and Cloaks.
The Millinery il the fl-itst and largest Stock on tlie Mainland. No
need to' go to Victoria. ,•   'iu    '
r*>   DRESS GOODS in the new materials and shades for the season.
Wc call attention to the famous SEA SERGE, whioh we
have at yjirious prices—37Jc, 80o., 62J0. and 75o.j oannt* W'spoiled by
rain, and even though soaked in sea wator or boiled Jin soda, will still
retainthrORipiN[A£.jCQI|OR. j'.j
*,;   The aRNT'S^D^PARJMENT is well suppUed with TI68, Bra-
Ce8. ShlrtSi 80Ck8i AC,,an(*1' new and fashionable stock of
Men's Hats, Ac. ItT, _ja^L,,_, ■ _ A _'
^i|aiw<Ci -E8uft-_3S3, -
~t /•> v r --r ■KkM-Aoiirit'"
"fTjyT^t
Price, $1.25.
This Map has been produced at
great cost, and gives avast amount
of information, never before available respecting the most important
district in the Province,
The.new Map shows the latest
surveys, the latest roads, the line of
the 0,i P. R. and extensions.
BUY A COPY.
rUBWSHED BY
RAND
Real Estate, Insaranee and
-"manual Agents,
HEV. WESTMINSTER, VAHCOdVeB
AND VICTOBIA.
FOR SALE AT
T. R. Pearson tVtjtfs
NEW WESTMINSTER AND VANCOUVER.
,    apSttc
TENDERS   FOR
C. RR: STATION
mENDEItS ARE ASKED UP TO NOON
I S-rturday, 6th Nov.,
Vortlio .tMllonol aSlntlon at lhe Juno-
tion of tho New Westminstor Branch with
the main llne_,,....
Plans and .Specifications can he seon at
this ofll»*. i I .•' "J >' ':     s
'    -' Mr; ABBOTT,
Qon'l Supt.
Port Mooily, Oct. JOth, IM. dnolM
Union Restaurant
COLUMBIA STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
MEALS AT All HOURS
.. "  l.  (DAT OB NIOHT).
Oysters In any Style-
Board by the Day or Week.
Under the present inanni.emont everything will be found flrst-alass, and price-
are extremely low.
dnolms E, H. BARKER, Prop.
AUSTIN BRICE,
Carpenter & Builder
PUM Md iMclflcatltUiR Mr ill
kinds of Building) care-
lllll- Prepartd.
■JOBBINO IfEATLY ANDCABKFUL.
■LY EXECUTED,   r-i '■;>
' tj All orders Wt «t Octidont Hotel, or at,
tne shop of W. Johnson, ColumbU street,
swill recoiye,prompt attontion. Your.la-
vor soliciteil. jeOto
-KimmmmM
CITY SCAVENBER,
1' g NOW PREPARED TOJ REMOVE
NljjhtSoll, Dry Riibblsn.elo.
t All onlcrs promptly uxcouurit nt reHson-
ablo rates. 2. SMITH.
-Oil : III ■      -tooM. r.l   .■    . 1-
REMOVAL.
K Ton the corner ol Maokeml. nnd
Clarkson Rtrnla.na. block abovo Columbia SU, whero they art now prepared to
attend lo business.
doMIc
k T NOONTO-DAVIMONDAYInsmall
A Hat, black PUR-Uri irnntalnln. several
Ktlaii, The Under «ll jb. suitably nt
warded byleavlnj It at tkls Ollice,   dnlls
as*
ALEX: HAMILTON
J'SIJ-mE-|:i*TTlK„
AS SEVERED A_fcC CONNHOMON'
__ with John Mortimer, of Victoria,
»Qd undortakcK to furnish
Ail kinds of Morium-ental Work
■AT^RBJABONAyL-B-RA'A*. *
Also, hftea contracts' for Miwon Work;
ln all Its branobes..- . t.: .,..-, .,..
Agent for Heller's Hlni-ro *"onteri>le«*i
* prackolH. ■   -,(.«. .[v.,
' P. O. Bos 135, Now Wo»tm tri Bier.
' ddcUto .;/.:.-
■-r"iTotx*i<SEi;.",;%,
In tto Supreme court of British Columbia.   ,!
GET/. BIIOS., on behalf of Ihcinselves
and atl other tho Creditors of Louie
GoW*-Plain'ciff!*;   '1 ■ .    .) Ti }$
Atsp:.'',-'.    f \l M
EDWARpGpi.Dj LO^TBaOLRaMdlJW-
MA a"OIji)~i)RPBNDANTS.
T)Y ORDER OF THE HON. HENRY
tj P. Pcllew ("reuse, J., I um appointed
"■Receiver of the Rial Kstate now registered
In tho wunes of the Defendants or either
of theinrgi' iHojrjand Registry OtHtM af
New Vestiijlnsthr; nnd tbe DwoIHqi
Houso now occiiplcd by tho Defendnnr* oi
some or one of thom Nltuate at the Oity of
Now Westminstor and tlio personal pro-
ptrty oHhe-lMftntlant-4 or cither dr nny
of them now ln or upon tho said Dwelling
House and the Hotel and [-remises situate
atthe City of, Vnncouver known withe
Gold ftwkii :**-'-   :.(! '   • -t).'.;  -.. *ii-ii.
dwno3nU Receiver.
PEEBLES A HEMLEV
fi] ........
vftave recelve-i dlreci from Quotfed a
,     large consignment of .
SPRING  MATTRESSES,
IBB MOST DURABLE, ELASTIC, AND
CLEAN ARTICLE
Whieh is manufactured. Can M taken
apart and packed Ina small space, doolSm
PACIFIC
.     MMIUFACTURERS& IMP0RTER80F
Farm. Wagons,,'.;;,
Express Wagons,
Delivery Wagons,
X>z*''l %&&&*}
Top Buggies,    ;
Open Buggies,
Phaetons,
Butcher Carts,
AWB  EVERYTHING   IN   THE
VEHICLE LINE.
i Wo have a \af_o stock' of' hodt'of
the above articles on hand, also a large
stock of Wagon and Carriage Material,
Whds, Wood-CM HaM-wra. • V, .*■«
BefmWug, Vftlntfrig *<frli*i_ilig
-done at reasonable prices.
In all its Dmuches,"
; Estimates givon on Ironwork, and
Contracts taken. Agricultural Implements l|iail(r and repaired, and all klittls
of Ironwork for »»w Mills, Ldggtng
Camps .nd Farmers, kept lu stuck md
made to order. . . i ,   .   j
Itone-Shoelntr and General
IDS Jobbing.
We also keep in stock to supply the
trader Iron, Steel, Chains, CumBerland
Coal, Horn and Ox. Shoos, ,Harrows,
Iron and Strrcl Harrow Teeth. Carriage
Bprinuts and "Anita, and'a comnute stock
of Carriago HardwHrKJ-'-r-ljiil
Parties requiring anything in om line
will Dud hy inspecting our stock that
they .don't reouir. to go to Viotoria U.
get wkM'H»|'»'«n«,*«'' thoy can get k
superior'article at. a rcasditahlc prico
Wo arc also manufacturing and selling
theoelebrated r      ..■_ ■■.   ■»ii:iifn f*
vhior Ray BAH1.6 p'ribb,
At reduced prices. .It Is tho liest and
etioapest Press iu tho market.        ';'.'! '
■*>We have got the be*l workmen to be
had In tho coimlry, and we import nearly
all the stoek wo nse from the east^ooU.eJ.1
qiicnlly wo can offbr Inducements to pur-
eluisers that wc could not hiivodonesdme
Umoaah, All material and work leaving
Ihu nhim will' lie ruamiitecd lo lie Jdstas
roiirfrscntod. Orders froin .the country
promptly uttindedto,''    '•  '"■
dwoc-ml RIIOAOURRII,
,|pTRUMEHT_tL"AND-VCMli
MUfir;';'"	
J_*0 B.!W)AK>HA8'ARRIVED FROM
jfV. the East, and Is now prepared ta receive a II rail. J mi ruber of pupils. Instru-
mental,l6permonlh. Vocal, .Jo. a lesson,
strictly in advance. Apply from 9 to il
wo.,:!to*p.m. Corner ofColumblaand
Church Hts. oeUdlm
-fcTOTIOB.
The Shuswap tnd Okanigtn Ball-
„,., way Company.
TAKE NOTICK THAT A GENERAL
meeting or the subscribers to the
oapltal sljc-i.o*th..Ceinpaiiy wjll he hold
at-tho office of Messrs. Davie A Pooley,
Langley Street, Victoria, on Saturday
the 27th day of. November next, at 12
o'clock lioon.
- By Onler of the Provisional Dheoton of
the Company,
M. LUMBY,
Acting Secretary.
Dated 17th day of October, 18M. docJ»m
lew Furnitwe!
Re-Opening!
; mm
v. MftJ i
..fn,
i 'titit
Herclao
i'
I     .HAS OWNED A SHOP ON .    ,
M c *lp'»f;*$,I'B' ■',.'S'l|R!Et^?f|)|.
.■iJ   1    .!>■!• I'j'lill
First Door to the Right from Columbia
j Btreet, and will havo always on hand'
,,!    , , a Jul*.assortment of
Mmimm
•AND AT REASONABLE^PRIOES.
tc'''STT,'.;.j;.' Hist.:
A .PERFECT ,.FITi
auatar**fled,|AEv-)*t.tl4"*'i,.., I
OiMflttrDft
!.■ : [TH .■ lUKU.l'J ■
jjj- -
i
Colombian
i antr.K
ST1SAM
htfif. n-iit.fi
Columbia St.
n!  iwHoiilS.   nlfl'
woh rioh'.if.ti iu  n:,'ui/
,,*ioi..r-imia*j   id   rj.-.j
ill    ri'.liu'
lo v.;miu
;(>i
If WvMiMl^!:
ib
JOIIO.I
Irollu?
j.j'j'.i.
JOB, and
OOMMERCIAL
PRINTING
I ■ l'.l   ,11
is hus
■^a*—'
Eveiy Description
PKOMPTLY EXECUTED       '
FIRST-CLASS STYLE
ni 'CircqiaFS.;;'':-: •'•
'*"   ,   '-        ■:    ~~" :--•'* ,i<-,i.   n       Md    -1-"-''
f*j**fl—T    T T 3»"
Haaraalw rtpllal .'.;■„ •l,t4W,iiM
FuBf6BvWt Deposit
Ie ad Office, Torojjto, Canada
tsla
Thit,
relation  merits the
ie Public is repos-
confidence the
'■ig '" jt. fc°&,,&e Xol'owinE.
$Acts£Or\B. QtnPkf
i Tho Scourl.y offered to policy holder, ts
iiii.nt|.a.ud by .nrOenCaay doliftmil.
**J.ii In Canada,
It hasi noMb.ia.sof tnsuranos, hnt.th.
woll-estHbllshed lines, henoe the polioy
kolderaoannvt bo misled m to their contracts.
IU statement. l«|h»i*ubllooaB boned-
Ily understood, Its cash statement show-
lii« every Item'of InfOMe and kow.xp.n-
dej.
"«,
adetal,	
of Itablllly la Included,
lis WtmtTB
isltlon Isauertnlimd annually from
id yalllatloa In which every Hem
m^twmmmism^^
I It. policies ar. Indlsnutabl. after three
years, nnd non-forfeltable after two yean'
exlslenoa..."Ji i.rri'.-.;/-;"-     ;' ■. ,
Ils prallts are distributed upon eneqblt-
able oasis. The protlts to one elua of:
polioy, holders are. not, lessened to live
'•"•"'Irajfl'-»i;«Jjrjother class, srfioh
moliiodilirords superior advahtaiMWn
the Uniform bonus plan of distribution.
Mkeral CMUIewwi*e JtasMaM. mt
J. K. MaoDONALD,
,     , jsl.MtlMPIwelor.
T. R. PEARSON & CO.
AfHlts,Kit Westmlnstes     ...
. , J-7.tJB»<lUr*_«4». * ''
And all Sorts of Main
or Colored Work.
DR FACn-ITIBS FOU
0
COMMEMWLPIMHTINt
r  ■■       ■ ■     .    ,' ■    ' '   i      I,'-:'j'   *   '
Ar»f**b-yondtli_«iolanyotkerert»l> i
U-hment on the M-luUnd.aad nr erioe.
will eompan fav-nbly vrHk tkoM «l
viototta; ''•;•■'' ■
iiO
DoneonthftPremiBes,
W. k.v. a fliM-ei-a EUtIKO Uk-
CHUnt, ail are prt*iJ«ed to rtU afl
tMs.oflotmf if friejr..,.'.,',' ','"1..,:,.,.,,
A-TPUln Binding neatly dom        .•"
0.
.Jlit
Bill
J.ll THE DAILY COLUMBIAN
Biitish Columia Stationery and Printino Co.
At the Company's Steam Printing Establishment, Columbia BL
Delivered ln the City dally.. ,25c. per week
Mailed dally, one year $10.00
Hailed dally, six months  6.50
•jMJBB&MUiOig
Transient AdvcrtlMments.-Flrst insertion, 10 ots. per lino solid nonpareil; eaoh
subsequent conaecutlve insertion,2ots. per
line.  Advertisements not Inserted every
day, 10 ots. per line each Insertion.
Standing AdveHlsemejiti.-Regular
ft per month: 2 Ins. S3; U col. t-Cw; Kcol.
Jtfli; 1 col. tie. If Inserted for less than 8
mos. 10 per cent, will be added.
Special Notices among reading matter,
30 eta. per line each Insertion. Specials
calling attention to advertisements, Wets.
perllne.
Births, Marriages and Deaths, tl for each
Insertion: Funeral Notices In connection
wlthdeathe,MiM'«ifohlnttrtl*-ffi  "     '
Auction Sales, whon displayed, eluirged
-5 per cent, less than transient advts, If
solid, charged at regular transient rates.
Commons Election.—We aro author-
■ iae-l to state that Mr. Donald Chieholm
it In the field as a candidate for the
seat in the House of Commons rendered vacant by tho death of bur
late lamented representative, Mr. Homer.' "' dwoc26tc
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
Issued every SaMrday Horning.
Delivered In the City, per year...... ..*"_»
Mailed, per year i,.i.i.£f*«.>'.w.'.»..'..' JJW0
Mailed, 8 monUis... ...j.,.............',..,! M5
WIHLV ADVUTIIMO UTEI.
lion, 10(
toques.
HU.dlaa Advertlsemenls.-For 1 Inch,
11.50 per month: 21ns. $2 perm.; 31ns. 82.90
jerm.; 1 eol. .12.75 perm. If Insert'*
ess tban 8 mos. 10 por cent, will
x> these rates. ',]'.- ...
Bpecial notices among reading r
ots. per line eaoh Insertion.
CaU moat he all metal.and for lergecuts
in eitra rate will b&sflM*-Q,<lKf udvt,
nserted ln either IsiaSW^WiM ,1.
h Cotambiitn
SaMrdar Evening, November a, law.
into the oity last night.
New styles in Mantle Cloths for
winter wear no.w opening at Jas. Ellard & Co's.   -"^^'itel&tc
A fine assortment of Carpets and
Carpet Squares just arrived at Jas.
Ellard.SiTO'».  -2VOl    dool8to
I  Jsi	
For Sale—Hotel doing a good paying
illness; cheap.     Apply  at Woods,
rnrner ft Gamble. -        jyMto
The latest styles in Men's hard and
!?.*' ^l]L^fe*W*.,^d*f™e?1!an
Kes, at Ellard A Co's. docl8tc
John Smith nnd Moody, an indiata.:
were fined in the polioe court this
norning for being drirak'.   n!   -viMli
Tenders are invited for the ereotion
if a woodshed arid ■ oil house for the
3.P.R. at North Bend.   See adv.
The telegraph, wires went down
outh of the boundary this afternoon,
ind left us without any afternoon
leapatohes.' -•<■'   JT'""" ■*'"-'    '
There were not many passengers on
he inc^g;twill.hWrJha'bTOjith
o-day, tlm .being no .thnjugh traiii
romtheeMt.
Thursday tlie 18th inst. is proelaim-
public holiday, having been set
On Pleasube Bknt.—Several young
gentlemen of the city met last evening
and decided to organize a quadrille
club. A committeo was appointed to
draw up rules-and regulations and
theso will be submitted for approval
at a mooting to be held next Monday
ovening.. .Shortly after itr is intimated
that we. may expect to hear of preparations for a grand ball as the club intends to start in that way.
We Oahiboo BiiWAV.-s-Mr. Mo-
Kvoy who recently arrived from the interior, came out from Cariboo through
the Bonaparte ValUy, the proposed route
ofthe projected Cariboo railway. Here.
ports the *vall_y as offering an easy,
practicable route,, quite different from'
any other section of country where railway construction has taken plaoe \ In the
province. He saya no difficulty a. to the
route will' stand in the way of a railroad
so soon as' the Cariboo quartz mines are
ready to give.it plenty to do.
'"''.,.," ,  . *> . i'   j'..' j
Seixori.Suicide,—A bottle wss
pioked up by Mr. J. A. Peine off
Saturna island containing a paper on
whioh wds;#ritt«ii, In pencil, the fol-
"- ' Moody Sept.
it nay ooueernj
.ot. England, am
tired of life, and drown myself, this
day. May God pardon me for this
rash aet, and comfort "iny dear old
mother in her old age. Goodbye to
earth an^-alL. Jaues, Ijk>t.''-'*'.'.>
i "* f> »
Personal.
We regret exceedingly ta learn that
Mr. J. C. Hughes, who. has beon ill
for some weeks, is apparently growing
worse, and his case has greatly alarmed
his friends.
Mr. W. C. Vsn Horne, vice president and general manager of the Canadian Pacifio Railway company, left
Montreal a few dayB ago on a tour of
inspection along the line to the Paoifio coast. ..
Do not delay in getting relief for the
little folks.   Mother Graves' Worm Ex
terminator is a pleasant and sure cure
** rou love your child why do you let lt
'er when'a remedy is so near at hand?.
.; 31ns. $2.90 wnion was written, in pen
In-erWtor.lMing words; "Port M
'." \VOW 1st, If-MUrM- whom it JU.
ing matter,   I, James latbt, native of. 1
MiyoBTsn's Mission.—A despatch
_ from Ottawa dated the 27th Ootober
Ten ear loadsof er_iKtJ^lf,iWl<'&' $$_% F^ ^totf, B-°-
*,, in.. «j«l..        * arrived hoi
d
^■ui-_^mM.
ut the Doi
Patent* should, see Ogle, Campbell
Co.'s new stook of boys' and youths'
lothingand underwear before pur-
hasing alsewhsn. no6-lw
President    of    American    bank:
Before deciding on the plan of four
iw house look over the latest architec*
ural designs at Mr. Hill's office, McKen-
•e^Umbtoeec^^lhnr**
t Oo. nave just received a direct im-
frrt*__M-j -SlWjJjKtt!!**^.
isorttnant ever brought to the city.
•tu ,ii .u'twMfr'-* ""■'" "'   j
In addition to our new stock of spring
oorls we have opened an invoice ol
liagonals, Weat of England Broadcloths
nd French Caasimeres. \VaUrh the
lodel Tailor. HlHi-SE* Waish, Manger. ap21to
at^'e^&i'AHree"'
pposite the publio sohool grounds.
fow,r*l«t:so--__.t_f,™tif otksr oiwcspi-
alists follow with a few doseA houses
ntU the demand has b6eri rtet!^" " '
Avoid the harsh, irritating, griping
oompounds so often sold as purging medi-
>|nes, and cornet the. irragularitissof
the bowels by the use of Ayer's Cathar-
tle PiUiarhiclhWMaUd wdnntlp, yet
Ihoroi
By a proclamation published in tho
British Columbia Goatfe the gaol in
the bailiwick of Oassisr is pronounced
insecure and the gaols of yietoriiijnd.
New Westminster aW nam'eFfor thi
incarceration of prisoners arrested in
OmiM.'W''Mil i»MM
As a purifier, Ayer's Banaparilla acts
dlreotlyand promptly. A .Ingle bottle
will prove Its merits. Many thousands
ll pKnUWIfmrt-lk-woii rrtm'dhnger.
fevers by the exercise of a. little
mryt^krimW^W -Mfc-, the manager of the 'Toronto
Jem by the use of this remedy. nu. 'liim-.».:   Ji __.51— i..J
by the use of this remedy,
Mr,-O.;ji0,'-CartMi,'''')f Langley,
■rought to this office to-day a golden
U"«e^»*)pK_-liM.miissuwdl2u*olil>s
nd weighs 13 ounces. Mr. Carter
ays he had n gloria mundi which
eighed 32 ounces and another weigh-
ng 28. An apple grown iri the garden
if the Bishop of New Westmimter at
his oity waigh*iii-».i ounce*.. The
«cord still goes up.
It appears that the
.net at New Westminsti
r Very orude manner, the victim boing
trended,—rir—TimiK&r Wo supposo
he Times obtained its information
->f the elocution.   Ah Suet was not
"or thuKateihSwe have the
ty of tho t**nor of the .hnartd ....
cting police magistrate, both of whom
rere present.
arrived here this morning. He inter,
viewed Mr. Thompson, minister of justice, yesterday, in regard to the
hanging* of Sproule. Mr. Fell told
Mr, .Thompson ihat if he did
order .the prisoner's hanging, he would
have to take the responsibility. "That
I will do," said Mr. Thompson. This
morning the' minister received from
Victoria a petition signed by over 100
people praying thtt Sproule be reprieved.
"*       •  1 • l\ I "    *"'■' ""J    ''■'■•
SUITINO   ;IB«   WoXD   TO   THE' Ac
tion.—A New York'Sunday school
.  told her pupils thst when
tescher
they put?their pednies into the contribution box she wanted each one te
repeat,* bible vena suitable for Ihe.
occasion. The Irst boy dropped in
his cent, saying: " The Lord loveth a
cheerful giver." .The next hoy
dropped his penny into the box, saying: "He that giveth to tlie poor
lendethto the Lord." The third and
youngest dropped in his penny, say.
ing: "A fool and Us money are
soon pa-ted."
A Colony of Aoaoians.—It' is under;
stood tbat Mr. J. Hendry, manager of
the Royal City Planhg Mills, New
Westmiw-sr, was successful during his
recent trip east in inducing a colony of
Frenchmen to come out to the province.
A number of the industrious and frugal
Acadiaas i of Qlouocsteir,. fwunty, New
Brunswick,' will rmch ti. mainland early
in the spring, and will find employment
■■jheKoyalCity.   They, will make good
.sens and will be a- valuable addition
._ourpopula*'o».-Ci)foa^l. We have
enquired at the Royal City Planing Mills,
but were not able to obtain any confirmation of the above item.
PROCtE.—tt seems probable that
Sproule. who was executed for murder at Victoria ott Friday,* waa innocent. Possibly they ,j*»;-0 one «•
Weme In the English possessions
thsrei we certM'oly go to ther other.
That i^-if'tiey sometimes execute In*
lit#s 'too rigorously, unasMom do wit
execute then'rigoroMly (ftdugh, This
is illuittated by the difference in tils
case of Sproule at Victoria tnd that of
Saunders.at Albany. Spicule was
bulged in spite of .double of his guilt,
Iind he protested his innocence to the
last; while Saunders, confessedly
guilty, hat'to far defeated all attempts to hang him.—Oregonian. ■■.■y
-.'■' .  ■''.'» t    .     i     ....
KaumMjotb School—Tha following
is the report of the Kamloops publio
sohool for the month of October, 1880:
E. Stuart Wood, teacher.   Senior 3rd
', Jessie Woodj 1, Minnie Wood;
laud Clarke. Junibu 3nl—1, Ut-
Edmunds; 2, Prtnott Wood; 3,
Emily Boner.. Second olass—1, Hilda
Wood; 2, Lily, Wood; 3, Edith Wood.
Part 2—1, Bonnie Edwards; 2, Willie
• Wood; 3, Jennie Wood. First class—
1, Artie Edwards; 2, Tlios. Spellman;
3, Ernett Dodd. Average daily attendance for the month, 20.00. The
follpT
jjgr
Wood,__   ....
andXeonatd Dodd.
Bra Dial ih Hihes—Mr.  James
0. -UlUaUu Otsjvlll.j; 111;, wysi "I
I must say I dbVer sold a
Pr bottle,
cine In
srtal satisfi
ith a billy
oeffirtn
ighly in  ttyj
ireatened
say
life that gave such unl.
*"   Tn  my own
it thor-
 _A_
Inter, lt never, failed to relieve almost
fnmtdijteljtl   ^nlBtfiw-W
Hido and; WooliCo., of' Winnipeg, has
justnluned fiom atrip te British
ColuoTbla, when he purchased abcut
3,000 hides from the firm, of pull,
Trounce ft) ■Coi.-oJ ..Rsrsjwps. Thisr
will be the first shipment of hides
from thst province to esstern Canada.
Formerly the B. 0. hides word sent
into the Ssn Franoisco markets.   This
mmiffl&mmJSX
.Canada. Mr. Hamilton alio
ght several-Carloads of wool in and
and Around Calgary, and both hides
and -.ooFhMbeen shipped to John
Hallam at TotMtq^l^r, jjtfsraW.
A Good Papeil—We ore receiving
from all quarters expressions of satis-
fMtliKlVat; the WsIkiy COLtrMniAH.
Subscribers are > gnsily pleased with
it, and do not hesitate to say so.
A Corn..national Quesliou.
Reform papers ism been contending all along tliat an important change
having been made in the adoption of
the franchise act it was the duty of the
government to go to the people without calling parliament together for
another and the last session. In a recent speech Mr. Blake put the matter
in such a concise form that we reproduce his words. He said : "The term
of parliament is but five years, and
under ordinary circumstances it is not
expedient that the country should be
plunged more frequently than at these
intervals into the turmoil of a general
election. But! it is expedient when
the parliament has condemned itself
as being the product of a constituency
altogether too narrow, when it has
enormously increased that constituency, that, being self-condemned, it
should be also speedily executed and a
'new parliament elected by the broader
constituency wliich has been established as the true exponent of the views
of the people.1'
 =—..■» .	
Our Woolen Hill.
the nuNiNnr on mi w*r to tm city.
We sire happy tobe thit to announce that the effort to start a woolen ' mill in this city is about lo be
crowned with success. The plant has
already been ordered from Lowell,
bass,, and is on the way to the city,
and to-day Mr. J. N. Draper, secretary of the company, mailed a check
inpayment for it The machinery is
expected to arrive within a week or
two, when it will be put up and prepared for operating immediately. Thus
one enterprise after another gradually
approaches completion, and one industry after another slowly but nevertheless surely gathers itself about the
Royal city, thus demonstrating that
out excellent natural position and
advantages are being appreciated. Of
tlie enterprises that have been started
in New Westminster none, probably,
have a greater significance than* the
woolen mill, which, although not t
great thing in. itself, will we believe
prove to be the nucleus of a great industry in this city, whioh by nature is.
destined to become the chief manufacturing centre of British Columbia.
1    j     •     ■
What Toronto's well-known Good Samaritan aaysi • "I have been troubled
with Dyspepsia and Liver complaint for
over 20 years, and I have tried many remedies, but never found an article, that
has done as much good as Northrop &
Lyman's Vegetable Discovery and dyspeptic Cure.' Clara E. Poxteb.
''      I . .. .*,.* *	
(Iny Fawkes' Annlversar/.
..'Thetwo hundred tnd eighty-first
anniversary of the discovery of tht
Gunpowder Plot wu commemorated
fey the Orangemen of thit city and
'their friends last. evening with a ball
in the Orange hall. A large number
were present and a very enjoyable
tlmt wu tpent, the festivities being
kept up till early thit morning. Although it is perhaps u well to forget in
these enlightened tnd liberal days
those deeds which were prompted by
intolerance and religious bigotry, it
riiay be.intaresting tu recall a. .few of
the partloolaw connected with the
event which wu commemorated by in
many yssterdty. " Gunpowder Plot"
it so tilled from sn attempt to spring
a mint under the houses of parliament
and destroy the three estates of ths
realm, king, lords and commons,
therein assembled. It was projected
early in 1604, tnd for eighteen months
the preparations went on. Although
■iny were in the secret, no breath of
Itr got abroad. A ctlltr - beneath the
house of lords had been hired, and
30 barrels of gunpowder were" pieced
thtre. Colli tnd sticks were strewed
over these, and the doors were then
thrown boldly open, but still no detection. , Only a day or two befon the
time appointed "foe tht meeting of
ptrliltntnt tn anonymous letter wu
sent to Lord Mqnusgle wirning him
nol to tttend the opening. The letter
contained) the following . words:
" Though there be no appearance of
—OK—
Hew Westminster District.
GENTLEMEN.—As a successor to your
    '      'will
lato representative ln tho Commons'
soon have to be elected, 1. hereby
nounce myself a. candidate for ther
tion,
posl-
I purpose publishing an address'In
which I will give my views on the most
Important iiuestlon. 6U*ectliiK your Interests, nnd will vl.lt tbe different settlements and address the eleotors before
election day.
In Politics, lam anttuHIl be thoroughly INDEPENDENT.
Yours respeotfully,
dwortKitc T. J. TKAPP.
. If
those who lake ali' interest In  the
ff^Vtliiie^'^ P""ti"«l Jt»m to
their got* tffctim"'hiy may do so by
recommending it to persons with
. ifhom they come in contact. To alt
new subscribers who pay 12 for 1880
the IfWMy will Vt sent fdr the balance
of thit year ire*; ii h.; 92 will pay
from tht present time to the 31st De-
(•Mnbsr, 1887. ..Any person getting up
I Hub of 8 now subscriber! and sending |I0 will be entitled to receive an
extra copy free. In all cases no chargs
it   will WYh.de forth* balance of this
•nlcW-     ,* (,..„_ .,', .,l°.
sny stir, yet I ny they thall receive t
terrible blow this parliament, and yet
they ahall riot tee who hurls them."
The communication being Uid before
the council, King James was the 'first
to guess thst, gunpowder wu meant,
and the vsults nnder the house of
lords being eearohed, Ouy Fawkes wu
detected prspsrim* th. train for being
fired next dey. Calesby snd Peroy.pf
the family of Northumberland, were
killed at Holbeaeh house, whither
they had fled, and Ouy Fawkes, 6\i
Everard Digby, Ronkwood, Winter
and others were executed the following January. Henry Garnet, a Jesuit, also suffered death, ss' in aooom-
{ilice. As a result of this plot pens!
awa of the tevereit kind were Inflicted on all Catholics, although ilhu
never been shown that any outside of
a ring of political cunspiratnra ever
acquiesced In this, the foutust uf plots
recorded in history. Some uf these
laws remained in force till a few years
.top, when they wire wisely struok off
the British statutes.
Faces as yellow u that of the "Heat-
ben Chinese," in consequence of bile in
the blood, grow fair and wholesome-looking again when Northrop t Lyman's Ve-
getablo Discovery and grout blood purifier
i used to relax cdnitiped bowels and
expel the bullous poison from the ciroula
tion. Rhematlc. and blood impurities
are also driven out by it, digestion' restored, and the system benefled in every
,way its use
Supreme court-
In the cue of Clarke and Matthews
vs. the Chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works, Mr. Justice, Gray gave tlie
following judgment the other day at
Victoria:'
.. This,is an application on. behalf, of
the plaintiffs to the court for a man
damns; to the chief commissioner of
lands and works commanding him to
issue crown grants to the plaintiffs of
certain lands in the district of New
Westminster claimed by them under
thi land acta. Before going into Uie
merits of the cue a preliminrry objection is taken by Mr. Irving, deputy
attorney-general, on behalf qf the
crown, that the plaintiffs havo mistaken their remedy, that a mandamus
will not lie in a cue like the present,
but the remedy must be by petition of
right. There is a marked distinction
between departmental acts, to be performed bythe minister of the crown
in discharge of the duties pertaining to
Ids office and proceedings in which ho
simply acts in a representative capacity. In the first a mandamus wiU lie
because the queen is simply commanding him to.do his own duty as denned
by law. In the latter the aft he does'
IS not his own act., but a vicarious act
—the act of the sovereign. Practically,
the result may be tho same, but constitutionally the proceeding ia entirely
different. The present case illustrates
the distinction under the consti.ution.
All ungrarited lands are vested in the
crown, held it is true for the uso of the
pnblic; but theoretically under the
constitution disposed of by the crown
t&tjraHa. The grant ia made in the
queen's name, tlie fee is held from the
queen, and can only be divested out of
the queen by her own'act A minister
of the orown, be he commissioner of
crown lands or filling any other office,
cannot- do it in his own name; what
he doee to divest the fee is regarded and supposed to be the personal
act of the queen. By her assent
constitutionally given to the land acts,
.it is evicted that, under certain terms
and on certain conditions, grants of
land from the orown may issue, and it
is the duty of; tbe commissioner of
orown lands to see that 'those terms1
and conditions are complied with, and
when they have been complied with,
then the crown will mike the grant,
not the commissioner or any other
minister., The fee will pass from the
crown, not from the commissioner or
minister. A mandatnu*, as already
stated, is simply an order from the
orown to a subordinate officer to do
something the law states tobehisduty
An order therefore from the crown to
the crown to.do something would
simply be an anomaly, and under our
constitution cannot be. The local government itself, whatever may be its
?.wor, acta in the name of the queen,
he lauds though under the control of
the local government aro held by the
government in the name of the queen;
the fee is not vested in tho local government. 'The distinction between the
mandamtu and the petition of right,
so for u the subject is concerned, is
one of form, but of constitutional form
which ' %-f .court oonnot depart from
withoi_ij,p<(sitiv» legulatjon permitting
it Ttt, tubject who olaims that he
has complied with Uie law and therefore becomes entitled to a grant of
land is not without his remedy. Under the constitution that remedy is
by petition of 'fight He sets'fbrth
his case. The commissioner of lands
or other minister whose duty it is gives
his answer; the case is heard, deter-'
mined by the court and the law carried out, Tho law and practice are
both well known iii this province, and
the distinction between the departmental duties and vicarious duties of
tho minister shown in tiie cues determined in this province, namely:
In tho matter of Eli,Harrison, jr.,
under the land ordinanbe, 1870, July
15th, 1W0* Vowell vt. the Queen, 0th
August? 1878; Pecktl pi vs. tho Queen,
17th March, 1881; DeCosmos vs. the
Queen, 2 B.C. Reports, 20. Until
overruled these cues must govern.
The application for n mandamuj must
there|Se.l»J_«fos9d. "Thecrown uks
for no costs.
An Efficient Remedy
In all cues of Bronchial snd Palms.
nary Affections U Auto's tfa-n
Pectoral. As inch It is recognised
prescribed by the medical profcislon,
In msny thoussnds of fsmllles, for _
East forty years, It hu bceuregarded u an
■valuable household remedy. It Is a
preparation that only requires to be taken
in very small quantities, and * few doses
oiltadir'-'-'—''- *' - ------ *        -
ministered in the early stages of t,
...» „r cough will effect a speedy cure,
and may, vory possibly, save lite. There
,     -,..ery possibly, save I
Is no doubt whatever thst "*-*
Ayer's Cherry Pecteral
Has preserved the lives of great numben
of persons, by arresting tbe development of
Laryngitis, Bronchitis, Pneumonia.
1 Pulmor—-* "-*' **-.- """^ * ~
and
ilmonary Consumption, and by
the cure of thoso dararerous maladies, ft
should be kept ready for use In every
family when there are children, u It Is a
medicine far superior to all others In the'
trettment of: <&6**p, theillevljtlon ot
Whooping Cougb.andthecure of Coldi
ana Influenza, ailments peculiarly incidents to childhood and youth. Prompt!.
tilde in dealing with all diseases of this
class Is of tho utmost Importance. Tht
.»,?f * tingle dsy may, In many esses,
entail fetal consequences. Oo not waste
precious time In experimenting with
medicines of doubtful efflcscy, while the
malady is constantly gaining a deeper
hold, but tako at once the speediest and
most certain to cure,
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
PREPARED BY
Dr. J* Ct. Ayer & "Co., Lowell,
SoldbyallDruggluta.
The Confederation Life,  '
The annnal report of this solidly pro*
perous Canadian institution wiU be found
in another column. The facta revealed
in tiie accounts and the Director*' report
thoroughly justify the ocomiums whioh
the shareholders present bestowed npon
tbe management. Thanks 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 the very small ratio of between 17 and ,18 per cent.. Apointat-
testing the soundness of the finances of
the Company is the fact that the interest
income is sufficient to pay the death
claims—whioh in a company of the age of
the Confederation Life is something to be
proud of. ..The assets bnd liabilities are
set forth in minute detail, and the tables
show that, after making allowance for all
possible contingencies ind providing for
every debt, there is a surplus of $282,199
over liabilities and capital combined.
The increase in the assets in the last year
waB 8260,390, So much for what can be
done by rigid adherence to what the
President defined as the truo 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 Globe. T. R. Pearson & Co.
are agents for this company in British
Columbia. ml9tc
White Bronze Monuments. —White
Bronze is a comparatively new substance,
and haa come, into large me, rapidly, for
special purposes in this country. It has
been found to bo so well adapted for statuary and monuments, that companies
have .been for some time established at
Bridgeport, Conn., Detroit, Mich., Des
Moines, Iowa, and St. Thomas, Canada,
who are making monuments of all kinds
and styles. From experiments made by
these companies, it has been found that
the material will stand exposure for an
indefinite period—it is practically indestructible. White Bronze being non-
corrosive aad" unchangeable, tt is stated
to be equal to gold, silver or platinum,
and superior tb copper or antique bronze,
which throws off a verdigris. The monuments are cast from refined zinc, and are
given their sparkling appearance by the
sand blast, sand being blown against the
work under a high pressure of steam,
which outs the surface, hut doss not adhere to it. A thin film of oxide whieh
forms on this bronze Is indistructible by
P. Drysdale & Co.
ARE NOW   SHOWING ,A
Very Extensive Stock
,_,i . —OF—
NEW DRESS GOODS
In all the Leading Materials and most desirable Shades, with
NEW TRIMMINGS TO MATCH
INCLUDING
Plushes. Rosary Trimmings, Metal Buttons,
Chenille, Etc., Etc.
ttW Our Goods were all purchased before the recent advance,
consequently pur prices Jiave not advanced and will be found, as
usnal, the vtty lowest.:.
New Gof-dSiTpow open in all Departments.
D. DRYSDALE & CO.,
dwoc6tC'  ,• 73 Columbia Street, N. W.
JUST ARRIVED
-AT-
the elements; tt'cannot be dissolved by
water, and air cannot penetrate it, although the film is so thin as to be im
measurable. No corrosion, it is affirmed,
can take place.—Boston Journal qf Commerce, Chas. J. Robson, New Westminster, is agent for the White Bronse
Monuments in British (Columbia. Much
cheaper and more durable than any
other.) t- i myfitc
QT. PAUL'S CHURCH. Services ev-
O ery Sunday ot 11 a. m. and 7 p. h. In
the Church, St. Johtt;Btr*et, below Royal-
avenue. Seats free, all are cordially Invited.  Sunday, School at 2,80 P. M. . -,
-as-ETHODIST   CHURCH,   Mary St,
JlVI Rev. C. Wauon, Pastor. Services at
11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday School and
Bible Olass 2:30 p. m, Prayer Meeting oa
Thursdays at 8 p. m. Seats free; strangers
cordially lhvltod, Je7-to.  ]
BAPTIST CHURCH, Rev. Robt. Len-
nle pastor; meets In the Court House.
Services at 11 A. m. and 7 P. m. Sabbath
School and Bible Glass at 2,80 p.m. Prayer Meeting; Thursday evening at 8 o'olock.
... ........ ____.. B^.   ,      apigte
Strangers cordially lnvitei
UNION LODOB Xm, 9, A, V,
A. k\, M.-The regular Co»-
munlcatlons of this Lodge are
held.on the first Monday In eaoh
month. Sojourning brethren are cordia\*
"   "   ------- D. WEL80N,
A
JAMES ELLARD <fe CO.'S
,     A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
NEW DRESS GOODS,
Trirrimirigs, Blaek and Colored
:■■:    Silks, &e.
WOOLEN HOODS, TUQUES, CLOUDS, SQUARES, AG.
Millinery fc Mantles.
T flNHOW HniTCl?    *""*■• m "-no- lsr>, Cor. Columbia and Mary
At SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
Fancy & Staple Dry Goods!
ly Invited to attend
I.2JMO
BecreLry.
J. H. lul, Wat Huffon), V. Q„
writ*.! "I hive bsen troaUid wh trim
complaint (or stvenl yean, and have
tried different meillcin.s with little or bo
benefit, until I tried Dr. Thomes' Eelec-
trio Oil, whieh gave me Immediate relief, and I would say that I have need It
since with the best effect. No ono ahoulil
bo without it. I bave 'Med It on my
liorae In cases of cuts, wounds, to., wiil
1 think it equally as good lor horse as
for man,"
Per sir. Dunsmuir, Irom Nanaimo, Nov.
.-J Calllihata, J Mutphy, OMealllou,
lliatlsey,   Spense,   Koulston,   Hnmley,
a-jj	
Onadsey,
Coiik,
rer sir. Ailclnlrle from nolnts up river,
Me.wton, Ifn Fergueon, Mr
—   .-.mv, Mrs Street, Dr Armour,
Henderson, McTiernan, W Fraser, Carter.
S'ov. (.-Mrs
nil "     -
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Bool,    per 100 lbs...
Pork    *  «
.Mutton     .»   ■    ,.
Hfdes(gr'n)"     .. ,.
Potatoes     "
Turnips i    11 _
Cllrruts       •■ ..
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Beels "
Cubbnge     r, .      jr.
Onions       "
Apple.       "
Pearsl .   ,.,".
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Hay,       per ton ...
Butter (ron.) per lb „ o JB
Cheese,   •':'■'* ,. ...........0 12
'Bn*,      perdrw.  ..»...._.....«.' 0 28
Seese,      each     , 160
uek.        " 0 85
Chickens, per pair. 0 80'
Cordwdo^retoiiip'rcofl'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 800
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There ara a nember of varieties bf
corns. Holloway's Com Cure will remove any of them. Call on your druggist
and get» hottl. kt onoe.
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And bearing thb Highest Testimonials from all who use them.
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New Westminster. B. C.
and GROCERS
in
KELLY   BROS.
WHO HAVK FOR tfAXY YEARS SUPPLIED THB WKBT KND WITH
excellent Bread and superior Groceries have just- purchased Mr. WUUt'l
lease of the Bakery, lately owned by F. Kimble, on Columbia Stmt, and -will keop
the two .houses open for. the accommodation of the public. They engage to supply
Goods of the very best description and at the lowest possible price.
JV<Gooda delivered to all parts of the City free of charge.
deett*
The Cheapest and Beat Machine in the Market.
Call and examine them before -going
elsewhere, at
Chas. J. Robson's
tbuJt Store,
Opposite Colonial Hotel. J dnoJKo
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Stationery & Printing Company, Ld.
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New Westminster   Vanoouv*-4 Victoria. gaUg JriJish Colttinbian
Saturdayjtrtnlin, XovflK-r «■ 18m.
LAST NIGHT'S DESPATCHES.
Special to tlie Columbian.
Pesth, Nov. 5.—Tho members of
the ministry disavow President Smol-
kn's speeeji in the Austrian delegation
yesterday Jt. ia vuportod tliat in con-
sequei-M,of itlie speeoh of Sraolka tho
emperor' coiwidordd it necessary to redraft his address which is to be delivered to-morrow to Count Kalnoky,
Austi'o-Hungariim foreign minister.
In answer to inquiries from Austrian
delegates he stated tot he.disapproved
of Smolka'sspeech. J-.J"     '.-J
Sak Fbancisuo, Nov. 5. — Tho
American bark Sierra Nevada, 48 clays
out from Seattle for this port, hasheen
given up for lost. It is believed she
foundered during a heavy stoVm on
Sept. 21st. She liad on board 12 men
including,jCapt. F. H. DeLaHoche.
Her owner Leon Blum, of this.city,
estimates his loss at $12,000. Insurance, 80000.
New lasts, Nov. 5.—The Canadinn
Pacific officials are reportod assaying
tliat their road,.{jil.,lie running into
Boston before May, 1887. The road
will use' the bridge now building Over
the Lachrne "rapids and enter Boston
via the Boston A Lowell rood. The
cars are now being built and other
equipments liavo been provided for.   ,
RicHMomrJi.jiil'ov. 6.—-8 •Ugh'
shocks of earthquake were felt here at
11:30 a. in. The vibrations were felt
in the upper portions of houses. No
damage reported.
San Fbancjisco, Nov. 5.—Early this
morning as the two clerks of the 6th
precinct, 48th district, were carrying
the tails list and ballots to the registrar's office thoy wore attacked by 2
men. In the scuffle which ensued the
ballott-twciii taken but the tally list
was preserved. Later this morning
officers arrested one man on suspicion
and other arrests ar expected, soon to
follow.
Indianapolis, Ind., Nov. 5.—Complete returns from all but une of the
counties in the state give -Robertson,
Republican ju»*ulid(|t» for lieut.-governor, 3061 **j^r t-^-J: .r .;'
Wiiminoton, Dei., Nov. 6.—Delaware's official returns complete foot up
for Governor Biggs, Democrat, 13,942;
Hoffaieiv'B66&T<!l_t>r congress,: Pennington, Democrat, 13,837; Cooper^
prohibitionist, 8,380. The legislature
ia solid Democrat. "*   f \ '.
SAVANNAH„Ga^_*-pv..-j.—?A sever**,
shock of eorftquake wag'felt here just
as the clocks were striking 12'to-day.
Tybal island reports it the heaviest
felt there since Aug. Slat. It was preceded by loud rumbling und lasted 30
seconds. People all rushed into the
streets. No damage waa done beyond-
the cracking of glass.,
AmsteedA-IJ Nov.. 5.--Sbcia*ists'V'aii-
stadt and1"ortune are'ori'trial f6r pub-
liBhing"''«e(litam»--™mpMet»:--- The-
prosecutor demanded that each be sentenced to imprisonment for 6 months.
Judgment was deferred.
Berlin, Nov. 5.—Reports in the
Austrian pr'ess tliat Mine. Gorster had,
since the Jjirth of her, daughter, lost
her voice Mid that ber {Hatband deserted Iier imd.that '.hia became insane
olicited a telegram from her declaring
the story a libellous untruth and tlmt
she is living happily witli her husband.
Berlin, ^ov. 5.-*Tfie -feirj)eror
William has abandoned* his proposed
visit to Ijsnover owing to the severity
of the weathejsv      **^
suOssatfSjjUst. B,^L,ord'Binulbounio,
writing t&'ljP rwr of Blackwood's
maga7t-*e, uecui^\Gl-KU-(iiie of se.eral
mis-statolsientB "-i&jiA," perversions of
Irish history without the courage to
defend or the candor, t$ witM*iiw
them. ^V      "   <y_■*£-
The proposed Socialist in (hating, in
Trafalgar square on Lord Mayor's day
has been prohibited. *V     ' -
'Mme. Patti! will sail from Qiieens-
ton for New York on Sunday.
Paris, Nov. 8. — Anglophobia, a
French newspaper, commenting on the
result 'of Uie 'Canadian elections draws
tlie "MlrMrfinV that Lower Canada is
preparing to secede in order to be bettor able to live in accordance with its
French instincts and to prove that it
will no longer bo dominated by Anglo-
Saxon [""asters.     ^       ,.,...
NEw|faii, Nov. 5.—French delegates t*4«tledii*B,tion of tlieBSr.holdl
statu. %t libert^mecro baisquetted by
tho American statue committee and
prominent French residents, at Hoffman house lust night. DeLesseps sat
at tho head of the table and on either
side oHiiiajweu. Mme. Uartholdi and
MmtfTJigoT; " "***" ■
Louisville, Ky., Nov. B.—Father
Joseph died at Gettcsmore abbe, New-
hopo,']j*.yj''ilged-78. -,'»'* he njprld he
was « M' Cpf«m cjollier, Jtk "Opera
sing, irhfusfe rafthttr, affll a'coihposer.
Ho was well known in Europe and
America. He was a member of the
order of Trappists.
St. Paul, Minn.,,Nov. 6.—Wilt
official retut'iisirom 6B out of 80 counties and prjttj.wn-jdeto rtturnsfrom
most of tnem the Pimietr tress figures
McGill's majority 2874. The Globe
still claims the election of Ames,
though .not-giving the exact figures.    .
W4»*iMEHns, Tex.,. Nov. 6.*-Tlio
infoufution, was. received here to-day
of the assassination of Deputy Slieriff
Samuel Lindsay, in Raines county, by
Jos.,Stroude, formerly n resident of
this cddlfly;1. Deputy Lindsay accompanied by Deputy Swetlo went after
Stroudo hi serve a warrant charging
him with carrying mortgaged property
out of th&tyjftty.-'S'-oudo opened
tire when tne warrant was "road,*instantly killing Lindsay. Deputy
Swotlr- thereupon fired, killingStroude,
Ch,
the
of the shook to-day. 'One pupil in a
colored - sehool was crushed, during a
panic, and several pupils in another
school were injured by falling plaster.
o^mvimmoMmsiso'.
limn congressmen, and the entire republican state tioket wen elected,
with the exception of Edwards for
supreme judgrf •■'mi, tif^Mttm It**>'
m^ilssiil^iK
publican  by about  three-fourths on
joint ballot.
MA'Bntb, Nov., B.—Export, from
Spain during October increased nearly
(5,000,000 as compared with tho same
month of 1885. Half of the increase
was derived from wines exported to
England since the new treaty with
that country went into effect.
San Franoisco, Nov. 5.— The
Evening Bulletin publishes figures
giving the returns from 173 pieeiicts
in tho city, with three only to tear
from. They give Swift 15,173, Bartlett 17,174; plurality for Bartlett in
city, 1,901. This shows a heavy gain
on the noon count.
7:46 p., m.—Bartlett1. plumlity in
tho city ia 1978, It is beliovedr he is
elected by about 100 plurality.
Later—9 p. m.—A corrected count
up to this hour gives Swift a plurality
of 1778 votes in the country. It is
claimed that the official count gives
Bartlett -a plurality in the city of
1075.   -     :
Very Latest—12 p. nt.- No further changes of any importance in regard to the election for governor .have,
come in since 0 o'clock. The principal change that will take place will
be in Humboldt, where complete returns will cut down Swift's reported
plurality, as the remaining precincts
to be heard from -have always given
democrat majorities. Complete re;
turns from this city give Swift 15,555,
Bartlett 17,620, Wigginton 3,042,
Russell 313, O'Donnell 8,016.
London; Nov. 5.—A remarkable
storm cloud has burst over the lake
district in England, and is the heaviest ever known in that locality. The
damage to property is rery large.
Many eattle were lost.
* (jomliANTiNorLB, Nor.—It i Is :ro-
portod that Mr. Heap.- how consul
general, will be appointed to succeed
Cox, U. S. minister.
Chamberlain, in an interview with
the sultan, advised him to open Turkey to enterprises for foreign capital,
in the way of railroads and other
works to develop the immense resources of the empire.. The sultan
expressed hia readiness to encourage,
such enterprise. He regretted that
European capitalists had not already
proposed schemes of publio utility.
He admitted Turkey was muoh behind
other countries, but said be would devote all his efforts to improving the
country's condition, and hoped for a
continuance of the present good rola.
tions between Turkey and .England, ,'
Tirnova, Nov. 3.—Russian Oaptsin
Nabokoff, leader of the coup d'etat, in
May last, at midnight on Wednesday
led a band of Montenegrins which attacked the. prefecture st Burgazzia,
when the prefect and other, officers
proclaimed Russian rule. The government has sent troopB to quell the revolt. An officer who escaped from
Bourgsz says the population are awaiting the coming of Ironsis to assist
then in an attack upon tne Russians.
Nobakoff's band started from the
Russian consulate. Five- Zankuffites
were, among jibe revolutionists. A
Russian war ship is at Bourgaz.
. A ukase.has been issued granting
amnesty to the regiments that assisted
in the deposition of Prince Alexander. This is considered a .censure of
Gen. Kaulbars, who demanded the
release of officers only, without" mentioning privates. Several deputies
have telegraphed to Gladstone asking
him to use his influence with Russia
in behalf of Bulgaria.
St. Paul, Minn., Nov. B.— Three
entire days have passed since the pells
were closed, and it is not yet certainly
known who is to be the noxt governor
of Minnesota. Both parties still
claim the election of their respective
candidates, and charges of fraud, and
prospects of contest* and possible litigation are looming up unpleasantly.
Latest returns wtiwee (dem.) ip the:
lead by 1B60.! ■*" »•'** '
Santa. Rosa, Oal., Nov. B.—J. T.
Noon, a well^nown lawyer, was shot
arid killed iit his office here this morning. John Bailiff, a farmer, and Al
■Reed, his brothet-in-l.w, were found,
in the room with him, with three pistols partly emptied, soveral shots
having been fired. The cause is not
made public, but rumor points to matters of a rival nature.
0HA*^ot-,,W.'''ya., Nov. 6.-
From most, reliable information re*
oeived here, the next, legislature will
he democrat on joint .bullet by nine
votes. 'This will elajt a successor -to
Senator Camden, democrat. *■'-
'"■i.i er********** ;.r
A floo'ft Schemr.
Brown—Did you go for a vao*-_<*|).
this Bummer, Smith. *-^
Stejth-»Oh, yes. •'■* ''
Brown—How did you innnage your
business alfiiirsl S
Smith—r took my' udVertisment out
of the papers  until I returned,  so
there wasn't any business to manage.
Great scheme, eh?—Harper's Bazar.
       —
When a horse rubs the tail against
the stall or fence it indicates irritation
from worms. These are removed by
giving injections of warm soapy water
beaten iuto sn emulsion, with one-
fourth part of crude petroleum, or
mixed with an equal part' of' infusion
of quassia chips. A drachm each of
sulphate of iron and powdered gentian
root given daily in a bran mash will
be useful. A habit of throwing down
fences by. rubbing the rujiMi against
the corners may b.. a trick easily
learned by horses and no sign of
worms, but when a horse is continually rubbing himsolf in the stall and
wesrs off tho hair from the toil, worms
are indicated. The parts' bf, the. tail
and around it should be washed with
warm soapy water, a pint of it; and
one-half ounce of carbolic acid.   '
The Great French Remedy, Dr. Le-
Due's Periodical Fills, Tliese Pills are
compounded from the purest drugs, and
from those only which are known to aot
upon tli. 0tnerative Organs in Females.
They are'first enclosed in an airtight
capsule, and hy this means made to retain their full strength for years in any
climate.. Ask u. for private circular,
A. M, HawiKO AD. k. Qtjftis *.«».,
New Westminster;, T. SrWAltsf, -Mi
ner's Landtag; H. McDowell''* Cos, W
convert Plmhnry St. Co., Nanaimo; T.
Pickard, Deuman Island; A. R. Johnson
&C6„ Chemainus; R. B. Richardson
Cowichan; W. E. McCartney * Bro.,
Vancouverand Kamloop.; H-.tl0gi Si»(
Mill Co., Vancouver; *«J7Vsi7co«Vtt'
Drug Co., Vancouver; J. B. Lovell, Yale;
W. R. Megaw, Priost Valley; H. Clark
* Co., Kamloops;, Lakoley &J.O.,
'Wholesale'atenb, VltrtorlsJ'   rtwiieWyl
m_S_m__m______m
Absolutely Pure.
Thin powder never varies, A marvt'l ol
purity,HtreiiKth nml wliolcsomcnefifl. More
economical than tlio orainrtry ktn.l", and
eannot be sold in compeiluon wltbthe
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders, Bold only In cans.
!toTAL,ftWI-N.(|;P9V.DK_R C«.,106-W{lUSt.,
NewYSaT „ Sfely
REMOVAL
mHE UNDERSIGNED WILL, AT THS
I   end of month move his business Into
Wlntemute's new Bulldlnd, opposite Lytton Square, and now offers Ins stock of
Furniture at or below cost.    Come buy.
JOHN E. LORD.
Columbia Street,
Adjoining Dickinson's Meat Market.
New "Westminster, Nov. 1,1880. dno'lml
PUBLIC   HIGHWAY.
New Westminster District*
\TOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN thot a
JY public highway is hereby established
along the southern boundary oi Section
fl, block 5 north, range 7 west, and having
a width of 33 feet, measured to the north
of Bald seotion line.
.    WM. SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner of Lands A Works.
Lands A Works Department.
Vii-torla, a C..Octoher20th, 1880.
do<-23w2
NOTKJK
SS HEREBY GIVEN that application
will be,made to the Legislative Assem-
yof the Province of British Columbia,
at the next session thereof, for an Aot to
incorporate a company for the purpose of
constructing, managiug and maintaining.
Water Works at the terminal j>olnt of the
Canadian Pacific Railway on Coal Harbor
and English Bay, nnd for the purposes
thereof granting tothe said company the
Erlvilcge of taking water fmm Capilano
reek,Burnaby Lake or other suitable
RDints, with power to the said company
> build flumes, aqueducts, lay pipes, erect
dams.oequlre lands, aud do all other acts
and things necessary for the purposes
aforesaid,
EBERTS A TAYLOR.
Solicitors for Applicants.
Dated'September 80th, 1883. dette:
Port Hammond Nursery I
VTOWIS THE TIME TO SEND IN
IY your orders., If you want some of
those nice fruit or ornamental trees,
shrubs, etc, fiom Ontario, As I return
about tne middle of June to settle up my
aflUirs there nnd come out this fall with
the stook fair my nursery here, and will
select and bring your orders right along
with me for thu.full and next spring's
planting, I will satisfy alt both as to quality of trees and fruit, and I will be settled
here In tho business so you will know
where to And me, All communications
after the middleof June may be addressed,
to me at Bowmanville, Ont.,or toOnrleton
* Harris- Port Hammond.
G.W. HENRY,
my22tc; Port Hammond P. O.
Telephohc Call Nd. 6.
P.O. BOX 71
Dry Goods. Men's Furnishings.
Groceries & Provisions.
LUMDBOM'fl BLOCK, Columbia St
dw-au3to
HACK FOR HIRE.
THE UNDERSIGNED haa established
himself in the City of .Net. Westminster with a FIRST-CLASS
COVERED CARRIAGE,
Whlfk I. mm tut F..g.Kfbmmi al
.. ver* mWrrnlr C'haif es.
Orders -lei. atthe Colonial Hotel or sent
by telephone, will be promptly attended
o day or nlghl.  stable next'H. Kllloit's
JOS. CATES.
Telephone No. 80. mylte.
D
0 YOJJ WANT TO BOY OR SELlr A,
1 BilsllllM!SS,1alteapartnor,cl«,
PICKCTIK8 & CO,
OFFICEi Fort Street, between Dowlas
and Bronghtoa, VICTORIA, ffjdT?. O
Woo*a#«ial.
THE StJBBCfUBEn HAH ON HAND A
large fiunntlty of ''
BEST WBLU\6TflN LUMP COAL
-f*^ And an assortment of
CORDWOOD,
Which he will sell at lowest rates,  Ifo
will also promptly attend to all kinds of
008
Orders lett at Mr, MeColl's sloreon Columbia ststellw at my house, poiialas
street, will meet with prompt attention.
HENJBY EI.IilOTT;
NewWestminster B.C. JlylOto
D, S. CURTIS & CO.
WholCBiile a'lilJ'Rotall-" '
QRUfrGISTS!
Vew Westminstor, B.C.
[^ mhlQtc [__•	
IMPBEIAL ;
FIRE INSURANCE COMPLY.
, l Old Broad St. and 16 Pali. Mall,
LONDO**..
INSTITUTED 1808.
FOB INSURINfl HOUS8S* ptHJiK
Buildings, Good., Wares, Merchandise, Mannfaotatltiij ittid B^vrmihg Stoek,
Ships in Fort, Harbor or Dook, arid the
Cargoea of Bnoh Vessels ,• also, Ships building and repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, and,
Goods on hoard such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries, ■ ,
FROH 10SS OR DAMAGE BI HBK.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
•81,600,000 ._V_.&.
Rates of Premium, and every information can be obtabed on application to
W. J. ARMSTBONfi,
Agent for New Westminster.
-PRAOTICAl
Has juat received for the Holidays a line
assortment of Gold aud Silver
JEWELRY
GENTS'
GOLD & SILVER WATCHES
Ladles Size Swiss Sold Watches
(mm $25 to t55,
Ladles Size American, Stem,
winding Sold Watches, at
$32.50.
___.___.MBKR-Wc de uot sell "filled'.'
Watches and Jewelry as solid gold..
Our goods are gnaruntecr" just as represented, aud. prices',louver thau any,
other house in B, O.
COLOOTAL BLOCK,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. O.
.   deMto
The Colonial
STORE,
Colonial Hotel Building,
NEW WESTMINSTER,
IHK;
IMPOnTEn ANII 111CAI.EH IN
BOOTS and SHOES
THE BRITISH MLUMBIA
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
FurnlslwaH-Kltfe^lp
Fric nf tllim.'
,—rti.. The French Lenoir, Good)ear, Fink-
OUH BU8IHESS AflSBfiR*' «««.«»*»-.. «h.u.*i».
Armei Holdcn ind Sinter
Boots mm Shoes,
V ADIEU AND GENTLEMt;ji ABE BE-
lj speotlully.lMI*«l Miru.i tai! s»l>'
ine the stock.
I have also on hmul the....
H(<VniH-(J*H4IIU.V tEATUF.II watf.».
TIOHT MSIJK MOT,
Which1 now takes tho place of gum boot.,
Jy2*to ■ •
'i'
PIONEER
fish* Oame Store!
, WiM. H; VIANISN «
HAS ALWAYS ON HASD" A OOOD
j snnpljror   .
Fresh ana salt Water Fish.
d,j_yts— —vr sjaj-A-SOjcr.
DEALER IN SKINr"aNI) PEL-TIMES,
Purchases win bo rieiiTcrcd-ln any part
of lh. Clly treo nt plmrce.        ll-jlylllyl
Fire! Firel
TESTIMONIAL!
Vancouver, SSrd June, 1880. ■•'■
MB. G. EOBERTSON, 	
Vancouver:
Representingdoldip 4 McCiiUooh,
■ Sir.—We the iimlerswied having wjt-
neHHod the terrible fire which wiped out of
existence the young city of Vancouver,
on the 13th hint., __t.vt»i after the fire, ex-
anilnoil th© safes floW.uy you4 soi **
wlili-h   uwiiiiill   In'llin   Inntl unit**
which w«rfe:-put to tlio most sevei ,
having been Burrouridod by large quantities of lard and bacon, ahd we are pleaund
to tetitlfy to the reimirkable manner In
Which ovory Safe Bold by yon preserved
itH fiontciitn.not only books and papera,
but also thousands nt dollars In paper
money were taken out ln perfect condition. Wo can, therefore, with the greatest confldohce, recommend them as thoroughly fire proof!
L. A. Hamilton, for tho Canadian Pacific
Railway^ Company-   M.^A.MaeLean,
,.,\,s,w,.j    \j\rukvt\kk j ,
Mayor! John J. Blake,
Klstrate; Illoh'd. Alexander, Jnstlee of
the Peaco; John Boultbee, Police Magistrate, Oity ot Vancouver; Thomas Dnnta,
Justice of the Pence; Isaac Johns, Col.;
Edward E,. Rand, Real Estate Broker;
R. Balfour, Alderman; John Rankin,
Real Estate Broker;. Pither A ■ Edson,
Royal,Hotel: H.F..Keefer, Contractor,
C. P. R,;,J. ■*■*-. MeForloilil, PortMo6«£
to Vancouver ■ and English Bay; P. Oj
Innes A Ca, Real Estate Brokers; fA. W>
Ross.. Rear Estate Broker; Gravely A
. Spinks.' Real estate Brokers; It, C. Ferguson, Mgr. H. C. P. Mills.      J.   jeaote
Just Received via C.
P.R. one car-load of
Stoves aiid Ranges.
These Steves are Irom
the celebrated firm of
of E. & O. Gurney -Sp
Co. and are well
known to be the best
iii! the market. Vet-
ties desiring Stoves
will do well to give us
a call before purchasing elsewhere, as we
ar e offering t he s e
Stoves at a slight advance on cost to make
room, for two more
car loids now on the
way.	
E. S. SCOULLAR & CO.
daulDto.' •' "'   COLUMBIA STREET. '■
Importer and Dealer in
PROVISIONS,
Imported in quantity,
First-Class in quality,
Sold at Bottom Prices
The best Place in the
',w Oi^kbjwyottr,''■';.
Groceries;
D. McPHADEH,
Deane's Brlik' Bl*ctj.''' '
NBW WESTMIUSTBR, B. 0.
- ■ «*i« -
Wust "-milium bv Aioirr the   r
STARR KIDNEY PAD.
-'Treotmnnt by Absorption hett for some
time been recognized by Medieal Hen to
be the most simple and effectual means
of conveying to Diseased Oigan-s, "Cura-
tlvcs-'' but ln cwm of KldneynblMoae and
Complaints att«iidaut thereon, successful
treatment-was pVacUcably Impossible until the Introduction of the Starr Kidney
Pad, It costs leas than a single prescription and Is Immeasurably more decisive
ntid effective than atit/ quantity a/ internal
MedMMfldt*ina: Worn Immediately over
the seat of Dlnense, Its curative properties
become abHorbttl by the diseased and «n-
feetiledthgan-i.oontliniouHlytaiddlrectiy,
as required lo Insure In return thai? healthy action and original vigour. Itft comfortable to the patient tihtl -jJlBOitunt in Its
effeots, and eiues when notlilng elseenfit
The Starr Kidney Fad awimpushes post-
live, deolslve result*.  A more v*lu*tb]()
discovery an a.true remedy for Kjuuey
Diseases was never mnde—Medioal Gazette.
Tke Starr kidney fad, manufactured
ln Toronto, Is a permanent sure cure for
diseases, disorders nnd aliments of the
Kidneys, Bladder anil urinary seetetlve
system; or attendant complaint*, causing
pain In tuenijiall of tlio boek, sides,etc.,
producing urinary disorders, sueh as too
frequent, scanty, difficult, painful or copious micturition--inability of retention and
sedimentary urine, dropsical symptoms,
eto.. denoting the presence In the system
of' dlseae*H oom mon to the urluarr mere*
diabetes^areWi Pi es. neWon.<t_iv\%}\
ita. Serid for pamphlet Id I.ANaLEY.4
CO., Wholesale Aspnta, Viotoria, Itolall-.
_,l l.f A. M. IIKItniNl] anrl II. 8. CURTIH
* CO,, Now Westminster; T. MoNEE-
LEY, Lailner'. Landing; H. MonoWI-M,
tt CO., H ABTINQI.HA W MIU. CO., THB
and Kihnloops; 1. R. 1 OV-RT.T, Yaltl W.
It. JIEOAW.I'rlcst Vall.y; H. CLARK*
CO.-, Kamloops, dwafSSyl
m-tmmm-tll-S,
m_________m
ALBION
WftRBtE WORKS
| JAMES FI8HEB, Proprietor.
MONUMENTS, HEAD STONES, TOtf-BS,
TABLETS AND CROSSES, FURNITURE MARBI_Et Ae.
•PersonB living at a distance, by sending
It description of what they wish; ean have
designs, prlceB, etc., furnished on application. All work guaranteed equal to any
on the paclUc Coast,, antf at reasonable
rates, N,B»—No agenUt employed.
Gordon Street, Victor^ B. C.
0pp. St Andrew's Presby to i a n Church
mhiato
JOHI*S;*OOX,
Importer and Dealer In
WHITB LEOHORHS
"         'Hr
VI-
-.AKG-.HAHGI
■ROWS -.BeMOHNi,
PbTMUVTHr
Xst*
White Or.W.d BlMk Pol..*;,
Guinea Fowl., R.n.ii fraeks.
While P.klu Daeka.
>       Pit G.nl.s, Hiurlui.
Mjllnls and Eggs supplied at low rates,
andall stock guaranteed.
Boyjsl Avenuf, Kust of DougUiSt.
inhJItc
New Wes.ming.er, c«m Harlior
and Seattle Route.
THE STEAMER
(J. W. TABTE, Maatei)
WILL.LEAVE SEATTLE. EVBRT
Thnr.d.j' Horning alt o'elsck, for
New Westminster and Coal Harbor, via
Port Townsend and thc Islands; arrives at
-Mew. Westminster bn. Friday forenoon,
leaves; for Coal Harbor about two hours
afterwards; leaves COAL HARBOR Friday Mght for Seattle,
Fare la Seattle, .........HM '.'
',"    Frtlg-il-wrKu.,---.-- 4.M
Hpeclal rates to' merchanu_      . aplOtc .
A Private College I
Boarding & Day Pupils, Boys,
WIL'l. BE OPENED AT
ROSS BAY, VICTORIA, B.C.
■ ir ■ -—bv—
MONDAY, AIQUJ.T 18, 1886.
mHK BUILDING HAS U LARGE
X Rooms and Is well furnished with
.register grates, both rooms, Ac, Ac. ,.
., Kxci-Ilcntopportunities for all klndsof
henllllful excrelSes, Inclnrlliic boatlngand
bathing.
Pupils will bo mado most comfortable
and tlieir general welfaro carefully .considered. -
A COMPEnirr-STAFF'WIHtTMtTOn
will be maintained. .   ..:.
Excellent facilities will be afforded for
Instruction In Kagll.h, CMlsMMHaV
Uasslul.ndMMerKUslCTaieSubJee-1,'
wlthlutranwtalHasle.        .   , . _..
Application Forms, References and full
Information furnished by -;-!-,
BIT. 0. J. PjCENTeN. V. A.*
June 9,18*8. dwjlyai_e
X polnt«l agentin BirlUsh Cclu'lubiafo.
IKesebeaulIfu' monuments. Pull tartle-
ulareasloprloeiaud designs,on,appUcar
tion.    _   i       CHA8,™"""'-"-5
Atthe Fruit and Confectioner. .
SoslteOolonlalHotol.NewWMtn 
.0. .    r                           _____
WHITE
THE GLOTHIEB,
Has JiutEsorived i
OVER 300 MEN'S SUITS
' A, Large Quantity of    ,
Boys'and Youth's
Clothing!
'  7 Cues ol American
FELT5    HATS
.   Also, a (ull line ot,
BENTS'FURNISHINflaOMS
—HE NOW HAS—
tke Beit Aiitrlmeit li IkttJM-.,
Hue enr txklbltei It lew
WMtalnter.
Z._A.T*BST  B*C-2-b*SS
AtLowMtPoMlWePrieMforCash.
Call tut, aad Mak. t»r SelM-i.su
'  OnuHM Itiiit mt. Imi v 1.0.
COLUMBIA STREET,
fo»WMn»insteiyB.i
—WfOlTtM AXD li«AUMiI**f,;
B&oks.
Stationery^;,
„   f ,i;(u
"w'ltTr-.
Toys, .j etei
J:
Thel^^Sfoiik'^^J^irj'. i
land:  and  second  to i oo mi
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