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THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
—IS   FUULliHKD—
Kverj Wednesday & Saturday,
— ST —
0. ROBSON & CO.
OFFIOE COUIIWA STREET, Ehii'SC! to Em-
IIIIAIASOOUUSEII DCMRTMEHT THUOUOH T. fl.
Pimm » Co'i. Boon A Statiohehv Stoic.
Tia*M»llr Mill, la.jr.sr i nwibrilruel.i
11 fur JI ino.. i p.J.lrlo In Adrso». DelfTirrer]
liJrOrurJuror Asmit, fl per qunnter, psjrsbl.
AOINTS
T. N. Huns A Ol. Vl-THM.
T. fl. Pimih A Ol '. Tali.
THIS PAPER
NiwiptMi  AtUertlilng Oiir-itni(10 Sprucn St.),
wliirt adf ai'ilniiif- i-mi tracts may be mmls fur it In
lhe §ritish Columbinn.
Weilneailay Jlornlnj, July m, luno.
Current Events and Opinions.
Almost anything iron be done to
protect publio interests anil clean
out the pig-sties of political corruption, il intelligent and determined citizens will simply get together aud see that the work
done. The Anti Monopoly League
has already demonstrated thia truth.
But, until citizens generally will organize and take an active part in
publio atl'aira, they may as well settle down to the expectation that
they will be perennially robbed and
then defied and laughed at.—Ferdinand Kentsr, Chairman of Anti-
lifonopoty League, X. Y.
mm
Columbian.
■■
VOLUME 30
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C, WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1886.
NUMBER I
Now, in this democratic country
we have few, and I wish we had no
examples, of the class distinctions
of the old world. I think tiiey
ought not to have been introduced.
They nre foreign to our soil. They
are unsuited to our habits, they
nn not given under the advice of
our own leaders of opinion, and I
wish it may become part of our
unwritten code, that these exotic
distinctions should not be received
by us. (Cheers.) Yes, sir, I am a
believer, in a certain, and in a real
sense, in the principle of aristocracy. I believe in the true aristocracy of energy, learning, ability
and integrity; an aristocracy whose
marks and titles are found in the
earnest efforts of a man to do his
duty and to excel in its dischargo;
and whose distinctions are such as
a free people themselves confer by
the expression of their confidence
by mandates to the great council of
the country, by selection for high
oflices of public trust, by commission to regulate the affairs, to guide
the high destinies of the peoplo
among whom they live. (Applause.)
That is the aristocracy whioh is
suited to our day and country.—
From Hon. Edward Blake's s/ieecl,
at Owen Sound.
as waa expected. This haste of
construction, and the scattering of
settlement oaused by it, did much to
discourage settlement. * * * The
railroad is now built, the publio debt
has swollen to at least 275 millions
—some contend that debt and liabilities aro at least .100 millions. Taxation hus been enormously increased.
Last year and the year before there
were heavy deficits. Despite tho
increased taxation imposed laat session, there will be another deficit
in the yenr just begun. * * * We
hope most sincerely that the opening of the road will bring them some
solid advantages to compensate
them for having assumed auch
heavy burdens. Although our opinions, protests, nnd arguments were
unheeded, and h policy which we
believed detrimental to Canada was
adopted and carried out, none can
wish more sincerely than we do
that the policy which we condemned
shall prove successful, and that all
the promises of increased business
ahd universal prosperity whicli were
made by the advocates of that policy (hall lie realized.—Globe.
T\  HcLEAH, H. D.
Office nnd Resltionae:—Occident Hotel,
New Westminster, B. C.
IT   HI. COOPEK, B. A.,M. D.,
'    PHYSICIAN* BURGEON.
OFFIOE-and HRSlDENOE-tJliillTii St.
meat door to Farmers' Home), nuai-
Colurabla St., Now Westminster, 11.0.
OFFIOE HOUHS-8 to 10 a.m.; Ito Sand
6.90 to 8 p. in. Culls In town nml country promptly attendeil to. f.2to
A French astronomor, M. Maurice Lespiault, has propounded a
. curious theory on the subject of
the novel and unaccountable appearances discovered by Signor
Schiaparelli on the surface of the
planet Mars. The discoverer took
them for canals; but JI. Lespiault
refuses to believe in canals n thousand miles long nnd fiftybrond inMars
or any other planet. The matho
matical regularity of the outlines
forbids us regarding them as natural phenomena, however; and his
conjecture is that they are vast
strips of forest created to remedy
the inconveniences to which tho
people of the planet found themselves exposed after having denuded
the surface of their globe of the
provision made by Nature for their
defence against the fury of the
element, as we are on the high road
to doing ourselves. Mars, he points
out, is an older planet than the
earth, and the process must have
been carried much further tliere by
this time thnn we liave as yet any
experience of. The inhabitants of
Mars have already reached the pass
to which we are drifting, as the
increasing frequency and violence
of the American hurricanes indicate, and they have been forced to
the necessity of concerting measures on a grand scale to remedy
the evil. M. Lespiault predicts
that, before a century is over, plan
tations on something like the same
extensive scale will have to be begun in America, if that continent
is lo continue' to be the home of
man.—The Week.
The first regular through train
which left Montreal for the Pacific
[ Coast on Monday, the 28th ult.,
arrived at Port Moody "on time."
The road was thus opened for traf.
. Ilo. The people of Canndn will
soon learn whether the hasty com-
J pletion of this great work will bring
them such an increaso of business
as will compensate them for the
heavy burdens thoy have undertaken, We opposed this haste in
construction. We believed that it
would have been much belter in
every way for the North-west and
for all Canada if tho work of construction had proceeded more slowly. Wo believed that the road
would have cost much less, and iu
that respect we were unquestion-
; ably right.    We believed that if
| -only the section connecting the Red
River district with Lake Superior
and the prairie sections had been
• built at first, nnd the prairie section
built so as merely lo keep ahead of
settlement, the fertile lands would
1 have been settled much moro rapidly than they have been, and the
•settlers would have boon materially
assisted by tho expenditure on coii
struotion. Wo see no reason to
•doubt now that in this nlso wo
were right. It is ud milted that
rthe country lias not settled ns fust
Another Ocean Cable.
Ouiuaoo, July IB.—A "Viiiuns Ottawa special says; Sandford Fleming,
civil engineer, has sailed for England
on behalf of the Canadian Pacific railway tu confer with tha Imperial government and the Australian agent,
concerning the establishment of cable
communication between Canada,
Japan and Australia, aiid to asoertain
the amount of the annual subsidies
whicli the colonies will guarantee. Sir
Charles Tupper has also recoived instructions from the Dominion government in commotion with a similar
scheme. This is Fleming's sohemo,
which the imperial authorities promise
tn support. The idea is to lay a cable
from victoria, li. 0., to the Aleatian
islands, thence to Voildo, Japan,
tlicnco to Hnnu Roiiu, and from there
In Australia.
The Lost Bro. Jonathan.
Captain Ceo came up from San Francisco about ton days since and has
beon making hi. annual search for the
wrack of the Brother Jonathan. Whether the captain is in communication
with tho "spirits" and they inform
him of where tho wreck lies or has had
hiB fortune told and hy that mean,
locates the wreck we ara lint informed,
but certain it is, ho comes up regularly
overy aummef, knowing just, where
the wreck lies. The captain is not
very communicative, not seeming to'
care to tell all he knows at once, because probably it would take too Jong.
But it is reported that he struck it
suio this time, also tho wrecks nf two
ur three schooners, one, the Farnham,
lost year-, ago, off the coaat. But we
guess not. However the wreck of the
Brother Jonathan is lying off the coast
and nut far from Point St. George, as
the vessel was plainly lean to go down
by parties living at tho point at the
timo; and it is certainly very strange
that so much searching has been done
without havim* located tbe wreck.
Wherever she is, she undoubtedly remains in the condition in which she
went down, not having broken up, as
no evidences uf such s fact have ever
come on shore. Nothing but her light
upper works ever reached the beach,
and thai was soon after the wreck.
The ship had a large lot of railroad
iron on board, and no doubt now lies
in some cavern of the ocean, still containing the bones nf many of the ill-
fated passengers, thus far escaping the
vigilance of all Ibo seekers for lhe
wealth contained within hor.—Orttcent
City Kecord.
A New Steerable Balloon.
The largest balloon ever couatruoted
is, probably, as we stated last week,
that qf ] Herr Catiawindt, at Berlin.
By the help of this colossal machine,
which is capable uf being steered with
comparative facility in ita course
through the air, he aays he ia able to
attain a speud of 14 yards lo 16 yards
por second, or a mile in less than twu
minutes. ' Tho maximum speed attained by tho celebrated balloon nf
MM. Krebs and Ronard, tn their trials
at Muudtin, iu 1884, was only about
three-quarters (if thia velocity. The
Qanswindt balluuu is of ellipsoidal
form; or oigar*ahaped, being about 100
yards iung by 10 yards in diamotor.
Its capacity is 20,000 cubic yards, or
about ten times the size of the Krebs-
Renard balloon. Tho Ganswindt machine is said to be capable of carrying
a load of nearly 3' tons, independently
of its car and steam-engines, which
together weigh about 21' tuns. Propulsion ia effected by means of three
aerial screws. Twu of these, each
eleven yards in diameter, nre vertical,
whilst the other, measuring eight ynrda
iu diameter, is horizontal. Herr Ganswindt, wlm has been making preparations fur nll exhaustive trial uf his
balloon, afliims that ho will Ire able to
travel in any direction lie pleases,
evon in the' midst of the most violent storms. It will be interesting to
know what comes uf this miibitious
attempt—i'lte/ic Opiniua, London.
TVIM, GARROW * BALI.,
Physicians, ttrsrseoas a Aeciiurh. urs.
Ovnc, ts ItnuDF-NcE—Columbia street,
cor. Church.
N. B.-W1U Visit Chilliwhack once a
fortnlfht.
J. Garuow, M.D.
T. STI.VKSTKBHAT.l,,M.D.lL.ft.A.
T\n. F. WBLBH,
DENTIST,
Colonial Hotel,
New Westminstor, B. C. ap28tc
p B. 0. BROWN,
DENTIST.
Ornca-Over D. a Curtis ft Co.'s Drug
Btore, Columbia St., New Westminster.
Houn-Dtolz; luntoT.
Will visit Ohllllwhaok tho first Monday
and two following days In oach month.
Teeth palnl.a.ly extracted.    ailf2
MISSES.  McEI.BOY 4 FITZ  HENBY
wish In Inform llic Usiles of New
Westminstor tliat they have opened a
Ireis-Making Establishment
-AT-
TB.IPP ItltO'S STOKE, < 01,1 Hill A ST.
Where llioy will lio prepnrerl to execute
nny orders entrusted to llicm In Ilie Infest
styles nnd with nll possible ilcspnlcli.
New Westminster, Oet, Otll, lm.   oo7lc
HACK FOR HIRE.
mHE UNDERSIGNED lum entobl lulled
-I lilmnelf In tlio City ot Now Westminster with a FIRST-CLASS
COVERED CARRIAGE,
Wlilflt In open for KuwikciuciiIh «'
very moderate Clurgei.
Orders left-at tlie Colonial Hotel or sent
by telephone, will be promptlyattended
to dny or night. Stnble next H. Elliott's.
JOS, OATES.
Telephone No. 39. mylte
GEO. A. NEWMAN,
ARTIST TAILOR
Farmrrly employed by A. tirrgt
a Hou, VK'IoWh.)
IT AS OPENED ANBSTABMSBMRNT
XI on iii* own account, in ili« City ot
New Westminster, nnd 1ms no connection
whatever with his former employer*. A.
Gregg 4 son.  Persona wishing
I GARMENTS OF ANY KIND
Maile np In Hi.  Ulrsl Btrlri anil la a
llrsl.l'lass manner
Shuuld roll on GEO. A. NEWMAN,
imyUiii      AtUoldstonois, Front.streel.
/WMWID •» Met nil,
BARRISTERS,
SOLICITORS, ETO.
Offlce, Mokensle Street, New Westminster,
and Granville, B.C. delete
w.
NORMAN BOLE,
BARRISTER-AT-LAW.
Land Agent. Money to Loan,
Columbia Street,
*e2tc New Westmlniter, B.C.
A R-:
A. f.
begitoa
H. HOWSE.
Formerly Howso, Hill A Rlckman,
,      announce that he will resume business as
Sweyer, Keal Estate Braker aad
t'eaveyaaeer
On and after the 21st Instant  Office, New
Caledonia Hotel, Hurray St., Port Moody.
I    selfftc
JOHN PBNBBRTIIY,
MINING AND LAND SURVEYOR.
ACCOUNTANT and
GENERAL AGENCY OFFICE,
Maps and Drawings neiMy executed.
flasllagii Street, Tanceaver. B.C.
m  J. TRAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Columblastreet New Westminster
AUSTIN BRIGE,
Carpenter & Builder
Plans and Specifications for all
kinds or Buildings carefully Prepared.
JOBBING NEATLY ANB CAUKFUL-
LY EXECUTED.
AH orders left at Occident. Hotel, or at
the shop of W. Johnson, Columbia street,
will receive prompt attention. Your favor solicited. 'elite
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHABF STREET • VIOTOBIA.
AQE1TJTS   JFOJB
North British and Mercantile
Insurance Co. for Mainland.
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
a   36 Finsbnry Circus,
London, E. C.
HO Ifor GRANITE CREEK
The Driard House
IS THE BEST IIOUSE TO STOP AT IN
GRANITE CITY.
PIBST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION, and
T the Table supplied wllh every possible ilellcacy. The hotel Is under the personal iniiiiiipeincnt of the well-known
caterer, B. P. Boyee.
BOYCE ± CAIBNS,
nilidlc Proprietors.
WALSH
The Ml Mr
Columbia St,, New Westminster.
HA VINO JUST REOEIVBDOWR NEW
Spring Blonk, we Invite Inspection of
the finest selection of
. All commission" will receive prompt
and careful attention. Beat references
given when required. inhia-to
W. D. FERRIS,
IM, 891 ii HEW IM
Bent and Debt collector.
si-mil sow farms m sale.
a«»i far ike t-uvklkb'h lite ,.,
a«wii«T Mwuiiai c»mr,n,,
■anrard. ,*...
OFFICE:-Porrls Slreet, New Westminster, tetto
Exceeding!) Bus),
Stranger—I would like to see the
doctor at oneo, please.
Doctor1! Wife—Tho doctor is on-
KiiKed juat now.
Stranger—But, madam:.', it Is a matter of life or death.
Dootor'a Wile—I don't think ymi
could see tho doctor under nny circumstances.
Stranger—Madame, I must.
Doctor's Wifo—Oh, well, if you
must you must. I'll mid tho man lo
sec if the doctor ean stop digging bait
for a fitly minutes. - Tif! flits.
Aa an illustration of tho gradual
weakening uf the long-eslaMisheil
habits of Indian society, it is remarked
that many inure resorbable native
women unaccompanied by men now
use llio atreet can In Calcutta thnn
even a year ann.
LAND SURVEYORS,
Keal Estate. Insurance and
Commission Agents.
nm, un, ■ecnurr * turn*- muiuit-c
OOLDMBIA STREET,
Telephones.        NKW WHMUHMa.
PITT & CO.,
Real Estate, lining
AND MONEY BROKERS,
—ANn-
General Commission Ag'ts
VANCOUVER, B. C.
WANS NSOOTIATKtl.
•eMe
RAND BROS.
pKAI, BHTATK BROKRRB.
CoiiYiyanvtrs, Collector*.,
Aad IiMMrnu<* AgeftU,
Omen* nl. VICTORIA! Fort Slreet,
NKW WKSTMINHTRU: Coinm-
lilnHt„-ip|>']Rltfl Pout Ofllce.
VANCOUVER, Cordova Jflreet.
Iiril.IHNU I-OTH for-.nli- III nil mvMhh,
orVniicmivernml Nt-w WeMdnliiHtcrClty.
FARM LANDH of mipprlor mmllty for
miu  nt   Clillllwlmck,   I'ort   Hmmimi.-l,
1-iinnley, Mutiqul, NttmiiK, Mini Hnv, Luil*
iier'H laiuuIliiK. I..ilu,Miunl, Norlli Arm
nml Plti Hlver.
Mnpx ami I'lruiM exlillilleil ami thu full-
ent.Information fnnil*-lieif mull unruffled*
 t__e
H. KELLS,
Manufacturer A Importer of
BOOTS  AND
_SHOES
ladltt-, Centi', Hluei' iuh! CUll-lres'*
Boot*, Shorn ami tinlten
Made to Order and Kept on Hand.
«T, ~ OPP. HYACK HALL
NEW WKSTMINSTER, B.O.
mli«ttc
CC
STEAMER
GLADYS"
CHANGE OF TIME.
UNTIL FURTHER NOTIOE WILL
leavo Ewen A Co.N wharf at 7 a.m.
MONDAY for CHILLIWHACK ami Way
PlnceH. returning on Tuesday. Wilt go to
GRANVILLE and return un WEDNESDAY. Leave at 7 a. in. THURSDAY 'or
HOPE and Way Places, returning on Saturday.
Through connection with the -TEASER-
to aud from Victoria.
For Freight or Passage, apply on hoard
orto
MIL DRAPER,
ap3tc On tho Wharf.
KnglMh, Scotch, tirraia*,
and America*
B&oSUITINGSI
Ever shown In New Westminster. We
have stioured thc wrvlceii of MR. HUGH
O'HAGAN,u practical Cutterwhohas had
long experience In London, Purls, and tbe
lending eastern cities, and foru GOOD FIT
and artistic Btyle we defy competition,
inbSOlc THOS. WAIJ3H.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'Y.
1 Ow Broad St. md 16 Pau. Mali,
LONDON*.
INSTITUTED 1808.
FOR INSURING HOUSES * OTHER
liuililings, Good,, Wares, M.rehMi-
ilisir, Manufacturing mid Farming Stook,
Ships in Port, Harbor or Dock, and tlia
Cargoes of sueh Vessels; also, Shin building and repairing, Barges and otter V»
sols on navigable riven and omnlsi and
Goods oo board such Vessel., throughout
Gnat Britain and Ireland and in Fonign
Countries,
FROM LOSS (IR DA»A«I IT NtX.
J.A.CAWLEY&CO.
HAVING PURCHASED THK
Shingle Mtll 0„„
Pninp Factory
Al POPCUM, are prepared lo execute all
Orders promptly and to the satisfaction
of thoir customers.
All binds •rTUm.M; dour la order.
J. A. CAWLEY «& CO.
JnOtc POPCUM, B. C.
J. Q^ BUNTE,
Importer and Dealer in
fint-ta IfflTI
Sprlnf, Hair, WmI -nnd Straw
Mattreiaea lo Order-
Blankets, Chamber Sets, Window Shades,
Oil Cloths, Matting, Wall Paper-
Paper,
„   ,__jwerPois
fcelB, Pictures,
—_ .Jrackets,
Baby Carriages, etc.
Bankets, Bird Cafes, Flower Pots,
"anglug Basket*, Plot
Frames, Brackets,
Mclt-re* framed aid ■epalrlHK -J-mr
toe-mar. Alao,
Umttrttking; Em balm in fl a specialty.
Please give us a call before .purchasing
elsewhere. j. Q. BUNTE.
Opposite Posl Offlce. Columbia Htreet,
»pI7lc New Westminster.
GRANVILLE. B. 0.
got §t\k ot %o |Uni.
COTTAGE TO RENT
INA PLEASANT PAHT OP THE CITY,
WOOdSP/oHNER 4 OAMBLR.
FOR SALE:
tl(\  ACRES-IMPROVED  EARH.-
9s-V     Easy Terms.  Applyto
JnI2tc
W. C. McDODOALL,
Elgin P. O.
House to Rent.
COMFORTABLE DWKLUNU, Queen's
Avenue; contains 7 rooms, with outhouses, dL-c.   Apply on lhe premises.
mhZrtc     Mftfi. WARREN DkBECK,
H. HKJJLOW,
PROPRIETOR,
SPENCE'S BRIDGE, B. 0.
WE BEG TO INFORM YOU THAT
" wo have leased the Morton House
at Hpenco's Bridge from Mr. Murray and
that It Is newly fitted up and uomforUibly
furnished. We would respectfully nollult
your natnonage and we promise* If yon
will favor un wllh it lo do ull we can to
satisfy you In every respect. Mrs. Reid,
who hus had much experience, will nt-
tendlo the culinary department.
Wc remain, yours respectfully,
JtffniS REID A NEFF.
Store to Let*
mHE STORE NOW OCCUPIED BY G.
J. Leiser, opposite the Colonial Hotel,
nplendld lor-ntlon foru dry goods store.
Possession given on or ubout August neift.
Enquire at tho promlnes. IllinySm
COME AND SEE I
W. H. HOLOSN,
HAVING  TAKEN   ..
the -Temperonce 1
(IK88I0N  OF
ouse," fronting
-ROYAL CITY-
Subscribed and Innated Capital,
-61,600,000 STG.
Rates of Premium and every afenne-
tion can be obtained on appUoatioa to
W.J. ABH8TMMI,
Agent (or Wr» WiiMniltr.
W. PROTHERO & CO.
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
AM. KINDS OF FURNITURE.
REMOVED
•••To --liop lately occupied by Mr. Darcy,
Columbia Street,
Call and examine onr stock and prices
lii'fnn- huylnir. We can't be I KDMHOLD
lu tli<> city. lU'palrinx of all kinds neatly
dime. W. PROTHERO A CO.
801610
N. P. STRAMBERG
WILL BE IN   NKW WEHTMINHTEH
for a few dnys tt
ina Plntios and Ortmiis.
HfiviiiK li'iirm-il Plitn ,	
late w. Chambers of Qiioliee, Iti-nl iir-tim
for a few days tuning uml rt-Klilal-
_ alios mid Organs.
.nvlnjf lenrm-il I'iano tuning front Ihe
.....i W. chamber* of (Jitclici-, Iti-nl iirgiin
tuning and voiclnu from W. Hamlin of
Boston, nnd I'lpi- Orguu work from J.
Cmlwiildi-r of ('a ii I In-iil «i', SIiisn., ln> trusts
that eiirufiil work ami regular visits will
secure 11 liberal Hliiirr of the public patron*
iieoIii hi-- line.
I-euve orders nl lhe store uf Messrs. T. It.
Pearson 4 Co. Jlyllle
Port Hammond Nursery!
VTOW IH THE flME TO HEND IN
il your onters, If you want some uf
Minna nice fruit or oriiami'iitnl trees,
shrubs, etr,. fiom Ontario, As I ivlurn
almiil (ln< mlililli- of Jinx- to settlO up iny
nfflilrs there and come out this fall with
thn stock for my nursery here, and will
sell-el nml bring yuur onffirs rluht- along
with ine for (his full ami next spring's
planting, I will satisfy all both as In qua*
..Hy of trees ami fruit, tind I will he settled
here In llm business so ymi will know
whore to find me. All eomiiiutili-atlons
afti'i-tlinmlddleof Jiiiieinay ho addressed
lomc atUnwmanvllli-, Ont.,nr to Carleton
A Harris, Port Hammond.
G, W. HENBY,
myixii' Port Iltiminond P.O.
WEBB'S
Everybody says they
are poor, but I have
grown rich by keeping the best articles
in my line, and not
having- two prices but
treating all alike.
"Very Small Prollls and Quick
Relarm," I* my motto.
GUNS,
RiHua, Itcvolvcie, Ammunition, Fishing
Tackle, ami till other sporting goods,
A fall line of
BAR FIXINGS,
Including Tumblers, Fancy Dccnntere,
Curds, Dice, 1'okcr Chips; a large
assortment of
OUTLERY,  YANKEE   N0TI0N8,
And all oilier Fancy Goods,
Pipes, Tobnceo und Cigars, and other
t'-mpt-i-iiu-'t- it-tas from a needle to nn anchor, loo mention to nnmerous, all of
whieh can be iiispctftrtt at (he
HOLE IH THE WALL,
Columbia Ml reel, New Wi'sttninslei-, il. p.
ap'Uo
w.s.Amar,
DEALER IN
UUmUisfi!
A large Assortment of
DRY QOODS
-AND-
GROCERIES
ALWAYS ON HAND.
X-X&y and. Feed.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
WOOD AND t'OAl MUlBn TC
A.VW I'ABT St THK CIIT.
We run two stirgra tlally.exeeptSnnitays,
lo Port Mooily, cnrrylnt H.M.S. malls.
A. no liquor or lolrucco Is used we can by
temperate lintilts and direful economy
serve the publio at csheclally low rates.
________ "eajto
COMPANY, LIMITED,
Richard  Street,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS
Itt ALL KINDS OF
__ —rpt   , ..
on Columblaand C'liurcli streets, opposite
'he Episoopal Cliuruli, and wrw Known
« the
FARMERS'HOME!
Will nccommodule the traveling publie
at the following rates:
Board per day noo
"      "  week  „,._...„..,. 5'flO
Single Meals    <•*-
Beds ,     25
M.Good accommodation for utiles and
fam] lies. inyfttc'
FOR_SALE.
ONB-HALP INTEHE8T IN the jjiNO-
ley Haw and Planing Mill: mill lo
food order. For particulars apply on Mie
premises to H, WEST,
tit, MewM. DRAKE, JACKSON, ■
aplgtc A HKI-MC'KKN, Victoria.
Farms for Sale
ON NOIITH ARM OF FRASER RIVER,
The undersigned offers for sale partiui-
ly improved farms of the following si-ze*:
60 acres, 80 acres, 100 acres, 206 aeivs.
For terms, etc., apply to
' _   ' Wm. H. ROWLING,
teZlle North Arm,
BOAT FOR SALE.
ver fastened, newly painted,, p—
 *- -Tjethcr iflHiallP
A
In firet-ciass order—togethc
lonKiiiB-B complete, viz.: sail, jib, oars,
rowlocks,rudder,ropes. Ac.- '" '
order.  MTOan be had cheap.
Applyto C.G.MAJOR.
JnStc
WELL-BUILT BOAT, nbout 8 torn,
cofiM"**—' ' *
iKlngB     CvSlIBHllV,       III'O       Rill I,       JIU,     WUl'tll
rowiocfcs, rudder, ropcs.Ac^—all In good
TEMPERANCE
RESTAURANT
Cor. Mary and Columbia Sts.
tmmti
ISS  RUMERT  HAS OPENED A
   flmt-tolass Boarolne House and Res*
Uiuraflt In t he iiremisesIoiMn*!-! y oocupliid
by Mr. Vf. K. Keary.
Boarders taken by the day or week, ond
uatnmsof the Iiouse secure all the com*
forts of a home.
Meals served at nil reasonable hours.
Hoteoflce aud light refresh ments.  Free
reading room  attached.    Miss Ilumery
penpually superintends the cooking.
TERMS MODERATE.
mhlTtc
THE
P. CRAKE,
PRACTICAL
JEWELER,
COLUMBIA STRfEr.     NEW WESTMINSTER.
(Ippotiii' liinnlnglinni A iu'».
Slfi\ OF THE RIG WATCR.
««-|,ATE MANAGER POR 8AVAOE Ik
LYMAN, MONTREAL.
Clironomelers, KepetltM, throno-
Krmhen, ud ill lm Witch
repair- n SprcUKr.
» NY ONE HAVINO WATCHES which
A   Hnve lioon Injured of IncnmpelFiit
""?'1'^,''E-;i'ri,'UY.0'allkl»|l"«*«<l*»nil
""pi '„« ' A"..,'*>rl* WMimtodi charm
miKloinU).   Estimates given frecif olmiiie.
mSga_stkVt—kM, suits, mt Mkw
•r*-D' Wnlckea »d Jewelry cheaper
Ih.n .,, Dlker knse la B, c
I.A11IFS' SOLID 12 CARAT GOLD A U-
KI1KJANSTEM WINDING WATCHES,
awimiM llniekeopors.»5; u.nol price,MA
1T0TI0*EI.
rvURING MY A11SENCE PROM THE
U Province, my son, T. J. Armstronit,
folds my power of niloriii'v iind holds my
npiioliiliiiiriil ni m-piily aiieirirr.
, ,   ,„..   ,...     *'■ «  ARMSTRONG.
July IJItli, mill. llylTmS
ROUGH AND DRESSED
LSSCEER
Shingles,
Shakes.
Laths,
Pickets,
SALMON BOXES,
Net Floats, Trays
ANP ALL KINDS OF
Wood Furnishing tor
Canneries,
Doors.
Windows,
Blinds.
Frames,
Monldfnirs.
'Brackets.
Railings.
Balusters.
Newels,
Mill * ftlf- * ill Klritli «r
TURNED    WORK.
(sent)
HASTINGS, B. I.
THIS FINE AND OOMMOWOUS
new Hotel has been ueasUy completed and is furnished with ever,' convenience for the comfort of guetta. The
situation and accommodations are nosur-
passed on Burrard Inlet, which haa tie-
come the most fasliicmalile
WATERING PLACE
in British Columbia Thc proapeot la
charming, tire tea breeiee are invigorating, and the facilities for bathing and
boating are excellent. Private Sitting
and Dining Rooms. Suites of apartments for familiea or parties. The Bar
is entirely detatohed from the main
building.
First-class stabling and feed for Hones. Russes to and from NewWestminster twice a day,-
QEO.
jy28tc
BLACK,
Proprietor.
NOTICE.
VANCOUVER
QUPPERERS UY THE FIIlK d«v-|i-litg
O lo build mi the South utile of Yal*e
Crock,
CAN  8ECURE  LOTS
IN SOOn AND 301
WITHOUT GASH PATKRNT.
Apply to
jelftfo
HENRV V.KDM0N1W,
New Wert.
Notice to the Public.
TAMES MORRISON who hns heen tor
V (Utoeii yontu t'liRn-ffil In the City of
NewWcHtmlneler an cobve-roncer. Land
and Ocnernl Ajrent. Auctioneer nml collector of Rdme, Debts. Ac, hns removed to
Vancouver City. Heiiiu Iind mniKlilemlile
prnctU'i-l n the County nnd PolleeCoiirtu;
and an tilx ohuracN were alwuvs ninderntc
he hope* (or a Mtntlnnaiieeof nubile con*
    "'■  - irr.	
and a* hlx ohuracN were always ninderii'te
' "'" ' " ofji
More, VRnrouver'ctt-
fldehee,   His officer-: are over Sir. WUtfMl
Vancouver Clly, 4tfi Man-h, __M,
mhlWc
Notice to Persona in Search
of Farms.
THK TOWNSHIP OF HU1UIKY CON-
IiiIiik ncveral Parnm which are for
fiilc. The land In of excellent qnalllv—the
very best In the province. The Reeve
(Miif Council are most unxlotiH to m-eiire
tfi'KNulili' seitli-ni. A|]|>lfcnllou to them
■vtM rccctvc jironipt ntlciitlon. The mndii
Im ,*:li - itiwiiHhlp are itood, and thorenre
iiiu**jliiiv*., si'IkkiIm, and u town hall.
THOf}. SHANNON, Reeve,
Clover Volley P.O.
H.T. THRIFT, Clerk, '
joi-V- Hitll'H Prairie P. 0,
Ttt fifiJTlSH COLUMBIA
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
I'ttrnlsliw till Kinds orHflp
Free ol* Clime.
OUR BUSINESS AGENCY.
DO YOU WANT TO BUY OR W2A. A
I tin-iui'-.N, tnke a partner, ele.
PICKERING k CO.
OFFICE: Fort Htreet. helween Donglan
mul Hroiighton, VICTORIA, B.O. P.O.
taix ftH, inhS7
E8TABLI8HEH 1869.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
»e»rl- t-ipoilte lie folo»l»l Mtel,
NEW WKSTMINSTER
THK LAKOKST AND  CHOICEST
aaaoimant ol all ilescription. ol
MEATS AND VEKTAILE8
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Ram.
lilts, Restaurant., and Steamboat* at tha
LOWEST POUSIIU.K PRICKS.
Farm for Sale I
rpHRKE JTUNpRED AND TWENTY
J. AoreB In Township Two. Good for a
■uwfc tana. Fresh water nt renin i-unnlni-
throueh centre of farm. Partly prairie
and alder.   Good log house.
For termi, Aq„ apply to
WOODS, T-UHKEft.A-GAMBIJ-:.
New Weat,, B. C, flgth May, tm, Jii2^n3
For Sale or To Rent
IPHE -UNDERHJQNEin .oflfen a Farm
A   for aale or rent.   Alao. Ullch Cc
tor
for sale x» rent.
"" »gs,a*»j
,     __ everal pairs ,oi
t would make excellent w<
ne of the largest am	
rovlnce.   Tiie etoejk la aljl
 JO   Htf    IHIl,      JUHI,    -Ullt.-||
and young Cattle, Hogs, a*id a few xoutig
" —   a.  mete are several pairs of cool
that would make excellent working
oxen,   Alao., one of the largest and but
Bulls lu thi
very gentle.
M. NICHOLSON,
Mount Lehman KO.
GOOD RANCH for SALE.
QiO ACBES ON GRAND PRAIRIE.
OxA Beat land in upper country* title
crown grant; all fenced; '2 cross fences-
good dwelling house; excellent water
privilege; 8 dHolies for Irrigation und domestic purposes. Good roads; .11) miles
from Kamloops. Terms easy. Part under
cultivation.      Apply to
A. CLEMES,
Jl)*7ml Spence's Bridge.
FOR   SALE.
THAT DELIGHTFUL RESIDENCE ON
Lot7,a1tnated on Itovoet street, between Mary and Mt-Ken-tle streets, now
In the occupation of Capt.Grunt; contains
8 rooms with usual offices.
Valuable City Lots.
Farms nenr CHy.
Farms on Pitt Meadow*.
Farms on Mnd Bay.
80 acres of Land at Wliunock Railwav
Sin tion.
14 ncres of valuable Land 2 in Ilea from
City on Hastings Roml; HMD cords of Cedar could be cut.
Apply to
»      CAPT* PITTENDRIGH,
Je23te      I .uml Agent, NewWestminster.
FORJSALE.
1440 ACRES CHOICE
DELTA LANDS
3 MILES FROM LADNKR'S
Landing, on the Tiunk Wagon
Roadj tvootherroadsrunmnKthrough
the premises.   Apply to
E. A. WADHAMS,
delate Ladner's Landing,B.C.
For Sale!
(ON EASY TERMS)
6 span of Work Hersci,
It Ur Sales,
t rein Mules,
I Saddle Hones,
1 yoke Work oxen,
1 Carriage learn,
I Piano In good order,
I Damp Urls wllh Iron Axln,
A number or second-hand Wheel
■arrows,
I Buikoje Mower (new),
I Ilklea Hay Rake.
For imrllciiliirs ii|iply In
T. .1. TI1AIT,
mylDtu Alirllnnoi'r. N. W.
Smi Nin to Ms own BuslRfsx
Ji...   PEELE.
PSACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OPr. OOLONIAL I10TIJI.1.
NEW  WBSTMIK8TER,  B. 0.
rkyilclans- Preserlpllaas and Family Beelpes a Spec laity,
N. B. — Only Genuine Drags ntett.
Over twenty tmn'experience.   mrjJW
CHAS. J. ROBSON,
Importer and Denier In
Fruits, Confectionery,
FANCY BISCUITS.
Columbia Street,
Opp, Colonial Hotel, New Wntmlniler.
•rrar-Mtal Bale, w raaslUet auekas.
laa rralls a»r im.nls,.
A FULL LINK OF FANCY I
Olaeaware and China,
Fruit Jara, and
Jelly Tumbler**.
All Ora>H nllnl prnmplljr, jylHe NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
For Sale This ORico
Fine Jewelry F. Crake
Private College.. .Uov, O. J. Brenton
82,000 Wanted This Ofiiee
For Sale .Richard II. Lister
Situation Wanted This Office
Gas-Fitting J. L. Stamford
C. & St. A John Sprott
$he fvttiah dTolumbian.
Wednesday Mum lute, Jul} 91, imi.
As might have been expected,
Mr. Gladstone has decided promptly
to resign, as soon us he discovered
that he would have a minority in
the new house. No one who has
observed Mr. Gladstone's scrupulous
adherence to thc forms of constitutional government, and who kr-ows
his respect for the will of the people, could have looked for anything
else. The defeat of his schemes
now must bo a great disappointment to the Grand Old Man, but if
he conducts the opposition with the
same vigor that has usually marked
his acts, we shall not be surprised
if the coalition government is as
short lived as the one that it will
succeed.
All loyal citizens of-both the
United States and Canada must
learn witli satisfaction thut the
courts of New York have pronounced
against boycotting. It has been
decided that the boycott is contrary
to law, and that any person who resorts to it is liable to severe punishment. The socialists and dynamite
fiends declare openly that they will
have no respect for the decision of
the courts, because it is an infringement of personal liberty. But is
not the boycott an infringement of
personal liberty 1 When a man proposes to do business in his own way,
without interfering with the rights
of others, and the boycotters declare
that he must conform to their peculiar notions on pain of utter ruin,
personal liberty is not respected.
There is no tyranny more thorough
than the tyranny of the mob, and it
will be well for the true patriots
everywhere to stand by established
authority at any cost. The boycott
is a cruet and dangerous weapon,
aud its employment must not be
permitted.
beforo tbe leaving of tho first brain
for the east the ollicors of tho road
did not know what the fare would
be We must say tlmt 7 cts, per
mile for pn-ssengers, and $\.i_ pep
mile per ton for freight is excessive,*
but we are of opinion that these
rates, if they exist, will be greatly
modified when they come under review by tlie railway officers.
The friends of law and order have
suffered a defeat in Seattle, that
most unfortunate battle-ground between the forces of law and anarchy.
The loyal people formed themselves
into a committee, nominated a complete ticket, and agreed to maintain
the laws against those who proposed
to substitute the authority of dynamite and devastation for that of the
statute book. But the ticket did
not carry, and the officials of Seattle
this year, or nt least a majority of
them, are iij. sympathy with the
anarchists. This is much to be re
gretted. Since the forcible expulsion of tho Chinese from Seattle,
that city has been in a chronic state
of unrest. Communism lias become
openly aggressive, and has even defied the laws of the country. It
was openly stated that the programme of these agitators would
begin, when the city elections hud
been carried, by the destruction of
the official records and the confisca
tion of property. We hope tlie
fears of such a programme are
groundless. If Seattle becomes the
scene of lawlessness such as has
been predicted, its prospects will
suffer seriously—the hands on the
dial of its progress will go bnckwurd
over space that represents the struggles and triumphs of many year.".
The Railway Hallway Lands.
It is not yet known what will be
the result of the visit to this province of the minister of the interior.
On Saturday a large number of settlers attended ut the land office, and
various phases of the land grievances"
were discussed with the gentlemen
who accompanied Mr. White, the
minister himself .being present a
short time. Wo believe a map has
been prepared showing theso lands
within the railway belt that are
deemed vnlunble timber lands, and
the area of them is* extremely limited. No lauds outside of this area
are to bo exempted on account of
timber. But if a part of a1 lot con-*
tains valuable timber the lot can be
taken up subject to a timber licenso
which is held under certain restrictions which will not interfere with
the improvement of the land. It
has been decided'tp strike out entirely the reservation of grass lands as
quite unsuited to this country.
There seems to ibe every proBpect
that wherever bona fide settlors
have taken up and improved lands
foragricultural purposes these lands
will bo conveyed to thein without
embarrassment. The troublo is not
with bona fide settlers at all, but
with persons whb <ftre endeavoring
to obtain lands for speculation under
the homestead regulations. There
are n good many of this class. Some
have taken up lands that are manifestly useless for agricultural purposes, and somo have purchased
claims which were worthless because
they had lapsed from non-fulfilment
of necessary conditions. We believe
the visit of the minister will have
an excellent eftect, and we havo
confidence to expect that very soon
the grievances under which the
lands of this district have been lying
will be removed, llespecting the
dyked lands nothing can be done
until the question of ownership has
been settled between tlie federal and
provincial governments.
Railway Rntes.
When the a P. Ii in this prov
ince was being operated   by  Mr.
Onderdonk we had frequent occasion to complain of tho exorbitant
rates charged.    It was hoped and
believed that this grievunue would
disappear so soon as the road came
into the hands of the syndicate, mid
in view of that belief ibe people put
up with exactions which under oth
er circumstances would   not havi
; been endured.'' TV Kamloops Sen
tinti says now  that the grievance
hm not been removed.    It asserts
that the passenger rates in the in
- terior are 7 cents a mile, and that
as high os #30 per ten is charged on
freight, for a distance ot' -5 miles.
These rates, the Smtinel observes,
are seriously affecting some of Uio
industries of the country, and they
must be a great disappointment to
those whwe hopes have so long been
looking1 forward   to a roasoitiible
tariff of rates under the C. P. It.
Beyond the remarks of tho Sentinel
mn have hoard no complaints, and
we hope our cotemporary is mistaken,- It In » fw*t known to many
thit the opening of the C. P. R.
took place some weeks before traffic
arrangement had been fully completed.    A  natural consequence Of
this was moro or less confusion at
first, and in tt|stt confusion prppor
consideration  may not have been
given to the arrangement of a tariff.
It is a Wt that twenty-four hours
Hon. Thos. While.
PUBLIC RECEPTION BY THE CITIZENS.
On Friday ovening arrangemonta
wero hurriedly made for a meeting in
tho Drill Shed for the purpose of presenting an address to thc Hon. Thus.
White. Although theso arrangemouta
wero not known to half tho city, tho
hall waa nearly filled when the proceedings begun. The platform was occupied by senators, tn umbers of parliament, tlie mayor, and othor represonta-
tivo gentlemen. The following addresses from the city counoil and thu
board of trndo were road respectively
by Mayor Dickinson and Mr. Win.
McColl, secretary bf the board:
To the Hon. Thomas White, Minister
of ihe Interior;
We, thc Mayor and Council of the
City of New Westminster on hehalf of
tho City bug ta tender you a hearty
welcome to the premier, city of tii
mainland.
Wc hail the first visit paid us by a
Minister of the Interior as a practical
proof that tho Canadian Pacitic Bail-
way now forms a reid and substantial
link betwoen Ottawa tind British Columbia, and that the facilities of travel
will day by day bring us into more
close and profitable connection.
Wc uru glad to know that the elaiins
nf the squatters and settlers ou Dominion Lands will receive your pei-uon*
al attention, as tho matter is one of
much "importance to the Provinco.
We thank you for tho grunt of land
made in this city for' Public Library
and Mechanics' Institute.
Again assuring 3'ou of onr Warm
welcome, in which wo include Miu
White and your" family, and sincerely
hoping the journey may bo only attended with enjoyment.
fl. DieWJOMiN, Mayor.
Tothe Hon.,Thomas  White, Minislei
of the Interior.
The Boakl nf Trade ol the city of
Now \V->Ht,-tiinntti> .repittsonting the
trade interests of thd mainland of Ilrit
ish Columbia, desira to welcome yda
tn the Pacifio province of our great
Dominion, and trustjyoui- visit wfll li
both pleasant to you and advantageous
to the country.
Wo rei-*peot fully calj attention to the
necessity whieh exisls fnr keeping the
sung bout conaUiutly employed iu io-
moving obstacle* fcoj the river naviga
tion.
Wo would earnestly impress on you
t lie great importance of carefully drcd^
ing the Fraser channel through the'
sand bats and carefully buoy marking
the same, hoping that ut no distant
duy more effectual steps will be taken
liy building piers, orothevwlso, to fully
develop tliu capabilities of our grout
water highway* as we uro satisliud that
for a small expenditure the Frasor
could be intuit, available for the largest
ocean going ships. This matter, we
trust, will reeuive thu early soi-iou.*, attention of your government. We atso
respectfully impress upon you the do-
sinibility of opening thu ph-pi rnvd canal
from tlio Fraser river to Mud bay as
tins WOllld give all easily accessible
market to a large number of farmers
residing nour Mnd buy und Houndnry
bay who have now to coma over bad
roads to cross the rivor, or go round
Point Hobcrts, thus exposing thorn-
aches to tho danger of itiligh wuter in
the Gulf of (juorgiu.
The opening of tho projected ttpal*
lumchceii canal would aim coiifer uruat
and lasting benefits on the people <»f
the upper country and would make our
magnificent water stretehos available
for commercial '*iii*jmi--.uh.
Wo trust tbe question of Dominion
lands will be favorably and speedily
settled   nu  n   *ntinflictnry basis, as the
present unsettled state of the land
question is doing much injury tothe
material progress of tho province of
British Columbia in general and thc
district uf-JTew Westminster monarticular.
We also trust thut under no eircuui-
stances will direct mail enuuiiunicatiou
between'our city and Victoria by-river
bo evor less frequent than threo tunes
a week each way—as our American
mails and goods come to us by that
route and to deprive our city and this
district of this sorvico would bo an injustice calculated to do us irreparable
injury, and would in every way be a
retrograde stop.
\\'e have dealt with Bevoral matters
uot within our immediate province but
wo address you as a representative of a,
government whose namo will ever be
associated with the inauguration, and
completion of Canada's greatest public
wurk, namely, the Canadian Pacific
Railway.
Again wishing you and family a
pleasant return journey.
Boxaiji Chisholm, President.
Hon. Mr. Whito replied to those
addresses conjointly, dclivorlnu a most
eloquent and interesting speech which
delighted thu large audience, Wo are
sorry that circumstances prevent us
from giving un extended report of this
speech, but a vory full report bf the
speech delivered on Saturday night
will be found iu unother column.
Hii Actkd WihEt.V.—"I am so weak I
ii hardly move, all. mn down with a
Chronic Summer Complaint," said one
gentleman to anothor on our street the
otln-nIay. Now, tako my advice," replied his friend, "go to your Druggist
and get a bottle of Dr. Fowler's Extract
of Wild Strawberry. I have never
known it to fail in curing any kind of
Summer Complaints."
U1E8T BTTDABUn
■EWS FBOM ALL PARTS OF THE WOttt.    I
Nuw Yobk, Jnly 8.—A^speciat dispatch to the Mail and Express from London snys: Mr. Gladstone will return to
Loudon next week, and will summon a
cabinet meeting to decide ou the course
whicli .it_ will be advisable for the.gov-
erilincnt to pursue in view of the defeat
of the Gladstone party at the polls. The
Austrian pi-ess believo that Russia acted
ss she did at'Iiutouin at thia time, because she U-lieve-1 that Mr. Gladstone
would he forced to retire by the antagonism of the empire to him, as expressed ai
the polls, and that Lord Salisbury will
be his succet-sor as prime minister. The
diplomats, so fat- as tlieir opinions have
been learned, believe that Russia, before
closing tlio pnrt of Batoum, obtained thc
assent of Prince Bismarck. They baso
their opinions eu the fact that Bismarck
has no desire to conciliate the Gladstone
ministry, but is quite willing to assume
a passively contrary position to Mr.
Gladstone's desires. The French press
sympathize with Russia. This French
support nf Russia's positiou is due to the
belief that Kngland, having a civil war
in sight, will not venture to provoke u
conflict with Russia for the present.
Ottawa, July-10.*—Profcbsot'E. Stone
Wiggins, the weather prophet, insists
tlmt the great storm he predicted for this
fall will be on hand. He says he docs
net anticipate further great changes in
the weather until the fall. "September'
will open cold and stormy, premonitory
to my great storm. Commencing ou the
afternoon of September 20th is the groat
war of the elements, which will eome aa
suie an the sun is in heaven. It will be
a storm of unparalleled violence, and
after sweeping across the Atlantic and
traversing thc country will exhaust Its
eiiergios upon the rugged trout ottered by
tlie Kooky mountains. The fishermen of
the maritime province and Newfoundland have .not been slow tb appreciate
my predictions; and I have already received intelligence from many that they
have mado arrangements to he iu port on
the date of the destructive storm."
Nkw Yobk, July 10.—At the twenty-
fourth annual picnic of the Manhattan
Circle of thc Fenian Brothcrhood.jcster*
day, O'Donovan Rossa spoke, Ilo aaid,
among othur things: "The Irish people
now pat their trust in Gladstone and in
Kii-'l.-iiid. I cannot sec that it avails
them much. I dined with thc historian,
Fioudc, in this city. He said to me,
Ireland never will gain her freedom but
by the sword, and I believe him. Tht
uroh*Radical, ISradlaugh, Baid to me
once: ''lake up the swonl'aiid light Kngland for your rights if you want them;
but you will hnd me opposed to you
sword iu hand.'" Rossa said he had
be-in in St Louis for a week, and had
spoken at a monster pumic at which
$4,000 were "gathered in" for dynamite.
Romb, July 18.—Following are today's returns from cholera inflicted districts: Brindisi, 7 new eases, '2 deaths;-
Funtina, 17 new eases, 2 deatlis; Latiano,
8 new ea-*es, 5 deaths. Few new cases
hut uo deaths art reported from otlior
plaeos.
London, July IS.—At an informal
meeting of thu cabinet Saturday Mr.
Gladstone spoke in fuvor of immediate
resignation and was supported hy Karl
Spencer and M|*. Morley. Sir Win, Har-
oourt, Mr. Childers, Mr. Campbell Ban-
uerman and Sir Farrur Hersclud were iu
favor of challenging a vote of tho house
of commons on a motion affirming the
principle ul home rule for Ireland. Bull*
M'fjiiently at a dinner Mr. Gladstone
.stated that he had inflexibly decided to
resign and conduct an uncompromising
opposition. Iu this decision .Sir Win.
llurcotirt and Mr. Child-era then concurred. Lord Hurtiugtoti and Sir Henry
■fumes liave definitely declined to join
the coalition ministry, l-onl Salisbury's
oiler to make thc Duke ol Argyle premier was contingent on Lord Mnrting*
ton's juitiiiii* the coalition and of courso
is now withdrawn. Thc Duke of Argyle
will pt-oliably lie made Viceroy of Ireland, with Mr. Stanhope as secretary.
London, July 19.--Tha new parliament Mill he summoned to meet on Aug.
,jth. lt will then be adjourned till some
time in Ootober. Gladstone's servants
arc packing hia furniture, hdoks, and papers in his otlice iu Downing atreet, pre
paratory to moving. Thc Manpiis of
Salisbury who lias lieen sojourning at
Royal' Fruuee, hns loft for DleppV, en
route to Kngland. Lord Churchill
lias beun siiminoiieil home by telegraph
ami has slatted for Kngland.
$2,000 WANTED
WANTED TO tlOpHOW, S2000 on gootl
security.    Particulars on application ft^ this Ollice.    :* Jlyimo
FORJ5ALE.
A PONY, QUIET IN SAniiLK OK IIAIt-
A ness. Also, English Huddle nnd
ilrlillc. Apply uttlilsoillce.        Jly2lle
SITUATION WANTED."
BY A TIIOUOUQIII-Y COMPETENT
Machinist, Just arrived from Montreal, und who luus hud ample ox porl cure
Apply at this Offlce. jly2lml
GAS-FITTING.
THE NEW WESTMINSTER (MB COM-
puny are prepared to receive orders
for gos-nttlnffi which will he done In n
flrst-class mun ner and ut. verv low ifltes.
J. L.STAMFOH1),
Jly2lle "Manager.
My I
AMEU'l'lNU OF.TJIE ABOVKKlll'lMTY
will lio Imlil I" Hm CITY HOTEL nil
UIO CVOlllllE Of TtH'SllllV 11IC 'lllll .lnl.1. Ht
8 orcloirll.   A fnll iilti'iiiluiiro rt'i[iicKlr'rl.
JOHN Hl'HOTT,
Jlj-2112 Hr'r'lotlliy.
FOR 8AM. i
Thorough Berkshire Boar!
in months old; weigh
ippl y tc
Jly'ilW
ply to RICHARD 11. LI8TKU,
  Holonroyd, Murrey.
FINE JEWELRY!
CAU. AND SEE TIIK
Finest Stock of
Silver Jewelry
JUST IMroUTUD FROM ENOIiANli.
All the Latest Fashions
At Bottom Prices!
I, CRASH'S Jewelry Store,
jl>'21to
Oi-1'ositk tiik Hani;,
A Private College I
 Fon-—
Boarding & Day Pupils, Boys,
WII.T, HE OPENED AT
ROSS BAY, VICTORIA, B.C,
—ON—
MONDAY, AUGUST 10, 1880.
T"    HE    nUIMUNf!    HAH    Ki'lAUOR
Kooius and   Is weir furnished with
ri'i-isier finite-*-, bnl.h twiilis, Ae,, Ae.       .
Kxeellent i)|.|-ortunltleN for nil ltlnilsnf
'henltlifnlexereiseK,ineIutHin*lmatlnennd
Imthinii,
Pupils will he mude nuu-t comfortable
uud their f-enerul welfure oarofull}' con-
Hidorcit.
A COMPETENT STAFF OF INSTRUCTORS
will he niulntalucd.
KxeetU-iit facilities will be allbrded for
InKtruelioii in EnslUh, CentimerrInl,
4'lMNftlntl und Modem I,*iu*-,ti!i-*i> Subjects,
With lut-triiim-nl-il Hiisle.
Appl leal ion Fi-rins, Refereneis und fnll
Information furnished by
RKV. C. J. BRRNTON, M. A.,
Nkw Wkktsiinsti-h.
June 11, 1888. JnlJlinl
CHOLERA
CHOLERA INFANTUM
\LLSUMMERCOMF
A Baii Jthtxn nows. -It in a common
tiling UMW-a-iliiyH to hear one complain
of fooling .all broken uWu witli a faint,
weary, restless languor, with ntn>ligtli
nnd - appetite nearly gone, ami no well*
iletiueil cause. This Is general ileliillty,
wlik'li Uurdock Blood Hit turn promptly
relieve--, and moat invariably euros,
YESTERDAY'S DISPATCHES.
Halifax, July 20.— A party of Royal
Biigliteers, under tlio command of Lieut.*
Cob Olirinf, left lioro yostorday for Brit-
ish Coiumbin. Tbey go to look ovor the
ground with a viow to reporting to tlie
Iin-erinl authoritie-i na to tlie best manner of fortifying the Pacifie Const.
Ji'iNliUf-*. .Inly 20.—At the cabinet
meeting Una nfternoon it was decided by
tlie minlstei-H to im i ediately.plaee tlieir
lv.'i^nuti' ns in the bands of tbe queeii.
Thu muetiiig was bold atOladstoiio's1
Official rcfti ctioii in Downing ntr«ut, which
was crowded with people. jL
  Hfti
A full line of Canadian Ifymnak juat
ivcciveil at T, Ki Pearson ft Co/a ocl7tu
Mill Man Wanted.
mil HUN A Pf.ANF.ll AT NIOUT.
1   Apply ul llio
nitTraKTTK SAWMILL,
Jlyl'la        Now Mrcslinlii.lor.
FOR SALE.
ABARUAIN.   UiS ACHES OF I.AN11,
Houso, Ae., on gniiil rnnil, wfllrlii :,
itilk-Htif tmvn.     A11,. lyin
WUU1M, TUUNKIt iUA.MIlLlJ.
 Jlylillll	
Teacher Wanted.
W'
ANTED, A   IlUl.Y dyAUKIICp
-, Teacher for IiaifglOy rdUllo Ncliopl,
Milury IflO per month. llullcH In commence the '2nd of AukusI. .\|>|>lii-.illiiii,s
will be received by ibe umb'r."l--ii.-i! until
.Inly ihe *J4th.
ST. CLAM HI.ACKIiTI',
Jyl7ld flflc. Board of TnMim
IeachmantedT
WASTED l-'nii Mill) HAY hiiuuni-,
A iiiuleTi'iielier hohllim n provin*
elr»l eertlllcate nol lower thnn 'Jud A. One
win- has hud aonio experience preferred.
ApidicutlonHUddre.ss--d't-i1heun-l(-rfti}*ned
will hereeelved until the-Mill Jul v.
jlyatil       JOHN ATlMSTilONU, Bee,
AFTER DINNER.
I'i'i-r.iii ivlin suUit friiin ]iull;ro.s!lnii
will .ri,iv..t llm in-o^i'iss nf Unit imillflil
iniilriily liy llm uso of nn nftcr-nlnnri-
lilll, jo iniuiioicil Unit It will jjh'o luno
1,1 fill- Slblllllcll. liri'Vi'lit llr-JiltlHII'll, rollr-lr
llm livor in h Jin,: iiniiin. invlnuniti!
I lio kli'iio;., nlul Him, Hirougli Um m-Hvliy
nf tlli'M! iimuils jii-oiiinti' tlm luitunil
nirivellll-lit. nt tlm Mniiirii'li nml Irnvvi Is.
Avilii's l'n.l.s nir. ,. i|»,iniil.il llnil
Ilioir lii'lliill, Ilir.llJili lniiil. rlljTltnillv |iiii-
rlriiri lln- uliovo results, Tlmv nfno. In
rlll'lllg C'lillstllHit'c-ll, ronmvn Hio onniro uf
WII ii»s Livor I 'iiliiiiliilnl, Klrlimv Dis.
r :i. I', mioiuniitlsi nl ninny iitlii-rsrHiins
AYER'S PILLS
i-ontnlii no mineral nor poUbnotia MiU-
nlu nee, nud   ,i, t   jriV  unless  Uo
biw.l. mil irrl'ule.l.aiid even llien tlu-lr
Inthi-iiei- 1*4 Ik-hIIii-.-, To cnntiiuti- tlu-lr
.elleef bl nm-tlpiitttl nrelironie eiiNe«, lliev
uml i.niy It.iiliken iu -liniiiiMiin-' lii-iend
*if In -I'uiMii.f do-i-i-. For seamen, aud ln>
Imhi'iiMr. or iruvi-ler-t lu K|nu-selv f-jtlled
nuiu'rie* v.beiv i-lij-fieimiH ar!1 nut at
lltuid, lliev are of hiesiimiiblo value.
Tliere U bmilly ti slckiiPad thev will not
ll!l.-\ lu'e. mul In flidjtt eases fllll-, if (tll*l'll
piiiiii|iily. To M'Uiik uirli-just fiilerliiK
upon wimiaiibood, mul to women whotn
perlmhif imiiernliy Ik ilniwluir to it rlosi-,
Ayer's pills, in moderate doses, merely
-uihVii nt to ensure regulur iidlon of tlio
bowels will be found of
Incalculable Value.
I'ltKI'AltM) 1IY
tr, .1, O. Ayer & Co,, Lowell, Mana.
Sold by all Dru-reM'..
,*®iTHAT'!*S5£r
\m FELT
WANT.
1 lew lap!
$1.25 -o"«e- $1.25
DISTRICT OF
NewWestminster
JUST ISSUED BY
Price, $1.25.
This Map has lionn produced nt
great cost, nnd gives a vast amount
of in formation never before available respecting the most important
district in the Province.
Tho new Mnp shows the latest
surveys, the latest roads, the line of
the 0. P. K. and extensions.
BUY A COPY.
Ill PUBLISHED BY
RAND BROS.
Real Estate, lusurnncc ana
Financial Asents,
NEW WESTMINSTER VANCOUVBH
AND VICTORIA.
FOR SALE AT
T. R. Pearson & Go's
HEW WESTMINSTER AHD VANCOUVER.
ap24lo ■•'•• -'■
IMPORTANT
PUBLIC AUCTION
To Hlaelismltiis, Farmers ana
Olacrs!
Ull    STUIJI,,    NLKIWK   lll'llllJKS.
WHKKLUAHIIVnH,    AI*>.    I-IIHH,
HMHVKI.S.   ntTTIMIiH, KTC,
11KINO IMPLEMENTS USED BY THB
KAII.I10AD UIINTllAOTIIHS.
T SHALL SELL BY AUCTION, oil
Thursday, 22nd July, 1886,
At tire Mliire Imply iiculiliiail by Mr. Horn;
er, Front struct, iifipitslle IJ. 1". N. Cti.'s
wlinrf. the fullowllifl whieh will tie nfl'ureil
wllh reserve i
J1.IIUO lbs. Hlccl lln rn. r.u HleilBi' llNiiniirni,
w Whrelburrun., nmiiillly or I'lrks,
Axes, Bh.Tels, llnllurks, etr.
Tonus Ciisli.-S'H
t. GOLDSTONE.'*
AnotluiUcr.
UOTSulent lln. in. '
JOTia
Asylum for the Insane!
fl'F.MU-UtS, BMW11REI) ■■LUNATIC
| Asylum," for Mio siimily ot (-n-ci-rles,
i-IuHiIh-,', inom, vf-fi-liiliU*.-), Ac, for lhe
if tin' tilmvi- A»yl Ni-w Weslinlii-
Ntuo.for mio year from Hip IhI »f AurukI
next.wilt liomrt-lvi'illivthlslii'iittrtiiii'nt,
nt Victoriu, inilll nnun on Tuvmlny, tlio
D7Ul llWl.
IJbU tit I lit- art loli'H nM-iiin-il cnu bn kpch
ut tin- proyliiolnl Roorofnry'N Otnoe, vlclorln, nnd at tlie A,sy]iim. N.-w WcsMiitn-
-.It-r, III Wlilcli IiiIHt plnee si(lil)>les eail
hIho he liiNt-ivtcil.
All KUU|>llex to boilellvereil attlie Ah.v-
luni wltniiutextriicliur'.'fl.
Hi-ciii-lty for ttie due pcrformanoe of Hn-
comniei will iioraqulrodlni-ucheue.
JNO. 1101 WON,
rrovlnclnl Secretary.
Provlnefnl Ht-c-n-tnrv'H Offloo,
Vlclorln, H. C.Jiily i4tli,IKSH,     jylTlil
Notice to Contractors 1
SRALKU TBNL-ERS WII.1. Ill-; Itl-:-
flclvcil l-y tlio undci-slgni'-l u|) lo noon
un MONDAY, tl.e ailli Insl., fur lhe cii-
•itniclti.il nf [iKqllOOl lloiiM- lit I hi- Noi Hi
Ann of till' l-Viisei- ilver.
riaiiH und t-|)i>(-lllt'nlloflN etui ht>.-si-i-|i nt
tht' rc-Mi-rn <>. ,,i .Mr. Win. I);ti.it-U.
Ily order of lionnl of TniHtncM,
.1. W. LAWSON, Hoc
ir,ih.liilytissii. JlylTld
Teacher Wanted.
WANTED, A DULY QUALIFIED YW
niiila Tenchcrfor the5th DIvIhIdii nf
Ihu Nuw \Ve«lminuter j'uhllu Krliool. Snlnry, |5» |»'r tnniiHi. IKitlPM to lii-uln on
'2t\tl Aillin^1. A-i|dl(-[iHr>tiN, cncloslnu Um-
IhnonliilH ninl (|tnilHli'iilhni, will ho m-
i-i>lvi'd hy the uml*'.ilgllGtl until Ilip2l)lh
July hint.
JlylOKI T. .1. THAI'I*, Rec.
Teacher Wanted.
WANTED, A rilACHEIt VOU KAM-
looji-i Kchool; onu who Iiiih Iiml
Home i'V]ierleili-e. Huliil'v, *iill |icr Nioiitli
AlinlhitiHonHiiihlreHMi'il totheiiiKlei'-lKiii.'il
will he received until 'JMh July.
FllRD. II. H01VHON,
jlylOld Hoe. Ilimrd Trustees
TAILORS WANTED.
rtOATANIl PANT IIANIWWANTfll)
Ll Isimicxiliilolv Apply ill HI>illN'H.
furl Miriirly, II. Is Jlvliinil
Change of Business
.a » *e Abe about to establish
A a-',tiieU_ty in Viiiicuiivcr, wo betfdo
tii mill our customers for thoir pnat jiat-
rotiage, midaH Mesars. 1'orMck & HocKlcy
Kve^ougW0111' tw*1*-' ■■• New Wi'stmin-
r. WC hope our customers will extend
to them their patronntre ns wo have every
confidence in their iiblllty to give aaifit-
fnotlon.
jlyBtllJ IRVINO A STRAHAN.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
A hit ACCOUNTS QN MY BOOKS will
posl lively he
CLOSED ON THE  31st INSTANT.
CitHtoinci-M will please accept this notice
as KIN AI-nnd govern thoim-H-lveH accordingly.
AT CD8T AND UNDER FOR CASH ONLY.
tlml. of June
niyWto
Granite Creek!
Giving lleocrlpiloii mid Hap or
(Jranito Creek nml similkameen Country,     ,
PcKlKiiod for thp use of thu Emigrant,
Tourl-JiN, Sportsmen nnd Uold-soekcrs.
PEICB, 25 OTS.
For salo by T. It. 1'KAKSON & CO.
New West ni iiifltcr and Vaneouver,
 ' ?
New Westminster, Coal Harbor
ami Seattle Route.
THK STEAMER
(J. W. TARTE, MiWtor.)
WILIi MCAVESEArrLE EVERY
Mondny .llnrnlii-i nt 1 o'clork, for
Now WoKiininntor ninl- Coal HflrhoV.'via
For: Townsend und the Islands: arrives at
New Wesliiilnsler on Ttiexdny forenoon
loaves for Coal Hnrbor about four houn
afterwards; loaves COAL HARBOR Tueii-
ilny Slight foi- Seattle,
fare to Rcntllc $4.00.
Fri-l-ciii per iim,..'...'.!.1...;..., 4.»
Special in ten to morel i ants.        aplOte
P, -PHI-mijRR.-
*.I.W. HECKI.KY
Peebles heckley
(NEAR MKHCH-.NTS' SQUAIIK)
FURNITURE
MANUFACTURERS,
UPHOLSTERERS
Spring and Wool HRltremies and
Bedding always on hand.
HAVE ON HANI) THE
1 (R-.UT AKD BI»T Rl III k •► 111
HITIBK OS TIIK MAIM AMI.
listimiitcs for Oflico uud Btore Flttltilfs.
Wi' luiruoHC nildliig lliiilerlaklnir.
Jlj-Jllo
KONUMENTf
5*?
THE UNDERHiaNEIUlAM HEEN AP-
pollttod lincnt In British t'olambla for
tlicite beautiful tnoiiumentl. Fiill [inrtle-
illnnnstonrieeHnnd df-nlKim on nimlloa'
tion. CHAS. .1. UOllSON,
At Mr. C. Q, Mnjin-'s nlurc, Columhla Ht.
inliSUo
Confederation Life
ASSOCIATION.
till a i-h it In- tniiltnl..
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Office, Toronto, Canada
A homeIompany,
Thi;. Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in it from the following
FACTS:-*-
the HeciirKy off-irod in iHiitoy holden In
niiHtiri'iWH-'d hy any UOlflpunyuoldf bull*
nrs-i In Caiiadii,
ll haw iio-H-h-wii'-Hof iimurniiee, hut the
woll-cNtiiiitlKhi-d linen, hciirn thtt policy
hiddcrsiiiiiniit hi; tnlnlod An to tlielreon*
tracts.
Its Htali-iiictilH lo the *mbl|iM'ii'i hu reiul-
lly nndcrHl(HKl,llK oimh utatemciit show*
Injc every Item of lit'-ome mid how expended.
lis posit Ion Isasccrinl tied annually from
it dftnlleii valuation In which evory Item
oflinMlltylHliKdiided,
Its pro|*resn tins heen iinoxampled In
tho litKtory of Insurance In Caiiadii.
Itspollclcf-nro Indlspulnhlo idler three
years, and non-forfol table nfter two yearn'
exlnlonce.
Itn profltn tiro dlntrlhuted upon nn «4|iilt-
nlili* IiiinIh. The prolllH lo one cIiimh of
iiollcy hohlern lire not IcnnonrHl tn jtlve
larifiT imilttH to any other iiIiinh, which
Itiolnou nflprUM superior nd van tn-j-ia over
tlu- uniform Ikiiuis plun of dlstrllmllon.
J. K.M-i.'lMlNAI.Il,
Mnniitflnir Director,
T. R. PEARSON & GO.
A Ki'nt*, New Werdmhmlei
)r7-'2]iin.HlipniHle.
!.11Uff4ll
TTAVING PUR
iJ* chased the stock
ofHardware,Paints,
■Oils, &c, of the Estate of Trapp Bros,
we purpose offering
to the Public VERY
GREAT  INDUCE
MENTS   in   this
branch of the Busi
ness, which we trust
will secure the patronage of those residing- on the Mainland
We have bought a
large and well-selected stock of Shelf
Hardware in the
eastern markets FOR
CASH, which we expect to arrive in a
few days, and our
assortment will be,
we consider, second
to none in the coun
try, and will be found
complete in all the
following branches
General and Shelf
Hardware, Cross-cut
Saws, Paints in all
colors, Boiled & Raw
Linseed Oil [English
and American], Dry
Colors in all kinds,
Wall Paper and Win
dow Blinds, Oakum,
Pitch, Giant, Blasting
and Sporting Gun
Powder, Fuse and
Gaps, Brushes in
Paint, White-wash
Scrubbing, Horse,
Dandy and Whisk,
and a full line of
Table and Pocket
Cutlery.
We purpose doing
a CASH BUSINESS
and all orders intrust
ed to us will be sub
ject to a cash discount of 5 per cent,
—our motto being,
"Small Profits and
Quick Returns."
Thanking the Pnblic gener*
ally Or Ike liberal patronage
accorded to ns In Ihe pnul, we
trust by strict attention to
business to merit a contlim.
ance of Ihe same.
T.d. TRAPP,
licUsuer £ If pmisBr,
COMMISSIONS IN THK COUNTRY
PR0M1TLV RXKCUTKI).
Tt IE MU MUP AHD OH EASY TERMS:
1 McCORMlCK TWINE I1INI.KII,
2 MEADOW I.A11K HEAI'ERN,
3 TRIUMPH REAI'KIIH,
1 BUCKEYE MOWER,
I IT1IICA HAY RAKE.
OLASS WINDOWS ft DOORS
AT FAOTOItY RATKH.
Jnt'2tp
DRESS-MAKING.
Misses McDOUGALL
OOLUMBIA   STRKET,
New Westminster, B. C.
mer Batlsfuctfon guarantee-], Jc20lc
NEW WESTMINSTER.
vtsiTon-
Tho DMi-ui of New lVrit niInner.
PHINCIPAI--
II. riciiniN-nhiimi, Esu.. B. A, (of
Oxfonl Unlvemily, nml Leimoxvllli-
Sohool, P.<1.)
HOARD OF EDUCATION-
Tli*! Hit-Imp, Tbe Ven. Ari-hilcicun of
Coluinliln. Tho Hev. II. <;. Vleani-N.
Clinton, V. N. Trew, Kitq., SI.!»., ti.
K, CorlMililiI, Eni|.
NEGOTIATIONS ARE NOW IN PRO-
Ki-088 for tlio ofiioes of Vli-c-1-rliiclinil '
nnd Matron.
Extensiveiiil-IIUon-- lollic |iri'inl.si's will
tio mado during tlie liolldiiyn.
Anolcctlon to four fi(>lio]nrHlitpHof *:n
per nnn um oacH will bo held shortly after
tho commencement of term.
Tho School will ro-open tit Ilii* Iwgiii-
nliiK of September.
ApnlieatmnH to bo sent to the
TMSHOP OF NEW WESTMINSTER.
 Je28to     j
HBYer Offered in
HAVING CONCLUDED TO GIVB UP
btiNlnesB I shall sell the entire stock
eoiislNtlngof Dry Goods, Clothing, Men's
Furnishing Goods, Boots, Shoes, etc., nt
25 Per Cent.
Below Cost.
Suits from $5.00 upwards.
U yards host Print, for JfJl.OO
14 " " Whito Oottoii.. 1.00
14 " "Brown " .. 1.00
10 ii No.l heavy Drilling, 1.00
10 " Canton Flnnnol..... 1,00
Best 8/4 Bed Sheeting, 25c. per yd.
Fine Children's Shoes, 75c. per pair. ]
Fine " Straw Hats, 25e. ea. |
10 pair Ladies' Stockings, nil colors, I
for Jjl.OO.
10 pair Hen's Socks for $1.00,
Men's White Shirts, 75c. each.
Best blue, gray and brown Overalls, |
75c. per pair.
Come and secure Bargains!
before we close our store.
G. LEISER.
New Westminster, May 18,18S6.
 myWtc
-PttAOTIOATi-
Has just reoeiveit for tlie Iloli-lnys a I111J
assortineut of Gold and Silvor
JEWELR
GENTS'
BOLD & SILVER WATCHER
ladles Size Swiss Gold Wate he j
from t-25 to |!55,
Ladles Size American Steml
winding Gold Watches, a\
. $32.50.
RKXEMBKK-Wo do not sell "fHl«r|
Watohcs said Jewelry as soliil gold.
Our goods are gunranteeil jnstnsrel
presented, and prices lower than un*f
other house in 11. C.
COLONIAL BLOCK,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B   C|
The Colonial
BOOTiSHOi
STORE,
Colonial Hotel Building
NEW WESTMINSTER,
Wm.Ros!
MPtm-mi ANIIilKAI.KII IN
BOOTS and SHOES
Thu French lenoir, Uoodymr, Pink
I'rloii. Iiii'liniiii', Cnsslls I Co,,
trmu Hold<-11 mul Slaler
BoijIi and Shorn.
LAIIIHM ANII (1BNTI.KMKN AllH lit
H|li'irtfllll>- Invlll'il loi-llli lllll.' i-Miii
Inotlinslooh,
I lirivi'iilsriiiii liniiil Dili
l«roT< H.< 1VHII\» 1KATIIKK WATIJI
TlliHT HSfKK IIOIII'.
Wlrli'li now lakes the place nr kiiiii Imnl
lyj»le
NOTICE.
i l,\, ACCOUN1-S OVY. T(J MR M1IB
/\  tir bftld fprtliwltti olliorwlne thoy wil
ln> -ilni'iil In Un- IhiikIn nf my KoMolmr.
tl. I.KIHKIt,
Now Wi'MmliiHii-r, May IN, WHU.
IDinyStii llic §rftialt Columbian.
Wednesday Hornluf. Jaly SI, 1886.
For Sale IO0O .J-l-am-Is and kitsclicap,
Apply at tills ollice. nplUtc
Tlio atr. YoBeinite arrived from Viotoria at 9:30 on Monday morning.
The income of tbe Methodiat missionary society thia year ia 9190,000.
A large lot of Ladies' Underclothing,
at cost price, ab Ellard k Co's.   jnlOtc
It ia expected that the gaa worka
will be in operation by the end of next
month.
The Seymour Artillery paraded laat
Sunday and attended' the Methodist
church.
flo to Kllard k Co.'s great clearance
sale for bargains in Dry Gooda and
Clothing. jnlStc
The hotly of an Indian waa found
floating in tho rivor near thia city yosterday morning.
Ladiea* and Children's Ready-made
Costumes, at leaa than cost, for wish, at
Jaa. Ellard & Co's. jnlfJto
The silver coined in England since
1883, the official report states, amounted to £8,999,942.
For Sale--Hotel doing a good paying
business; cheap. Apply at Woods,
Turner k Gamble. jyUtc
It is reported that Mr. Van Horno,
general manager of the C. P. It, will
visit thia city next week.
On Monday the str. Yosemite
brought about 70 tons of freight for
this city and 225 tons for the interior:
' * For a week and more the farmers of
this district have been busy with the
harveat, which is generally very abundant.
Phownbd.—On Sunday a fisherman
was drowned.in the river opposito this
city. Ho was in a sail boat, and the
boom struck him and knocked him
overboard.   Tho body was not found.
Body Found
Kootenay.-—A despatch from Kootenay states that Col. Baker has been
elected by a majority of 37 over Mri
Brown, the opposition candidate. In
his election address'Col. Baker explicitly stated that he would support tbe
present government.
Mrs. YiiumaitB lias been delighting
the people of Victoria with her eloquent and instructive lectures on temperance.
Subscribers to the Vancouver Weekly
Herald ite requested to send in their
names addressed to "The Herald,"
Vancouver, B. C. , jnlOtc '
Mr. Oliver Campbell returned yesterday froni Ontario, accompanied by
hia sister who has been In the oast
about three years.
The first through C. P. It. train
from Vancouver, B. O., for Montreal,
reaohed .the. latter city yesterday on
t&~Mtam Free PmtJt  *
The time is near at band when British Columbian watera will be deemed
the richest bonanza on the Pacifio
coaBt,— San Francisco Clironicle,
Mr. Crake announces the arrival
from England of a tine stock of fashionable jewelry at bottom prices, See
.advertisement iu another column.-,;
' Mr. Ham, of the Winnipeg Manitoban, was in tliis city yosterday. He
is Bcurrying round spying out tho lam'
and getting pointers for his paper.
It is rumored that Mr. Dewdney is
to be appointed governor of the Northwest for anothor term. That will bo
a relief to some British Columbians.
"You've got the finuat city in British Columbia" said a gentleman who
arrived here Monday night, after Bee-
ing Victoria, Nanaimo and Vancouver.
Herbert Gladstone says thero will
probably bo another British general
election within a year. Mr. Schnad-
horit aays there will bo another in aix
months. !   -
Hon. Senator Melnnea arrived in
Cornwall Thursday, from London,
Eug., where he was visiting the Colonial exhibition. Ottawa Free Pres*,
July 13.
In addition to our new stock of spring
goods wo have opened an invoice of
Diagonals, West of England Broadcloths
and French Caasimeres. Walsh the
Model Tailor. Herbert Walsh, Manager. ap21to
And now it is reported tlint the.
Hon. John Curling, minister of agriculture, is to visit British Coluiubia
this summer. If the report is correct
, j we ahaU have the pleasure of entertaining threo honorablo .Johns nll in
one season.
PttBtiBYTKRY    OF    COLUMBIA. — We
have been requested to state that the
newly organized Presbytery of Columbia in connection with the Presbyterian Church in Canada, will meet in
this city on Tuesday the 3rd of August at o'clock a. m. Communications
intended for tbe Presbytery may be
sent to tho Moderator, the. llcv, R.
Jamieson, from whom all needed information may be attained.
Sin John. —It was reported yeBterday that Sir John Macdonald was at
Calgarry on his way to this province.
It is not known when he will arrive, I
as he is travelling slowly aud taking in
all the sights. At an adjourned meeting hold in the council chambers yeaterday afternoon it was decided t^ oall
a public-meeting of citizens, on Thursday night to consider what steps should
be taken for Sir John's reception here.
Laijnkhu, July 20,—Tlio body of a
white man was found on Westham
Island, near thia place, this morning.
Body not identified. Tho coroner haa
been notified. [Tbis ia probably the
body of the fisherman drowned at
Brownsville Sunday morning.—Ed.]
Ayer's Sarsaparilla is the most effective blood-purifier ever devised. It is
recommended by the beat physicians.
The Public Dinner.
BAHftUET TO THE HON. MR. WHITE.
gnvernrrtcnt;
Salammho.—This iti the title of a
new romance just translated from the
French by M. French Sheldon. The
story belongs to a vary remarkable
period of history, and is full of tragic
interest, Of the translation Wilkio
Collins Bays it ''has honestly met and
has triumphantly conquered the innumerable difficulties of transforming
the language of France into the language of England," The author of
Salarambi* ia Flaubert, and it is published by Saxon & Co,, London and
New York.
Hoiiribl^ ; 'TB+dtoy^The following horrible tragedy perpetrated on
election day, has juat come to light.
It was discovered.by a reportorof the
Post nhdU on tfuty.*-£-Mteway "ear the
water front: It seems that on election
day Dave 'e told Smith to Duval he
could to eiect ?Duck, and Williams
hearing • it rushed toward the polls
with his Lipsett, shouting "What are
Wriglea worth?" ahd tried to Turner,
but found that a man had gut there
Prior to him, and all he could do was
to get Heav in, saying afterwards that
ho didn't Carey rap anyhow. — Ktc.
Post,
Police Coubt.—On Monday a Chinaman wai sent down 6 mos. for sup*
plyimr liquor to Indians, nnd another
got 2 mos. for exposing his person on
the atreet.   Ark Red, a Celestial, was
heard on a charge of keeping a bad
house.   It seems that the house is now
cloned, and its inmates have left the
city. - The evidence left  but little
doubt of the man's guilt, but it waa
not considered sufficient to warrant a
conviction.    The ease was therefore
dismissed, and   the  magistrate   took
occasion to instruct the constables to
arrest at once any female found soliciting men for improper purposes and he
would aee that they received appropriate   punishment.    On    Tuesday   a
Frenchman was charged with drunkenness aud fined $3.   Two Indians, who
represented themselves as constables,
were brought up on a charge of assaulting a Chinaman.   It seems that they
found this Chinaman with a bottle in
a sack coming down from the railway
works, and proceeded to arrest him for
having liquor in his possession! They
were marching him to the lockup when
they were stopped and the Chinaman
released by instructions from the city
authorities.   The court imposed a fine
of $3.50 on each of these native police'
■noh.
On FuRtoufiH.--Miss S. M. Lawrence, of the Methodist Mission at the
Nanaimo Indian Camp, leaves this
morning per steamer for New Westminster, en route to Ontario, on an
extended visit to her friends in Toronto and Collingwood. For aix and
a half years past Mias Lawrence has
been engaged in missionary - work
among the Indians of British Columbia, at Port Kitamaat and for the last
nine months at Nanaimo. She has
proved herself a most self-denying, devoted and successful missionary, and
has done much to educate and Chris*
tianiee those among whom ahe has
labored. Especially in the matter of
education has marked progress been
made in the Nanaimo Indian Camp
since Miss Lawrence was placed in
charge. Not will lhe Christian lady
of whom we write be missed by the
i Indians only, for her hand bu been
A Nkw  Tenor.—A new tenor haa l-evflf-f good *ork '   "
l| I -The case against Oeo. Hutcheson,
charged with assaulting his wife, came
up again before the district court on
Monday, and was again enlarged for a
week. The magistrate stated that he
would grant uo further enlargement
nfter that date.
It is stated that theru were 170 ballots spoiled in tlie Yale election. This
ia a very large number. Tlie spoiled
ballots* are believed to liave been intended for tho following candidates:
Semlin 48, Vornon 36. Martin 28, Irwin 20, Nicholson 24, Roadley 14.
Rev. T. D. Pearson of Brnntford
■ was the first to purchase a through
i   ticket  from  Vancouver to Toronto.
Ho left there Tuesday Inat at 13 o'clock
.  and arrived yesterday at 11:30 a.m.
He Bjieaka highly of the C. P. K. as a
through route.—Toronto  World, Jtdii
IS.
Hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair.lie-
newer never fails In restoring gray hair
to Its youthful color, lustre, and vitality.,
Dr. A. A. Huyes, State Assaycr'of Mas
sachusets, endorses It, and all who givo
it a fair trill unite In grateful testimony
to its many virtues.
Tht Dominiun Express Oo. has |
taken ovi-r the business of the British
Columbia Express Co. in this province
except between Ashcroft and Cariboo
and from Victoria to Nanaimo. The
office in this city remaini in thu hands
of the very efficient agent Mr. C. O.
Major.
The str, Evangel has been repaired
and is now on the route again between
thia city and Seatt lo. Yesterday morning she arrived with about 200 boxes
crackers and 25 passengers for this
city and Vancouver.   She intends to
stay on the route, all reports to the
contrary notwithstanding.
President Van Horne has issued a
i-circular inviting, on behalf of ihu di-
i' rectors, the senators and member* *-f
parliament to mako a trip over the
through lino in small parties nr aingly
as they choose, and at their own-cuu*
. vonience during the seas-m,. tlie necos-
; oary special tickets being furnished to
madd   hiB appearance in Stockholm,
Ho is a soldier named Bradboat, and
posscssea such a marvelous voice that
several musical professors havo been
contending for the honor of educating
him gratuitously. He made his debut
recently at the Theatre Royal and his
appearance attracted all the Sweedish
ariatocracy and elite of society. He
sang "William Tell," and the purity
t>f -his voice and the ease with .which
he attained the highest notes so excited tho admiration of the audience
that they unanimously pronounced him
tho worthy peer of his country woman,
Madame Nilssyii.    . n
T ;*■:" ■l-:r*t■;■"-■;■;■*■'■-    ■■> ft•[
ThhSistebn' HoswVaiI.—In ow last
issue we mentioned that a Roman
Catholic hospital was about to bo
erected in this city. We learn that
the new building will be 46x80 feet,
3 stories high, with stono basement 8
feet, high, and the estimated coat is
$30,000. Of thii sum the Bigbop haa
subscribed $1500, and the balance ia
t'i be raised by thc Sisters, who will
ahortly wait ou our citizens fur that
puspusc. It is staled lhat the management of the, hospital will be free
from sectarianism, patients ■ belonging
to all religious denominations being
admit(ed freely. The building promises to be a handsome one, and will be
a substantial ornament to our rapidly
expanding and beautiful city. ,
them on application.
In tho contents of the fint through
train of twenty cars duapatehed on the
. O. P. R. this weok, were six cars-of
Manitoba flour shipped by Messrs.
Ogilvio & Co.    Thoy wore billed for
' tho Pacific Coast, and witli the other
lota to go forward will, it is said, forestall Oregon Hour which has been going
into   British   Oolumbia. — Monetary
' Time*, Toronto.
Our friend of the Victoria JVihm ia
.an expert whh the scissors, but his
1 habit of appr .prlaling without credit
sometimes leads to embarrassment. In
Saturday's Times, for example, the
following paragraph appeared: "The
survey of the proposed weslern extension of thu C. I*. II. is tn be made
forthwith from thia city lo Chatham
and (he Detroit river. Of course
this was clipped from an erutern pa|ier
without owl it, and ifinis tis if Iho
C. P. ll. wan about In be 't-xtemltd
from Vic'oria (where it does ji»t go at
all) to Chatham, Ontario'
Tub Fihstfrom B. C—The Winnipeg Free Press announces the receipt
of a box of cherries aent by Mr.
Chas. L. Hanson, who id engaged iu
this province in' laying out orchards
for an eminent Minnesota nursery
firm. The box waa accompanied by
the following letter tii Hie eMtot." "I
have much pleasure in sending you
by the firat through express from the
Pbcitic to the Atlantic the first fruit
that hns ever been shipped from British Columbia, which ''is a box'of cherries of English ox-hearls, and hope
same will reach you in good order.
They ure from Dr. Truwe garden at
Now Westiniuster and will give you
some idea of the magaiiificciit fruit we
?;row here, and the day Ih not far dis-
ant when Manitoba will be supplied
by nil the fruits*fh'nt can'bfl grown in
Englnud at very reasonable pricea."
A (iKNKiui. Amnestv,—The Winnipeg Free Press of' the 15th nay's tlmt it
is probable that before the end of the
weel. a general amnesty will bo proclaimed to all thusu implicated in thu
rebellion uf 1885. There will hu no
exceptions in the caao of leaders; and
afier its promulgation Gabriel Dumant
will bu free to roturii to his Saskatchewan htimu after whieh he is reported
to bu pining in his exile. The efl'oct of
the amnesty will ba, to make thu half-
breeds who bore arms ou Iho rebel
side more at their ease, many of lhe
more timorous having buen -ifmid to
return to B-tlochu and renew their
tifjricullurul labors It-st they -lioiild be
arrest ed for und imprisoned for complicity in the rebellion, Theatuiicsty,
of c -ursc, oiniiot extend to those un
durgoing imprison men t iti Stony mountain penitentiary, but in their cuuu the
pardoning power., .will, probably ho
aiiutiltaneotialy i-xbwisi-d. .
.,_.. in the city—notably
no in the temperance cause, in connection with the Blue Ribbon society aud
the Band of Hope, from which ahe will
be greatly missed. We are sure many
will join us in wishing Miss Lawrence
a pleasant holiday and a safe return,
in doe time, to the Pacific province.—
NandUno Free Pre**, -Tidy 17. Miss
Lawrence arrived in this city on Satur-
day, and will probably leave for the
east by the C.P.R. to-morrow.
Mobk C.  P.  R.   Wrinkles.— It
i certain that the O. P. R. syndicate proposes to keep quite up to the
times, and adopt all the latest and
moat   useful   railway, wrinkles.     A
Montreal   despatch   says;   "General
Traflic Manager Old*, of the C. P. R.,
has issued a circular stating that the
merchants and manufacturers of Canada have expressed a desire for special
facilities for cauvasaing the trade of j
(ho Northwest and British Colombia.
It has been decided to run a specisl
commercial   train   for this purpose.
The train will be composed of new
box cars,  large size, fllled up with
steps  and   windows, and   netwasary
shelving and tables fur the display of
goods, and one of more first class Bleeping cars and a dining car.   It is proposed to charge $500 fmm any point
on the comjMnyVlinu between Quebec aud Detroit river for eaoh half car
and one.salesman, including first-dims
sleeping accommodation and menls on
the! train, and $350 from Winuipug.
Stops are proposed to be made as follows: At Port Arthur, one day; Winnipeg, two--jays; Portage La Prairie,
Brandon, Regina,   Calgary,   Donald,
Kamloops and Vale one day each, and
at thu Pacific terminus sufficient time
will'tie allowed the salesmen to visit
Viotoria and New  Westminster with
their samples, which it is presumed
will last five or six days.   The entire
trip is expected to occupy about thirty
days." :■•■' ■ •
A' New   Proposal—The   Frenoh
government, as if it had not enough
of troublesome matter* to dtscuia and
dispose of, hu just tackled with
very big contract, which, it is to be
feared, it will not he able to carry
through. It proposes in sober earnest
to put down betting of all kinds. The
modus operandi has not yet been
made known, but butting of all kinds
and in all circumstances is to bu put
down by legal enactment and by its
attendant pains and penalties. We
with the republic all success in the
good work, for it would be u good
work if* the thinif could be managed.
The bantpiot given to lhe Hon. Mr.
Whilo,  Minister   of  the Interior, tit
the   Colonial   Hotel, in this city, on
Saturday night,  was   attended by a
goodly assemblage of our lending and
representative mon.   Members of the
bench and bur, uniformed oflicera of
our gallant militia, senators, M. P.s,
M.   P.   P.s,   would-be  M.  P.b  and
M. P. P.s, members of our civic board,
bankers, merchants,  honest working
men, gentlemen of leisure, -ftc, lent
lustre and diversity to tho gathering.
The dinner waa unfortunately delayed
until about 0:30 p.  m., and at that
hour between 50 and ISO of the above
mentioned prominent citizens filed into the spacious dining room of the
Colonial Hotel und took their se.its at
the richly laden tables.   Mayor Dickinson ably presided, assisted by Capi
Bole, M. P. P., in the vice-chair.   To
the right of tho mayor was the guest
of the evening, supported liy Senator
Nelson, Mr.   Homer, M. P., and ofli-
cora of the militia.     Thu table and
mantel-pieces wore ornate with bouquets, and the hospitable board fairly
groaned beneath the rich and varied
comestibles.
At the proper time tho chairman
rose and, with a few well chosen remarks, proposed the first toast, "Thu
Queen,' which was enthusiastically received.
Capt. Bole proposed ''The Governor
General, and prosperity to Canada,"
coupled with the name of the Hon.
Thomas White, and offered a few appropriate remarks.
The Hun. Mr. White lose, amid en-
thusiastio applause, and tendered his
cordial thanks for the toast which hud
i'ust been proposed, as well as fur the
;ind reception that he had received
in this city and the province generally.
The  present  goveruor-gunoral, Lord
Lansdowne, under our constitutional
system the representative of royalty,
like his predecessors, fully recognized
aud ably fulfilled the duties and privileges  of  his   high   office,   and  well
merited the confidence and esteem of
the people   of  thia wide Dominion,
which ho enjoyed in common with his
advisors, the federal minister-?.   The
prosperity of Canada waB a subject iu
which he (the speaker) took the deepest interest; he waB a native Canadian
himself (cheers) and proud uf being a
Canadian aud  a British subject (renewed cheers).    Our great Dominion
had within itself all the elements of
greatness, and only required development,   A very promising future lay
before us, but there were some dangers
which ihould be guarded againBt, especially the cherishing and indulging
in a spirit of narrowness and provincialism; ou the contrary, we should
cultivate and practice a spirit and sentiment as wide aa the Dominion; ho
would not say that the rights of the
various provinces should not be maintained, but that all questions should
be regarded in tbe light of a common
Canadian sentiment, and   instead of
clashing one with the othor, ahould be
harmonised aa far as possible so as to
conduce to general Canadian prosperity.    When union took place some believed that there could be but little
in common between  British Columbia and Canada; but that great work,
the' Canadian Pacific Railway, which
it had often been predicted would result  in  financial ruin to the whole
country, had been brought to a successful   and   triumphant completion,
and no one now would have any difll-
culty ui discovering indications of that
community of interest which ut no re-
mute period was aure to spring up between the enst mid the weat, united by
a band of iron.   (Applause.)   He had
visited aome of the lumbering establishments and had been struck with
the extousiveneas.of their operations;
millions  of    feet   of   lumber    were
being manufactured into boxes alone
for holding canned fish, which would
hu Buiit to the eastern provinces und
elsewhere.      Such    evidences    were
gratifying to him, as well as a matter
of satisfaction lo the wholu Dominion.
There were other resources which the
railway would greatly assist in developing; the prospects for inter-provincial trade were almost illimitable; the
fishing industry, whioh had already
reached an advanced stage of development, would still continue to develop
more rapidly than before; new industries    would   inevitably  spring  into
existence.   * There had been an im-
preasiou in eastern Canada that British
Coiumbin was a "sea of mountains;"
he hsd now seen British Columbia for
himself;   the mountuius weru there,
without. doubt, but they were full of
riches, aud ut thu same time the whole
country abounded in resources which
were certain in the early future to be
developed through the railway.   (Applause.)     British Coiumbin was specially adapted for fruit raising, and all
available   land   should   be converted
into fruit orchards—not  an isolated
orchard here and there, but tho whole J
country should be one vuat fruit gar* j
dun.   Ou the other side of the mouii-
wns the same 0..,-,umvm
tliat had constructed the yreat national highway thut was destined to play
such an important pint in Ihe development and prosperity tif this province
ami the wliole Dominiun. We were
all anxious to see Sir John Macdonald
out here also.   (Applause.)
Mayor Dickinson then gave "The
Legislative Assembly of British Columbia," coupled with the names of
Messrs. Bole and Ladner, M. P. P.s
Mr. Bole replied. Ho said hu wss
afraid he was becoming a standing
dish at the banquet; he must, howover, say a few words about the legislative assembly. He was sorry to say
that a great deal of time' had beon
taken up by that body in the making
of bad laws; many of them were
strangled immediately after their
birth by the authorities  ut Ottawa,
€ommnmoitunui.
OiirDlstliiffUlsUed Visitors.
Kditor Columbian.—lt is the opinion
of u large number of persons that dis*
tingaished statesmen who come to this
province, especially those who come on
public business, ought to be accessible to
the public. When these statesmen are
hustled off with their families to a private house this cannot be. Ther-- were
a large number of citizens who would
have been glad to call upon Hon. Thos.
White and his family, but invitations
were limited to a select few, and several
of tliese found no opportunity of paying
om-. reBpects to the visitors.   In Vic*
D. Drysdale & Co.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED,
Ex Canadian Pacific Railw'y
Direct froni the Eftat, our first consignment of
■ni-w-iu*. none put up at a public ho-
 _  ... ,.,„„„„, ,tel,and Sir John Macdonald has taken
large proportion of the bal-   »»mi at a hotel alao.   It Is well known
•■•-■- :.. j.-j that there la In thiscltyatlea.it
ancc were decapitated in due course
of law whon they camo before the supreme court; laws ahould be impregnable to the lawyers.   We had long
since pusaed the day when wc should
look out for provincial rights alone;
we should uot neglect to consider these
matters with rospect to tho higher interests of the Dominion.   The navigation of tho Fraser was a subject to
which he would refer; tbe board of
trade had dwelt un this in their memorial; when the Victorians took away
thu capital, tbey had been forced to
leave tho Fraser, but they had left the
snags also (laughter) and these were a
great inconvenience   to   navigation.
The snag-boat's spells of   usefulness
wore, like angels' visits, few and far
between, but he did nut blame Capt.
Grant for this atato of things; it was
the Dominion authoritiea that were to
blame; the snag-boat should be kept
continuously and   actively employed
(applause).   These and other matters
should be kindly:pressed upon the attention of the Dominion authorities;
he was certain, by the sample of the
federal ministers we   had among us
thut the government intended to do
right.   (Applause).   Mr. Ladner also
replied briefly to this toast, and thanked the proposer and those who had so
heartily seconded him.    As he had
no political career to fall back upon,
ho would have to fall back upon—his |
career!   (Cheers and laughter.)
The chairman proposed "The Militia
uf Canada," which was responded to
by Capt, Peele, whu gave; a succinct
und interesting resume of the hardships endured and the achievements
performed by our "citizen soldiers" in
the lato rebellion in the Northwest.
Tho whole world had taken note uf the
Northwest campaign; in this campaign
the militia of Canada made a record
that would   compare favorably with
that of any campaign in history. They
marched 35 miles a day with the ther* '
mometer 23° below zero; at the end of
that march they fought; they fought
and won; they had a wily and skilful
foe, who knew tho country, and 'they
guttered a greater proportionate loss
than that of the Franco-Prussian war.
Their commissariat, which was organized in the space uf  one week, was,
admirable, and superior to thtt .of the j
old country.   The   Canadian militia
had also done well iii the Soudan. He
was proud to belong to such an organization, and felt it a great honor to
respond to this toast.
Senator NelKon proposed * 'The Mayor and Council of New Westminster."
He had great pleasure in proposing
this toast; he could see many old faces
around- him, and some of the old faces
were still in the counoil; he felt a
 . ..j »■/ «n.-H one hotel good enough fer any statesman, no
matter how distinguished, and there the
visitors whom we should be glad to hou-
or would be accessible to those of our
citizens who might wish to make their
acquaintance, f saw a paragraph in the
Columbian not long ago to the effect that
Sir John would, on his arrival, be the
guest of a gentleman who does nut even
reside within the city limits. Tliis is a
mistake. If Sir John wishes to maintain the popularity he so thoroughly enjoys he ought not to shut liiinaelfup In a
private house where no person will presume to call upon him except by special
invitation. Why should he shun the
hotels of this oity -when the hotek of
Victoria are good enough for him. I
hope the programme will be changed,
and that our public men, who are In a
sense public property, will permit themselves to be approached by as many of
the public as feel disposed to offer their
respects, Cekhob.
Ax Invisible Foe, — The poisonous
germs of disease are lurking iu the air
we breathe and in the water we drink.
The system Bhould be kept carefully
purified and all the organs toned to proper aotion. This can best be done by
regulating, purifying and tonic powers of
Burdock Blood Bitters.
The* British exports of iron and
steel were for the first five months of
this year 1,255,131 tona, as compared
with 1,212,542 tons for the corresponding period uf 1885. The totals are
atill less than thusu for 1884, but are
nevertheless on the upward trend,
which is a satisfactory indication that
trade generally is reviving.
A Radical Change.— The best eradi-
cator of foul humors of the Blood is Burdock Blood Bitters. A few bottles produce a radical change for the better iu
health and beauty, It removes the
blood taint of Scrofula, that terrible disease so common in tliis country.
A luminous cement is now made in
England, and may be used for ceilings,
at the ends of bridges, along paths and
roads, and wherever the sunlight may,
during tbe day, excite the phosphorescent quality of the material, and
make it glow at night.
The Best Vet.—There is no preparation before the people to-day that commands their confidence more, or meets
with a better sale than does Dr. Fowler's
Extract of Wild Strawberry -the infallible remedy for all forms of Summer
Complaints,
BY THE FIRST THROUGH TRAIN,
comuriNa or—
Hosiery, Lace Mitts, Silk Gloves,
Warner's Henlth Corsets,
Celebrated French C. P. Corsets,
Kid Cauntlet Driving Cloves, Ac.
jtyTtc
D. DRYSDALE & CO.,
New *iVestjii*(siisii.
cs
E SALE
great interest in this city, and hoped
for it a bright future. The mayor
briefly responded to this toast; as it
wss gutting-late he would nut lay
much. Coun. Lord also responded
and tendered his thanks. Hs recollected that the visit of tord Dufferin
and all our distinguished visitors from
tho east had resulted in good to this
province, and he had no doubt that on
the present occasion the visit of the
Hon, Mr. Whito would result in-good
likewise; he believed that tho Dominion governmont ihould give * free
grant to every bona fids settler on
Dominion land.
"The Press" was given by Mr.
Hole, and responded to by Mr. Kelly,
of the Mainland Guardian and Port
Moody Gazette. He said that he remembered when it was an honor to
belong to the "fourth estate," but that
time had passed. Ths pre* bad oome
to bo Bwayed by mercenary motives
only and would prostitute itself for
the "almighty dollar." There were,
however, some honorable exceptions,
which, like Cwsar's wife, were abovo
reproach, and he represented two of
them.   (Uproarious applause).
The proceedings were brought to a
close shortly before 12 o'olock by the
singing of the national anthem.
Rev. Daniel Jones of Agra says ths
changes going on in India are astounding. Natives are lecturing against
child marriage; widow remarriage is
rapidly gaining ground, and new sects,
far more tolerant of Christianity, are
springing up.       _*
Unknown—There is no remedy known
to medical science that can excel Dr.
Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry as
a cure for Cholera Morbus, Diarrhea,
Dysentery, or any form of Summer Complaint afflicting children or adults.
FOR.      CASH!
IN EVERY DEPARTMENT
FI TBE NEXT MM UW.
JAMES ELLARD* CO.
A temperance hotel haB been opened
i   top of  Ben   Nevis, the  highest
mountain of Scotland.
The Fact ani tbe Law!
City Council. — Council met on
Monday night. Present, the mayor
.^-■^niulriBolii,,,,, Shiles, Douglas,
Elliott, Calbick, Lord, and Ron. A
communication was received fiom tho
R.O.P.M.Cii, Hating that if the mat
[er of tilling BttvetB wj,j. MWI]UI- ,VttB
left with Iho board of worka it could
probably be arranged satisfactorily.
On motion the board of works was
requested to ascertain tho probable
*»t of filling up fillioost. with saw-
dust. 1 he mayor reported verbally na
to steps tnkon to receive the Hon.
Ihi-s. White, (he cost to the city boing
111 The mavor called attention to
tlio great nnisniico in rear of tho Maple Leaf saloon, Coml. Ilmison pre-
ii'tititd a plan showing the location of
gaBlamp-j W, R. Lewis and 3 othors
applied for permission to erect a tank
■•" U'wn m^iier nf Queen's Avenue and
Diiialm* st. . Thr,,board nf woikawHi
niithin-i/.t'd tu ivimrt  ->n ihe matter.
■ Council iidjoniiied till next Monday,
A html Us practicability, however, there
is room for grave doubt: | It is to be
expected that all Inileries, liuih
sacred  and   sevilar, will   be rigidly
Iiut down, aud uu ono who
mows anything of ihu history uf
those institution* would for s moment
object. The ' pnk-cxs, however, in
order to havB even the ghost nf success
must be a root and brunch one. U
mes\ not spare lhe ijua^-rt-ligimi* ur
benevolent appeal to chance, but must
mako all, whether f»r a church bull,
for au international canal, or for mere
pectniary gain, pnu lhroUg(i exactly
thu same prorcfrt. W.tl ii do this ? If
B-t, good and well, mi.I if it enact suoh
a law, will it he a living power ur only
a dead letter! Wu hi-pij ttie former,
but fear tho latter, Franco hus not
yet arrived at thai point uf m-<rflliiy
and fair deiiliin' whieh w**ulil make
such legislation i fleet ivo. At-* uy rale,
*t ii clear that Brim iu imi hur ol-miea
lave not-Qhbr.
Cardinal Mutniiin.- snys ho is in fav- r
of home rule in Ireland, o-iiisis'tmt
with the inlej-riiy [if thn enipiro Slid
the sovereignty tA the impend par?
I lament,
President ulut'elaiiil has vetoed un
even hundred bills. Hu Ins Imt nine
nmre to msko to Hindi the aggreuate
of all retoea since thi* gnver out lib*
gau.
1       • -*- •- -***——■
To attempt to transact business
without advertising, lenuirU a ahroffd
business man, is like winking nl a girl
In tho dnrk.
. 'Ti-li'dn, Out V lm.-ii.tB of a young man
wh<> rmis a hundred yards in nine seo
omls without training.   Thii bests all
reciiids.
The following letter appeared in the
Colonist of Saturday:-—Section 30 of
the "Election Regulation Act" provides that "every candidate to serve in
the legislative assembly shall be nominated in writing. The writing shall
tains, to the east," lay-Yho smfmous I )>•»-w-tacribed by two regiBtcred voters
North west territoriei which, possess- j in .the district fur which auch election
'"" f' ' " ' is to bo held, aa proposer and seconder.
and by three other registered eleetors
of the Biime district as asieiitmg to the
1101111111111011." Sectiou JJfi of the set
provides that "any votes given st the
election fur any other candidate timn
thusu so iiomtiiated shall be null and
void.". This, then, is bow the question \
stand'. Mr. Semlin waa uninitiated
!>y ii pen-in who, U is admitted, is a
Jtri ish subject, but is not a voter.
The person asaentyig is not only not a
- ■" but nn American oil won as well,
L
tng few uf tho resources of this province, wouhl, in the near future, afford
an almost unlimited market fur the
timber, the fish, and the fruit of British Columbia. He pointed out the
community of interest certain to ull*
suo ns the result of what bo termed n
true reciprocity between thu various
frovinces of the Dominion, and urged
tritish Columbiana to striko out as
Canadians for the development of Canadian interests (cheers), predictwj
that the early future would satisfy the
nmst Bangui no hopea of the must enthusiastic optimist. He had received
from people of all parties and of all
classes the greatest poBsitde kiuduess,
and he assured thu audience tlmt he
would carry back with Inm a lively
sense of the good will nml hospitality
shown him everywhere ihrotuthout
British Columbia, nud lie wmil I endeavor in a like spirit to do the wry
lituiimf thot Ite could for ihu proviucti,
in whose prosperity he iumv felt a
greater interest than evor. The hon.
gentleman took his ae.it amid loud
snd prolonged applause.
Thu mayor then gave "Thu Lieut.*
Governor,' followed by Mr, Bolo,
who proposod "The Senate aud Hours
of Commons uf Cinada,** coupled with
the names of Senator Nelson and Mr.
Homer, M. P. Sonat-r Nelson, responding said hu would nut delay the
company, ss it was getting late, but
heartily thanked them on his own In-
half and ou hehalf uf the senate.
Mr, Homer (endured his thanks fur
the honor done thu house of cummiuis
and himself; hu assured his heari-rs
thnt the commons would always bus
tain the honor nnd integrity of the
country; all knew Mr, Whito by reputation as a staunch friend of Britiih
Columbia, one who.hadcnmo forward
in the 'darkest days in her behalf. It
was the government of which the Hon,
Mr, White -was a member that wna
pursuing a policy thnt was covering
the Dominion with a network of rait-
From Pole to Pole
AVER'S SaRSIP-UIILLA Iiur  ik'l ll on at nil i-il   itl
power ot euro for all dlM-a-H**- of Die blood.
The Harpooner's Story.
I .. ifeaJhd/tsrd, June 1,1883.
Dn. J. C. ATIR St Co.—Twin ty yam ngo I
wu a tuu-pooner In the North radii--, -a-Iu-ii Uw
others of tbe crew and myself were lnl<l un wllh
scurry* Our bodies were Wuaicrf, -.--inm ■ wolli-n
sod bfcediBf, teeth loou, purple lilutcln-a all
over iu, and oar broth wcmi'd rotten. Take it
by and large wo were pretty badly off. All our
llme-Jutcw was accidentally ricilroycd, but tlw
captain had m counte doron bolllrn of Ana's
SABUMMU.A and nvo us that. We recovered on It quicker than I hnve crcr inn turn
brourtUboutby any other treatment for Scurry,
sod I've sees a good deal of ll. Bccing no mention In your Almanac of your BarMpnrllla being
ModforMnrry.Ithonght you ought to know of
thia, end ao aeud yoo tbe facta.
Ika*H*ctfully your*,   Ralph V. Wikoati.
Th« Troopsw'i Experience.
Ma*Mn,Baiutoland(S. Africa,) March., 1.SS3.
Dr. J. O. A via Ss Co.—(Itiitlemoti; I lmvo
much pleasure to testify to lhe grent value of
your Barsaparllla. We havo been Miulon'-d
hero for over two years, during which ttmi* we
had lo Ilvo in IcntH.   Belli)* under ciiuvm* f,
suoh a timo brought on, what Is culled In UiIh
country --Teldt-eorea.'' I hnd thoso idrca for
•ome time.   I wna advised lo Inke your r-nrnu.
Sarllta, two bottles of which imtdu mv mn*
luppeor rapidly, nnd I am now milii- well.
Yours trufy, T. K. Uoiien,
Trooper, Cape .Vaunt,tl IHjltmtn.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla
I. t*w only ttaormislily eflbottvo blood.prirlfliT,
111. only tnediolno tliat rrndkate. Hid imi k .if
Hcrofuls, Mercury, llllil ContSDlotlJ 1i!*i-;.m.
from thu system.
FREPARKD Hr
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
SoM by all Druggists: Prioe tl;
81il)Mtft.foraii.
ABE  NOW   SHOWING   A  COMPLETE  STOOK  IN  EVERY
DEPARTMENT, ONE Ol* THE LARGEST AND BEST
ASSORTED  IN  THE   PROVINCE,  AND  AT
tf-TCOST   PRICES.*^
FRENCH, GERMAN AND ENQLISH DRESS OOODS .•
Away Duwn in Price.
olLiVO •   ft**,-), alack aU(| Colored, at Bottom Prices.
LACE TRIMMING, LACE ALL-OVERS, ORIENTAL LACES.
FANCY NET8,*C.!
Everything new and lovely. This Department far surpasses any previous aessou's efforts and cannot be equalled iu the Province. Ladies,
see for yourselves.
HOSIER1/, OLOVES, LADIES' UNDERWEAR, ACs
A truly grand stock, in every make.
BENTS' FURNISHINGS, COLLARS, TIES, HANDKERCHIEFS,
UMRRFl I AS:
All choice and cheap.
Thia department is full of all the latest antl moat beautiful
designs.
UMRRELLAS;
PRINTS:
CORSETS:
Away Down in Price.
STAPLE GOODS:
This Ilijiiiirliiiijiit should nut he ft nrutten.
Tin-sunk of Cut Ions, Shci't-
•lidnlirr
In  lnko
Vtlll'l*
In llio ous,, „f Mr. Beaven, both Mnr
>""*-* J""1 U'""-" «" Araerioin cttiuuu
iiiul, i.lili.rriali .,„ th,, vour,1 list, nre
nm o.oiitors.   It will thus be seen that
J1'*' I'liiHtioii papers of Mossrs. Scm-
in mill  lloavci, uro bad ab initio and
,   ". ."",'',* "»« 'it Ihoni ure null
id.   Tlio™ wero only ion onu-
in Vicioria and not t'raeu, as
there would have boen if Mr. Beaven
hurl  l.eoii legally nominated, and the
four oniididate. who reeeited the high-
—  number uf teiw out, namely,
its.   Prior, Turner,  D.ric   and
Dnek. slntid duly elected.  Mr. Beaven
>!"' >» ""> moo, and hat nn right
.;   , *™t in the house,   lt may
. ?;"■,""- l"lblio h"'1 n" knowledse
of Mr. Beaten', ineligibility and tbat
thoir want ol knowledge ol tbe fact is
sufficient tu override an aot ol parliament. If this be an, what ia the
nf oniicting laws? Beside., a notice
was posted at the poll, by Mr. Beaten
and lua friends tUting that he (Beaten)
was nnt disqualified, thus showing thai
tlm pnlilio did have notice of hiadia-
i|urilificatinn, because, if no nuiiee had
baon gnoii of Ibe faot, there had been
no noeessilyof contradicting it! and
when the ease ciimca up before lhe
aupruinu court, aa I am informed it
will, therlr cm bo no doubt that full
justice uill Ire inelod out ill accordance
with Hie law, and Unit Mr. Duck will
tnko Ins sent. I,r\
Nniwenr Stock.—Mr. 0. W, Henry,
of tho Port Hammond nursery, who is
now in the east selecting stock, writes
from Bowmanville Ont., as follows:
* You may say to the people of British
Columbia who weie good enough to entrust me with tlieir orders that I have
arrived in Ontario and Hnd the nursery
atock looking exceedingly well. Tell
them to got their grounds in good shape,
for they can look forward with eertaiiity
to my return there this fall with a carload of such trees as will gladden the
hearts of nil, especially those who hnve
been trying bo long to get gooil trees, for
they will be fully ns good, or even better
than represented. I nm also making Arrangements to bring out an assortment of
young trees, flowers, seeds, etc., for my
own nursery at Port Hammond, nnd nil
who are intending to semi their orders to
lie here (Bowmanville, Ont.} or if any
changes are wanted in orders already
taken, I must be notified without delay
so as to ensure attention." (.1)
 — ;-~ .-.a,..iM>ii. .iii-Biin-K ol Uottnns, Sheetings, Diapers, Napkina, ftc, Ac, i. always most complete uml all sold
at very low prices.
LADIES, dont*t fail to come and secure Bargains before Inlying elsewhere.
Ji, B. - All Howls entered on the Books will be charged at regular prices.
JAMES ELLARD & 00., UMN MUSE, WW WESTNIMTEI
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH. Ren-Ices every Morula j lit 11 A. H. Slid 7 p. ». In
tlie I'lmn-li, Rl. John street, lielow Royal
nvenue. Rents free, all are cordially In-
vlteil. Ruinlnv School ut 2J0 p. n.
 MIoJWo)
MBTHODIST   CHURCH,   Mary HI.
Rev. C. Watson, Pastor.   Ren-lee. at
pHDRCH OF KKOLAND, St, Mary's
Vj HiipiK-rton. Servlces.suiitln.vs.i ".'„"
anil JUm lun. Tliuralny., IMpitn, Dally
" " Holy Communion,
rlit'JndRiiiulnylntlie
iiili20te
_     ,       . -.SO p. ill.   Hnl,
snn.lays, 11 a.m., exeon' "
mon Hi.   All seats free.
DESIRABLE PROPERTY
FOR SALE.
THK   FOLLOWING
ollered for ante :
PnOPKItTY    IS
BAPTIST CHURCH, Itev. llolit. Lennie pHHf.-r; im-eis In Ilie Comi Houwe.
Services ftt II a.m. nmi 7p.m. Snbbnib
Hrlinnl nnd Bible CIuss'M '2M p.K. Prny*
or MeoMiiff Thursday evening at 8 o'clock,
striuigci-xcordinll'.- Invltod. iiplttu-
(TfflON LODGE Re. 9, A. F.
A> M.-Tlte regular Com*
niunlentlonn of this Lodge are
. held on (he flint Monday In eaoh
month.   SoJonrnliiB brethren nre cordlai*
ly Invited loaetcml 1>. WH-MON,
fi-i'l-li- Secret* ry.
Al
FARM FOR SALE.
1 TERMS 0A8H)
H ACRES, PARTLY IMPROVED, nl
OhllllwtlBOk, known   ns  Lot !«7,
.J 2-forSIJMJ.m.
Wood and Coal.
THK Kt < HNRRIllKK It AS ON HAND A
large quantity of
LUMP COAL
And an assortment of
CORD WOOD.
Whieh he will Bell at lowest niton.  He
will iiImi promptly attend to nil klndoof
Olden left at Mr. McOoll'istoreon Coiumbin Mreet, or at my lioime, rtmgliiH
street, will meet with prompt attention.
HENRY ELLIOTT.
New Westminster, B. C. JlylOto
MO ACREH Or CHOICE LAND on the
Ki-ott Road, 8 mili-n Irom New Went minuter, with all lhe farming Implements
on the premise*, dwelling House wllh
furniture, consisting ot ii stoves and
enough other furniture for an ordinnry
household,
1 BLOCK OV LAND at Brownsville, opposite New Westminster, frontlmr on
river and Yalo Road—sniendld niiefor
Hioroand Hotol.
A HOUSE ANP LOT on Albert Crcm-nt,
New Wesl ml lister, In Bpltindld condition.
3 young well-bred Horses, '..family Milch
Cows, Ac.
Tho above wilt be sold nt a bargain If
sold within two month".
Applyto
JlylOto
-TAMES KENNEDY,
NewWeKtminsN'i-,
E GEO. BIIIE
Hub nppolnleil the Undenlfned his
k-trnt ttr at-rWdtaliiter City ill
aiiltkJl.
All Orders by Mnll or otherwise will tie
promptly attended to.
Designs, Rumples ot Mllotal and Prices
roriilsheil on application.
C. R. MONCK.
New West., May ftlat.lHa. JnStc What's In a Name?
Ann arm he placed around her waist
Andrew her to his side,
And Hilda still, "Oh, dearest Will-
lam Harry met" he cried.
"Ask Martin night!" she screamed outright,
"And Ella, you're my beau"—
"I Noah not," he groaned a lot,
"You Arthur one to go."
"Come down Nancy her then with me,
And let Estella quick—
"Dear Martha," miss said with n kiss,
"Please take a Luke at Dick."
"He is Amanda lightful and
He wants to Mary mo—
Ho Israel swect--Mawt Ira Pete
, Ke wants to Ed," said slie.
"Will Hiram main alone, dear Jane,
If Pha-be comes my son?"
"No! mother, no!" Dick yelled,
With us.   We three are one."
"You Mabel Kve I'd never leave
My Jane," ma 7,ed with tears.
"And Ida Clare,"  Dick cried,
share
My Sally re for years."
"Of course, my child,' Mar
smiled,
"Or Jane ain't Marion yet--
Ilut—business now- Let C-i-sar, now
How much Sal Larry you get.
Dick's  Sarah   Hose   with   fright,     "I
sposc—
Six dollars mum, May week"—
"Jane! eo to bed!" ma sternly said,
Soon Asa tongue could speak,
"And   you,  you   tramp!   you   Orville
scamp—
"I'll teach Hugh to consider
Ere you bereave—yes—Andy ceive
Ann unprotected widder,
lingo
"you'll
quickly
A Thrilling Adventure.
SEVEN HOURS SUSPENDED BY A KITE.
Alp-ska, W, Va., July 2.— Amos
Evert, of this village,, retured home
yeaterday, after one of the most exciting adventures that has ever fallen to
any man in the United States, if not
in the world. For the last half dozen
years it has been the custom in the
summer months for the hoys and men
in thia vicinity to amuse themselves
by making huge kites of stout oiled
paper, and flying them with thick
oord. A worthless cur or a cat or two
was usually attached to the tail na
"bobs," and great was tho deli?ht of
tbe inhabitants when the frightened
animal kicked and squirmed as the
kite mounted to the clouds. It was
determined this year that all previous
efforts in kite making should be out-
dune, and three weeks ago work was
begun- on n monster affair. The dimensions will give an idea: Extreme
height, 9 feet 4 inches; width across
the top, 4 feet 3 inches; width across
the bottom, 2 feet; extreme width
across the middle, 5 feet 6 inches. The
framework was built of tough hickory
shaved thin, and stayed with i inch
copper wire. A double thickness of
heavy muslin waB stretched on each
aide of the frame, and the place for
fastening the flying cord waa doubly
braced with yellow pine scantling a
quarter ineh thick. Into this was
screwed a ring bolt, which was clamped
on the other side with an iron pin.
The ring itself was live incites in diameter, and capable of bearing four or
five hundred weight.
THE   KITE  COMPLETE
weighed ninety-six pounds. The tail
was made of a sixteen-foot rope weighted with lead. Instead of the usual
flying cord 200 yards of closely wound
manilla rope, very light, but as strong
as a double link chant were procured,
and on Thursday afternoon of last
week the kite was pronounced complete and ready fora voyage in the air.
Sam Weatherbee was the man who
originated the idea, and when everything was finished Sam called up the
crowd to liquor at Bragg's bar. The
party consisted of Weatherbee, Amos
Even, Bill Oaks, or Blind Bill Oaks,
as he is better known; Ed. Walton,
and Spence Maynard. They drank
pretty freely for more than an hour,
and it was then proposed that a trial
should be made of this kite to test its
powers before the tzre&t fly came off
next morning. The wind was blowing
pretty fresh from Smith's Gorge, and
after one or two unsuccessful efforts
the huge frame caught the wind as
three men ran with a rope down a
steep incline toward Laurel Fork. One
of them carried tbe coil of rope over
his shoulder, while tho other two paid
out the line. As the huge kite rose in
the air it required the utmost strength
of all the three to hold it, and finding
this a difficult task they took a half-
turn around a tree stump, and in that
way gradually gave the kite more rope,
until it was seventy-five yards in the
air. Just then Evers came out of
Bragg's bar-room. He was very drunk,
but walked a fairly straight line.
"There's a drink waitin' fur youse fellers," said he, with a hiccough. "Better get in thar and git it, an' "
Then, suddenly espying tho kito and
the cord wrapped around the stump—
"Why, you've got her up, hain't yer?
Jea' gimme the end o' that rope.
i'll hold her while you lickkk."
Nothing loath, tho three men as
tented, and after giving the rope an<
other turn give up the slack end to
Evers and went into the bar. Nn
sooner had they gone than Evers took
one turn off the stump, and the rope
began to run through and burn his
hands. He braced himself against a
big stone and managed to --ot a loop
over the stump again in such a tnuntier
as to form what sailors would cull a
couple of half hitches. This stopped
any more rope from running out. But
Even believed he could do better than
that. Taking up the slack he wrapped
it around and around his body undor
the armpits, and made it fast in front
of his chest in three or four tight flat
knots. "Kem out yere, Sam," lie
cried. "Kem out yere, till I Inm ye
how to fly ft kite."   This is what the
Jiarty heard in the bar-room, nnd thoy
uunged toward the door with a laugh.
As they reaohed tho threshhold the
laugh turned to a cry of amazement
ana horror. They bbw Amos Even
stoop and push the rope off the stump
altogether. * In another instant they
•»w him whisked up into the aims
thobgh He fed beeh a'feather, instead
of ft m»n weighing 140 pounds. Ho
wai just about heavy enough to make
the kite maintain its equilibrium. As
he ***' ierf-rt upward he gave vent u>
an JiMftrtWf yell. T^n t W% JPf1'
MbSW? heard titioty, "Help:
bd* 'thty he*rd no mato, for the un*
fortunate nun was then nearly a thou-
Mnd fret rimw •** heads. They
saw him kick apd -druggie and grasp
th* rope tnfrbijt of hito. Higher and
hiaher ha wwt »ott.B, and fainter and
fafnter baeanw hii shrieks. In lees
than flw mtoutw he was
A MIRK WHOGOUNU HPKUK
outlined agftinst the blue sky. Tho
kite was *tilt visibli* and was rising j
iteftdily.   It must hire been going at |
a terrific rate of speed, for poor Evers
was stringing out behind like a pennant frum a ship's most. In a-few
minutes more the outlines of his form
could no longer be seen, and at the expiration of fifteen minutes from the
time tho kite was let loose he had passed out of sight, going, in an easterly
direction toward Rich Mountain, a
spur of the Alleghanies. On the following morning a party started out in
the direction tho kite had taken. They
returned at nightfall without any tidings of the man who had been bo
strangely snatched away. Two days
passed, and nothing wob heard of
Evers. Three days, four, five, six
days, a week, and still nothing. It
was then generally conceded that tho
man had been lost,, and consolation
was ufFured to the widow in the elmpB
of a small keg of whisky, a uew "sled
wauon," and a mule. But yesterday
morning Amos Evers turned' up as
large as life. Two gentlemen accompanied him into the place. He aat
down on a cracker barrel in the grocery and told his story in a few words,
and without any effort ut self-glorification. "After I got jerked off iny
feet," hu Baid, "I didn't know where I
was for u niinnit, but when that rope
began to tighten it knocked all the
rum out n' my head, I guess I hollered some, Seems to me I was a milo
high afore I tried to do anything.
First I th ■-light I'd cut the rope, but
fiuding I was liable to drop too fur I
concluded to hang on aud see ef I
couldn't ketch a treo top; but I wuz a
henp too high fur that. Arter ii while
I begin tu lose my breath like, an'
then I concluded soincthiu' h:id to be
done, so
I BEGIN OLIKBlV THAT HOVE
with the idea of bustin' a hole iu tiie
kite. Must u taken five or aix liours
to climb twenty yards, 'cos it waa pitch
dark, when I feels, the kite a wohbliu'
as though it had lost the 'buba.' I wur
afraid to go any higher fur fear she
wuuld drop too auddint, ao I slides
back n little way, and theu sho got
stidy agin. Finally I aays to myself,
'Better die quick and be done with it,'
and I starts to climb agin. The old
kite wobbled fearful. I felt that I
wuz a goin' down amii/.in' fast. I felt
myself swish through a big button-
wood, but I couldn't, git no hnnd hold,
so I kep' on oiimbin'. 'The nearer I
got to the kite tho more she wobbled,
ttie further down she come. After a
while she turns ker fiummix, and I
lands all in aheap alongside of a little
run, in a place whar I'd never been before. I wuz kind o' foolish, I guess,
for I didn't wake up till daylight, and
didn't kuow what wuz wrong. I meets
a lot of poople, and these two gentlemen take me up to thoir house and
keep me for three or four days till I
get right again, and, after I gits on my
feet, I have to stay a couple days more
with some other gentlemen." The
place where Evers landed after his
wonderful flight through the air was
Mill Brook, Hampshire County, about
seventy miles, as the crow flies, from
Alpena. The gentlomen who first discovered him wore Henry G. Beeson
and George Hackett, both of whom
attest the finding of Evers in an insensible condition, lying beside tho
huge kite. He was badly bruised, and
could not speak for several hours after
being restored to consciousness. They
nursed liim and then agreed to-accompany him to liis home, which they did.
Evers in Iub terrible journey crossed
seven rivers and two ranges of tiie
Alleghany Mountains. He was suspended in the air at least soven hours,
—N, Y. Snn. 	
A Compromise Fee.
The story about the Vermonter who
proposed to add half a dollar to the
amount whioh tho "law allowed" the
parson for marrying him has brought
to the historian a brand-new story of
another wedding fee transaction in
Vermont. It is from a glen village
away back from the Connecticut in the
hills, where money is scarce and the
ways nre primitive, and the people
frequently prefer to pay for their purchases in kind. One day a young
couple enme to the parson at the village to get married. They hadn't a
cent in money, and it had been arranged that the bridegroom should
bring a speciged quantity of beeswax
with which 'to pay the minister. The
parson was thrifty—they have to be
thrifty up that way—and took good
care before he performed, the ceremony to weigh out the beeswax and
see whethor there was enough to pay
his fee.   There wasn't.
"Why haven't you brought all the
beeswax you agreed to.,?" asked the
minister.
"All I hed, paraon."
"And you haven't got any moro I"
"Not anothor ounce."
"Havo you got any money at ull V
"Not a mite, paraon."
There was a period of uncomfortable
Bilence, during which tho young farmer
began tu grow vory much alarmed.
He wus afraid the paraon wouldn't
marry him unless ho prcduced his uttermost ounce of beeswax, and thu
prospoct struck terror to his aoul. The
patsou whb inclined to let him "stew."
"Luok ahere, parson!" said the
country man, finally. "I tell yo what
yu do; you take the beeswax and marry
us as fur as it goes."—Bost on H erald.
The Lesson or u Dream.
John* WcBley whb ohcu troubled in
regard to tlfc disposition nf tho various
sects and the chances of each in reference to futuro happiness < r punishment. A dream, ono night, transported him to the gates of hell.
"Are there any Roman Catholics
hero?' asked the thoughtful  Wesley.
" Yos," wn« the reply.
" Any Episcopalians ?"
" Yea."
"Any Presbyterians'/"
" Yes."
" Any Cougregatiunaliats ?"
" Yea," again was tho answer.
'' Any Baptists ?"
•" Yea."
"Any Methodists?" by way of a
clincher, asked the pious Wesley,
" Yes," to his great indignation,
whb answered.
In the mystic way of dreans, a
sudden transition, and ho stood bofore
the gates of heaven. Improving his
opportunity, ho -tj-uin inquired:
" Aru Iluro any .Unman Catholics
hero V
" No," wns replied.
" Any EpiscopaliansV
"No."
"Any Preabylerinua ?'
'■ No."
" Any Ciiiigregatioiiulists 7"
"No."
"Any Baptists ?"
:'No."
"Any Methodists T
"Nu."
"Well, then," he naked, Itmt in
wonder, " who are tiiey inside ?*•■
" Christians I" was the jubilant
answer.—Home Mayaune,
POWDER
Absolutely Pure,
This po\V(lor never varlt-K. A marvel ot
purity,sti'piif*th mill wholPKumeneKN, Moro
economical Hum the tmllimty kinds, and
cannot bo sold In eomiieilllon wllh the
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Bold only in cans-
Hhvai. Hakim: PoWDKll Co., too Wall St.,
Now York. 3(ely
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870
Lul So.5, Blink XV, pari uf Ulilrlel Lot
No. 1H4, In the Clly of TunroHVf r.
WIIEHEAS THE CERTIFICATE OP
Title of Thomas M-itthcws to the
above-mcnlloiH-d land hus been destroyed
und ii-iplleutlnn bus been mndo for n duplicate thereof, notice Ik therefore hereby
1*1 von of my Intention tn Issue such duplicate certllleote hi Hen of thnt so destroyed,
unless cause bo shewn to the contrary
within one montli from the date hereof. -
It. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Land Registry Office,
New Wost minster, Uth July, 1886,
jlyHml
land Registry Ordinance, 1870
Lot No. 40, iciiiik III, part or Dklrltl Lot
>>■>. iee. In llic Clly off nil-mover.
WHEHEAR THE CERTIFICATE OF
Title of .lames Butt to the above*
mentioned Lot lius been lout or destroyed
und application hns been nnitlo for a duplicate thereof, notice Is therefore hereby
given thut a mipllcalo certificate of title
will be Issued in lien of that so lost or destroyed, unless qause be shewn to tho contrnry within one month from the date
hereof.
It. Vf. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Land Registry.Office.
New Westminster, lllth ,Inly,188U.
 JlylOml	
Land Registry Ordinance-1870
Let No. I, Block .Villi, pari of District
Lot No. ItHl, lu the City of Yfiuconv-rr.
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE OF
Title of Herbert George Bnllsnti to
the al-ovo-menl limed Lot has been lost or
il.'slniyi'il noil 'ipplli-utloii has been made
for a duplicate thereof, notice Is therefore
hereby given that u dut'licute certificate
of title will be Issued in lieu of that so lost
or destroyed, unless -.muse be shown to the
contrnry within ono month from the date
hereof.
R. Vf, ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Lain) Rcglxtry Ollice,
New Wesliiilnsler, 10th July, 1SS0.
 Ily I Qui I	
Public Notice!
mHE HUDSON HAY COMPANY  HAS
X   for sale nt Iiimgley ;
I span of Working Hoi-m-ii, Harness antl
Wagon,
I champion Mower, nearly now,
1 Sulky Rake, in uso two years,
'i Cows ami Calves,
•i yearling Heifers
I Steer, 2 years old.
Tlie above will be sold cheap.
Apply to
HENRY WARK,
July 8tl1 j 1880. Langley.
JlylOml
E. HUTCHERSON,
NUItSERYMAN* &DEALERIN
Fruit and Ornamental Trees,
Laoner-8 Landing, B. O.
THE SUBSCRIBER WISHES TO IN-
fonu tlie people of British Columbia
thnt be bns established n Nursery ut Ladner's Lauding, und is prepared to All
ull orders for Fruit Trees, Ornamental
Trees, slirubbery. Vines, Ismail Fruits,
Ac. Trees Imported or home grown ac-
cordlngto the wishes of customers. The
subscriber lius hud a ttmrou-'h practical
(mlnli*-* in 'the business, and having a
permanent stulie lu tin-country It Is his
Interest, to denl fairly with thc public. He
will wait upon the various towns and settlements shortly, uud ull orders will have
his personal attention.
auWic E. HUTCHERSON.
STORAGE,™
FORWARDING I
AGENTS FOR C. P. N. OO.
WE AHE NOW PRRPAKEI) TO RE-
c.elvo, Store dim attend to Forward-
In-' Uoodsfrom
HOPE TO GRANITE CITY.
Merc 11 un In uud others consi)*niii-{HooilN
to our Oftfe will have our best uttontlonat
tho lowest rates.
Fraser & Peters.
II.i|ir, ]).(.'.. A |H'l]JJ',]rW, aiiipJllll
WE8T END
Plain and Fancy
|    JJUllUf    11U0|    UUULUD)
And Confectionery always on hand.
GROCERIES* PROVISIONS
Delivered to any part of the City.
JEJEJLX.TT JEJKOS.,    Columbia Slreel.
■ejai-lo J	
d. s. cm & co.
Wholesale and Retail
For Sale 1000 ^-barrels and hits cheap,
Apply et thin oflico. aplOtc
DRUQGISTSI
Nov Westminster, B. €.
mhlOle
New Store!
New Goods!
mHE SUBSCRIBER having leaned and
A fitted up the Store lately occupied by
Hr. French, on Columbia atreet, (nearly
opposite Dickinson's meat market), begs
to Inform tho people of New "Westminster
and vicinity that ho will on Monday, 5th
of Jaly, open with u well assorted slock of
fresh and pure Groceries, consisting In
part of—
100 bans beat Flour.
10 barrels Oatmeal.
10 barrels Coninieal.
10 boxes assorted Tobaccoes,
12 boxes assorted Soaps.
6 boxes best L. Raisins.
12 quarter boxes do.
200 lbs currants.
10 boxes of assorted Crackers.
10 coses of best Oil,
500 lbs Hams and Bacon.
Sugars, in Granulated, Yellow C,
Standard A,, and several other
brands.
Teas, I have a choice lot of Congou
and Japan; some extremely cheap
for the quality.
Coffees, of different grades.
Canned Fruits and Meats.
Buckets, Tubs, Rrooms, eto.
And all articles usually found in a first*
clasa grocery store, which will be sold
cheap for cash.
-trWANTED at once, 500 lbs. Butter
and 100 down Eggs.
jeSOtc     MARSHALL SINCLAIR.
Closing Out
SALE!
During the next 30
days the balance of|
the stock of Clothing,
Dry Qoods, Boots and
Shoes, Carpets, Oil
Cloths, &c, of the undersigned must be
closed out as I intend
renting the store from
the lst day of August.
Any goods remaining
unsold after that date
will be sold by auction. In the meantime purchasers may
expect good bargains
at cost price, or even
less.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM.
New Westminster, B. C.
June 22nd, 1886. 2;.|elin
Spring (M
Has imported from London, Eng.,
a large stook of
MILLINERY
The Latest Shapes nnd Fashion.
Trimmed and Untrimmed
HATS,
Feathers,  Flowers,
ies
il
Alfio, a good Assortment of
Jerseys,   Capes,
Dolmans,
Jackets,
As late in fashion, cheap and good
ns to bo had in 1*. 0.
Kerr * Co's N. M. T. 200->d. fi-cord
Spools, 50c. per dozen.
We keep a stock of
WOOLS
OF ALL KIND8,
-AISO,-
Gents' Furnishings
At the commencement nf nnother
Bpring we take thia opportunity lo
thank the public for past favo-ii, und
hope for a continuance of the lame.
[Globe House
WM. RAE,
TsScaagex.
Coi.ijmria Stkkrt,
Nsw Wesiminstf.ii.      spDto
NOTICE
JH HKREB\ OIVEN thai application
will be mnde to the l-cglslatlve Asuem-
y of the Province of British Columbia,
nt tho next session thereof, tor an Aet to
incorporate a company for the purpose of
conf-truetlug, mnniiKiug and maintaining
Water Works at the leniilual point of the
Canadian Pacifle RallwityonConl Harbor
and English Bay, and for the purposes
thereof granting to tho said company the
Erivllege of taking water from Capilano
reek,liurmvby Lake or other Hiiltuble
points, with power to tho said company
to build Humes, aqueducts,(ay pipes, erect
dnms.ocquiro lands, and do alt otlior acts
and things necessary for the purposes
aforesaid.
EBERTS A TAYLOR.
Solicitors- tor Applicant.*-.
Dnted September 00th, ltWt. deSto
Land Registry Ordinance-1870.
Ttic >". U of Ilie N. V_ of l-ot No. IT, Block
III. In Hie Kiil-nrli* nf Sevr WrslMln-
stcr (Masonic I'enictvry).
fUTHEHEAS THE CEUTll-ICATB OK
wf Title of Jnsliis Hluirlcs Hughes,
Henry Hoy und .lohn Hendry (Trustees)
to the nbove-mentloneil land hns been
lost or destroyed and application linn been
made fora duplicate thereof;
Notice Is therefore hereby given of my
Intention to Issue a fresh Ccrtllicute of
Title In lieu of t.-mt so lost or destroyed,
unless cause be shewn to the contrary
within ouo month from the dato hereof.
lt. W. ARMSTRONG.
Deputy Registrar.
Land Heirlstry Oilieo,
New Westminster, SOth June, 1886.
___________     Jo*-*""! ____________
Uid Rcfrlstr} Ordinance, 1870
Lain Hon. 14 and 15, mock VI, pnrt of Ibe
Town or liriuivllle, now In Ike 1'My
of Vnncouver.
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE OK
Titlo of the. Trustees of tbe Burrnrd
Inlet Congregation of the Methodist
Churoh of Canada to tiie above mentioned land has been destroyed, nnd application has been made for a duplicate
I hereof;
Notico Is therefore hereby given of my
Intention io Issuo a fresh certificate of
titlo in lieu of that so destroyed, unless
cause be shewn to the contrnry within one
month from thc dato hereof.
R. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, 17th July, 1880.
 Jyttml ■
ALBION
MARBLE WORKS
JAMKS FIBHEK, Proprietor.
MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES, TOMBS,
TABLETS AND CROSSES, FURNITURE MARBLE, Ao.
Persons living nt u distance, hy sending
a description of what they wish, cun hnvo
designs, prices, etc., furnished on application. All work -,'uamiitced equal to nny
on the Paelllc Coast, und at reasonable
rates,  X, 11,—No agents employed,
■ Gordon Street, Victoria, B. 0.
JOHN S. COX,
Importer nnd Denier in
INCLUDING
WHITE I.F.UllllUJVS,
BROWN I.JJUIIOIINK,
PLYMOUTH ROCKS,
1.AMJS11A.VUS,
While Created Black Polantla,
Oulnen Fowl,,   Rauen Dneka,
While P.kin Dneka.
Pit Game., Ilonilana.
fta,Utrils nnrl Kuks supplied at low rates,
luiuiin stock Kuimiiitectl.
Eoyivl Avenue, Knsl of Douglas St.
ESTABLISHED M7&
The West Shore
FBEE
For (he balance of 1885, Including the
mammoth holidny number, lo nll who
subscribe now for 188(1.
Wllh the, January Issue THE WEST
SHORE will begin lis twelfth year. Every
number contains original illustrations of
scenery, towns and Industries lu the Pacilic Northwest, ciiuallng In excellence tho
best production)* of Enstcrii imiKiixlnes.
Tho contributed articles, general literature and stories are entertaining und carefully edited, making tho magazine a
chasta family visitor. Tho comments on
events of Interest to this region and the
large amount of Information concerning
our various resources und the progress of
development given in every number render it extremely valuable. Nofamllj can
ntlbrdtodo without it. and every one financially interested In thc Paelllc Northwest or desirous of learning Its resources
will tind It Invaluable.
If tho subscript lon price (92 per year) is
sent In now you will he entered for 1880,
nnd the rcmnlnder ut\m will he sent us
a premium.
I*. SAMUEL,
(iff lib)      122 Front Street, Portland Or.
FIEE
TERMS EA6Y.
D. S. CURTIS, Aohmt,
New Weitminiter.
M. H. COWAN, Skuktahv,
j IT I lit.'
Victoria.
Fire! Fire!
TESTIMONIAL!
Vancouver, S.'ird Jnne, 188(1.
MR. G, ROI1KRTSON,
Vancouver-
Represent iug Cloldlo A McCulloch,
(fall, Ont.
Sut.—We tho iiudei-slgned having Witnessed the terrible iin-which wiped out of
existence the young city of Vancouver,
on the lllth Inst,, Imve, after the Are, examined tho Kafes sold by yon, somo of
which were put to the most severe test,
having been sitrmuiidotl by large i-tmnil-
(Ick of lard and bacon, and we are pleased
to testify to tbe remarkable manner In
which every safe sold by yon preserved
its '-(intents, not only books antl papers,
but also thousands of dollars in paper
money wero taken out lu perfect condition. We enn, therefore, Willi the greatest eoutldeiieo, recommend them us thoroughly fire proof!
Ti. A. Hamilton, for the Canadian Paelllc
Hallway Company: M. A. Maol-can,
Mnvor; John .1. Mnke- stipendiary Magistrate: ltich'd. Alexander, .Insllco of
iho Peace; John Hou I time. Police Magls-
Irnte.Ciiy of Vancouver' Thomas Dunn,
Justice of tiioPonooi lsiiao.lohn-»,(;ol.;
inl K. Hand, Ileal Estate Hroker;
It. lialfour, Aldermnii: John Rankin,
Heal Estate lli-okor; Pither A Edson,
Kovnl Hotel: H. F. Keefer, Contractor,
0. P. II,i J. W. MeKarladd, Port Moody,
In Vancouver ami English Bay; F. (,,
Innes A Co., Ileal Estate Brokers; A. W.
Itoss, Heal Estate Ilrnker; Gravely A
Spinks, Heal Estate Brokers; R, C. Ker-
giisoii, Mitr, It, C. P, Mills. Je-IOlo
STEAM
ESTABLISHMENT,
Columbia St.
New Westiniuster, K. €.
PRINTING
Every Description
PROMPTLY EXECUTK1)
FIRST-CLASS STYLE
Bill Heads,
Circulars,
Letter Heads,
Envelopes,
Cards,
Tags,
Posters,
Programmes,
Legal Blanks,
Show Cards,
Books,
And all Sorts of Plain
or Colored Work.
/"vUB FACILITIES FOR
COMMERCIAL PRINTIN8
An (ur Iwyonil tliose of ony other cfltib-
llsliinoiit on the Maintain!, and oar price*
will oomptre favorably with those of
Victoria.
Done on the Premises,
We have n first-dam RULIKO HA.
CHINE, and are prepared to rale all
kind, of forms to onler.
*J**l*lain Binding neatly dono.
D. ROBSON -St CO.
PBOPHIITOIH
Tltaon&Co,
COLUMBIA STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
—l*iPOHT»K» AND Duunw-
Books,
Stationery,
Fancy Goods,
Pianos,
Organs,
Music,
Toys, etc.
The Largest Stock on the Mainland,   and   second   to  no
House in British Columbia.
 SOLE AORNT8 FOR	
The Henry F, Miller Piano,
Of Boston,
The Dominion Orp,
Of Bowmanville, Ont.,
And agents for all the leading Amorican
PIANOS & ORGANS
SPECIAL FORMS
RULED & PRINTED
On the premises, u neatly and cheaply
a. at aay othei establishment in the
Province,
--AGENTS   FOK	
Contea-ii-ation Life Auurance Co..
Nortii Britiih and MornntHo Firo
Co.
 Agcute fnr FirrtOlais-—
HIE ui BIHMNf SATES
silFriHfi   RKGS1PT8.
■1MB, M0RT-ll-sl.il,
BI118 0» Bill,
CUSTOM I0VBI IUXKS,
IilABU, FROM. X0TIB,
•U1IB, RICBIPTB,
And all kinds of Blank Book, and Blank
Forma on hand.
 All the Leading	
NEWSPAPERS
 AND	
PERIODICALS
Kefularljr received.  rSubsoriptioos takea
for any Publication at owait rates.
dig! Cloiig!
WHITE
THE CLOTHIER,
Hu Juat Received
OVER 300 MEN'S SUITS
A Large Quantity of
Boys' nnd Youth's
Clothing!
7 Casua of American
FELT    HATS
Also, a full line of
BENTS'FURNISHING GOODS
—HE NOW HAS	
Tbe Beit Aisortment In Ihe above
line erer exhibited hi New
Weatnlnster.
LATEST   STTiBS r
At Lowest Possible Prices for (Jusli
tall Karl]' and  Hake Wenr Selection,
CtuwiiA Stiict Opp. Bank of B. 0.
D.
Importer and Dealer in
PROVISIONS.
Imported in quantity,
First-Glass in quality,
Sold at Bottom Prices
The best Place in the
Ofty to buy your
Groceries.
D. McPHADEN J
Deane's Brick Block,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. G.
mh*
INO.IIEID. WM. CUBItll
PACIFIC
If
COLUMBIA STBEET.
New Westminster, B. C|
atr Wa Impart direct from mannfao-
taren, aad cannot be uod.raoW la thia
Pronloc..
T, R. PEARSON k 00..
COLUMBIA   BTRKBT,
Row   Weitminiter, B. 0.
(Mt*)
HAVING PURCHASED the Black I
smithing business lately carried on
by W. R. Lewis, and the Pacific Car J
riage Works, carried on by Johnstone '
Smith, we nn prepared to manufacture]
all kinds of
Farm Wagons,
Carriages,
Phaetons,
BuggiesJ
Express Wagons,
Drays, Carts,
Stages,
Anil everything in the vchiele llntl
on the shortest notice and at rcas|
onable prices.
We also keep in stook the nliovl
articles, und nll kinds of Wagof
and Carrirge Material.
Renali-lni*, Pnliilliii* A Trlm|
Ming done at reasonable prices.
BLACKSMITHINC
In all its branches. Farmers', Loj
gen', Mill and Contract Work, an
Horseshoeing undertaken; Agriou
tural Implements, and evorythin
in the blacksmith Hue made to ordei
We nlso keep in stock to suppl
the trade,—Iron, Steel, Oumberlan
Goal, Chain, Horse and Ox Shoei
Steel and Iron Harrow Teeth, Hai
rows, Springs, Axles, and u completj
stock ol Carriage Hardware.
Having secured first-class word
men, we feel confident of giving 8a|
isfnetion.
All material and work lenvinl
the shop will be guaranteed lira!
class. Oribrs from the counti]
promptly attended to.
nihStc     REID ilc OURRIB

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