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Columbian.
VOLUME 1
NEW  VSPESTMISSTER, R C„ TUESpAY EVENING, AUGUST 81; 1886.
NUMBER 27
iitilp gtatiah Columbian
TaeMlar Evoultig, AugMHl .11. ISSU.
Tho conviction of the anurcliis's
in Chicago disposes tiflectunlly of
• the theory thut there is no luw in
America to suppress incendiarism.
Dynamiter* from England, communists from Fmnce, socialists from
Germany, nihilists from Russia and
scalawags from everywhere, who
have made i America a rendej-vous,
now have notice to quit. The conviction, particularly if it be followed promptly by the hanging of
the criminals, will have a wholesome
effect both in this country and
Europe —Oregonian.
The 'Canadian Pacific is going
about its business with great energy.
It has unloaded two tea ships already and two move are to arrive.
It has established an agency at Han
Franoisco and is, so we are told, to
have one in Portland. Hut this is
not all. It is reaobing out into
United States territory south of its
line and is likely to attract a good
share of business. The Stevens
county (Colville, W. T.) Re/sorter
says:' "The Canadian Pacilic people
are very anxious to get the start of
the Northern Pacific railroad into
the interior of the country. They
claim that they can transport our
bullion for less money than tho
Northern Pacilic, and ure bound to
have a line of boats ou the Columbia, and a branch road from Colville
to the river. An agent of the company passed through on Wednesday
looking up the field."—Portland
Oregonian.
1 Big Bear having hud a year or so
of reflection upon a rather severe
diet, has apparently seen the errors
of his ways and come to the conclusion tliat fighting the white man
does not pay. It is altogether unlikely thut another rebellion of the
character of the last will over take
place. The Indians are extremely
quiet at the present time, and are
apparently thoroughly satisfied, if
not thoroughly subdued. Before
they undertake another uprising the
railroad facilities in the Northwest
will have increased to audi an extent as to rentier all portions of the
territories easy of access for troops
and munitions of war. As to Big
Bear, he has been confined for a
longer term than the other rebellion
prisoners, probably because of the
murders committed by his band.
But tlie old man himself does not
appear to be a bad Indian, and js
spoken kindly of even by the settlen in the Battleford district. Tlie
trouble appears to have been that
he had lost control of his own band,
and suffered, like dog Tray, for lining in bud compnny, — winntjieg
iS'iin.1
Talking of spoeches reminds me
that I have read a most amusing remark made by Lord Randolph Churchill in one of his, n few nights ago.
Here is the remark: "JfrvGladstone
has also American gold to help him.
Eighty-five members of Mr. Gladstone's party absolutely depend for
their living on the almighty dollar."
There isn't, prima facie, anything
very amusing in it, is there! No.
But here is where the amusing part
coines in. Tho laugh begins if we
reflect that at the present moment
Lord Randolph Churchill is himself
-as he luw been since his marriage
—if not altogether, at all events
mainly, supported by American dollars, got through his pretty wife.
When ho married Alias Jennie Jet,
ome, of New York, and got a bagful of American gold and "mighty
dollars" from her pupa in exchange
for his very trumpery title, he was
almost unknown in the political
world. Au utter failure at Oxford,
where ho was a well-known "sponge"
—as the other undergraduates of
his college can tell you -he chanced
to lie so lucky as to meet at a dinner party in Paris the beautiful
American girl who has since become
such a prominent character in England. She might have had a hump,
a squint, or a snub nose, it would
have been ull the same to Lord
Randolph, for she had money, tf
she hadn't had money, I don't think
her beauty would hnve helped her
to become Lady Randolph Churchill.
Like all other Englishmen of his
class, Lord Randolph wouldn't have
married any woman who hadn't
money, and would have married any
w,oman who had, anil when ho found I
that Miss Jerome owned the Union
League elub property in New York, ■
why he proposed for hor "right j
away." Her acceptance of his little pasty hand was the beginning of
the successful side of his career. He [
knows this as well us anyone. And
therefore I say he is no one to sneer j
at anythiug American. —' Lninlon
Letter in ,S. F. Argonaut.
T\   Mcl.EAN, M.D.
Officii—MoKoiir/,le Rl.., oiiuo-sllo the
lockup. Kksiufjmjb—akiu's St., llrsl ilour
east nf Mr. CunnliiKliiiiii'H,
JidOto New Westminster, B. C.
H
M. COOPER, B. A.,*l. U.,
' PHYSICIAN * UIIHaKON.
OFFICE and nn.SIIlENOE-Cliiirch Bt.
rnoxt lloor to Farmers* Homo), nenr
Columbia Kl., New Westminster, H.C.
OFPICK Iloillls-sioloii. m.j Ito Sand
il,:m to B p. m. Oall. in town and country promptly iiltenileil to. fciZto
r\H. V. WELSH,
DENTIST)
Colonial Hotel,
New WMmliMtcr, H. C. npSSlo
m   P. WINN,
DENTAL 8URCIE0N.
All ileiitiiT operation's   perforlncil In n
skilful manner.
Officf. ut tlio Colonial Hotel.   rhviintJIc
P E. C. BROWN,
DENTIST.
• Office—Over D. 8. Curtis &Cb.'s Drug
Store, Columbia St., New Westminster.
Hour«-9 lo 12; 1 ISO to 7.
Will vl.lt Chilliwhack llm lirst Monday
anil two following (lays In each nionth.
Teeth painlessly extracted.   au!2
pilKROI III A McUeLL,
BARRISTERS,
SOLICITORS, ETO
Office. Mckenzie Stroot, New Westminster,
and Vancouver, B. C. JyJIldwte
W."
NORMAN BOLE.
BARRISTER-AT-LAW.
Land Audit. Money Lo Loan.
Columbia Street,
■e2U] New Westminster, B.C.
A    R. HOWSE,
A. Formerly Howse, Hill A Rlckman,
hog* to announce that he will resume business as
Surveyor, Real Kutmte linker aad
Conveyancer
On and after the 21st Instant  Office, New
Caledonia Hotel, Murray St., Port Moody.
 Bel9tc	
JOHN PENBERTHVt
MINING AND LAND SURVEYOR.
ACCOUNTANT nnd
GENERAL AGENCY OFFICE,
Maps and Drawings nenly executed.
IlMthigft gtre«t. Vancouver, ».«'■
m  J. TRAPP,
AUCTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Columblastreet .....New Westminster
Alt commissions will receive prompt
and careful attention. Best references
given whon required, mhl2-tc
W. D. FERRIS,
Rent and Debt collector.
SIVKRM fiitOI f ASMS' FOB 8AI,K.
Alenl lor the   Tim M.F.K'H LIFK Ull
l(<IDKNT I\S| KAM IJ OOMPANV,
■Urir.nl. Com.
omOKi-Fetrl. Street, New Wostmlnstor. (elte
PITT &  CO.,
Real Estate, Mining
AND MONEY BROKERS,
—AND—
General Commission Ag'ts
VANCOUVER. B. C.
LOANS NEGOTIATED.
(03718
If
LAND SURVEYORS,
Keal Estate, Insurance nnd
Commission Airenls.
FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT * MARINE IN8URANCE
COLUMBIA STREET,
Tiili'liluilU' (tl, NKW WKHTMINIiTKII.
RAND BROS.
r>«AI. KSTATE BROKERS,
Conveyancer., Collector.,
And In.nrnnce Axcnti,
Ollliioii nt VIOTORIA: Fori Street,
NEW WESTMINSTER! Colmn-
liln St., (ippoiille rout ontoo.
VANCOUVER, Cortlovn Street,
HIIII.DINO LOTS (ormllo'lii nll noctlons
of Vmieonver ninl Now WeulmlimtorClly.
FARM LANDS ol superior nimlHy for
mile nt Clillllwliiuik, Port. Hammond,
Limuli'.v, Miltmitll, fillllliiH, Mull Hliy,I.iul-
iier'H I.ritiilliii;, Lnln Inlaw!, Ninth Ann
nml Pin, Hlver.
Mnpn mill Plrinn exhibited nnd Iho fullest Infiirliintliin rum lulled nt nil nurolllirt'rt
Jej»le   	
fl-IHK PAI.TNKHMHIPEXINTINO BE-
1 (.ween Itnliiml Hvder nnd Luke dll>-
koii, Hliu'ksnillhH, Moiio, lius heen dissolved liy in ii t ti ii I consent,and Mm land-
ness will lie cnrrlcd nn In future hy Luke
aihsnn who will collee! and ]>ay all debts
iiRtilnst the suld tlrm.
nor.ANP HYDi-in.
l-lTKI-.aiI.HllN,
WltneiKl   Auiittnsi:   11.   Cni'i'ini,   JAMKfl
Waiiw.b.
irn)ii',.IiiIv W,\m, (Ivillnil
c. Mcdonough,
FROST STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
Dry Coods, Crocei-le**,
Provisions, Crockery,
Glassware, Boots & Shoes,
ftc, Ao.
THE REST GENERAL STORE IN THE
CITY-TRY IT.
Fnrm Produce Inkcn nt highest prloes.
 ilwJIyMIc       	
AUSTIN BRIGE,
Carpenter & Builder
Flans and specifications for all
kinds of Buildings tare.
fully Prepared.
JOBBING NEATLY AND CAM5FUL-
LY EXECUTED.
All order, left at Occident Hotel, or at
the shop of W. Johnson, Columbia street,
will receive prompt attention. Your favor solicited. je9tc
J.A.CAWLEY&CO.
HAVING PURCHASED THE
Shingle Mill ,„,,
Pump Factory
At POPCUM, nro prepared lo execute atl
Orders promptly und to the satisfaction
of their customers.
All kill-In or Tl KN"1.V«J done lo order*
J. A. CAWLEY A CO.
JaOte POPCUM, B.C.
TURNER, BEETON & CO.
MERCHANTS,
WHARF STttEET ■ T1CT0UA.
Norlli British and Mercantile
Insurance Co. for Mainland.
H.C. BEETON & CO.,
311 Finsbuiy Circus,
Loiulon, E. C.
Tacoma, Washington Ter.
BOARDING & DAY SCHOOL FOR
boys & wm men.
THE RT. REV. BISHOP PMDOCK, D. D„ RECTOR
/-■HHISTMAS TKItM BEGINS KEIT. 2,
V   lHWI.    The    frillitwinc    llr'piirtliieiits
thoroughly iiuiHiit:-I..YNOUAUK.s (An-
olent mul .Modern); ENGLISH (Composl-
llrm,   IlllC'Inl'lc,   eli'.r:   MATHEMATICS
FURNITURE
W. PROTHERO & CO. ,
MAN**l"ACTl)IlEItS ANI) DEALERS IN '
AI.I. KINDS 01' FU11NITUUE.
II  COHAGE TO RENT
SPENCE'S  BRIDGE, B. 0.
1
(Pure nml Applied); HCIKXCK (t'lrr
ir*', PhyBles, ItoHlly, ete.), RUSH, rain
(Itiiiik-keepliiii, Peniiiiinslilp, Ootumor-
elnl Arltliini'llir, Ciuriisiirjiiilr'iii'o, short-
hnliil. etc.): MUSIC (Viifnl uml Inslrii-
mimliil]; DRAWING.
For terms nddress
l'ROI'\ .7. TAIT,
Jlysatc. l'rlnclpnl.
REMOVED
49*-To simp lately occupied by Mr. Pnrey,
Columblu Htroot,
Cull uml oxinnlne our slock und prices
beforo buying. Wenurt i» iMliiiisoih
In tho clly; Ui'piilrliiBiifull kinds neatly
dune Vf. PBOTHERO A CO.
,  HClOtC
J. G. BUNTE,
Importer ami Dealer In
i. GEO. RUDGE First-Class FURJrmniB
—OP THE—
VICTORIA
Has nppointed the UmloraignGU bis
Agent for Mew Westminster City and
Diatrlct,
All Orders by Mull or otherwise will be
promptly uttended lo.
Designs, HumnloH of Mnlerlit] mid Prices '
furiiislieil on appllcutlnu,
C. R. MONCK.
New West., Muy 31st-1886. jn2
Spring, Hnlr, Wool ami Straw
Matt ret*urn to Order.
BlunkL'ls.Clinmber Sets, Window Shades-
Oil ciotlm, Mating, wnll Paper,
Baskets, Bird Gates, Flower rots,
Hanging Baskets, Pictures,
Frames, Brackets,
Baby Carriages, etc.
l'ii'iiin-N framed ami llepnlrtng done
to order.  Also,
Undertaking; Embalming a specialty.
Please give us a call before mirchiislnjt
elsewhere. J. a. BUNTE.
Opposite Po
liplTU-
[ Offlco, Columbia Street,
New Westminster.
■HT I'. BKti TO   INFOKM  YOU   TBAT
■ **    wehnvelcasedi-tbo Morton House
ul Sjience's Bridge from Mr. Murray nnd
i tlmt 11 Is newly lilted up mid comfortably
I furnished. Wo would respectfully solicit
! yonr patronage and wc promise If yon
| will favor us with It to do nll weeanto
satisfy you In every respoct.  Mrs, Ueld,
■ who lias Imd much experience, will nt-
I tend lothe culinary department.
We remain, yours respectfully,
I Je28m6 REID A NEFF.
COME AND SEE!
W. H. HOLDEN,
HAVING TAKBK POSSESSION OF
lhe "Temperance House,"fronting
i on Colnmbliiand Church Streets,opposite
; the Episcopal Church, and now known
j as the
1 FARMERS' HOMEI
j Will accommodate the traveling public i
1 at the following rates:
1    Board per day $1 00    i
"      "  weok 5 00
Single Meals :     __
;    Beils     25
1    *3,Goo(i accommodation for Ladles und
families, my9tc
"temperance ~
RESTAURANT
N A PLEASANTf AllTOFTHECITY.
r to
URNEf
ap'2Ste
Apply h.
WOODS, TURNER & (JAATBLE.
FOR  SALE:
/(/(ft  AdUrai-IMPROVED   PAHM.-
__\J     I'Hsy Terum,   Apply to
W. tl, MrjDOIlUAM.,
Jnl2lc Eleln p. 0.
FOR   SALE.
ONE-HALF INTBHKSTIN the LA NO-
Joy Saw and Planing Mill; mill In
good order, Eorpartleulursapjih'on the
premises to H. WEST.
Or, Messrs. DRAKE.JACKSON,
aplStc &HELMCKEN, Victoria,
FINE, LIGHT, LARGE OPERATING
room; doing a good luiKlness; will lie
sold at a bargain.
For pu rl it'll i-u-f- address
JOHN UREN,
ilwaulilml      New WeKtinlnstcr, B. ('.
Land for Sale!
pBTWEEN FIVE AND SIX THOU
X) sand Acres of the very best Alder-
bottom and Prairie Land, In Township i-i,
NewWestminster Distriot. Will be sold
iu one block or In subdivisions to suit,
on very liberal terms. Apply to HENRY
MATHERS, New WestmlnsterCily.
 d wj 1 yMm S
j. w. heckley !     Cor. Mary and Columbia Sts.
H. KELLS,
Manufacturer ft Importer of
BOOTS AND
SHOES
I-adles', Cents'*   Mlssei' and Children's
Hoots, Shoes ud Clatters
Made to Order and Kept on Hand.
COLUMBIA STREET. ~ OPP. HYACK HALL
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B.C.
mhtto
JAMS ROnSSEAU,
Manufaeturor und Dealer in
Boots and Shoes
LEATHER & FINDINGS.
All Kinds or Hides nnd skins Oik
and Hemlock Turned.
C'AHHl'AW FOU HIIlRSANnsKINH.
Art Studio!
BOVILL BROS.
HAVK JUST OPENED
Opposite the Colonial Hotel,
COLUMBIA STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
 _J^,,»':J|>';!!1<1	
W.H AUSTIN,
DEAI.lilt IN
General Merchandise!
A large Assortment of
DRY GOODS
-AND-
GROCERIES
ALWAYS ON HAND.
IECa3r and llTeed.
WHOLE&ALE ANDUETAIL.
WOOII AND t'OAL DKMVEKKD TO
AMY IMKT 01' THK i ITV.
Wet-untwoHtajg08dally,iixcoptSiinilnys,
to Port Mooily;carrying H.M.S. malls.
'    Ab no liquor or tobimcolsused we can by
tompovate huhlt*- uml careful economy
nerve the public ul. especially low rates.
Peebles a Heckley
(NEAK MERCHANTS' SQUARE)
FURNITURE
MANUFACTURERS,
—AND—
UPHOLSTERERS
Spring and Wool Mattresses and
Bedding always oi hand.
HAVE ON HAND THE
I.UK.t'Si   AMI  UK Si STOCK OF MIR
MTI KK 0\ TIIK MAIM.AMI.
MISS RUMEHY HAS OPENED A
lirst-class Hoarding Houso nnd Res-
tuuruni hi tho premises formerly occupied
by Mr. W. H. Keary.
Boarders tuken by the dny or week, nnd
fiat ron» of thc* house secure all the contorts of a home.
Meals served at nil reasonable liours.
Hot coffee and light refreshments.  Free
reading room   attached.    Miss Kumcry
personally superintends the cooking.
TERMS MODERATE.
mhlttc
For Sale or To Rent.
THE UNDERSIGNED offers a Form for
for sole or rent. Also. Milch Cows
niid young Cattle, Hogs, and a few young
Horses. There are several pairs of good
steers that would make excellent working
oxen. Also, one of the largest and best
Bulls In the province. Tho stock ts nll
very gentle.
M. NICHOLSON,
mlitto Mount Lehman P.O.
Estimates for Office and Store Fittings.
We purpose adding Undertaking.
 Jly8te    _____
SUN   LIFE
dwse'Vtc
On hand always a co-id supply uf Leather both of my own manufacture and
imported.
I have secureil tlio services ut Mr. Wm. i
Burnett to superintend the custom re- \
airing department.
JAMtifl ROUSSEAU,
Coium bin St., New Westminster. ,
'-   fd^vau-Jyll  ;
WALSH"
F. CRAKE,
'I'll ACTIO AL
OF   CANADA.
Business of lss5.-»Lir« Department.
Income, $310,llR7.(Vi;   Increase, -?ll,(107.10.
A«*|.>tHlH|.ililiitj:ci:   Intrniv--. SI-Mifixr, o->.
New Life Applications, 82,<XW,071.48; Increase, 8TO7.220.80,
Life Policies In force, S7,at0,»:8.77; Increase, $1,088,474.73.
t(iii)i:\i ii»:i*AitT.iit:sT.
By introducing Us popular Unconditional Lifo Policy the Sun showed Itself one
of (lie most liberal Institutions of Its kind
In the world. It maintains this reputation by following the snmo course in lis
Accident Department, It offers to (he
public Incompnrnbly
Tlir Most liberal, Slralfhir.invnr.1. In.
Ici'bulral ArcldeMt Policy 111 KvUlrnrp.
Tho following ure u few of the points of
superiority:
FiPTKBN* Days ok QnAci. nre allowed.
(See condition 1). No other Company in
America allows one hour.
Bonus—should no claim be made for
live years, the sixth year's assurance will
be allowed free of charge, If tho age Is
nnder 05, (Kee condition 2). Very fow
other Companies give this privilege.
Policies Not voided by engaging In
ti more hii/nrdoiis occupation Minn that
assured ugninst.   l-'or particulars see Policy.  This advantage can   lie obtained
, hardly anywhere else,
Uksiiiksci: - Mure liberal conditions
j than given by any other Company In Am*
i erica.
> R. MAGAULAY, THOMAS WORKMAN,
Managing Director. President.
A. E! TMRIE, Conenil Agenl,
Victoria, B. C.
John ii. Mcleod, ARont.
Jly&Sto New Westminster, 11. C,
! For best Teas & Coffee
E. HUTCHERSON,
NURSERYMAN A DEALER IN
Fruit and Ornamental Trees,
Ladner's Landing, B. O.
mHE sunscninER wishes to in-
I form the people of British Columbia
that he has established ft Nursery at Ladner's Landing, and is prepared to till
all orders for Krult Trees, Ornamental
Trees, Shrubbery, Vines, Small Fruits,
ie. Trees Imported or home grown according lo Iho wishes of customers. The
subi-crihi-t- has had a thorough practical
training in the hudncss, nud having a
riermaiient stake In the country it islils
uteres! In deal fairly with the public. He
will wnlt upon thc various towns and set-
tlcmcnlK shortly, nml ntlordore will have
his personal attention.
MiWe E. HUTCHERSON.
For Sale-160 Acres.
N. W. CORNER I,OT 7, SEC. 7.
ESTABLISHED 1S59.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Nearly Oppoilte the Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER
THE  LARGEST  AND   CHOICEST
assortment of all descriptions of
SITUATED CLOSE TO SEMIAHMOO
Buy. The best kind of noil for farming; slopes south-west; easily drained;
brush and alder on the south side; about
£> acres burnt 4 or 5 years ago and some
since, Timothy growing about 4 or5 feet
high; about ai ucres with Urge Umber on
north side; wilt bo valuable as a railway terminus before mnny years.
For particulars apply to
WM. RAE,
d-au2mlx NewWestminster.
FOlT SALE.
THAT DEI.IOHTFV L RESIDENCE ON
Lot7, situated on Provost street, between Mary and McKenzie streets, now
in the occupation of Cnpt.tiriint; contains
8 rooms with usual oflices.
Valuable Clly Lots.
Farms near City.
Farms on Pitt Meadows.
Farms on Mud Buy.
80 acres of Land at Whonock Railway
Station.
74 acres of valuable Lund 2 miles from
Clly on Hastings Road; 1800 cords of Cedar could be cut.
Apply to
CAPT. PITTENDRIGH,
Je23tc     Land Agent, New Westminster.
FOR_SALE.
1440 ACRES CHOICE
DELTA LANDS
q MILES FROM LADNER'S
0 Landing, on the Trunk Wagon
Road; twootnerroadsrunningthrough
the premises.   Apply to
E. A. WADHAMS,
de22tc Ladner's I.anding.B.C.
]F*o*r Sal©!
(ON  EASY TERMS)
MEATS AND VEGETABLES! ..   '    ..tv.
SINCLAIR'S,
COLUMBIA NT.
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Fani-
Hies, Restaurants, ami Steamboats at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PKIOBS.
Just Opened.
le Iii Tailor   jeweler,
Columblu St., New WcntmliiHlrr.
COLUMBIA STRUT,     NEW WESTMINSTER
OlMio-illc 1 nun I ti uhn in A <'<>'*,
HAVINO JtlHT HECEIVEDOUR NKW |
Spring Htonk, we Invite- Inspection of
the finest select Inn of
Knglish. Bi-olrh, Merman- Irrnrh,     !
and American
B»SUITINGS!
Ever shown. In Nimv Wi.'slmlnster. We
have si-en rod thu services of.MH.HDGH
O'HAGAN,a priictli-iil CutU-rwholiat* had
longexperlcm-e In I-ondotl,Paris-and the
leading eustern eltles-autl for a G00 U KIT
and artistic style wc defy conipt'f Itlun,
Ulll20tc THiiH. WALSH.
SI6\ OF THE BIG WATCH.
For all kinds of
Canned Goods, j
'""•SINCLAIR'S,
I'Or.UMIllAST.
I
For Fruits and
Confectionery, ii
11.
(I span of Work Heron,
III Oar Mules,
(I Team Mules,
4 Saddle Horses,
'2 joke Work Oxen,
1 Ciirrlace Team,
I Piano In good order,
3 Dump Carls with IronAilei,
A number or second-hand Wkrul
Barrows,
1 Bur ki'ji' Mower (new),
1 lllilra Hay Rake.
I'm |i:nlli'iiliirs ii|i|ilylo
T. J. TKAPP,
myllllf AURlltinoor, N. W.
Every Man lu his own Business
IW TIN SHOP! : J,
SINCLAIR'S,
rOI.l'MIHA ST.
PION K !•'. li
Fish a Game Store!
WM. H. VIANEN
HAK At.WAVH IIN   IIANll A Until*
rrll|i|llytir
Fresh and Salt Wnler Fish.
o-.a.m:e I3sr miAsoif.
DKAI.I'JH  IN  SKINS  ASH I'KI.'I'ltlKS.
Puii-tiimt'i. will tn1 rlollvi'ifil III nny |i'irt
nf tho filly Iwm nl i'Imiko,       rl-,|l.vill,vl
iui-I.ATK MANAGER FOIt 8AVA0R *
LYMAN, MONTHUAI.
I'hronomnlers, Repealers, chrono-
sraplinrs, and all line Wntcli
repairs a Speclall)'.
ANY ONE HAVING WATCHES whlili
Inivir Iri't'ii Injitroil liv lin!iiiu|n'ti'iit.
Wllli-li H'lirill'i'l's I'llll lm tU!ltli> r'lillill tu llr'W
Willi. .IKWIJI.HYolnll klmlHniiiili'iiml
ii'imlreil. All work wiirmnlcil; i'Iiiii-uph
tiiriiliriittc.   Ksllniiileiiglvirn Irocofirluuj-'i'.
w-^p^w 11.1111*1, UMil*i. llllll ol lirr
***^*S' H'nli-lir- nntl Jrwrlry cllffllHir
llirin mi) iiIIiit Iioiiho In 11. I',
IiADIES' Stll.Ii) 12 CARAT GOt.Il AMERICAN STEM *VINI>INII WATCHES,
tlt'OIII'ilie lliiiokooiH'ls, Stt-i; imtliil prkT,*.Yr.
llWllftlltll
DOUGLAS & DEIGHTON,
Muuufiu-tuiiHR nnd Importer*! of
Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Whips, etc.
NKW WKSTMINSTER, B. 0.
rlW-Jl.villli!
For all kinds of
Fancy Groceries,
SINCLAIR'S,
COLUMBIA ST.
For best Tobaccos,
SINCLAIR'S,
COLUMBIA ST.
Knr Kliinr, Meal, Sugar, Hams,
Baron, nml Family (Irororlcs
generally, go to
SINCLAIR'S, CiilinnliliiSI.,
\Vhnfto initllo In "llnlfl.- Sales anil Smull
Prollls," wllloll Is Hip boft ]irliiel|iiil lo ilo
bllfilttoss. ilw-imJItn
Store to Let.
THK HTOUK NOW OCOtPlKD BY G.
liOlsfli(uppuslt*? the Holonlal Hotol.
. Possession kIvoii Octnlipr 1st next,
lUnqtilro'nl llieprcmlsps.        dunlStd
lUflsbKfi.:
-&..   PEELE.
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(r'.l'r   COI.0NIAI, 1I0IKL1,
NE\V   WESTMINSTER,   B. 0.
Stoves&Tinware
AT LOWEST PRICES.
Gas-Fitting & Plumbing
A SPECIALTY.
■ NO: f' COT.UMHIA STREET,
ilwailJJIc     lliiHiriml.'. Slinti' lliillitlnit.
I'liyslcliiiis' Prescriptions Md Fa«-
ily Recipes a Specialty.
N   B. — Only Ucnutne Drugs used.
Over twenty years' experience,    mr!"*-.
NOTICE
TS HRllGBV GIVEN that application
1 will tif made to dm l-ef-lslallv-* Assem*
hlyofthe,Province of llrltlsli Columbh^
nt the noxt session thereof, for an Aet to
Incorporate a oompany for the purpose of
nsinictlii-:, inuniiu-liijj-imd maintain I UK
Iim' worka nt the terminal .polntof the
■BTOTICSEL
	
T\UR1N«  MY ABSENCE FROM THE !
I_l Trovlncp, my son, T. .1. Armsli-omr,
holds mv power of nilorney nnd holds my
appointment w- Deputy Sherltr.
Vf, ,1. AIIMSTRONG.
ilnlvT.-llh.KWti. .|lyHm:i
Canadian Phclflc nailwayonuoal Harbor
and English Bny, nnd ror the purposes
thereof granting to the said company the
privilege bf takln water from Capllauo
Creek, Hurnnhy I,.ikn or other sultablo
pulnts, wllh pmver (o the said company
to build flumes,aqueducts, luypipes, ereel
dums.oflquiro lnnds, and do nil other acts
and things necessary for the purposes
nforesnld.
ERERT8 & TAYLOR.
Solicitors for Applicants,
Dated Kepteinl.nr SOl'h, HUB. deMc
BOYS! WANTED.
TWO   8MAHT  BOVH WANTED AT
onoo lo null tlm Ilnlly Coltllnblttli.
Apvly nl This OffltjO, ilntlUlc NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Notice li. V. Edmonds
Steam Launch for Salo J. V. Jaock
i*ulvj §ritiali Columbian
Tutsiln} KviiiIiik, AurimI HI, ISSU.
It is probably gratifying to all
parties excopt ltussiu to timl that
Prince Alexander has lieen virtually restored to the throne of liul-
garin without fuss or bloodshed.
His deposition is one of the most
remarkable incidents of modern his.
tory, and shows how great a commotion may be created liy a few irresponsible men. The scheme was
concocted antl carried out manifestly
without the knowledge or consent of
the people of Bulgaria, and both
Hussia and her Bulgarian sympathisers have completely overreached
themselves. Bulgaria and her prince
have conducted themselves so circumspectly under the trying circumstances as to win good opinions
everywhere, and the way for closer
union among these small states
seems to have lieen opened.
TENDERS.
TENDKltS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
me until noon on SATURDAY NEXT
for removing n liouso from Lot u, ltlook it),
to Lot 7, Moult !£l. und for eerlulii work
thin-con. Plans and gffieeilleatlonsoan bo
seenatniyolllei*. The lowest or any tender not necessarily acSopted.
duuillU HENRY V. EDMONDS.
Steam Launch for Sale
PRIVATE BOARD.
M
RS. DYER IS PREPARED TO lib-
oolvo ti few brmnlei's lit. Iier house,
-   Uouijliia Bl., between Agnes mid Culitin-
blnsfii. igtjffiwl
Lniiil Registry Ordinance, 18*10.
THE NATIONAL
At lt Agaln.
It would be quite impossible for
the Colonist to discuss any question
affecting the mainland und island
without introducing the "sectional"
cry, and we are not surprised to find
it accusing the Columbian of being
"furiously sectional" because we
questioned its sensational item about
Victoria having been decided upon
as the Pacific terminus of the 0. P.
R. In the language employed in
the, article mentioned there was a
total absence of anything that might
be termed -'furious sectionalism,"
but that cireuinstance does not hinder our cotemporary from using the
expression when it suits his purpose. An honest journalist would
have undertaken to meet fairly the
statements put forward against his
theory. It -is the part of the man
who finds his cause indefensible to
resort to subterfuges the purpose of
which is _to mislead. There is uo
doubt in the mind of any person
acquainted with tlie circumstances
that the sensational article of our
Victoria cotemporary was utterly
destitute of foundation. The purpose of it may havo been to boom
Victoria or lo injure tlie mainland
and the plans of the C. P. R, syndicate. Wu cau imagine no other,
and in either case tlio motive was
both sectional and dishonest. Nature lias forbidden the extension of
the C. P. R. to Victoria, and to
overcome the difficulties that lie hi
the way of such an extension would
be a most costly business. It is
quite certain tliat the C. P. R. syndicate has no present intention at
least of uuilei taking anything of
the sort. It is not true, either, that
the Columbian manifested any alarm at the rumor. We knew so
well that it was a pure fabrication
that there was no ground for alarm.
liut if the rumor bad lieen entirely
true, it need not have caused alurm
tn the people of New V\ estminster.
We have never expected, and do
uot ever expect, to lie the only western terminus of the railway. All
we have asked is to be connected by
railway with the main line of the
U. P. \X,\ and that connection has
already been mude. But if this
were the only terminus, the question of iri* would never give us uneasiness. Ico does sometimes accumulate iu the river for a week or
two iu winter, but never to such an
extent us to prevent steamers reaching this city with perfect ease when
properly equipped. Two years ago,
while tlie river was blocked us much
as it is usually blocked by ice, tht*
0. R. A N. Co.'s sidewheel steamer
Idaho came twice to the city without
any protection but a pine board
fastened almut her bows. The
Kraser llivt*r. uk far as this city, is
navigable all the year, and the ice
will not interfere with the operations of any properly equipped
steamboat company. Tho Colonist
says; "Tiie objective point of all
northern railways is Vicioria. The
Northern Pacilic und Canadian Pacific aro both reaching out for its
trade." This is not true. While
nil railways on the coast are undoubtedly reaoTiiiig out for Victoria's
trade, us they are reaching out for
the trade of every cily of import
ance on the co.ist, it is not true that
Victoria is the objective point of all
these roads in the sense of being a
terminus. Tbe terminus proper of
the C. P. It. is and always must bo
ou the mainland. lteyond that
there mny be theoretical termini
without number, and Victoria may
be oue of them, as well us San Francisco and Hong Kong.
THR LAUNCH IS   28   FEET   LONG,
clinker built, ooppoi' fastened, and
Inm a two-horse puwur t'ottl Oil EubIiiu
(Boston Model); Is nearly now, nnd eom-
ploto In every rqspeot, and is for sale itt a
bargain.   For further particulars address
J. Y. JAECIC,
Caro Jtnoro A io„
Box IIT,         Yntes Street, Vlclorln, B. C.
dWflUlttW'2 V
Caledoaian ind St. Andrew's Society t
AMEBT1NCI OP TIIK SOCIETY will
Irr lii'lil In llm Clly II 1  nn  liu'
trvi'llliiK u/ Tllt'Kilny llli' Jllsl Allun-ri. ill S
il'i'liiirk. JOHN SI'ltOTT,
tlHUMd Seeretnry.
LONG   LEE
(FORMERLY HOP f.EE)
HAS    REMOVED     IHB    LAUNDRY
From Frontstreet tbN6.'54 Columbia St.*
opposite Thos. Ovouv Blacksmith Shop,
whore in-will be glad to soe his old customers. dnu.'Htnil
Lol 'JI. Hloi-k VI, part ot IMalrkl <■«) *'*>•
IMI, In the thy uf Vnncouver.
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE OF
Titlo of Goorgo Friisi-r to the iibove-
meiillonod land has been lost or destroyed, and application hus beon intuit- fora
duplicate thereof; Notice is thorofoi'O
hereby given tlmt. suoh dupllmto cerllll-
calo will Ho Issued, unless -.-luisi* be shown
tothe contrary within one month from
the date hereof,
R. W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar.
Luini RoulBtry Oflico,
New Westminster, IU\,Ullli Aug., 1WW.
 daulimil	
CHANGE OF TIME TABLE.
STEAMER
"GLADYS"
UNTIL    FURTHER    NOTICE   WILL
milieu regular trip*
TO Vim AND WAY PORTS,
LenvliiK New WoKtililimter on
MONDAYS uml THURSDAYS
At 7 ii. in.    neltiriilng on Weilnemluyn
nnrl Siitnnliiys
JlyJIIIe CAPT. INSLEY, Master,
Nonoa
W
E HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT
. .    we Intend to apply at the next sit- i
ting of the Licensing Court, for this City, i
to beholden on the 15th day of September
prox., for a license to sell fermented and
Intoxicating liquors by retail on the promises now In course ut construction on
I Lot Fifteen, Block Eleven, In tho City of
New Westminster, to be used ae a hotel
aud to bo known ns the Bingham House.
WM. INSLEY.
J, J. OWENS.
New Westminstor, noth Aug., 1880.
dauSOtd
GLOBE HOUSE!
Knights of Labor.
THE KNIGHTS OF LABOR HAVE
removed from the Foresters' Hall to
the Orangemen's Hull, wliere they hold
their weekly meetings on TUESDAY
NIGHT al 8 o'clock.
M. 1». CROCKER,
Secretary.
New West., Aug. 27th, I860:     daulWml
asro-riCB.
T HEREBY GIVE NOTIOE THAT 1 |
1 Inl und lo apply nl the next sitting of
tne Licensing Court forn lleeuseloscll
fermented und Intoxicating liquors hy re-
tall on lhe premises now occupied liy nu-
us a at ore on Froni street, to he herenfter
used as a hotel. .TAMES WISE.
New West,, ailli Aug,, 188(1. ilnnglwS
I IlfK HAVE JUST RECEIVED
White & Unbleached Cottons.
White & Unbleached Canton
Flannels.
1 White & Grey Shaker Flannels
Silk MimolK, Twists, 1-irney Kill toil*.
lEvrlhuV Krcliljc Woiils.
*6"*All Ooods sold at low rates.      ttmtEQto
•JSTOTICB.
NOTICE IS HEHEBY GIVEN THAT
wo intend lo mnke amplication to
tho Honoumhle the Minister of Ihe lnle-
rlor, 80 dnys after dato, for 11 license tu cut
and haul timber on See. 21 and Vf.'.', sec.
22, Township I, Group II, New Wet*linln-
ster lUstrlct.
BitC.NHTTK SAWMILL CO., Ln.
Dated Aug. 20th, 18811. diiu2i!inl
NOTICE.
Dominion   Lands.
NOTICE IS HEHEBY GIVENTHAT.
the surveys of Townships Nob, 1 and
2, west of Const Meridian, and Townships
Nos. 7, 8, III, 18, 11 and Ut, east of Coast,
Meridian, New Westminster lUstrlet.having been duly coniiniied.lhe undersigned
ts now prepared lo receive applications for
Homestead Entry on Dominion Lnnds In
such Townships respectively.
Applicants must personally appear before lhe undersigued at tlie Dominion
Lnnds Ollice, New Westminster, and
mako tho uflldavll and pay tin-entry fee
ot j-iu pn-serllieil bv Clause hi of the Lands
Regulations of 1885.
H.B.W. AIKMAN,
Agent of Dominion Lands, B.C.
llth August, 188(1. dwintlllinl
iMttiiilttiul Outirtliun cwiy/.)
TS HERKBY GIVEN THAT WE IN-
1 tend lo apply io Mie Ohlof Comm s-
slonor of Lunds nnd Works for permission to pureliiisH lnnd situated nl Village
Bay, Husky it Inlot, Vuldo- Island, and
ilt'M'i-ilied as follows:
Commeoelug at n iiosl driven about
twonty ehnins along the shore easterly
from thc inniilli of the river on lhe left
bunk; thenco due norlh nfcout tlfly ehulns
tothe hike; thence nlong the lnko slime
weslerlv nbout -ll) chains; Ibence due
soulh to Village Bay; thenee easterly lo
place of beginning! containing abont one
hundred acres, more or less, exclusive of
thc Indian Reserve contained within Ina
abovo-ineiit loued boundaries,
Royal City PLAmikg Mills Co. (Ld.)
JOHN HENDRY,
July 21,188(1.        (jly28ni2) Manager
P. 0. Box 71
Teuphqhe Call Ho. 6.
THOS.  OVENS,
MANUFACTURER OF
Blacksmith and Machinist
All Kinils of Machinery, Patent Locks,
Safes, Sewing Machines,  ke,, ke,,
Repaired.
BLACKSMITHINC
In nll   Its branches.   Farmers', Loggers',
Mil) and Contract Work; Agricultural
Implements, nnd everything In llm
blneksiuitli lino made to order.
Having secured lirst-class workmen, we
feel comment of giving satisfaction.
JUT Horse-shoeing a speclulty.
ilw-Jlyttllu]    Coi.umiiia St., New West.
WM McCOLL,
llllll liiil! "BLUEJTORE"
STANDARD TIME
Dry Goods, Men's Furnishings,
Groceries $ Provisions.
LUNDBiiM-M BLOOK, Columbia St.
tl wnti.U c
A Russiini journal says that utttnku,
on thu Caspian sea, it is quilo common
fur uloasui-ti parties to "Bet fire to tho
at». Whenever there is nn unusual
accumulation of naphtha at lliu bottom
of the sua the surface becomes agitated
in a pL-cttl'ni' way, aud if (hu [ruses
jioveii'igo-urit aro ignited, tho firo
often s|iiuiiiis over a lnrge urea, until a
stroii-* utist of wind puts tin end to the
fascinating spectaolu.
 • -♦-*--	
ll. Sullivan, Malcolm. Ontario, writes:
'*I have heen selling Dr. Thomas' Eclec-
trie Oil for some yearg, and liavo no hesitation hi *aying tlmt It lias given better
satisfaction thnn any other medicine I
liave ever sold. I consider it the only
patent medicine tlint cures more tlinu it
is recommended to cure." Unprincipled
persons are selling imitations of Ur.
Thomas' Kclectric Oil. Ho not be deceived.
Important to Bakers!
MANITOBA FLOUR
(Ilnlsy .mils, Brandon.)
Tin- first car-load has arrived and more
is coming.
TIR-ST   IT.
Koi terms apply lo
UAHM-.TON  &  1IAUU1S,
I'orl Iluminoiid,
j Sole AgontsfurBrllish Columbia, illinium
PY/EMIA
Is thc most virulent form of Mood-poison*
Ing. Lush speedily futal, but not less cen-
tninlv so, is the vitliiliou of thn blood of
which llic lirst symptoms are Pimples,
Sties, Hoils, and Cutaneous Eruptions. When the luint of Scrofuluclvcs
warnlngof tlsftrosencc hv such Indications,
no time should he lost'In using Ayek's
SAiis.vi'.utii.i.A, tho only pm-fcci mid roll-
nlili- iiicdiiiiiu for the jitirificntion of the
blond.
SCROFULA
Is a foul corrupt lun in the blood thnt rots
out nil the miu'liinerv of life. Nothing
will unulicnlu it from ihu system and prevent its transmission to ' offspring but
AvKit'ti HahsaI'aimm.a. This prepnrn-
lion is ulso tint onlv one that will demise
the blood of Mercurial poison and the
luint or Coniuglmis Discuses. Impoverished blood is productive of
AN/EMIA,
A Wl-Giehnd (toiidHioii indicated by Pallid
Skin, Pliiccld Muscles, Shattered
Nerves, mid .Melancholy. Its first
KVinptoiiis nro Wenknoss-, I-antuor,
Imh.i ot Nerve Force, and Mental Do-
joofcloii. Its cinirsc, unchecked, leads
inevilahlv to iiisinilty or death. Women
freqtient Iv sutler from It. Tho only racdl-
i-iuo Hint, while mtrlfvlng tlie blood, enriches it with now vitality, ond Invigorates
thc whole system, Is
Ayer's Sarsaparilla,
I'ltP.I'AllED BY
D   .1. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mm*.
Jolil hy all Druggists: Price *1; (.'
Six Itottles for (5.
OF   IRELAND.
attlK UNDKItKIONED having accepted
-   tho a-iciu-y of tho above Company for
this City und District uml   the City of
Vancouver, Is prepared to receive appll
cations for risks.
dw-Jly.lltc     IIENHY V. EDMONDS.
Gas Fittings!
E. S. SCOULLAR & CO.
Are Prepared to Supply and Erect
Gas Pipe,
Gas Fixtures,
And everything relating to this branch of
business,
ft»" Experienced and competent men
only employed, and work iruaranteed
first-class In every respect. Prices aa low
ns anywhere else.
E. fi. HCOULLAR A CO..
d-Jlyalto Columblastreet.
Globe House!
COLUMBIA STREET,
New Westminster, B.C.
IMPORTERS OK
DryGoods
Millinery and
Fancy Goods
Embroidery, Silks & Wools.
Wfi liave I'ocpivoil a now stock of BEE-
IIIVKilliilHltl'KIM'-INGEWNU WOOLS,
also a litrii" iinriollmoiit or CRINOLINES,
HOOPS uml RUSTLES, *c, ie.
■w^-tv*:. •*-!«a.*b,
ilw-Jlj-Jlllir Mnnnger.
11 IM,
GENERAL
DEALER
The only place on
the Mainland wliere
Watch Dials can be
changed to the 24-
hour system or Standard Time.
-•ti'All BtminCHH Mini nmi Mtn-ulitnit.
alioulil kni-p tliis time, ns Stciimlioats unil
Trains arrive ami ilepnrt l.y tlie samo.    •
8TIR8KY,
WATCHMAKKII,
Coliimliln Street, New West.     ilwiiiiJOinl j
Gas Fitting!
The Gas Company
respectfully inform
the Public that they
are prepared to do
Gas Fitting at lowest, I
possible rates consis-
tent with good workmanship.
A supply of FIX- j
TURES, GLOBES,;
&c, are on the way.
§■*■*"* Orders may be left at
RAND BROS.
J. L. STAMFORD,   '
.l-JlyJIII,. MANAIIIJII.
COMPLETE STOOK OF
GROCERIES
BOTTOM   PRICES!
Clothing,
Hats and
DryGoods
AT COST OR LESS.
If you want Bargains,
CALL EARLY.
•^THAT-Stf
iin FELT
WANT.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY.
FRESH WATER TERMINUS
A lew lap!
$1.25
-OP THK-
$1.25
DISTRICT OF
Sewfestminster
JOST ISSUED BV
Price, $1.25.
This Map lius lieen produced at
grent cost, and gives tt vast amount
of information never before available respecting tlie most important
district in the Province.
The new Map shows tiio latest
surveys, the latest roads, lhe line of
the 0. P. B.  and extensions. ■
I
BUY A COPY.
PUBLISHED BY
RAND BROS.
Real  Estate, Insurance and
Financial Agents,
NKW WESTMINSTER, VANIJOUVEK
ANI) VICTOIUA.
FOR SALE AT
T. R. Pearson & Co's
NEW WESTMINSTER AND VANCOUVER,
npi-lc
City of New Westminster 1
IMPORTANT
Auction Sale
-OK-
CITY RESERVES
-ANII-
GARDENS.
A PUBLIO AUCTION will tiik. pluc.nl
A tlm Colonial Hotel, In lite City ol
New WeramluHtei', on
Saturday, 4th Sept., 1886,
At n o'clock In tin' evening, when the
following lols will Iii'sutiinlttuil to public
competition, in accordance witli ''Land
Sale lly-I.iiw, I8S1," unit umemlnietitn
thereto, vlxi
GOVERNMENT OFFICE CIARDENS.
Block A.
Lot. Nob. JI and 4.
Lota Nos. 13 to 20, ineliuive.
VICTORIA (iARDENS-Block B.
Lots Nos. 3 to 6, inclusive.
Lots Nos. 8 to 20,      "
Lots Nos. .W, Sii and Jlli.
ST. PATRICK'S SQUARE-Block D.
Lots Nob. 4 to 8, inclusive.
Lots Nob. 10 to 30,   "
ALICE GARDENS-Block E.
Lots Nos. 0, 8, 0 and 10.
CLINTON PLACE RESERVE-Block F
Lots Nob. 1 to 5, inclusive.
Lots Nos. 8 to 31,     "
Lots Nos. 33 to 30,   "
ST. GEORGE'S SQUARE-Block H.
Lota Nos. 12 to 20, inclusive.
Lots Nos. 23 to 30,   "
ST. ANDREW'S SQUARE-Block K.
Lots Nob. 7 and 8, ami
Lots Nos. 10 to 10, inclusive.
Lots Nos. 21 to 28,      "
Lots Noa. 31 to 40,      "
trTTlie Lots ire mostly Oil hy IS! feet.
TEUMH-.t|i:; percent, on the tall ol Ihe
hummer; HJi',s;por eent. In three moiiUm;
anil the balance ol the purchase money In
six months frnm date ol Sale.
By onler,
A. J. ALPORT, C.M.C.
City Clerk's Oflli-e.
New Westmlnsler, ITII, Aug., ISSU.
nrilTtil
Cheap Stoves
Just Received via G.
P.'ft.'one car-load of
Stoves and Ranges.
These Stoves are from
the celebrated firm of
of E. & C. Gurney &
Co. and are well
known to be the best
in the market. Parties desiring Stoves
will do well to give us
a call before purchasing elsewhere, as we
are offering these
Stoves at a slight, advance on cost to make
room for two more
car loads now on the
way.
E. S. 8C0ULL4R & CO.
PACIFIC
I
COLUMBIA STKEKT.
New Westminster, B. C.
i     (iMilDtc
mi.UMMA BTREET.
"I Ink-.' only one Kii-jIInIi woi'ltly |)ii|ior,
The ftptvtntor, nmi one Cminilliui, Tlm
ll'rrk, tuul iim it rule I uhuuhl he pit /./.It'll In
Kiiy whicli I ulintllil hiIkh must.*' l<Yoin a
letter by Tliotnnw llii--lii'*-,:iiillii.i-<if "Tom
Drown'p Holmol Day-s."
The Week:
! A (nil-nl Iii ii Jouriuil «f I'iiIHIi-h, Nut-It*!)
nntl Mir rut tin*.
1     IMIIUJMIIKII KVKHvTlUlllfiliAV, AT 88,00
1'1'K ANNUM.
i     lililopomleill In pnlllles, THK  WKKK
I iippi-iil*- by iic<iiiipi-elii*iislVi*'riilileof Cim-
tetitx lu'(lie llllTeieiil tiiwIeM wlileli t>xlxt
! within tlio«h'-'ln of 11 i-iiihth-ii lionif.
!    All ftvorrtsn of (Ifleen Nhoit, oi'lsp Kditor*
i lnln |k given hi em-li a inn her upon (' \N A-
; DIAN. AMKItK'AN.iiml KNIILIKH J'OI,-
j ITiCSlllltl MTKUATtUlK.
:    Aniont-Mi ilieiv«ii!iii-t'iinti'ihntoisl» I'm-
/t'smirtJiil'lwliiHiiiilli; iiiiilinllKtl!iKnl-lH-tl
nnhllc man In liOiuloii htiM ktmlly nndfr-
jiiken  to fiipply i-eL-nltiYlv nn  Knirllt-li
Iii'ltor.    I'ltrft. nml Wiis-hlnt-loti I-el tern
will ii])|ieur nl n-u'iilin luli-rviil.-.
Inmlultion tlit'le nre spei-htl eoiitrlhn-
IhniK from •■ome of lh--niih-.-i wrlti't'-- In
lhe Iii.niiiiiDii nntl IlieUiiiled SliUex.
.Iw-jl.vIIHe
hiiKiioweiileroil lipotl Its thlnl yenr with
most eneitimiKllig prusp'-etK, nnd wllh
imiiiv new f.-iiMirt'N.
('. JILAI.'KKTT HOHINSON,
"iJoiilitn SL-Tortinlo, out.
Miunplei'itplex froe nil ii|ipllen(lon,
THK WKKK Ik out1 of Ihe ItlOftl liifiiii-ii-
htl joiirniilN In I'linndii    Truth, l.omlon, !
KhKlflltil- Ml
1
HAVINO PURCHABBD the Black-
smithing busmen lately carried on
by \V. It. Lewis, und the Pacific Car*
riaga Woi-lti, curried on by Johnstone k
Smith, wc nre prepared to Manufacture
all kinds of
Farm Wagons,
Carriages,
Phaetons,
Buggies,
Express Wagons,
Drays, Carts,
Stages,
Antl uvurything in lhs vehicle line
on tliu sluiilest milieu and ut reus-
oiiiil'lii priui's.
Wf nlso ki'i'p in stouk tlie uliove
mticlus, mid nil kinds of Wagon
nnd CnrrirKe Material.
KcpnlrliiK. I'aliitliiK & Trim-
lllllll* done at reiii.oiiat.lt! pricea
BLACKSMITHINC
In all its brunulies. Farmers', Loggers', Mill end Contract Work, and
Hnrst'slioi'ing undertaken; Agricultural Implements, and everything
in the lilncksinith line mmlo to order.
Wo ulso keep iu stock to supply
the trade,-Iron, Steel, Cuiiilierlnnd
('mil, Chain, Horse and Ox Shoes,
Sti'el and Iron Harrow Teeth, Harrows, Springs, Axles, mid a complete
stock of Carriage Hardware.
. Having secured first class work
mm, we feel confident of giving satisfaction.
All material antl work leaving
the shop will he guaranteed lirst-
chtss. Orik'rs from the country
promptly attended ta
nili-itc      REID Jt OIIRRIK
BOY WANTED.
X  INTKU.IGENT   BOY   WANTED
lYniwtn
A to Uinrn fho prliillng hnHlnMB. Aj
nl ililttnllli'"
EHHi
HAVING PUR-
chased the stock
ofHardware,Paints,
Oils, &C., of the Estate of Trapp Bros.,
we purpose offering
to the Public VERY
GREAT INDUCEMENTS in this
branch of the Business, 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 country, 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 Window Blinds, Oakum,
Pitch, Giant,Blasting
and Sporting Gun-
Powder, Fuse and
Caps, 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 intrusted to us will be subject to a cash discount of 5 per cent.
—our motto being,
"Small Profits and
Quick Returns."
Thanklnic llic Public gener.
ally for the liberal patrouiige
accorded to us In the past, we
trust by strict attention to
business to merit a continuance of the same.
T.J. TRAPP,
COMMISSIONS IN THE COUNTRY
PROMPTLY KXEOUTKD.
TO IC MD CHEA- MD DN UIY THIU:
i Mccormick twine binder,
2 MEADOW LARK REAPERK,
2 TRIUMPH REAPKRR,
I BUCKEYE MOWER,
1 ITHICA HAY RAKE.
8LASS WINDOWS A DOORS
AT FACTORY RATE&.
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Mailed dally, one year $10.00
Mulled dully, nIx months    5.50
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Inserted In either Issue for less thnn 31.
Jtoihj gtritish (Eolumbiim
Tnesdny Evening. Angus! 81, ltww.
For Sale 1000 A-barrela ud kits cheap.
Apply at this office. aplOtc
Sir John Macdonald and party woro
nt Port Arthur last Friday. ■
The Princess of Wales spends 850,-
000 per annum un houquete.
The Rithot took down over 50 pas*
sengera from here laat evening.
Mr. Edmunds invites tenders for
removing a building and other work.
See adv.
For Sale—Hotel doing a good paying
business; cheap. Apply at Woods,
Turner & Gamble. jyl ite
Any pei-son wishing to t urchaso a
steam launch at a bargain should read
the advertisement in tliis paper.
Ill-fitting boots und shoes cause corns.
Holloway'i§ Com Cure is the article to
use. Got a bottle at onco und cure your
corns.
The reason why the word "honeymoon'' iB only applied tu married poople is because the moon affects the
tiod.
A portion of the machinery of tho
wrecked 0. P. R. Bteamer Algoma has
been reclaimed nnd taken to Owen
Sound.
Two of the mounted police who came
duwn with the paymasters'car on Sunday rode over to Port Moody this
morning.
A little camphor in the wator will
remove all "shine." Aud remember,
girls, all face powders are snares and
delusions.
Mr. Justice McCreight will hold
county court in this city to-morrow. The
business will be lighter than that of
any court hold during the hist two
years.
it your children are troubled with
worms, give them Mother Graves' Worm
Exterminator; safe, sure, and effectual.
Try it and mark tho improvement in
your-chilli
Iii addition to our'new stock of Bpring
goods we have opened an invoice ol
Uiagonals, West of Kngland Broadcloths
and French Casahneres. . Walsh the
Model Tailor. Herbert Walsh, Manager. ap21tc
The girl being absent, the lady answered the back door bell. She wns
accosted by an embarrassed-look ing
man, thus: "Excuse me, madam, but
I've come for your remains." It was
the swill merchant. This happened in
Boston.
Ths total attendance of pupils tt the
public school is 224, of whom 1*15 belong to the boys' department. Since
the opening of the sohool for this term
the names of 30 new pupils have been
added to the rolls, showing a very satisfactory increaso in the city's population.
Do -you wish a beautiful complexion!
Thon tie Ayer's SamtptriHa. It cleanses
aud purifies the blood, and thereby removes blotches and pimples from the
skin, making it smooth and clear, aud
giving it a bright antf healthy appearance.
The contrutet for repairing the Port
Moody wlinrf lias been awarded tn
Mr. Loamy. The price, wo bolieve, is
Bomothing under $10,000, aud work
will probably begin in two or threo
weoks. ' We understand that only
about one-third of tho inm piles will be
placed in the wharf.'
The best medical authorities acknowledge the great value of Ayer' i Cathartic
Pills, and frequently presoribt thou- ci*
with the utmost confidence, well knowing that they are the most effectual
remedy ever devised tor diseases caused
by derangements of the stomach, liver
and bowels.
Custom*.— During the month of
August the collections at tliis port
wero ns follows : Customs, $5,005.91;
lines, $50 ; other revenues, 818.42 ;
total, 95,734.113. For tho same month
lost yoar the revenue was $4,305.10,
showing wi increase this year nf $1,-
3«ii.aY "
The Aldkh Grove Cases.—The
charges against the ten residents of
Alder Grove, who it was alleged had
made false declarations as to thoir
right to vote nt n school trustee election, came up boforo Cnpt. Pittendrigh
this morning, but were withdrawn with
the consent of thu court, an arrangement satisfactory to prosecution und
defence having hfkni nrrived at. This
arrangement, apart from minor details,
provides that a new election of trustees
in tho Alder Grove school district shall
take placo, tlie. present parties holding
office undertaking to resign. Mr. Bole
for prosecution, Mr. McColl (Ooui-bould
& McColl), for tlie defendants.
Personal.
Capt. Spaulding, of Victoria, is in
(he city.
Gen. Sherman, of the U. S. army,
left Port Moody on to-day*B train from
the oost.
Sir Charles DUko and Lord Kingston aro en routo to this province on
tho C. P. R.
Mr. Marcus Smith, C. E.„ accompanied by Miss Smith, arrived here
from Hastings to-dny.
It is stated that Sir Richard Cartwright, ox-finance minister in tlie
Mackenzie government, is coming to
visit British Columbia.
A Montreal despatch says tliat Mr.
Van Horne, accompanied by Mr. Fraser, head of a large ton importing firm
in New York, left for Vancouver last
Thursday.
Mr. J. 8. Clute, Jr., who has been
connected with the Land Registry
office in this city for somo time, past,
leaves for Vancouver to-morrow,
whore ho intends going into business
with his undo, Mr. J. M. Oluto.
Sir Donald A. Smith, accompanied
by Cyrus W. Field, Lord Anson, Mr.
Watson, manager of tho New York
branch of the Montreal Bnnk, and
Hon. Annas Northcoto, son of Sir
Stafford, arrived at Port Hammond in
the official cur, Motapedin yesterday
nnd went down to Victoria lust night
on the Rithet, after being iu tlie city
for a few liours.
Rev. R. Mnokay, F. R. O; L, of
London, Eng.,was in the city to-day,
Mr. Mackay is honorary secretary of
the Self-Holp Emigration Society,-an
organization which undertakes to assist deserving persons who wish to emigrate, from Britain to any of the colonies. During this season the society
has assisted -between two and three
hundred persons to reach Canada,
and 80 to Australia. Mr. Mackay is
establishing agencies in this province,
and lias obtained the consent of Mr.
C. tt. Major to net as correspondent
in this eity. . A better appointment
cuuld hardly liave been made.
The New Wire.
FURTHER   PARTICULARS  ABOUT  THIS   IMPORTANT WORK.
The Postal Telegraph company are
going to work vigorously with the construction of their line between this
place and San Francisco. Gangs of
mon have started in at different points
nlong the route, and should everything
go well the work will no doubt be completed in time for New Westminster
to exchange Christmas greetings with
Sun Francisco. At this end Mr.
Wise, whu haa the consrnct for getting
out the polos as far as Whatcom, has
gone over some seven or eight miles of
his contract, and to-day the foremen
wilt proceed with tho erection of the
wire which is on hand, and, by the
way, was the first freight to arrive
over the branch railway. Tho poles
are to be 25 feet in length and not
less thnn seven inches at tho top, 35
poles to the mile. The cross bars will
be made to receive four wires, though
only two will be put up at present,
one for local the other for through
business. The No. 0 wires used aro
considerably larger than any that have
been heretuforo put up in theso parts,
and should a tree fall across thom
their strength will bo such as te pull
down the cross bars beforo the wires
will break. Tho working of the line
will, consequently, stand a better
chance of not being interfered with by
falling trees'till repairers, who will be
stationed all along the route, cau be
on hand and set matters right- again.
The location chosen -for tlie cable
which is to crois the river is near the
route of the government cables, which
land a few yards south of Brownsville.
As it is the intention of the company
to work direct from Stn Francisco to
this city, and from here to Winnipeg,
and thence direct to Montreal, it will
be seen that they intend to organize a
first-class service in every respect.
New Westminster boing the end of a
circuit, all business from the enst for
the Pacifio coast and business from the
Pacific coast for the east wilt have to
be repeated after being received here,
which means work for a largo number
of operators, so that the importance uf
this work to the city is worth considering. Vancouver Island will have
connection with the line, but by what
means is not yet decided on.
From Surrey.
(Correspondenceofthe Columbian.)
Tho smoko till lately, was getting
quito thick but the late ruins hnvo
washed it froin the air and we can see
with ease again.
Contracts for the MacKay-ltounott
telegraph lino from New Westminstor
to Snn Fmucisco are signed and work
will commence in a fuw days. The
line will follow thu Ynlo road to the
10-mile post, thenco down the Hall's
|iraii iu road to the boundry line. It
if looked upon as tho forerunner of the
railroad. Now tho C. P. R. iB striving
for the Scuttle trado and the Belling-
liain Ray Railway and Navigation Co.
has its charter we expect to see the
railroad a certainty in the nenr future.
A ball was held in the Elgin Hall,
Mud Bay, on Friday, August 27th, and
was largely attended by tho young
folks around. The music was supplied
.by Mui-cltison Bros., of Lnngley and
Robert Shortreed, of Aider Grove.
Mr. F. W. Howay, of Canoe Pass, and
Messrs. Mann and Mackay, of New
Westminister with others wore present.
A most enjoyable time was spent and
all were pleased with tho entertainment
provided,
The Elgin Hotel is now under tho
management of Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Faulkner. Mr. John King, the former
bust has gono ttt ranching, having
secured a valuable lot of prnirie tm the
Mud Bay flats.
A few of tho settlers have got thoir
pro-omption papers already and more
will follow soon, A broad grin covers
tho faces of those who have at laat
gained a title to their lands after 7
years of " sao weary waitiu'."
City Council*
The regular weekly mooting of the
city council was hold last evening.
Present, Couns. Lord, (in the chair),
Bonson, Douglas, Elliott, Shiles, Calbick, and Ross.
COMMUNICATIONS
were read as follows: From Jas. Pear-
sou, secretary of tho municipal council
of Chilliwhack, acknowledging tlie invitation extended to them by Now
Westminster to attend the reception
of Sir John Macdonald, but stated that
it huil been received too Into for them
to act.   Received and filed.
From Chas. Welsh, asking permission to eroct a boot blaek stand iu
front of the London Anns saloon,
stand to bo removed every evening.
Request granted.
From J. J, Owens, asking permission to place lumber ou the streets
for building purposes. Referred to
board of works-
From Turpi n & Stride, asking that
a lane off Royal Avenue bo attended
to before they removed into thoir new
building.   Laid ovor.
From  Henry V. Edmonds asking
E3i'inission to remove a house from
ut 3, block 10, to Lot 7, block 23, aud
to havo nll tho usual privileges connected therewith.   Grantod.
Fiom W. D. Ferris who, having
boon appointed coroner, asked whether
the council purposed to continue to
repudiate the payment of coroners'
fees, the provinoial secretary having
informed him at the time of his appointment that the province wns not
liable.
Mr. Ferris, at request, explained
that he was anxious to have tliis matter settled before entering on his duties. Ho did not know who paid coroners' fees in othor cities of the province, but in Ontario they wore met by
tho municipalities. The coroner's feo
was 010, though an inquest might entail much greater expense.
It was the general opinion of the
council that if the government appointed coroners it should also be answerable for their expenses, which opinion
was concurred iu by the city barrister,
who, when the matter had been previously brought up, advised the council not to pay the fees. The communication Was considered in committee of
the whole, but the committee rose and
reported without taking1 any action.
From I. Smith, applying for the
position of city scavenger. Referred to
board of health.
From G. E. Corbould, asking that
Mr. Turner be instructed to mark tlie
grade of St. Patrick's street and the
limits of Manitoba lane. Referred to
board of works.
From Thos. L. Briggs, on behalf of
John Irving, applying for the renewal
of lease of water lota 24 and 25 under
the usual conditions.   Granted.
KRONT STRKET REPAIRS.
The board of works having examined
Front streot between Mr. E wen's and
tho Holbrook Iioubo ' found that the
majority of the piles were in as good
condition as evor und that only 25 new
piles would bo required. All timber
above the piles they reported would
require to bo renewed and tho total
cost of lumber, Bpikes, labor, &c, for
repairs to the same would bo about
91,400. Report received and Board of
Works authorized tu carry out the
work.
FIRE COMMITTEE'S REPORT.
Tlie firo committee reported tlint
with the chief engineer of the fire de*
p nrtment they had had two meeting's
with Mr, Stamford but had come to
no conclusion. The committee, howevor, were of opinion that it is of the
greatest importance that the city
should havo a 'good supply of water,
and recommended that some inducement be offered for the carrying out of
a scheme with that end in view. The
chief engineer calculated tli|t tiie
city required 15 hydrants, hut Mr.
Stamford would not give any figures
for that number. The water tanks
were reported in bad condition and the
supply poor and in cose of fire the chief
engineer was of opinion the fire company would have to Tely on the river
for wator.
RAILWAY MATTERS.
Coun. Elliott reported that a portion
of Front stroot broken up for railway
construction was not being repaired
the full width as stipulated in agreement.   Referred to Board of Work.
J. W, Sexuiuth forwardud a bill of
9400 against the city on account of being deprived of tho use of n building
through railway construction. Refer-
rec to railway committee. Council
then adjourned.
Mr. T. C. Berchnrd, public school
teacher Norland, writes: "During tlie
1881 I was much troubled with Biliousness and part of tlie time wss unable to
attend to the duties of my profession.
Northrop ft Lyman's Vegetable Discovery
and Dyspeptic Cure was recommended
to me, and I havo much pleasure in stating that I was entirely cured by using
one bottle. 1 have not had an attack of
my old complaint since, nnd have gained
fifteen pounds in weight."
This Afternoon's Despatches.
greeted the prince with joyous shouts of
welconie. Large crowds left Tirnova to
meet the prince at a point five miles distant, and escorted him into town moid
greut enthusiasm. Au address uf wel
come was presented in behalf of the people. Alexander congratulated Tirnova
upon hnving commenced the counterrevolution in his favor. It is now said
Alexander will probably proceed to
I'hillipopolis to*day.
London, Aug. 31.--In the first heat
to-day in the international sculling contest, between Beach of Australia and
Bubear of England, Beach won.
Home, Aug. 31.—Reports from Mol-
fetta. Sau Marco, Rotunda, Bologna ami
Ravena show 8i new casts of choleia
and 30 deaths.
IJeiimn, Aug. -31.—A correspondent of
the Tayblatt at Franzeuhad hus had an
interview with De Giers, in which the
Russian foreign minister stated lie would
return to St. Petersburg Sept. 'Ad by way
of Merlin, and would have another conference in thut city with R.smni-ck,
Nothing has been decided upon regarding llulgjiria In his present interview
with the chancellor, an it was not known
that Alexander would return to Sofia.
De I iiew said be tlid not know whit tho
czar's present intentions were, Imt lie
said Hitssiu could imt occupy Bulgaria
while thut country was tranquil, Russia's position would bo very delicate and
critical should Alexunder insist upon the
execution of the men who led tliu conspiracy against lum. l)c Giers spoke iu
comicumation of Alexauilcr'» course, and
alluding to England's action iu the
premises, he said she has used every*
thing that came within her reach us nn
instrument ugainst Russia.
London, Aug. 31,—-Tho race between
Teemer of the United States and .Matter-
son of Australia was won by Teemcr.
Toronto, Ont., Aug: 31.—A Winnipeg despatch says that the baggage of
Sir Charles Dilke and Lord Kingston,
who recently passed through Winnipeg
ou their way to the Pacific coast, waa
seized by tho Northwest police on entering the Territories for containing liquors.
Sir Charles is traveling under the name
of Tetlow.
London, Aug. 31.—Despatches from
St, Petersburg stato that the leading
Russian pupers affect to have great tears
concerning the fate of Bulgaria.
" Where, to quote the language of one
of them, "there are .two governments
and two armies menacing each other with
civil war, n speedy pacification of Bulgaria is neee-sary." l'he Navot Vremyae
declares that Alexander must -be prevented from returning to Sofia, and says
all Russians would enthusiastically support any steps which Russia might take
to'stop him.
AFTER DINNER.
Persons who suffer from Indigestion
can iirrest Iho progress of that painful
iiiiilaily by tho uso of an after-dinner
pill, so composed that it will give tone
to llic stomacli, prevent heartburn, ronso
I he liver to healthful action, invigorate
(he kidneys, anil thus, through the activity
of theso organs, promote tho natural
movement of tho stomach and bowels.
Ayijk'h 1'ili.s are so compounded that
their ucllon, though mild, effectually produces the above results. They also, in
curing Constipation, remove tho causo of
Biliousness, Liver Complaint, Kidney Dls-
t'Hse, ltlieuinalisni, nnd many other serious
ailments.
AYER'S PILLS
contain no mineral nor poisonouB substance, and ilo not gripo unless tho
bowels nro irritated, und evon then their
Jullucucc is healing. To continue their
effect hi constipated or chronic cases, thev
need only be tuken lu diminishing InBtcud
of tnerousing doses. For seamen, and In-
httbltnnts or travelers In sparsely settled
countries whoro physicians nre not at
hnnd, they nro of inestimable value.
There Is hardly a sickness they will not
iilleviate, und In most cases cure, If taken
promptly. To young girls just entering
upon womanhood, imd to women whoso
period of maternity is drawing to a close,
Ayer's Pills, In moderate doses, merely
sufficient to ensure regular action of the
bowels, will be found of
Incalculable Value.
PREPAKED BY
Dr. J, C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists.
THE WEST SHOBE FOR SEPTEMBER.
-The Grent Illustrated Brllish (oiu robin Edition. A full supply now en hand
at T. B. Penrson A Co's,, sole agents hr
Ihe Mainland, nt 38 ets, each. te
| ■ A now map of British Columbia just
I issued by the government, for salo at
! T. R. Pearson k Co's. The best map
| ever issued; §'2,2o.—Adv.
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
' at tlie CoMJMniAN office.    Prices will be
found lower than at any other office in
the province.—Adv,
2st:ew fall
DRY GOODS
OPENING   DAILY.
riT. PAUL'S CHURCH. Services ev-
k5 cry Sunday ut II a. m. and 7 p. m. In
the Ohuroh, Ht. John Btreet, below Royal
avenue. Seats free, all are cortllnlly Invited. Sundav School ut 2.30 p. sr.
(fe28tc)
METHODIST CHURCH, Mury St.
Hev, 0. Watson, Pustor. Services ut
II ii. in. uml 7 p. m. Sunday School nnd
Bible Class 2:30 p. in. Prttyer Meeting on
Thursdays ut 8 p. m. Seats froe; strangers
cordially Invited. je7-tc.
Tub Laws ok the Medes and Pen-
sian.h were not more immutable than
those of nature It we transgress them
wo suffer. • Sometimes, however, we
break them inadvertently. Damage*!
frequently take the form of Dyspepsia,
Constipation and Biliousness, which can
bo easily repaired with Northrop and
Lyman's Vegetable Discovery uud Dyspeptic Cure, thoGrcat Blood Purifier and
renovator of the system.
CHURCH OF ENGLAND, St, Mury's,
Sapperton. Services, Sundays, 10.*)
u, in., uud 3,30 p.m. Tliu rati uys, 7,;tUp. in.
Daily, It)ii. in., 5 p. m. Holy Communion,
Sundays, 7 ii.in., except 2nd Sunday In the
month.  AU seats free. mhSMtc
D. Drysdale & Co.
73 COLUMBIA STREET,
'tt-tstm New Westminster, B. C.
JAMES ELLARD & CO.
IMPORTERS OF
Dry Goods, Silks, Millinery,
MANTLES,
Carpets, Underclothing, Hosiery,
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City of Mkxuo,  Aim.    .tl.
Sedv;
Beautiful    photographic    panoniniic
In British Columbia,
views
-.et at T  K. Pearson ft Oi
, 75 cts. por
A full lino-of Canadian Hymnals just
rcneived at T. R. IVnrson ft. Co.'s  ool7te
wick, the special American envoy, had
another consultation with Minister .lack*
son yosterday for the purpose of procuring d&U for his report to Hecretury Hay-
aril ou thc Cutting case. Nothing is
said regarding the rn ors in circulation
concerning Sedgwick. Minister Jackson
has taken no part in the imittur.    *
Bri'HAitKST. Aug. SI."-Three leaders
of the conspiracy against Prince Alexander, including the trenail rer, havo taken
refuge iu this city. The [b-overiiment decided to expel them, and notified the
refugees that they must Iwtvi-; The con-
Npiriitot'H thereupon -ippculed to the Hub*
Hum legation for proto<-tiou. Telegrams
were pussiug bctw ecu the le--it tion and
St. Petersburg ull of last uiulit. Alex* j
under will arrive at PliillipopotiH to*
morrow,
Tirnova, Aug.   31. -Prince   Alexan- I
dof's jplirncy here   from   Slstui'A  wus a
series of ovations,   The pimple, ben-led
by the priests, Hocked to lhe  ilifferuiit I
points nu the mute of the ptnowisinn nnd
Wholesale fflty Market.
fleet,     per 100 lbs $7 00 0 88 00
Pork         "         7 50 0-; into
Mutton       "           8 603 mw
Hides(Ri-'n)"          8 60S 0 00
Potatoes     "            1 2.") (i-i 1 '-tl
Turnips      "           0 50l§ 0 7")
Ourrofs       "           0 7S@ 1 ill
Parsnips    "          100(3 1'->
Beets          "           1 oor-ii 1 25
Cabbage    "         100@ I i'i
Onions        "           2 00(9 8 DO
Apples       "  1 rsO@ 1 lo
Pears        "         0 00® ooo
Wheat "   1 r-Ofi'   1 "">
Oats ■»   1 50 (ii  1 lit
Pens '■  160©  175
Hay, •     per ton   It 00 di 10 IW
Butter (rofts) per fo 0 '.Bo* » 30
Cheese, «    0 1$<-$ u IB
EKE**-      perdoz o-tt(it u'SO
Geese,       cueh      1600 1 "n
Duoks "        0 20m oi")
Chickens, per puir 0 75(5 1 ui
Turkeys, per lh  020(--; o 25
Cordwood (retail) per curd :iW)i«. '2 50
The Confederation Lire.
'1 he annual report of this solidly pros- I
perous Canadian institution wilt be found ■
tn another column.   The facts revealed
in the accounts and the Directors' report
thoroughly justify the ecomiuins which
tho shareholders present bestowed upon
tlie management.    Thanks to the resolute
manner iu which the Company has de- j
dined    to   embark   upon   extravagant I
methods of procuring busiuess, the working expenses of the company hear to the
total income the very small ratio of between 17 and IS per cent.   A point attesting the soundness of the finances of
the Company iB the fact thnt the interest
income   is   -uifllcient to pny the death
claims--which in n company of the age of
the Confederation Lifo is mniicthiiij- to ho
proud of.   The ass ts and liabilities arc
set forth iu minute detail, and the tables
show that, after making allowance for all J
possible contingencies ami providing for
every debt, thore is a surplus of _'28'2,100
over liabilities and  capital combined, ;
The increase in the assets iu the last year
was $2<K),3IK).   So much for what can be
done  by rigid adherence to what the ;
President defined as the true policy of
the Company, viz:-*-"To keep its halitnce
sheet right und avoid unnecessary, unwise, or extravagant expenditure for tlio
Biiko merely of increasing new business,"
—Toronto Qlolte,   T. lt. Penrson k Co.
are agents for this company in British
Coluuibin.                                   mliltc
—— ■ —— **• -♦- * —	
WniTK Bhonzk MOKUMKNT8,— White
Bronze is a comparatively new substance,
uud has come into largo use,-rapidly, for
special purposes In this country. It has
been found to be so well adapted for statuary and monuments, thnt companies
hnve been for some time established nt
Bridgeport, Conn,, Detroit, Mi- h., Des
Moines, Iowa, and St. Thomas, Canada.
who are making monuments of nil kinds
and styles, Front experiments made by
these companies, It hns been found thut
the imiterial will stand exposure for an
indefinite period—it is practically indestructible. Wliite Bronze lieing non* :
corrosive nud unchangeable, It is stated
to he equal to gold, silver or platinum,
nnd superior to copper or antique hroMO,
which throws off a verdigris. Tlio monuments ure cast from refined zinc, nml are
given their sparkling appearance by the
sand blast, snnd being blown ngainst tlie
work under n high pressure of stenm,
which cuts the surface, but does not ml- <
here to it. A thin film of oxide which
forms on thii bronze is indistnictible by
the elements; it cannot be dissolvcil hy
wnter and nir cannot penetrate it, although the liim is so thin its to la-jm*
incut-it ruble. No coriosion, it is nUiiinetl,
cnu take place —Boston Journal of Gem-
mrtte, Cluis. J, Kobson, New Wist*
nil inter, is agent for the White Bronze
Monuments in British Columbia. Much
cheaper and more durable than any
otlicr myStc
Cuumliaii Psalter and Hymnal, with
tunes (for Presbyterian Church), ut T.
It Pearson ft Co.'s, New Westminstor
und Granville- *
Mortgages, Deeds, Leases, Agive-
11 ictits of Sale, ami blank forms of all
Idiots, at T. II. Pearson k Co's, •
BAPTIST CHURCH, Rev. Itobt, Lennie pustor; meets in the Court House.
Services at ll a.m. and 7 p. si. Sabbath
■ School und Bible Class at 2..T0 l'.*»i.   Prny-
i er Meeting Thursday evening ut 8 o'clock,
: Sti'iiut;erscordially invited. nplStc
A UNION I.OIN.K No, 0, A. F.
jfc A. M.— Tbe regular Communications of this Lodge ure
held on the tirst Monduy in each
1 montli. Sojourning brethren urecordlni-
, ly invited touttend 1). WILSON,
fe23-tc Secretary.
AX.X.    KIW3
Estate of Trapp Bros.
Clothing, Cent's Furnishing
Coods!
Millinery & Dressmaking done in Latest Styles.
LL AMOUNTS DUE Tb THE ABOVE i
 Est ule must he puld to Mr. T. .1. Trnpp !
of the llrm of T. J. Trnpp  A Co., New
Westminster, on or before tite :11-st August
Inst., otherwise tbey will be placed In the
hands of the solicitor of tho estate for Immediate collection.
ROUT HARVEY,
Receiver In Estate of Trupp llros.
thvntilStd
Cor. Columbia and Mary Sts.
aojyim NEW WESTMINSTER.
Lorne college,
Trader-, tot tl License la cut Timber un
Dominion Lamia In *H* Provlurt*
of Itrltisii Columbia.
SEALED TENDERS ADDRESSED TO
O the undersigned und marked "Tender
of n Timber Berth," will bo received at
this Otlleo until noon on Monduy, tbe 1st
dny of November noxt. Tor four timber
bcrlhsof teu (■quint- miles cueh, more nr
less, numbered respectively -1, S, 8 and I),
situated on Kicking Horse River, and
Otter Toil Creek, a tributary of the Kicking Horse River, near Field anil Otter Tail
siiillons. on tho line of tbo (.'11 nnd Inn Pa*
cllie Railway, In the Province of British
Coiumbin.
Sketches shewing the position,approximately, nf these berths, together with thc
conditions on which thev will bo licensed,
may be obtained ut this Department or nt
the Crown Timber OlHces, Winnipeg, Calgary, N. W. T., und New Westminster,
llrltUli Coiumbin.
A. M. BURGESS,
Deputy of the Minister of tbe Interior. ,
l)t*]>nrintent of the Interior,
Ottawa, llth August, 188)1.     dauLMUO    \
Public Notice
A-    O—-IJ—O—    BOHOOI.     TOR    BO**T*i.
T
I1K   UNDERSIGNED   (THANKS TO
Mayor uud City Council} two weeks ngo
re-opened tlie Public Library, and takes
this opportunity to niter tin Invitation to
residents of New Westminster to pay bim
a visit. Papon and Mngnidnes from nil
dlreeltous mv received for uutroils mid
visitors,uud more will lie udded In niseu
reasonable support    is   obtained.    The
tonus ara 60conUn month, Jit u-fnnuv.ns
pii]iers,i!t|-., ure puld for In udvnttre, This
will umoiint to nbout 2 cents n day, or tho
cost of otie I'lgnr for seven days permission
to see news front till over the world, nnd
elegant bonks which muy bu chuiiK-'d
every 21 hours! There Is tin compulsion
about this, hut thoso who believe In get-
tlm; In out of llic rain and who can enjoy
11 decent lire wiil doubtless nppn>i*lato this
liiKtltiillnu. Ladles and strangers nro free,
siidoiibllessull the parties who believo lu
nine ttllih.ni will como forward nt once
nud Join this attractive alliilr, Ixilli fnr
tlieir own credit nod Hint of others. Come
mie, come alt, and ynu will be attended to
hy one who can soap nil clusscs,vlz.:
Yours Respectfully,
HENRY \
New West., Aug. 211,1880.
Visitor The BUk»p of New WertMlnMer.
j ]'it!SPlP.u,-H. FIENNES-CLINTON, ESQ., M. A. (of Kehle College, Oxford,
and LennoxviHe, P. Q.).
j Assistant Master and Supsrtntrndext ok the Commercial DF.rAKTHr.NT •
W. H. BATES, ESQ. (of the College Communale, Boulogne, and Anglo-
French College, London),
1 Matros-MRS. REDDISH.
' Boarii or Em'r.vrioN- -Tlie Visitor and Principal: The Ven. Archdeacon of Colnmbia • The Rev. H. (i. F.emicn-Cliuton; C. N. Trew, Esq.', M. D.; Q. E. Corbould, Est-.
The School will Re-open on Thursday, Sept. gth, x866.
THE COUttSK ursTt'HIKS KMUKACKH KITHEH CLASSICAL OR COMMKH-
ciul subjects.   In the former Branches preparation Is given for the Universities;
in the latter pupils arc lilted by a study of Modem Language*. Commercial Corn's-
rondence, Hook-keeping. Ae., to take positions of responsibility lu the Business
louses of the l'rovluce. Hoth branches Include sound Instruction 111 Geography,
History, Knglish and Mutln-miitlcs.
For Prospectus, apply to tho Bisitor of new Wkst.minstkii, orany member of tlie
Hoard of Education.
LOOK   HERE!
llciiif; determined to close out the balance of my Stock before
October 1st nt-xt, 1 will sell all Goods now on hand at a
GREAT   SACRIFICE
■•prCall early to secure Bargains.
G.   LEISER.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY.
IJMTAIII.ISI1KU 18:6.
The West Shore
FEEE
Kor the Imlutice of 1885, Including the
mniniiiDlli holidny number, to all who
Miliserllie nnw fnrlWKI.
With the .lununiy Issue THE WEST
MlUiltKwlll begin ll* twelfth yenr. Every
number cbutiiliis origlniM Illustrations of
scenery, towns ami industries In the Pa-
ellle Nnrl Invest, equaling In excellence the
best produntions of Eastern mngiiKlurs,
The contributed urllcles, geneml litem*
tun* nnd stories ure eiilerlnlnliiKunil cure*
fully edited, milking the mnga-clm- n
ehiisle fumily visitor. Tlio com monts on
events of InIciest In (Ills reiilou uud tho
large niuounl of information ennrcrnlnfr
our various resources uml the progress of
■levi'lopnieiil given in every number rondel* 11 exlreini'lv vnlunble. Nofnmllj cun
udiirdtodo without ll, nud every ono fl*
unnelallv Interesled In lhe Puclllc North*
wesl or desirous of leiirnhig Us resources
will llllil It luvnluuhh*.
If the subscription price ($'2 por yenr) Is
sent In now you will be entered for IHSfl,
and the reiiiiiliidcr of KTi will he sent us
a premium.
L. SAMUEL,
•ad Uh'      IM Front Slreol, I'oi-tlnnd Hr.
Fresh Water Terminus!
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
lMPMn'ANT
AUCTION SALE
 Oh"	
Merchants Square!
APtmUC   AUCTION   WILL  TAKE
plnee ul tbo <'ol«Hlnl Hotel, In tbe
Clly of New Westminster, on
Tuesday, 7th Sept., 1886.
Al Ho'clock l» the Evening,
When the following Lots will be submitted to I'll bill- Auction, liuii'cnrdiinee with
"Lnnd snle Bylaw, W-U," and amendments thereto, \l»!.:
MKIM IIAS1V  M|l IKK. HMM'li 11,
Lots Nos. t to 12, Inclusive
TERMS—JfflW por cent, on llic fall of the
hummer; ,n% per cent. In three months;
nnd tho tmlnm-n of the purehiiNc money
at six months from date of sale.
1\ R.—Attention Is culled tothe fact that
the above properly In near lothe proposed
1 In Uwn v Mini ion.
Ity Ordor. A. J. ALPORT,
0. M.D.
City Merit's Ofllce,
New Westminster,BOth Ami., ISSii.
•IniiSOttl
S. H. WEBB,
AUCTIONEER,
APPRAISER
EAVINll HAI) EXTENSIVE EX.
peHniiL'c in California uml else-
u Iim tr in the iiIhjvi' fliusino-ii, I am now
piirpareil to take charge of any Hales-,
unction or otherwino, that tho publio
nmy fuvor tne with.
linns. Kllciii Cirlrldgei, Powder,
shot. Flshlii". Tackle, 8ped».
Oi*,   Cutler),   and   Bar
Glassware,
Tn jlR  HAD   AT  THK OLD STAND,
KNOWN AS THE
'Menagerie Shop,'
OOLUMBIA  STREET.
ilwiml7la London, Aug. 30.--It is rumored
that the Parnellitefl intend to oppose
tho government in ite dosiro to hasten [
closing the present sesaion.   Thoro is ;
a liklihood of  night  sittings  on tlie i
estimates.   In  reply to King Milan's
congratulations Prince Alexander said
ho wns touched by Milan's sympathy
and  hoped  to seo u Servian agent at
Sofia and a renewal of friendship be- |
tween Servia und Bulgaria.
San Francisco, Aug. 30.*—The utmost indignation is being manifested
at  tlie   miserably stupid and wanton
killing, early  yosterday   morning, of
young Eugene  S. Guirdoii  by Geo.
D. Gardiner.   Guirdoii had escorted
Miss  Gardiner to the Mechanics fair
Saturday  night and  returned homo
aoorcliiiigly   hot.   In  thu  lirst  heat I with hor shortly after midnight.  After
Iiiul   Mattel-ton,   uf   Australia,  nnd   tho  couple  had bid oach other gobd-
VVattorsoti, of Australia, and Wallace , night, and just tu Guirdoii was turning
Ross were tho cutiteatants. The courso   HWay to proceed to his homo tlio fathor
was from Huttorsea to Haiumemuith.    of Miss Gardiner appeared in tlio door- i
Miittorann got the advantage thp tirst   way and calling out to Guirdun "Hold
half mile, but before the drat  furlong , on young man; I've got something to j
had buen covered Hois drew  up Ul) n   soy to you,"   without   further   words'
level with him; ut tho ond of tho noxt ; drew u revolver and fired at Guirdoii,
furlong   Ross led   by a length; when i tho bullet entering his neck.    Koran,
U miles (or almost half distance) hud . iUx,\ Gardiner, thinking he had missed |
been rowed ho was two lengths in ad*    liim, pursued and fired 3 more shots,
LAST NICI.fSJESPATCHES.
Speiinl lo Hie (ultiiulilaii. .
London, Aug. '30.—A portion of
the trial heats to decide who shall bo
contestants in the international sculling sweepstakes un Wednesdny were
rowed    to-dny.   Tlio    weather   wns
ID. S. CURTIS & CD.
Wlioliwulc iiiiil Retail
'British Colnmbia'
PIEE
nunc uf which, hmvcvcv, took ctl'uct.
'1'hc imir-lered iiiiuit'iiiiiitiliiri'tilisitaiicii
whon ho dropped. Before expiring lie
.stilted tn those who cjuno to his rescue
that lie hiul heen shot by (iardinei' lic-
ciuiHe, lie snid, "1 suppose Gardiner
thought 1 liroiight his daughter homo
too Into." He hud barely uttered these
words   when he expired.   Tho stjite-
the contestants were John Teenier, of , raollt mu\e by Miss Cliirdiuer is us fol-
llic I'liited States, and   GeiH'ge Per-   'uws: "When we stopped at the house
vance. Directly after reaching this
point Kims alinoBt stopped, and Mut-
lersirii went ahead aud at Putney
bridrie led by three lengths. After
this the race was over, Matteraon winning leisurely in 18 min. 41 sec. Uu-
bear then rowed over the course, scoring a bye. The course for the second
heat was from Hammersmith to Kew,
Thi
Hi
kins, of England. Toemer was the j Eugene' bid-ifie good-night and I ft""*
favorite, 5 t<> 1 being offered mi him. ' ed up the stnira and knocked. My
Tri'inrr nt lhe start riiwod-n-rather-rfitthsi' came to the door and brushing
snatching stroke, euablinii Perkins, ! p!lst mo said to Eugene, who was just
wlm had the best water, lo gniti a ! leaving, "Hold nu, young man; I've
slight lead in llio lirst few hundred I something to savtnynu," or something
yards. Teenier then settled down to j __._ that. Eugene turned round and
a Iniiger and steadier stroke, and soon I caiuo back, when father drew h pistol
gnl ou a level with Perkins. He then r ,uu] si,„t ],{,„, | think 1 scrcaincd
steadily forged ahead, and when j "_M. QoA'a sake, papa, don't!" 1 saw
Barnes' bridge was reached ho led tbe j Eugene turn and run with my father
Englishman by four lengths. Teenier | after: 1 then ran into the house to
won eventually without cll'nrt, finish. ; mv mother. Mrs. Gardinerstatjed that
ing three loligtha ahead: lime 18 ' at" the time of the shooting her husband i
min. 40 sec. The third heat was be- i must imvo beon intoxicated as ho hail
tween Beach, of Australia, the chain- hecu drinking when he camo home,
piim r.f the World, and G. M. Lee, of | ,lmi cblliplaiMd and qunrrellixl with
the United States. The course was j her, demanding to know what time she
froin Kew tn Hammersmith.   Lee led ' ]m\ told Constance to eumo home.   A
Absolutely Pure.
Tills powiior never vnrien, A niiirvel of
purity, ki remit li nml wholesoinonoss, Moro
cciiMiiiiictil ilinn thn urdlimry kinds, nnd
ciiiiiioi tie koIiI in coniiio lilon willi (lie
niiilllluik'of low benj., short weight iiluiii
or phosphate powders. Sulil only in ciuik,
ltoYAi.BAKrsu-I'-owimi* Co., ioo Wall HU,
New York.        • litely
HO IBCRANITE CREEK
The Driard House
IS TIIK DENT HOUSE TO Hi'OP AT IN
GRANJTEJITY.
FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION, uud
the Tnlile supplied willi every possible dciicucv. The hotel-Is under the person al mnnuKeiiienl of Uio well-known
caterer, B. V. Boyno.
BOYOE A 0AIHN8,
mil Otc Proprietors.
DRUGGISTSI
New Westminster, II. I'.
 IlllllOto       	
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE COMP'Y.
i    I Old Broad Ht. and 16 Pall Mall,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 1803.
FOR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
Buildings, Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing ami Panning Stock,
Ships in Port, Harhor or Dook, ami the
Cargoes of suoh Vessels; also, Ships build**
ing and repairing, Barges and other Vessels on* navigable rivors and canals, and
Goods on hoard such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and In laud und in Foreign
Countrios,
i FKOM LOSS OK DAHAGK BT PIRK.
TERMS EASY. '
1). N.  CURTIS, All BUT,
New YVeatininater,
M. If. COWAN, Skuiictabv,
jelllto Victoria.
THE CELEBRATED
WHITE
Sewing Machine
by a couple of lengths for the tirst
quarter "of a mile, bot after that was
beaten at Barnes' bridge. Beach
drew away and won the heat easily by
throe lengths. , Betting was 10 to 1 in
Httle while after sho knocked at the
door and he wont out und shotEugonu.
Gardiner, immediately after the murder, was tnkon from his house to whore
the corpse of  the  murdered man was
favor of Beach. Twice during the | iy[ng( mi\ gflZiug ax\m\y at the blood-
heat Lee got ovor into Beach's water besmeared corpse he said to the ofti-
uiid fouled him: foul claimed and ul- Col*a) •-] ]ievei. mx( that man bufure in
lowed. liny   life."   "Did  not you kill him;"
Vienna, Aug. 00.—Tho fourteenth ' "No, sir; 1 did not." He was, how-
international grain and seed market j ever, taken to prison and locked up in
has beeu opened here, and harvest re- I tlio **'Tanks." Later ho admitted thu
ports for Auslria-Hunaary show the j crime and informed the officers that
yield of wheat from 5,500,000 to 0,000- , the revolver which ho had used could
000 hectolitres bolow tho average bo found under the pillows hi liis bud.
yield: barley, 5,000,000 hectolitres be- His room was visited by tho police and
low the average; rice, 3,500,000 hec* j the    revolver   found   where   stated.
Port HammonEl KuTsery 1
NOW IK THK TIME TO SKND IN
your onlcrs, If you want sonic of
those nice fruit or ornamental trees,
shrubs, clc, fiom Ontario, As I return
about tlio midilln ot June to settle up my
aflHIrs tliere and come out tills full with
tlio stock for my nursery here, nml will
select nml bring your ordors rlchi nlong
witli ino for this full uml next sprlui-'S
plantlng-I will satisfy ull both us to quality oftrees and fruit, nntl I will bo settled
here lu tlie business au you will know
Where fo find nm Atl communications
after the in lihlle of.tunc mny bo.addresseu
tonic at Howinaiivilie, Oui., or to Carleton
A Harris, Port, Hammond.
0,V£, HENRY,
invito Port Hammond P.O.
tolitres below. Thoro ia a medium
yield of malting barley and mils.
Other grain available for export is
malting Barley to the luwuiiit nf
2,500,000 os 11,000,000 hectolitres, and
oats to the amount of scarcely 50.000
metrical center*!.
RusTcutKJK. Aug. 30.—Prince Al-
oxuruler ha* been warned t'» take pro-
eiiiitious against possible attempts on
his life by piiiislavist fanatics and followers of   the  metropnlitaii   element
Guirdoii has been employed ns clerk iu
the office of the Mutual Lifo Insurance
Co., nf which his stepfather, Geo. A.
Monro, has been president for the past
7 years and bears a most excellent
reputation. His intercourse with the
ladies was particularly dignified aud
modest. The slightest breath of scandal has novor rested on bis name. Ho
was a native of California, and well
known in tlio best circles of society.
He is also well known among amafcour
ibmit
HACK FOR HIRE.
whnse party has mmilicalimis iu the"journalists.   Miss Gunliin
  , ; 17 years of age,
interior in Bulgaria. Prince Alexander in-rived at Sistova at 8ocluck this
morning. His entry into town nud
progress through wore oue continuous
triumph. The prince afterward start-
od for Tirnova, nnd arrived there this
evening.
avDNKY, N. B. W.t Aug. 30.—Tbe
government has introduced into parliament a bill providing f*-r the cole-
i ration <>f the centennial of NuwSouth
Wales in January, 1H88 It is pro
posed tliiit the programme of attraction-* for the occasion ahull include a
caruivHl, regatta, universal exhibition,
musical f-inlvat, review of the colonial
force-*, athletic sports, etc. The celebration will he ci inducted on tlio
grandest scale, The Prince of Wales
and other members of the royal fumily,
and uiiMiiliuis nf tlie uiivernmeutfl and
parhaiiieins • f Canada and other Brit*
i-.ll ei'liiini'!-, will bo invited.
Paris, Aug. 30.    It is stated that
mHE UNDERSIGNED bus established
i- himsolf In tho Citv of Now Westmlnsler with it FIRST-CLASS
COVERED CARRIAGE,
Which Ik upen I'or rimnui'tiii'iilH nl
very moderate 4liiirgeH.
Orders left utth'o Colonial Motel or sent
by telephone, Wi'it lie promptly attended
today or night, stable next ,11. Elliott's
JOS. 0ATE3.
Telephone No. 811. mylte
Quedec, Aug. 30.—It is feared that |
uther animals at Levis quarantine will j
have to bo sacrificed to prevent eontu- j
giou.   The owners of animals are ad- j
mitted to them only on condition of.
afterwards burning their eluthes uud '
taking  a  bath.   The earth ruad tm* .
versed by the animals will be burned
Over to a depth of a foot.    It is prnbu-
bio the authorities will have to buy all
the cattle owned around tho ipiaran-
tine.      __________ j
Hritahi nnd Russia.
LnxiiuN, Aug. 20,-r-Loi-d Rnsebery's
despatch of .Tidy 13 to the Itussian
government relating to the elpsing:of
the pnrt of BtttOUIp is published. The
despatch says iu substunce: "There is ;
one direct, supremo, and perpetual iu- |
turesfc at stake in, this transact inn,
namely, the l-iudiug forco and aauc<
MISSES.  MoEI-ROY & KIT/,  HENRY
wish lo Inform ibe Ladles of New
Westminstor thut tboy Imve opened a
Dress-Making Establishment
--AT-
TIMI'I- It It OS HTOltK, 101,1 IMplA 8T.
Wbore thoy will he prepared to execute
nny -orders entrusted to tlicm in the latest
styles ami with all possible despatch.
New Wostmlnster, Oct. Olh, I8R5,   o«7lc
WEST END
llm |i.i|ie linn acuepted lliu  proposnl uf | tity „f int,on,„ti„iiiil nleikeu,   Eimliiml
I/..., .....■   ...   a. ..i.i   ..     minmiafiiilnliiiii       .......        .      */. t       . .      .  ...   ■ .        .     i
Prance to send a representative tern
pmarily to Pekin tn study conjointly
with thc representatives of Franco and
China the conditions fm- eventual establishment of a permanent uuncioship
to China.
Kt'.sTii-ui'i-K. Aug; 30.   A manifesto
is always ready tn uphold this principle,
ami will nut falter therewith in tlie
present instance. Therefore the English government cannot recognize nr
iiHsociafe itself in any shape or form
with this act nf the Russian government, wliich is a violation of the treaty i
hns beon Usltetl by Prince Alexunder. ! of   Herlhi, nud   which  will tend   to I
It iippniMii*. uf   thu measures adopted I make the conclusion nf similnr ti-eu- j
by tbo Siiuiiboul(i(f regency; conliims { tics iu future difficult,  if imt impns- i
the existing ministry and tho appoint* 1 silile, and  cast   doubt   at least upon
ment of Mulk'-urnlVun commander-ill-   those alremly cuncluiled.     The otlior
chief of the unny; thuuks the people ; powers-must judge how far they will j
and tin* m-iuy for their fidelity and res- ' aci|tiiesoe in this breach of international j
olutu   attitude in favor of  indepimd-   uugngomuut."   M. Do Qiors, the Rim- !
unci*; implores   (ioii's    blusaing; imd I «ian   foreign   minister,  in reply, ex- ]
urge-* nil t"   unite   in   promoting tho j pressed himself as painfully surprised
welfare uf Bulgaria. ' by   this  despatch.     He  maintained '
Bbt-villb, Mich., Aug. 30.—Bon, El-   tout the Russian  emperor's nromiso
woll, a well-tn-.lu and aged fanner liv- j was   not equivalent to an obligation.
Plain ami Fancy
Bread, Buns, Pies, Cakes,
And Confectionery always on band.
GROCERIES PROVISIONS
Delivered to any part of tne City.
iCKirfX/ir beos.,   Columbia Street.
_ Jefll-le	
THE BRITISH COLUMBIA
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
Furnishes all Kinds or Help
Free of rimr-fe.
SllliHLTibeil unil Invcuttiil Capital,
■ei.fiocooo STG.
Rates of Premium and every informa* ,
tion can he obtained on application to
w. J. AllMSTRONd,
Agent for New Westminster.
-I'UAUTICAL-*-
WatchmakerSsJewellcr!
Has just received for the Holidays a fine
assortment of (iold and Silver
JEWELRY
GENTS'
GOLD & SILVER WATCHES
Ladles Size Swiss (iold Watches
from S25 to W,,
tallies Size Aineiieaii Stem*
wliKlui-* (Jolil Watches, at
$32.50.
KKMKMBKK—Wn do not sell "lilluil"
Watirhes ami Jewelry im soliil gold.
Our ir.jriiU ure guiiriiiitireil just us m-
lil'caeuted, null pricen lower than any
otlicr house in 11. O.
COLONIAL I'.LOCK,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
K GOOD j« ANY MADE.
SOLE AGENT FOB MAINLAND:
C. J. ROBSON,
Al the Xew Fruit, anil Con/eetlonery
Store, Opposito Colonial Hotel, New
Westiritnsfe'r, U. C. Jly28te
The Colonial
BOOTiSHOE
Fire! Fire!
TEST! MON I ALI
Ifaneoueer, flSrd June, 1886,
Hit. O. UOKEUTSON,
Vaueouvori
Uepresentjiig Qoldle A Mt-OulliHili,
Unit, Out.
Sin.—Wo the umlersiffhetl having wit*
m-H-ted Hie Icrrlhle llic wlileli wipeil out of
cxlsteucc Hie young eity of Vancouver,
ou ilie i.-iili inst., havo, after tlie Are, ex-
iimlni'il the elites sold by yon, Hume of
which were put to tlie tnost. severe lest,
liiiviu-r tici-ii sui-rouiulL'il hy lui-giKiiuiiiH-
tles of inn! ami bacon, and wu are plemlbd
to testify to the reiiuiilculile nuiuiicr In
which ovory Safe sold by yon preserved
Uk contents, not only books unil papers,
hut ulso thousands of dollars in pnpor
money were taken out tu porfect qomlj*
| tion. We enn, tliorofore; witli tho great*
est con fid on in1, recommend them aa thoroughly fire proof:
L. A. Hamilton, for the Oanadlaii Paclflo
Rullwiiy Compnny; SI. A. MiioLeiin,
Mayor; .lohn ,f. Illak<>, .Stlpi'iidlary Magistrate; Hloh'd. Alexandor, .lustIce ot
the 1'eaeo; John Boulthoo, Police Magistrate, Clly of Viiik-ouvit; Thomas Dunn,
iIiiHtti'o of tlio'P-iaoo; rsaria'idniiB-Cbl-i
Kilwiinl K. Itiuid, lii-nl Kstuto Ui-oker;
H. lliilfour, Aldi'i-miio; John IMnkiii,
Houl Kslate Broker; Pither & Kddon,
Koynl Jlotol; H. p. Keoft-r, (.'ontriiclor,
C. K H,: .1. W. MoKiu-ludd, Port Moody,
to Vnneonver und Knglish Hay; P. C.
Innes Ai'u , Iteal Kslate lhokers; A. Vf.
Itoss, Iteal Kstate Droker; Gravely Jt
Hplnks, Iteal Kstate Ht-okers; It. C. Ferguson, Mgr. It. C. P. Mills. JelWtc
ftuporter and Dfiuler in
STORE,
Colonial Hotel Building, -an»-
NEW WESTMINSTER.       PROVISIONS.
ALBION
MARBLE WORKS
JAMRS FI8IIBK, ProprleUr.
MONUMENTS, HEAD STONES, TOMBS,
TABLETS AND GROSSES, FURNITURE MARBLE, Ac.
Persons living at a dlstanee. by sending
a description of what they wish, can liave
designs, prices, etc., furnished on application. All work guaranteed equal to any
on tho Pacific Coast, nnd at reasonable
rates.   N, II,—No agents employed.
Gordon Street, Victoria, B. 0.
Opp. St. Andrew's Presbyterian Churc.li
mhlDto
JOHNS. COX,
Importer and Dealer In
F"M_Poiltry
INCMIMNa
WHITE I.RailOIINK,
I1KOWN LBOUORNS,
PLYMOUTH HOCKS,
LANOSHANGS,
While Created Bluck PoI.iiiIi,
Guinea Fowl.i Ranch Duck..
While Pekin Duck..
PH Gmiic, HouUcn..
jcauBli-ilH mill Egg. mipplloil nt low rate.
mul nil stock guurnntevit,
Koyil Avenue, EiihI of Douglas St.
mli.'lto   .    .
New Westminster, Coal Harbor
nntl Scuttle Route.
THR 8TRAMBH
ils, Boys,
(J. W. TAIITE, MnntCT.)
WILL LEAVE SEATTLE EVERY
Tluirndny Hiiriilnii nl! o'clock, for
New Westminster nnil Conl Hnrbor, via
I'ort Townsend anil the Islands; urrlves nt
Xew Westmlnsler on Friday forenoon,
lenves for Coal Harbor ubout two hours
afterwards; loaves COAL HARBOR Friday Nliht for Seattle.
Fare lo Kcntlle $4.M
FkI(M per loo,  4.M
Speelul rntes to merelinnts.       nplOle
A Private College!
 FOR	
ling &Ds
WILL HE OPENED AT
ROSS BAY, VICTORIA, B.C.
—ON—
MONDAY, AUGUST 10, 1886.
THK    BUILDING    HAS   15    I.AHOE
Homiis and   Ih well furnished with
ri'-j-itm-r -(rates, hath rooniH, Ae., kc
Kxccllent opportunities for all kinds nt
hi'iill lifu) i>\orclses, Incluiliii'* liontiiignnd
hatlilnc.
Pupils will he made most ctinifortuhle
and their general welfare carefully eon*
Hldercd.
A COMPETENT STAFF OF INSTRUCTORS
will ho malnlaliied.
Kxt-i'lleiit facilities will lie allbrded for
instruction In tiuglUli, lomnirrrUI.
1'lHHHlenl end Mwlrril Ijiiikuniii* Suhjectn,
With infttruitiriilitl MaHlr,
Application Forms, ltcferenven and full
Information furnished hy
RKV. 0. J. BKKXT0N, H. A.,
Nkw Wkhtminstkh.
June!), 18KB. dwjly21te
ttONUMENTH
§
TilewBlCo.
COLUMBIA STREET,
New Westminster, a C
—IMPOKTIIItH ANP nKALIIW IN—
Books,
Stationery,
Fancy Goods,
Pianos,
Organs,
Music,
Newspapers,
es,
Toys, etc.
The Largest Stock on thc Mainland,   and  second  to   no
House in  British Columbia,
 80LK AGKNTS FOB.	
The Henry FJillerPiaiio,
Ol Boston,
The Dominion Organ,
Of Bowmanville. Out.,
And ageute for all tlie leading American
PIANOS & OHMS
SPECIAL FORMS
RULED & PRiHTED
On tlie prainisei, ju neatly and cheaply
a* at aay othei eitahllahtneut in tha
Province,
ora business mm,\
Wm. Ro88!-»-»*-**««*-»*. Clotlii! Cloil!
niHB UNDKHSIONED HAS SKKN Al'-
I  I ......I   ......... I..   H..I11    1. 1 .  .1 I.I ..  ,....
J. pointed ueont In llrltlsh CVlmiihhi for
these tii-autlful moiiuiuentK. Full pintle*
ulnis uh toprlei'siiii-l deslKtm on Hpplleii-
tlitn. CHAM. ,|. IIOIWON,
At lhe Fruit and Confeetlonery Store, op-
BasUeColonlnl Hotel. New Westminster,
, c. mimite
•-AOKNTS   FOK	
Confederation Uio Assurance Co..
{Norlh lriti*h and Mercanttte Firt
Insurance Co.
-*" -Atjenta for Fint-Olau •--
nsi ui Boumnwr sates
itig thi'uu milt-H Hniitli nf tliis plnco in
the towiwhip pf .Similiter, wffs tliu victim of n during robbery lust Sftfcui-day
inidni^lit. Mrs. Rlwoll awukened with
n uhokinij, seiiHiitiini, and iiinuediiduly
:iwakened hur hushund whu dutuctud
thoftinwaof chlomforui in thu room,
hu then attempted to leave hia hud,
luir. received a slmi-p blow mi hm head
umtplud witli ti threat of inatftllt death
if hu made any outcry. Tho two bur- \
"lura theu hound and yuyyud Mr. and i
Mr». Klwull, and |KiHses^jii thuniHelvuH :
of ft  tin box containing $850 in gold   Oh1oiigo-ijn|l.Ni.itliwuti*ni railroad, it j
which Mr. Elwoll had beon carefully ; i« Ataled, \\a\e resolved   "ti   the con- j
hoarding for years.   The butgliui then \ RtVucMou i f a tlinmuli Iim-1. the Pa-
dotnolifdiod a trunk in the Biune rooip | l(j|jn  0Mn«t,   Tlie  limi   has
Russia-, ho stated, wns Htill anxious In
contribute to tho eonsgliluitltiii of gen-
eral peace, and In- expressed thu hopo
tlmt the powers which fixtitt.and.guaranteed, it.-) liasi's wiiulil theinselvos i;o-
specb tlicm. M. Du Giers displays
tnvoiitthout much irritntioh, nml his
Nino is decidedly uieintuiiig.
Anoilicr Tliroiijurli Line.
San Fkancihoo,  An-/.   23. — The
D
O Yl)W WANT TD IHIY OU BKIiL A
lltHlnosH, tiilu'ii pnrt ner, otc,
PICKERING & GO.
OPl'IOEi 1'irri sii I, Imiwrnn liniiirtiiri
nnrl lliTOiv'lilini, VtUTOH A, ll. C.    I'. O
1,1,5 ijjji. lllll'.T
Wood and Goal.
thus securing #100 in valuable papors-
lximls, etc. After warning thu pair to
make i»" outcry tliu robbers luft.
There is no elite, hut thogoriot-al ini-
pvession is thnt thoy woru nu strangtJi-s
iiiiiHiiiiich as thu robbers knew thu location of thu money and valuables thuy
secured.
Souanton, Pa., Aug. 30.*—A terrible
oxpIoMon occurred this morniug in the
Kairlnwii - colliery, reuniting in tho
death of 5 men, and seriously wound
ing 2 others.
RooHBHTBli, Aug. .'10. Madge Dolors, n handsome Chje-igi- girl, accompanied byjier backer, .lurry Costollo,
lMumi^ tlitouuli here to-night for N.Y.
whore sheiwill make tin attempt to
jump from Ww>Wyn liri-rltfft f'U- a ptrnw
uli'i'iidy !
teiielii il
lu-t
'IVI
D ii
•'a s. s Miittod
about -u
un
ill
■ Irr
III
Km-
.    I.Vtu.-r
uiiiii, mi
li-
,,.
ll..
lln
N.
■tii Platte
tin-*, in
vv'v
ur
nt
tv.
71V) ui'l.'H
wupr «if
'he
M
H„„
i-i rl
VIM'.
In   two
v nr-. '■
IH  Bl
ill,
Uii)
inn
will
be  c"in-
pl,-.dt
•ut t.'..   \
liilli
'iii'
111,1
'iiiin
. Ni
Yin
U'h   city
ifitin  hay
on -h" i
I'll
Ml
tirtll,
am
wii
(•minuet:
with tliu
1).
lill
r'lil
u to complete thu
system I
, Srr
irf'
t'llllCIHIJil.
Mr.  1'itrpotitH Iteileaa, Ottawu, saysi
"I wm I'ltdlctlly -jiii'cd of pih'H, from
wiiivti I liud been i-iilU-iiiij- for i vm- two j
months, by tlio use nl TliMinas' Kuleutt'io
Oil.' I iiKinl it liotli iut.ni illy aiid externally, tiiliiii-,' it in Biniill ilo*-it*» hefore ,
iiiuals tin I  fn I'cthinif to bed.   In one '
week I wii-i iiii-.il, and liuv had no troll- -
hlcslm-f,   I li.'N.'M' it saved mv life."
muir 8intHonim-.it has on iianh a
1.   larjfo quantity of
REST \VRLLI\T.Tfl\ LIHIPIJOU
And ny fiKNorlment nf
CORDWOOD,
Wl'llllll  lio Will  nrrll  111 ioWOSl rillou.   Hb
Will iiIkii |irnlil|illy iill'-liil.lri nil kliiilsnl
*3*-ESA.B.-IXJVC*..
iiriliirt Irti iit Mr. Mi'Ooll'imloniiiirClo-
lllllllilrl Nlh'irl, nr ill  Irl.V lirillni., llimirlliK
st|-|,|.|,wlll  ITlOOl  Willi  ]il'iilll|il r.ttirntlilll.
HKNltY I'JI.I.JOI"!'.
N.W \V Bllll.llirilirr II. C. Jlyllllir
Estate of Trapp Bros.
A 1,1, AMIUJXTX lllIKTnTIIK AI1IIVK
R i l»l Imjmlil in Mr. T, *. Trnpp
nf Ihi. llrm nf T. .1. Ti-ri|i|i   S  VM, Ni'W
\V,--llillllsl,T, ,,ll nr lii-fnrr. Mir, JIInI AltflJIIRt
lll*l ,,i!l wlsi-lhi-v will   hi' lilrii'i-rl ill tin'
liiili,lR,irilii,»iiMi,|lnriif lllll milliln flli'llll'
111 fiilmlurnllirii'lllll,
iiiiiT min'uv.
I!i.,,|.|v,'i'lii K loot 'l'l'il|l|l lll'iw,
IMI'HII'I'KIl AXI1 IIKAI.KIt IN
BOOTS and SHOES
Tlii' I'ri'iiili l,i'inilr,lii)0(l}«iir, I'liik-
I'rjiin, liirlirjiiii', I'ussll" is Co.,
Arini'M lliililcn and Shirr
llllllls llllll BIllll'H.
f AIMI'JMANIl IJKXTI.KMHN AUK lll{.
lj BiiwiWnliy iiivitfii iix-iiii iinii uxiiiii.
hiu.tlip nlork.
I IlilvorUrin nil lirrn.l thr
MOII ll-< l\lllll\ MA III IK HAIIJII.
TllillT KNtJK nilOT.
WlilnJr H"W tuken tlio iilitco 111 Ifuin limits,
Jy29to
I First-Class in quality,
! Sold at Bottom Prices
The best Place in the
r    City to buy your
Groceries.
D. McPHADEN,
Omuie'. Brick Blink,
NKW WK8TM1S8TRR, B. 0.
Notice to  Persons in Search
of Farms.
mnn Tnw.vRTtll* UK HIIIIIIKY CUN-
| tiilns ^i'VitiiI Kiii'inn wliJi'li nnr Inr
mill'. Till! Illll'l Isnl „x vlli'iit iriiullly-llli'
vi'i-v li-wl Iii llic niovlniw.    Tlir  Hi'i'Vii
llllil U' II  ill''  rilu-'l  rrilNl'ilts  III Kl'i-liri'
lli-nlnllll" Bi'ttlri'ir. \ |>i.li,-ii1 >>,■■ Ml thrill
will n Jv,< |iriiiti|il iiili'iitliiti.  Tin' r I»
III IH:' 1
I'liiiri'lii'
rwliillilr nr„ nrrnrl. mill   llli'lt'iin
, fll'lllllllll, llll.l il inwii llllll.
THII". HIIANNON, lln'Vr,
i.'lovrr Viilli'y P. O
JlilJlIn
ll.T.TIIUIKT.CIiTlt,
llllll'* I'lirll'li' Pi ll.
| I.ANU KKiaSTKVOKUINANCK, IHI0.
Lulu KfM. JSiiitml ;»'i In lhe Town ur I'orl
lliituintinil .liiiit'llen.
WllY.ilY.AH TIIR (WltTIKII'ATKOF
TllliMif I'mil Min-riiytolliPiihiive-
nii'iitlnnnil f-olf liat-liei'ti lost nrdi'itroy*
nl, nnd npnllentloii inis hi'i>n iiiiulcforii
ilnpllMfolhprmfi
NotlmifK tliine/oii' hi'i-i-lty itlvmi Of mv
tnti'iitloii In Isstuii n fri'Hli OrMUrate of
Tltiiin lii-n -if tlml so Uml ordi-iimyi'd.
n nl i-r*. oniisn ho Shown   to tlio cuiiirm-y
wl'liln di ninth from the ilnln hcivof.
It. W. AHMHTKUNll,
Deputy Hi'i'lstnn*.
l.-iml (tt'irlxlry Olliee.
N„-w Wi'vlintiinfi'r,:tl-.1 July, IftWI.
<i-iiii:ioil
WHITE
THE CLOTHIER,
Hu Just Received
OVER 300 MEN'S SUITS
A Urge Quantity ol   '
Boys' nnd Youth's
(lot hint:!
7 Casus of American
FELT    HATS
Alio, a full lino nf
GENTS'FURNISHING OOODS
—HE NOW HAS—
Th* Beat Anorlmtiil In tke ikOT*
lliu! ner exhibited In Ne*
Weitminiter.
LATEST  ST-Z-X.SS
At Lowont Pin"rll'lrr Prlrea for droili.
Oil Knrlj  Mil Make Viwr Hrl.cll.il.
Coiumiia Street ",,. Bank *f I. 0.
SHimMl   KKIHirTH.
DKKIIM. H0KTU.U ',
HIUH lit UU,
CUSTOM ItVBI BUXKII,
L«AHK8, mOV. NOTU,
UKDKHS, BICMMIS,
Awl til kimi. uf Bluk Book, mil Blank
Form, od hand.
—All the I..«iting—
NEWSPAPERS
 ANT)	
KMMWAL8
Itegultrly nctrlvnl.  SuUcriptioo. t.k.n
lor any Publication at owut ratea,
*** We import direct Irom muulao.
tunn, tad eaanot benndonold in thi.
Province.
»
T,E. PEM180N 4 00.,
COLUMBU   8TBBR,
N«w   Weitmlnit-ir, B. 0.

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