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VOLUMBT
NEW WESTMINSTER, a 0., TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 6, 1889.
NCMBIBIM
".FM1I0NM. AKD BUSINESS CAUIU.
B
ra. m. n. woods,
ABBI8TBB-AT-LAW, Offlos-McK.-
iloBira.1, a.   _        datsstte
T. 0. ATKINSOH,
rjAHRISTEB, BOLIOITOB, 40. Offloes-
JJ Masonic Building, New Westminster,
87!!. dwtc
AltlSIBTHU.VG * KCKSTKlN,
t> .KIUSTEI™, SOLICITORS, ETC-
jj Masosslo Building, New Woslnsln.
■Mr, B. 0. dwmyjto
CO-BOM™', ■MOU, A JOSS,
BARBISTEI™. SOLICITORS, etc.  Oflloe.—Masonic Bisildisssjs, Now Wesl-
roin.t.r, and Vancouver, B. 0,      dwlo
A. 0. BR-DONE-JACK, B. A.,
DABBI8TEB, SOLICITOR, NOTARY
JJ Publio, Ass. Offloe In lis. Hamley
Building, Oolumbla Si., opposite tisecol-
onlal Hotel.  . dw»u2Hs
JO-IKPII B. OAVNOH, B.A..LL.B.
SOLD MEDALIST ol Use Unlverelt* o!
Dublin, BABBISTER-AT LAW ol
High Oourt of Justice, lrelatsd. Offloe.,
Corner HoKenate A clarkson Hts,, Now
We.ttnln.ter. dwftSlto
n. _D™„ WALKER, ™. D„
I R.C'. P. AS., EDINBURGH, OFFICE
Li. -Agnes Slreet, opposite City Hnll.
Orpics Hount-™ lo 11 a. ra.; 2 to 4 assd 7
tog:™ p.m. dossato
A. J. HOLMES, D. D.S.,
SURGEON DENTIST. Graduate ol the
Ohio Collet, of linns! susxet. I.
now with Dr. 0. E. 0. Brown. All work
skillfully performed. Rooms BAG, Bank
jf B. 0., Columbia BL Hours-8™ 12a.m.;
liMtoep. ra.     d]Iy*!o
O. W. GRANT,
A BOHITEOT.  Offlce-Conser Mary and
Olarluon B™,,W.«traln.!«r.   dwlo
A
CLOW * NACLUR-,
'■sMITEOTS.    Offloe-Boom E. over
Hank of 8.0., Columbia Street.West-
■sMr. "lo
™
WILLIAM R. KINO, ,
ROHITEOT.SANITABYENGINBBR,
Ao.  Removed lo Armslrong.Blook,
usnbla Stroet,   Westsnlnstor - Room
o.'J   oK
W. THM ADDKAV,
J AND SURVEYOR AND DBAUQHTS-
J snan. Hamley Blook, New Westmin-
ervB.a   dmylSlo
A. r. -OTTO™
DOMINION AKD PROVINCIAL LAND
■SURVEVOK. Offloe! Room D,Bank
o! a (1. building, Wostmlnster, 11.0.
ALIIKRT J.  HILL
IM.CAS.Soc.C.E.),
rilVILENGlNEEB.LANDSUBVEYOR
I     sssul   DRVUGH'tSMAN.      Hamley
BS™ls,New*sve8tmlnslet'.       dwau83!o
T.J.TRAPP&CO.
GENERAL & SHELF HARDWARE,
Including Tools of all kinds of Uso beat makes; Cross-cut & Ilanu-Snws,
Barbed Wire for Fencing, and all the neossstissy II tcuslls for Forming!
Pittley Blocks, SnatC™ Blocks, Ropo & Chain in all .be-; PttcB,
Tar&Oakumi Tarred ansl Plain Paper f<r Hiillillnsi Paints & Oils
Inalloolora; Liquid Paints in all shades; Floor Paints ready tome; Grind
HtOtteSI Wall Paper In all designs; BrOOUIS & BmshcS lor all purposes;
Lubricating Oils! Traps of all descriptions, and a general-assortment of
Agricultural Implements,
m Special attention given to order, by nsail.
T. T. T,_3_™_^'*P aa CO.,
dwjlySto
Oorx.v r.u Strkkt, New Westminster,
GRANT & MACLURE.
Boots, Shoes, Slippers,
Rubbers,
ORDERS BY MAIL PROMPTLY FILLED.
tlwto
New Fall and Winter Goods
J.S. MANSOH'S TAILORING B3TAUSHMENT,
Columbia Street* New Westminster.
Positively the largest and best assorted stock ever shown in this city, consisting of Frenoh and English Worsteds, Scotch Suitings, Irish Sorgo, kc.
tarPerfoot fit guaranteed or no sale.
0. I'lIT K*._iltl_l-,
U i-AL KSTATE BROKER and County
XV Court Agent Commissioner, Notary
Put-lit1, Ac, Rents collected. Offlce—Mc*
KenxleStreet,New WestminBter.RO.
T. J. THAPP,
liUTIONEBR    AND    APPRAISER.
Columbln Street, New Westminster.
•"mmissions  will  receive  prompt
ait'i   -ureful attention.   Best references
gl .«n when required. mhl>to
£
J. K. FINLAYBON,
PIANO TUNER, from Broadwood A
Bom, London, England, and Stein*
way A Sons, Now York, now rOHldlnK ln
Vuu-.oiiver, will attend to orders left at
D. l.yj-1 & Co.'i store. Trips 1st week of
eucli month* tiauBtc
TURN KB, BBUTON * CO.,
MERCHANTS. Wharf St, Vlototla.
Agents for Nortb British and Mercantile Insuranee Oo for Mainland. H.
0. mkrton A Co., SO Plnsbury Circus, London, B 0. dto
oi* Xsoarisoxr.
I IPITAL, Cl,«H,Mt Mff.
Rates as low at any ti her reliable Com-
tauten doing builnes. in British Colum*
lft. W. J. ARMSTRONG.
dJ!y.to Agont for New West
BAKER BROS. A CO'Y
10 Chapel Walk, South Castle Ht, Liverpool, England.
IBank Buildings, Columbia Street, Now
We_tmlus--r,B.C.
Shipping anil Gommission
O-HCRAL Whouuie MEIOHAHTt AlMPORTEH
Any description of Goods imported to
order and Custom and Ship ilrokln*
trunnRcted. Latest Freight and Market
Quotations. dwau2tc
11
RAND BROS.
BtJ. ESTATE BHOKEUS,
Conreyanccr-, Colleetora,
And Iniurauee Agtate,
Ortleefl at
NBW WESTMINSTER: Corner
McKenzie and Olarkson SU.
VAN 10UVER, Cordova stmt
LONDON England.
™1-1LDING LOTS for ruueln an sections
of Vancouver utd Now Westminstor Oily.
.ARM LANDS 01 superior quality for
ti-.il-  at Chilliwhaok, Port Hammond,
L notify, Matsqui, Sumas, Mud Bay,Lud-
a -i ■. Landing, Lulu Iiland, Nortb Arm
an I Pitt River.
-I «ps and Plans exhibited and the fullest information furnishedatallourofflcM-
1T IS AN UNDENIABLE FACT THAT
Temple of Music I
M tlso Placo to Buy FlrsHlloas
PIANOS •*»» ORGANS
At suols Price, ansl Terns, u will Suit
Any BeaKsuablo Buyer.
For prices and term., assply lo OAR*
TI'lt'H TEMI'LE OP MUSIC,
Vancouver, B. C.
» Hastings, Bt. Wnl. daplMo
W. R. AUSTIN'S
iBay ft Feed Haftet
FARM PRODUCE.
Hard-wood, Fir-wood, Bark,
LEAVE ORDEBB AND  SETTLE ACCOUNTS AT AUSTIN- WHARF.
dmy_™
GLOBE HOUSE.
We have now every Department replete with
NEW FALL GOODS.
Host extensive variety of LATEST STYLES AND PATTERNS
nt the VEBY LOWEST PRICES.
i_"°We are now offering excellent value in Ladies' Ulsters
and JACKETS, also, Black and Colored Cashmeres.
dtc
MBS. **s**"r*M:. ™3^._3.
0. P.. WOODS, Land Surveyor. A, a. GAMBLE, Notary Public,
Woods, Turner & Gamble
LAND 8URVEYOR8,
REAL U
J        lilUUl.lllllJUl
Financial Agents and Conveyancers.
Land Surveying in all Its brunch.™ accurately and promptly carried out.   City antl
Suburban Lauds for Salo.    We can show a complete list of desirable localities. Farming laud-, improved aud unimproved, throughout thediatriet
Money
to Loan on First Mortgage at
Current Rate of Interest.
Agents for the following Insurance Companies:
Western of Toronto, -Etna, City of London,
Hartford and Travellers.
OFFICE—Opposite Post Office; Bank of B. C. Building, Columbia Street, New Westminster. Telephone Call No. 33.
P. O. Drawer" W." dseiotc
MAJOR * PEARSON,
REAL E8TATE BR0KER8,
Financial and Insurance Agents,
Property for Sale in all parts of the City and Suburbs, We also liavo listed .onto
of tbe finest farming land in the Province. MONEY TO LOAN. HOUSES TO
RENT. Agenta for the Confederation Lifo Association of Toronto, the Loudon
Guiurantoe aM Anrident Co., Limited. General Agents for British Columbia for
the American Steam Boiler Insuranco Co. of Now York, tho Royal and Atlas Fire
Assurance Companies of England, Union -Fire and Marine Insurance Co, of San
Francisco, South British Fire and Mann6 Insurance Co. of New Zealand,
—0FFICI8—
NKW WESTMINSTER-Colssmbia Stnet, Bank of B. C. Block.
V ANCOUVEK--H„tings Street, opposite tlso Post Oflice.
dwsolOto
RICHARDS I MACKINTOSH
Real Estate and Financial Agents,
Conveyancers, Notaries Public, Etc.
Agents for Fire, Life and Accident Insurance.
LOANS   NEGOTIATED,
COLLECTIONS  MADE,  SURVEYS  TAKEN,  MAPS AND PLANS PREPARED.
CAD CAI C     Business, Residence and Suburban Property, Improved and Unimproved
Hill uALbi    farming Lands, Timber and Mineral Claims.
— orrio)
Colonial Block,  .
NEW WESTMINSTER.
51 Yates Street.
VICTORIA.
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of
purity,Btret-xtli and wliolenomeneHH. More
economical than tbe ordinary kinds, and
eannot be sold ln competition wit. the
multitude ot low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold only In cans.
Royal Baking Powdbr Co., 100 Wall St,
New York. ttely
YATES'  CABLE.
Contains tne Usual Sops of Society
Gossip ln England and
Elsewhere,
Startling Statement that Italy was
Beady to Invade France in
September.
Ex-President aud Hrs. Cleveland
will Spend Next Summer on
the Continent.
hiohi nu.
Telephone 57.
GHEMISTS& DRUGGISTS.
Columbia St.,   -   New Westminster.
W
E HAVE ONE OF THE  BEST
gelgotcd Stocks in the City.   Our
Drugs are perfectly pure   and can be
thoroughly relied iipun.
'Our Own" Beef, Iron & Wine
in, beyond tho shadow of a doubt, the
best preparation of   its   kind   in  the
world.
daplStc
TO LET.
11W0 FURNISHED  ROOMS  IN FBI*
.   vate  house.   Flrst-olass location.-
Apply at this uitlce. doelOtc
Boys Wanted.
mWO BOYS WANTED, from 12 to 18
J_ years old.—Apply to the Foreman of
the Factory, It. 0. P. M. Co. doclOto
House Wanted.
nONTAINING FIVE OR SIX ROOMS
Kj conveniently located, at onoe,   Ad*
tl rem, J, ft., this offlce. dno4*3t
For Hire.
1*W0 OR THREE TEAMS OP S-RONO
.  working: HORSES.
Apply lo
icSIc   WOODS, TURNER _ GAMBLE.
FOR  SALE.
A2-ST0REY HOUSE AND LOT, flltu-
nt.e on Melbourne Street,near Doug*
iti..  The building was put up this year,
nnd Is convenient In every respect. Price
SI ,32-.  This is a bargain,
ocl7to MAJOR A PEARSON.
-TOTIO-1
I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT sixty
[Ool days nfter dnte 1 Intcni to make
nppllcntlon to thn Ohlnf Commissioner of
Lands nnd Works for permission to purchase tlio full-wing tractor pnvcelof land,
Vl™!
An Island In New Westminster Dlatrltit
nortii of Lot IM IMoNab'a ranchel luthe
Fraser Rivor, contnining flvo f.*>| acres,
more or less,
HENRY E. HARLOCK.
Lndncr'u Lnndlng, Sept. 12,188(1,       d2m
A NEW LINE
Perfumes, Brushes,  Sponges,
Combs, Toilet Articles.
A svoll-assstrtes! slock o!
Pure Drugs & Medicines
T. A. NOR & CO.'S
Prescription Drug Store
.UEEN'S HOTEL BLOCK,
Nosv Wcltsslis-ler. Tolcplsosse 83.
         slispUo
SO oo.
Real  Estate,
INSURANCE
-—-AHD-—*
Financial Agents
Purchase Sell and Lease Property,
Collect Rents,
Make Loans on Mortgages,
And transact all Businesa rotating to
Roal Estato,
—AGENTS FOR	
london Auuran _e Corporation.
Connecticut Fire Inmrance Oo. of
Hartford.
London and Lancashire Lift) Assurance Oo.
Clinton Insurance offlce, Ld. (Marino)
OFFIOEHl
Columbia St., New West'r.
41 Government St.. Victoria
dwieHyl
EDMUND YATES1 CA!)LK.
London, Nov, 6.—Among the Queen's ,
presents to the Duohoss of Sparta, were j
two Indian shawls, both extremely beau*
tlfnl. The Queen's annual tribute of
shawls from India consists of two kinds,
Somo aro loss valuable than others, and
theae aro given to friends. The best are
kept for member. of hor own family or
relations,
THE BTJ .CESSION SAFE.
Tho German EmpresB expects her ac*
couohment in the spring, and hence the
reason she was indisposed by the long
journey to Monza and thence to Athena,
She and the Emperor are mott anxious
to havo a daughter, their five sons making tbe succession safe, though theyonng*
eit is very delicate,
WANTS A RICH  WIFE.
Prince Ferdinand hu, I hear, been
cruising for the handof Princess Clementine, his mother's god-daughter, tho young-
est daughter of the King of the Belgians,
who will have an immense fortune, her
parents being rich beyond the dreams of
avarice, and she ia their favorite child.
But King Leopold would not hear of such
a match, and when the prince went to
Brussels the other day he was not received at Loaken, and tho only member
of the royal family wbo called upon him
at the Hotel do Flandre, was Compte do
Flandre, Princess Clementine would
liavo been betrothed to the Prince of
Naples, but for the interference of tho
Pope,
THE GREAT ASTRONOMER.
I regtet to learn that Professor John
Concho Adams, the illustrious astronomer, is lying seriously ill at the observatory at Cambridge, He had what was
regarded at tho timo as a comparatively
Blight apoplectic seizure on Monday
last, from width he has not rallied to the
extent that was anticipated,
THE NEXT GOVERNOR,
It is understood Lord Harris will succeed Lord Keely, tut governor of Bombay,
THE PLOT FAILED.
Tho surrender of Guedore, as the
national papers call it, has caused an extremely bitter feeling among tho Par*
ncllites, and it Ib only because Mr,
Healy was one of the parties of
the transaction that the expression of
tholr anger has been restrained within
modorato bounds. The plea of guilty
offered by so many of the prisoners,
completely spoilt tho Parnellite game.
The trials at Maryborough were lo be
made the ground of a great attack on
the administration of justice in Ireland, and to be held up aa another example of castle chicanery and oppression. Even an Irish nationalist oan
-•hardly assert the innocence of men
who have pleaded guilty, and io the
plot for attacking the government
came to naught.
"     A STAHTLINU LETTER.
Paris, Nov. 4.—M. Deloucko, Ministor Spoiler's secretary, in an article
in the Nineteenth Century, declares
that during the recent electoral cam*
paign in France, the Italian government, hoping for a Boulangist triumph, had 80,000 troops waiting fur
the signal to invade France. Deloucle
further s:iys that Crispi, the Italian
prime minister, wanted England and
Germany to consent to Italy sending a
note to France, demanding the abandonment of the Frenoh protectorate
over Tunis, in order to provoke a quarrel. England declined, and Germany,
the writer believes, rebuked Crispi.
The triumph of President Carnot up*
stit tho Italian's previous plans.
GOING ADROAD.
Boston, Mass,, Hov.—A Washing-
ton despatch to the Globe says Ex*
presidont and Mrs. Cleveland havo matured plans to Bail noxt June for Europe, whoro they will spend tho best
part of the year in travelling over tho
continent.
HUZE FIGHT.
Newbuhgh, N. V.—A rattling prize
flght took place this morning at Highland Falls, between Jem Daly, of Philadelphia, and Bill Gaby of Pittsburgh,
heavy weights, for a purse of $500, in
which Daly proved victor iu eleven
rounds,
A    A PRODIGAL SON.
of Columbia and Mexico. The time
ia drawing near when only the most
energetic action in federating Central
America can save your freedom." Mr.
Romero declined to be interviewed today on the subject or what aotion he
would take, but it is understood, however, that his government has instructed him to request Mizner's recall, as his
uncalled for remarks havo offended a
friendly power. Mr. Romero will call
on Secretary Blaine to-morrow and
call hia attention oflieially to the
matter.
ltRADLAUQH RECOVERING.
London, Nov. 4. —- Bradlaugh is
suffering from congestion of the lungs,
A few days ago he suffered a relapse,
but is again recovering.
THE SENTENCE   CONFIRMED.
Dublin, Nov, 4.— The appeal  court
CITY COUNCIL.
confirmed ttio sentence of Father
O'Dwyer and seven others, convicted
ut Fermoy of offences under the crimes
act. Tho court has also added two
months ta tho sentence imposed upon
Cahiel.
INTOLERANT   WORKMEN.
London, Nov. 4.—Tho union men
employed on export docks refused to
work unless the company's permanent
employees join the dook laborers'
union. This the non-union men refused to do and a deadlock resulted.
Scores of ships are lying Idle, it being
impossiblo to get men to handle the
cargoes.
THE WILD NORTH ATLANTIC.
Glasgow, Nov. 4.—The steamship
Manitoba, from Philadelphia to Glasgow, arrived in the Clyde, dismasted
and otherwise disabled.
BARING BROS,   ADVISE.
London, Nov. 4.—-The Barings have
sent circulars to the Atchison bondholders advising them to accept the
directors' reorganization scheme,
EQUATORIAL AFRICAN CONQUESTS,
London, Nov. 4.—News brought by
Capt. Mismiin to Zanzibar, leaves no
doubt that tho last equatorial province
which remained true to Egypt hus
been conquered by the Arabs, and this
accounts fur the fact that Emir Pusha,
its heroic governor, is with Stanley on
the .ay to tho enst coast, Mahidists
had long threatened to seize this fertile tract, and no doubt occupied it in
such numbers that resistance was useless. This result had been anticipated
by Stanley, and ho had accordingly
urged Emir to depart with him. Emir,
reluctant to abandon hiB government
and his faithful peoplo, at lirst refused,
but ho has now been compelled to accept Stanleys offer, and may be expected to arrive at Zanzibar before the
end of tho year.
VICTORIAWWS.
Mines Bonded br Hackar*™ BepreteaU-
tlv™..--™ol-l from r«Hlar.*.|leh Cal*
Strike Itt OiulH-fn.
Special to The Colummai..
Victoria, Nov. 6.—Yeaterday was
the fourteenth anniversary of the loss
of the stoamor Pacific, off Cape Flattery, with 400 souls.
No. 1 mine at Warm Spring, Kootenay, haa been bonded by J. W. Mac*
key's representatives.
The Corona brouaht $75,000 in gold
from the north. $12,000 being from
Cassiar.
It is proposed to hold a grand summer carnival here next July or Auguat,
Capt. O'Brien, nf the Premier, domes the statement that he failed to io-
turn (he ealute uf the warship at Vancouver,
Oupt, Palmer, of C batteij, received
nows of his father's death yesterday.
A rich gold strike has beon made
by un Indian in tho Omiueca district.
CORRESPONDENCE.
J_ ite its ville, Ind., Nov. 4.—Frank
George, a young Englishman, will be
released from states prison to-day, nfter terving a term for larceny. His
fnthor is a wealthy manufacturer of
woolens at Brewe, England. The son
la a spendthrift and his father gavo
him money and sent him to this country. Tho boy spent the money and
became; a tramp. He robbed a fellow
tramp and was sent to jail. His
father Hub sent him a ticket from Aot-
fersonvllle and he will start for Eng*
laud at once.
an opium seizure.
San Fhancisco, Nov. 4.—Tho customs oflicers this morning fouud
twenty-six tins of opium in one of fio
staterooms of tho steamer Umatilla,
which arrived from Victoria and Puget
Suund porta Saturday, and confiscated
the drug, The room was occupied by
two Seattle Indies, but no suspicion ii
attached to them, lt la believed the
opium was secreted in the engine room
nnd afterwards removed to the state
room, j
A YANKEE BLUSTERER,
Washington, D. 0., Nov. 4.—Tho
Mexioaa minister, Mr, Romero, re*
turned to the city yestorday from accompanying the Pan-American excursion. His return was caused by advicei
frotn hft government respecting the
utterances made by the United States
Minister Mizner to Costa Rica, upon
being presented to tho president of
that country, Mr. Romero has received a copy of a Mexican newspaper
containing Mizner's speech. The paragraph whioh aroused the indignation
uf tlio Mexican government, ia aa follows: "The states of Central America
must unite, a strong federal government is your only salvation. Colum*
bio is massing her troops on the south*
crn border of Costa Rica. Mexico
has her covetous eye on Guatemala,
It will only be a short time before
Columbia will aeok to seise your state
and Mexico will seize Guatemala, and
Contral America will be blotted from
the maps and her Identity sunk in that
Those Crretly Land Crabbers.
Editor Columbian,---Sir: Since handing you report of our first meeting it has
como to my knowledge that tho New
WestminBter Southern Railway Co. havo
really settled with "one" land-owner
along right-of-way in Surrey. I will
give you the facts of his case, that the
public may be able to judge of tho "gen*
orous" treatment we aro receiving at the
hands of said company, and also seo for
themselves which party the term of
"Greedy land-grabbers" is most appro*
print-- to (I refer to report In a New
Westminster paper in which it was stated that tho company were making satisfactory arrangements re right-of-way,
with the exception of a couple of "Greedy
land-owners" in Surrey),
Tho party whom the cuinpany hare
settled with owns 100 aores, situated on
a good road. The right-of-way runs
along the whole front of said lot, taking
uff over six acres of first-class land and
damaging balance of property by the high
grade thrown up botween it and the
rond, Snid owner had himself cleared
about two acres on right-of-way, part at
a cost of over §100 per acre, and I understand this was the only piece of land he
hail to depend on for his living.
Now, Mr. Editor, this man stated to
the company's agonts that lio was poor,
with a family to support, aud thoreforo
not in a position to defend his rights,
and agreed to leave his caso Iu their
hands, trusting to thom as honorable
gentlemen to glvo him a fair compensation for damage dono and land token
from Idm. The "generous" offer made
him was the immense sum of 020 (twenty
dollars) which, not meeting with his ap*
Sroval, was Increased to $2S (twenty-fivo
ollars), bnt mark, Mr. Editor, thla
amount waa not paid down In crisp greenbacks, only promised on receipt of deed
renouncing all claims on tho company,
which thoy were well aware could not be
presented until later on when the owner
Is in a position to obtain his title from
the land olllco,
These aro facts, as stated by satd landowner beforo two witnesses, and I, there*
foro, trust you will find apace for them
in your valuable paper, and oblige
A Surrey Land-owner.
Nurrej Lanfl.OwMra Meet Again.
A second meeting of the Surrey
land-owners along tho proposed right-
of-way of the N, W. S. Ry. Oo. was
held at Clayton on Friday last. After
minutes of last meeting woro read and
adoptod, solicitor's opinion ra right-of-
way was roceived and considered, but
it was agreed to obtain further information before taking decisive steps in
the matter, and with that Intent the
meeting was adjourned to Saturdav-
Nov. 0th,-Ooii.
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
at the Columbian oflice, Prices will be
found as low as at anv other offloe in
the provinoe,—A iv.
Children Cryfor Pltcher-CcaWrti
Th. council met on Mondt*
essenlng for the ban-notion of bull'
neu. Present — Aldermen Cunningham, Gwen, Calbick, Keary, Reid, Mo-
Phadess, Shiles, Jaquea.
Aid. Curtia, in the chair.
The sssinutea of latt meeting were
amended in regard to the sidewalk on
Edinburgh itreet, whioh ia to be built
on the east .id. .a far at the gaa
worka.
C'OMMONIC'illOXS.
E. S. Scoullar _ Co., ukingpermia-
aion lo open up a portion of Merivale
atreet oppo.it* the late residence of
Mra. Di. Black, for the purpose of
connecting a drain. Granted under
the usual condition.
A. J. McColl, asking permission to
plant aome treea around hia houie and
askinc thB neceaaary gndea. On motion referred to the board of works to
deal with.
Henry T. Thrift, acknowledging receipt of and accepting council'a invitation to attend the reoeplion to the gor-
ensor-goneral.   Received and Bled.
F. Baith, taking that a aura of
money be granted'tbe woman lately
brought here from Cariboo, in order to
enable her to return to that plao*.
Aid. Jaquea nid it waa the duty ssf
the provincial government to pay her
way back, aa theyhad landed her down
here on a trumped op chargo, and they
ought to look to it aa Weatmlnater
ahould not be made to suffer for the j
provincial government's blunders.
Aid. Curtis aaid the council ought
to assist the woman to get the government awakened to a senae of Ua duty.
Tbe olerk was instructed to apply to
government for assistance.
From John McKenzie, re the sidewalk in front of the ahool house, asking tbe atreet lines.
Aid. Jaquea aaid the engineer waa
getting out the plana for this place.
On motion it waa referred to the board
of works with powerto aot.
Hon. E. Dowdney, stating that lhe
question of the Mission bridge was
Bottled as tho city council desired.
Recoived and filed, and the clerk Irs*
struoted to return the thanks of tho
oouncil to Mr. Dewdney for his kind
efforts.
From R Anderson, asking position
on tho city police force. Referred to
police committee.
From R. H. Batt, staking permission
to use a portion of Blackie street during the remssval of the house lately occupied by Wilcox. Permission granted under usual conditions.
From H. Abbott, in regard to the
warden of the penitentiary having
taken exception to a building erected
by the C. P. R. within the right of
way.
Aid. Jaques said the warden intends
to build a gssod road through this way.
Aid. Kesry said tho warden had notified Messrs. Laidlaw and DeBeck to
remove all buildings off the front of
tbe penitentiary reserve.
Aid. Reid said Messrs. Laidlaw and
DeBeck bad leased the ground from
Mr. Abbott fov a number o! years.
Communication received and laid on
the table and board of works waa instructed to define linea on the peni
tentiary reserve.
H. H. Williams, asking permission
to construct an underground drain in
front of lot 66, bloek 2. Referred to
board of worka with power to act.
From R. W. Mcintosh, in regard to
the debris trown up by tbe making of
tho flunso, and saying tbat he held oily
responsible for the damage done.
Aid. Jaques said there was a lot of
builders' material on the ground, and
that Mr. Molntosh had built his door
lower than the grade of Front street.
Aid, Reid said it wu a very difficult
matter to put thia place in good order;
the only way wu ™ raise a bank oi
earth two or three feet high in front
of the door so u to prevent the water
running in.
Aid. Jaques uid the slant of tlso
hill and the difficulties in the way
made it hard for them to aet; and he
didn't believe Mr. Molntosh oould get
a cent out of them for it, and he could
go ahead and sue and be hanged. Referred to the board of works wilh power to set.
From Fire and Water, a New York
journal, uking for an advertisement
of the water works constitution. Received and referred to water committee
with power to act.
A potition wu read asking for the
oonstructtssn of a street connecting
Montreal and Melbourne streets, parallel with John and Douglas atreeta.
Received and filed.
From the secretary of the commander-in-chief at Esquimalt notifying the
council that the etting band applied
for could not be aent. Received and
filed.
Aid. Kesry uid that it was likely
Libersti'a baud would be present and
provide the music for the occasion.
From Joseph Burr, requesting that
a drain be placed on the lower side of
Queen's avenue from John street to
Doughs, atreet Received and referred to the board of works with power
to act.
From Liout.-Col. Holmes, replying
to a communication in regard to the
militia turning out u a guard of honor to the governor-general, and uying
that permission had been granted.
Received und filed.
From the Royal City Planing Mills
Co., offering to fill up Forlesque St.
to the required levet with slabs, edgings and uwdust for $800.
Aid. Jaques uid the R. 0. P. M.
Co. intend putting up a burner similar
to that at the Brunette Sawmills if
Ihoy tail to obtain the contract for
filling the atreeta. Should they do so,
it would be a very serious bnsineu for
the city, as it would take thouunds of
dollars and an immense amount of labor and time to fill up that street with
earth. Referred to the board of works.
From J. J. Cambridge, applying for
position u keeper of the park and
buildings and giving references, also
enclosing a petition numerously signed. Referred to the park committee
to report on at noxt meeting.
Aid. Keary said he would like to
hear from the chairman of the park
committee what hsd beon done about
the appointment.
Aid, Cunningham uid a temporary
man wu working then at t° a day,
and that no regular appointment had
been made yet.
Tha chairman iald all the members
of the oouncil should have something
to uy about thia appointment, and
not the members of the park committoe alone. Itwu a matter of some
conseinience to the city and* judldoua
selection of a manwu eminently necessary.
From the Gordon Stum Pomp Co.,
in regard to supplying pumps for tho
waterworks. Referred to water committee.
__0»i_
Aid. Curtia reported for the finance
committee that they had consulted
Mr. Douglu about the ferry, and tbat
gentleman bad informed him that they
were awaiting the return of Mr. Bennett, from New York when the question would ba definitely Mttlsd. Bo-
port adopted.
iCCOTOT™.
Bainsu Columbijji, 1204.13; W.
E. Fales, $13; B. C. Oaeelze, $8.00;
T.J. Trapp & Co., $7.(10; W. 4 G.
Wsslfenden, $8876.
UHFINI8HEIS   BUSIHISS.
The plan of the new fire hall again
came up for discussion.
Aid. Reid uid the hall had bun ordered to be erected four months ago,
bnt nothinghad been done..
Aid. Keary said it looked u if the
aldermen had a pretty big bank at tbelr
disposal by the way they wen tinging
money around.
The clerk read ths specifications.
Aid. Curtis said he did not think it
a wise move to plaoe the engine at the
place designated, u ht thought tbey
conld get up atum mon quickly ran*
ning down Columbia stnet.
Aid. Jaquea and Reid differed from
thia opinion, and the latter said thi
engine wu at the bett possible plica
In tbe event of a fin in tht central or
busineu portion of the oity; it wu
. equi distant from all the principal
I places of businoss.
Aid. Jaques uid this question had
been pntty thoroughly threthed out
at former meetings.
Aid. Reid aaid the moat important
thing in having the engine do vi then
waa that there had beengreas trouble
experienced in getting tbe ei'gisse to
the river and tuted for practi, e, assd
it was a most important thing to kn>w
that the engine wu in good a- i king
order. If the engine wen over the
water i! could be tested at any time.
Aid. Keary wanted to km w when
all the money for this expend s.v w ss
cosning from.
Aid. Jaques uid it would bo bettor
to spend a few dollars now tlss>si loso
6fsy thousand if a great fire slsou d
sweep the city from existence. Winlssr
is the moat dangerous period >.f tl o
year, as everybody hu fins g, lug n
the houses.
Aid. Reid uid he felt it his s'tsty as
chairman of the fin commit™ , ts advocate to the but of hia powe tlie advisability of efficientlyprolecis,? tlso
city from lin.
Aid. Cunningham entirely c> * o< urr 1
in Aid. —aid's views, and said t'sat if
the water works wen going to toak< a
change in the fire service it sh >u rl aho
make a material change on th s ■ Ian nf
the building, whioh wu, in his opiss-
ion, too light. Tbo ststems nl lhi,t
Aid. Jaquu had juat made tslsosrt t'-a
engine not being in order, wu is m* at
serious one. and ought to be looted to
immediately. It woi'e'most inomeu-
oua question and touched tht must
vital interests ot the city.
Aid. Shilea .aid the only objection
ho had to the scheme wu the money,
and thought if Ihe water work, camo
through, Oolumbia atnat wonld bt tht
beat place for tbo engine bouts. This
waa objected to by Aid. Jaquea and
Reid, who maintained that Front at.
was the place to bave it. Aid. Reid
and Jaques asked tbat their names be
entered u having voted for the adoption of the plana. It wu moved that
the plans be referred baok for aller.-
tions and come up at next meeting.
The pound bylaw wu, on motion,
laid over for the new council tts take
action on.
Aid. Jaques made a pathetio speech
on the bed behaviour of the oity anws,
which were breaking down the side-
walks and fences and browsed in gardens at their own sweet will.
Tbe street naming and numbering
by-law came up, and Aid. Jaques
moved that the by-law be laid over
and Aid, McPhaden report on it fifteen
years hence. The bylaw waa laid over
another week.
Moved by Aid. Keary, seconded by
Aid. Shilu, that the loan bylaw be
laid over till next muting. Carried.
Moved by Aid. Keary, seconded by
Aid. Cunningham, that the cau of tht
paralysed man, Simonson, be referred
to the hoalth committee with power.
Carried.
Several of the aldermen spokt
strongly on the subject, uying that
the condition of the man wu a die*
grace to thia city and he ought to bo
cared for.
Movod by Aid. Shilu, seconded by
Aid. Jaquu, that thia oouncil has
lesrned with deep regret of the sudden
death of Robert Dickinson, Esq., ont
of the pioneen of this oity, and *
gentleman who hu for many yean and
with much acceptance rilled an important place in the counsels of this corporation; and the council desires to
convey to tha widow and family ot tha
deeeued gentlemen an expression of it.
profound sorrow at the loss they and
the city have sustained! and of sympathy with them in thoir bereavement.
Carried new. cost by a standing vote.
It wu proposed by Aid. Jaquu that
tht governor-general be entertained
with a game of lacroue between the
Victoria and New Westminster clubs,
but after a good deal ot discussion tht
matter wu left in the hands of Ihe
committee. His excellency will arrive
about 6 o'clock ln tht evening and will
be noelved at the dock. One of tho
aldermen uked how he should be received, and the chairman said that
was easy enough; they wouldn't stand
with their hats in their hand and their
thumbs in their mouths ht guessed.
Council adjourned a few minutu
after ten o'clock.
The trial of the man Harvey, who
murdered hia wife and two childnn,
wu finished at Gnelph, Ont., on Saturday. Strong efforts won made to
prove he wu inune through money
tnublu at tht time of hit ttrribtt
deed; but tho jury, after a thort da.
llbentlon, nturned a verdict ol
"Guilty," and Judge Stnet senttnetd
Harvey to bo banged.
. — ■
Notice wu given In the Canada Oa*
title, Ottawa, Saturday, by Clarke
Wallace, grand muter, and Thomu
Key™, grand ucratan, that application will ba made at ttt not mim
of the Dominion parliament for to ut
to incorporate tht loyal oitngt aesool*
ation ot British Amerioa.
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At their Steam   Printing Establishment, Colombia Street,
BY   MAU-i
for 12 luontlm....... 16 00
For I monthi ,  3 26
Por I months „HM.™ -. a 00
DE-jrVERED IN THE CITV:
for 12 months , J7 00
For fl months „ _ 4 00
For . months 2 2.
Per month ,    76
Per week      i5
Ferment In all canes (except for weekly
rate) to be made ln advance.
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
ln»ued every Wedae-dajr Horning,
Mailed, per year. 2.00
Mafletl.fl months..  1.2.
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Taesdar ■▼ealai. Nov. 5, l»t».
To-Monnow, tho governor-geucnil,
Lord Stanley of Preston, hor majesty's representative in Canada, will
arrive in the royal city on his olll-
t-ial visit, and it behooves us to give
him and his noble und amiable consort, both as our distinguished visitors end as representatives of the
queen, at least a . ..dial weicomo,
which will go far to make up for the
lack of magnificence in thu preparations. A brief personnl sketch of
the governor-general, with a mention
of Lady Stanley, will not be uninteresting. Frederick Arthur Stanley, G.O.B., first Baron Stanley of
Preston, was born in the year 1841,
and is of noble lineage, being the
second son of the fourteenth Earl of
Derby, popularly known aB the
"Rupert of debate," who -was in his
day prime minister of England, and
a more than usually brilliant public
man. Another far back ancestor,
the founder of tho house of Derby,
wa_ tho Lord Stanley who, on the
famous Bosworth Field of the latter
end of the fifteenth eentury, went
over with all his forces from Richard III. to the Earl of Richmond
(afterward Henry VII.), at the imminent risk of his son, Lord Strange's,
head. Tiie present earl, the elder
brother of Lord Stanley, has now
practically retired from public life,
although at one time hopes were
entertained that, like his father, he
woultt lead the Conservative party.
The earl, however, wus hy no means
a robust Tory, and his hard-headed
and pitch and roll iu it than any
similar stretch of travelled highway
the world over. The project being
now looked upon with favor by engineers and financiers, the question is
left for parliament to decide--one of
political expediency; and as, from n
practical standpoint, it brings up
the same issues that were involved
in the Channel tunnel project, there
yet remains 0110 obstacle at least in
the way of its accomplishment The
subject was brought to the attention
of the recent meeting, at Paris, of
the Iron und Steel Institute, by the
reading of a paper by M. Henri
Schneider, entitled, "The Channel
Bridge, Preliminary Designs by
Messrs, Schneider &■ Co, (Creusot
Iron Works) aud H, Hersent," the
title page, by authority, bearing the
names of Sir John Fowler and
Benjamin Baker, Tbo two last
mentioned are tho engineers of the
Forth bridge, one of the most remarkable ongineering feats of the
day; and the fact that they are wii*
Ung to guarantee the feasibility of
the Channel bridge, and that "a
great financier in Paris, one who
could do almost anything in the way
of money," told Sir James Kits on,
tho president of the institute, that
"he would lind the money," romoves
it from the category of schemes
which, at lonst in publio estimation,
are labeled "visionary." The plan
is to construct n steel structure
across the Channel from Folkestone
to Cape Grisnez, a distanco of _*U
miles, and though not the narrowest
part of that tempestuous waterway
—from Dover to Calais is only about
20 miles—it is the shallowest and
hence the best suited for bridge con*
struction. On this line the deepest
water is about . 0 fathoms (180 foet).
A million tons of metal would bo
required, tho total cost being csti
mated at §170,000,000 (£34,000,-
000), aud the time necessary ton
years. The white and blue chalk
with an underlying base of slate
forming the channel bottom is, it is
said, capable of sustaining a weight
of about 10' tons per square foot.
The piers, of solid masonry and
raised above high water mark, are
to be rectangles, each 8i_ feet long,
the other dimensions to suit the substructure. Upon theso will rest
metal columns to carry the superstructure high enough to allow of
free navigation below. M, Schneider
says: "The surface (of supporting
piers) in contact with the ground
1UILV BBKDI8H OOLUMBIAN, NSW WESTMIN&TEB, a O., KGVEMBEB JS, 18.9,
common sense would not permit him may ^  i_604 square meters (17-*
to agreo with the "gunpowder and 265 square feet) or less, according
glory" policy of Lord Beacon-field, to  depth.     The masonry  will he
and thus it happened that he left bujjt imtfa tuutlll ^aon's forced by
that statesman's ministry, and ultimately took his place on the Liberal
bencb-s of the house of lords, In
the Uladstone ministry of 1882
Lord Derby had a place, but, being,
unable to acquiesce in the Home
Rule measure of 1S8G, he retired
from public life and has since been
little heard of ou political questions.
Lord Stanley of Preston, governor-
general of this Canada of ours, received his title as lately us 1886,
having previously filled high office
in the United Kingdom. In 1858
he joined the Grenadier Guards,
from wnich regiment he retired in
I860. He has ever evinced, how*
eve)', n strong interest in military
uff-irb, and is honorary colonel of
the Royal Lancaster regiment. He
first entered parliament twenty-four
years ago, as member for Proston,
and has also sat for North Lancaster. In 1868 he became a lord of
the admiralty, and from 187*1 to
1877 was secretary for war, leaving
that office to become financial secretary to the treasury. In 1878
Mr. Gathone Hardy was raised to
the peerage, and Colonel Stanley
took the secretaryship for war, at
the same time becoming a privy
councillor. Since then he has been
fif-u-retfiry for the colonies and president of tho board of trade in Lord
SalUbury's administrations. He is
a ripe scholar and an old Etonian,
but is a graduate of neither of the
great English universities. He
mar'ied in 186-1 Lady Constance,
elde.t daughter of the 4th Earl of
Clarendon, K.C. Of the marriage
then are eight children living, seven
boyfi and one girl.
Fs-oin this brief sketch it will be
seen that the governor-general is a
man well fitted by birth, education,
and knowledge of afiairs to fill
the high position he occupies
as viceroy of the Queen. In
his person he .unites the amiability
of the polished gentleman with the
precisirm of the high official, and in
him we discern (lime qualities which
should go with the man who sits in
the ijuoon's place. It is no sinecure
which tlie governor-general of the
JJi.ii'iiunn in called upon to Iill, and
no man uploss uniting iu himself
tho courtesy of the politician as well
as the wisdom of the trained states
man, would ever fill the office with
justice, to our country, with credit
to himsolf, or with honor to the
Britisli Euipii.. It ia because we
see in L'»i'u .Siunloy of Preston a
man nt'nti iiinm. nt-j, of marked in*
divitui.Uiy, nf courteous presence
and if I'll';'-, experience, and because
iio ii 'li1' uhif-ion reprt-sf-iitative of
our yiHi-inuR Queen, that wo hail
hint with hearty welcome to the
Royul City, giving him that loyal
greeting which our devotion to the
throne calls for.
Coil Have the Queen.
compressed air down to the solid
ground. Tho cassions will be surmounted by metal puses' surrounding
ihe masonry, and will servo to float
the piers until they touch the
ground." ' To build u solid pier of
masonry in the boisterous and rolling seas of the English Channel
would seem, indeed, almost beyond
llie power Of man, but this plan of
Mi Schneider's of building the.pj**rs
in still water in metal caissons it nil
floating them out to their plaeos obviates the difficulty. Nor is it so
bold ns would appear, for ho points
out the fact that, at Toulon, immense masses of brickwork, sonn*-
times us much as 100,000 tons
weight, have been floated for
months, indeed, he says that, if a
pier when sunk is found to he out
of position, it can ho floated again
and resunk. The spans nro to be
from 900 to 1,500 feet, with a central independent span, hy wliich a
saving of about 17 per cent, in
weight may be effected,
NOTES AND COMMENTS.
Sir Francis do Winton, Into Governor of the Congo State, says that,
in spite of the scores of explorers
who havo boen traversing Africa in
all directions'sinco Livingstonu began his travels, the larger part
of the many millions of natives have
never yet seen a white man, As wo
trace the routes of explorers on the
map we see that their track™ mako
merely a network over Africa, and
that there are enormous unvisited
spaces between the lines. As yet
we can only infer what largo regions
and the people who live in them are
liko from the reports of a single
traveller who has hurriedly passed
through the country.
Comity Court of New Westminster,
HOLDEN AT NEW WESTMINSTER,
rpHE SITTING OP THE ABOV H COURT
I has been postponed fro-n WoUiicmlay
the Oth day of November, lo FKIDAY tho
»lli day ol November.
W. H. FAI.OINQ,
dot&ltd It-glt-trer,
[Truth copy.]
WM. H. VIANEN,
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*_r HiriiCBt Prico paid for Furs and
Deer Hides.
CorrOHpoiiiIencc liivlli.il. ta.Tetap™on_
Call No. (I. iijHSte
ODD FELLOWS' HALL
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
Wednesday, November 6th.
A Great Musical
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JAMES   CUNNINGHAM,
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Is -till on Columbia Street, with the Largest and Best Stock of JI AHO -
WARE, STOVES, TINWARE, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE,
PAINTS and OILS in tlio Province.
IT He is now handling a lino lino of COOKING and HEATING STOVES.
The sales are hicreasiug daily.   Want of room for the large atock, which is being
constantly added to, is felt to be at this season vory inconvenient, but as soon as
his now Brick is completed to Front Streot a stook will bo kept on hand commensurate with the rapid increase of tho population of tho city.
In the Plumbing lino, tinsmith ing work is douo ou the premises, as usual, by
good workmen; no snide boys trusted with such important work, doc!7tc
Hold Your Orders
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As we havo a Car-load of the Celebrated
Adams & Son's Lumber Wagons,
Which will ho here in about 10 Days,
We will also receivo a number of Delivery WflgOllS by the same car,
Mainland Carriage Works.
dssollo ™n™__:™-3_   _  *B_1*__0_™
A  iiniiniK  acrosK  the  English
Ohaisnel, joining Franco with Esig-
land by rail, is now, snys lho .S'cs'-is-
tljie  American, considered feasible
by lone of tho most eminent engineers of thoso. countries.   Suoh men
huvo declnreil thoir willingness to
undertake  tho   construction,  und
financiers of adequate resources have
offend to raise lho necessnry funds
for its; completion, Such abridge
would shorten tbo trip from Paris
to London, including the Channel
crossing, to Hvo hours, whero now
from nine to eleven hours ure required by way of the Strait of Dover, a bit of water whioh, aa every , PLII. „,-,,.,_
traveller knows, has more tumble | t-nildren Cry for Pitch™'iCastoria
' At a missionary council of the
Episcopal convention in New York,
recently, Bishop Johsiston, tho missionary bishop of Western Texas,
gssve an isddress which svill stir tlso
dry bones in the church if ssnytliiss'.
will. Among other things he suid :
"This great church of ours, svith its
four hundred thousand couiruuicnnts.
nt tlio close of tho present year, in
September, will have given §123,000
to western mission work, a contribution of less tban than thirty cents
a bead. Wo had to call upon tho
dead to mnke up tho $180,000 of
our nppropriation. Our gi'eat isced
is what the Methodists cnll a revival of true and undefiled religion.
Our church sieeds a John the „.sp.
tist. I am not ashamed to say it—
I would to Ood this church had lifo
euough to produce oven another
John Wesley. We has'o some
tiling better to do, my brethren, i Inn
tinkering canons and prenclsissg
the pruyer-boek. Our old mon
should dream dreams—not of corners, trusts, villas on tho Hudson,
palacos, falsely called cottages, by
the sea, and steam yachts on the
sound. Tbey should be dreaming
how the world may be reclaimed for
the Redeemer—of how it is that after
eighteen centuries of tho Oosps>l
more than two-thirds of tho human
family bave not offectively heard of
Him, Our young men should be
dreaming, not how they should nc-
ounsulate wealth, but of a world converted to Ood and made a fit habitation for tho Son of Ood. Our min
isters should not be crying for soft
plaoes iu Eastern communities, but
for a chanco to go to the frontier in
the-master's work."
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Prices of Admission—50 ola,, 31.00, antl
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Herring's Opera House!
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
Thursday, 7th Nov'r
Under Patronage of His Excellency
Lord Stanley, Governor-General
of Canada and Party,
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Illustrated by over 100 Lime Light Views
of his own Sketches taken from life,
Mr. Viillcn. loelnr. in replete with thrll*
llng-pathetio and amusing Incidents of
lils viii'li'il ami advent ti mi i ;■ experience In
ninny Ian Us, while the pictures shown nre
Ntrikumly reall-tie mid full of vigor.
Crowded houses have greeted Mr. Villiers
wherever lie has appeared, ami rompll-
m_nlnry press n itlflCB have bopn showered
upon him.
Prices—Reserved Rents, 81; Parquolto, 76
cents; Gallery, 50 cents.     ■ . . Jj
Chair io bo taken atSSO; carriages may
hi-ordered at 10.11™
Hun "f Imi 11 ut A.M. Herring's store,
where tickets cnu he obtained.
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Wo are nlso prepared to slo Fashionable -l'CSSlll!!™illg, as sve have a
a first-class Fitter nnsl Draper from the cast.   Ferfect (it guaranteed.        doeltc
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■ .      4™_,»-.-3. __** a »bv__  ia  d
Corner Columbia and  Blackie Streets,
OPP. C. P. li. STATION,
SE_ECTBD
Teaa, Coffees, Spices, Butter, Eggs, Cheese,
Dried Meats, Canned Goods, Fruits
and Confectionery.
REQUISITION.
Gordon E* CorboiUil- Esq., New
Westminster, B. t-.i
DTJJAH Stl.1—Wo, the undersigned electors un J ratepayers «f the city of
Now Westminster, beg that you will con*
sent to your nomination as our representative to lho Provlnciul Legislature at the
election to be held In con-oquoneo of Mr,
Bole's resignation.
Wo feel confident tlmt wllli your well-
known ability nnd integrity, there is
no porson more fitted for this responsible
position than your.olf.
We, therefore, lu the Interest- of tho city
and district at large, most respectfully
urge upon you to accede to our request,
promising on our part to pledgo ourselves
to your support In tho coining election.
We remain, dear sir, faithfully yours,
AJTolmio
A M Herring
H Morey
K 811 inky
CO Austin
ft H Hhlrloy
P J Foulds
A Smither
II T Head
Js-JCoullhurd
N II. Itiliiisi'ii
C G Major
A G Gamble
Thomas H Pearson
O C Worafold
Charles B Woods
Henry Elliott
K M ti Woods
It 1' Freeman
KW iglo
.10 llrown
J K Htilloy
l'UHIlodenu
GW Gilley
.Iiis II Hrennnn
A 0 LiUld
Thomas Clelland
James Leamy
B li linmahaim
Robert Keory
Hamuel J Owens
David Vass
,Iume.-* 1) Hue
D Lahey
Thomits Levi
J ft Manson
T w Gray
r I Trapp
O B Murray
W .1 Mathers
noMoiinee
.lohu Wifltcmiil'*
Johii Kelly
Cit-orgc Wolfenden
Davltl Lyal
(' ,1 llribson
Wm Th-l-jon
Wm MoCpll
BH.Scoullar
AW.Seoullar
A J Armstrong
It M Mael'arliiin-
G Newlngtou
W McKa .
A Me Hue
.1 « Gray
John Oray
.1G Jaques
W K Townsend
Jiimcs Tlornoy
Hamuel Woods
Robt Wintemute     	
W A DeWolf Smith William Heldt
W W Dickinson       Wheatley Bi.vill
OW Homer "**■* -■*■■■-
ArtliiirllMoDHde
P H Curran
Allan Jackson
Goo Hutchinson
BA Jenns
James W Harvey
HT Mackintosh
Androw Loamy
[lllHllWuml .lOII-S
Charles T Millard
George A Kolly
J K Polley
Win Wolfenden
Thos h Briggs
W B Dickinson
I It Pliher
Frederick Crake
A J McColl
I>H Mil igiui
WmH Kelly
K H Wobb
,11 leers
II P Wilson
.lumen Trodden
W H Keary
C MeUimough
.Hi Hm lib
Frederick Blckhofl'
ll W Mcintosh
H .1 Thompson
Thos A Mclnnles
Thomas Mt-Qullly
H 11 HhadwoTl
It II Teseh
R E PL Y.
GENTI-KMKNf-I huvo to thlllllc you for
your requisition requesting mo to allow
myself to bo nominated to represent you
In tho Legislature of this province, anil for
your kind expressions of confidence In
my fitness to fill so responsible a position.
In acceding to your wishes, I do so with a
grout deal of pleasure, and If elected shall
glvo lhe presentmlinlnlstniUr-ri my hourly
support, ut tho same lime guard, to the
best of my ability, tho Interests of the city
of New Westminster.
I havo the honor to bo,
Gentlemen,
Your Obedient Hcrvant,
GORDON K.CORBOULD.
November 2nd, 1880. dnoi-ttl
JAMES D. RAE
. sj_c_sson to a mcphadenj
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF FIRST-CLASS
Groceries and Provisions
MP HSS „B_ MM t,     efi_ (-__ •
Cofleos Roasted ansl Qrouisd on tlse Premises.   Fino Teas a Specialty.
-COLUMBIA STREET-
mm- J
um
?r.
Oolumbia Street, New Westminster,
VAN   VOLKEISSBURGH   BROS.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers.
MEAT I-IIIVEYOKS  IS (.ENEItAL.     I'KESH  AS» COBNED
MEATS ALWAYS OS IIASU.
SSTSpccial lines s|Ssotesl for tlso slsippissg trissle.    Fasisily tsrdes'ss strictly isttcssslesl
to.   Hotels ss'ill finil it to their interest to plnoo tlseir orslors with the abovo lirm.
*  d„no]y
LONDON MARKET
Front Street, New Westminster.
MANAHAN & REICHENBACH,
raUCCESSORS TO W. B. TOWNSEND)
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH & SALT MEAT
Hams, Uncoil, Snnr-agc, Bolognas, Etc
(Issulyl
This Lead is known
from Halifax to British Columbia as the
best, finest and purest in Canada.
IOUHTTCODAT OF NTI. WSSnUHSTER
Holden at  Chilliwack.
THE  NEXT  81TTINO   of  tlso  nlioso
Court will be hols! on TUEHtSAY tlso
lllll sl«, ol »™-.il™r. A. IS. IS™,
stwoc™™ W. II. I'AMSINS!.
Di880lution_of_Fartnershiii.
XTOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN THAI
rt the partnership herotoforosiihslsthig
between ui, the undersigned, as butchors.
has lit.-ii thi* day dissolved by mutual
consent. All debts owing to the said partnership aro to he paid to H, Manahan, at
the London Market, and all ehiiins
against tho said partnership aro to he presented to the iald H. Manntmn, hy whom
the same will be settled.
Diltod at Now Wostmlnster, llie Int day
of November, 18W.     \	
MANNAHANAHK-ICHF-NBACH.
Wilms bs-a, M, VAKsmiiuis.     dnulml
IC.
G. J. BURNETT,
PUPIL OF PROF. TOMS, ENGLAND
And recently from tho
Chicago Oratorio Society.
PRINCIPAL PRDFESSDR KATZENBEflOER,
Will be happy to receive Pnpltn
CORN™ MARY ST. AND QUEEN'S AVE.
oolMl™
CROSS & P0IN6DESTRE,
Wholesale and Retail
TOBACCONISTS
CHOICE BRANDS OF
IMPORTED   CIGARS,
Fines! Cigareiios,
Fancy Imported PIPES, POUCHES, OI-
GABETTE CASES, ETC.
Choice Smoking Tobacoo
Thonspsou'sOlsl Photo Gssllery,
COLUMBIA STREET       . NEW WESTMINSTER.
Plants for Sale!
—AT THK	
Douglas Street Nursery,
OIlIlEItS TAKEN FOR FRUIT AND
ORNAMENTAL TREES, Including
all the leading varieties of
Apples, Pears, Plums, Cherries,
 AMO-—
KM AIX FBUT8 of every description,
Uotiqncls, Wrt'nlhs and t'rosHMinatle
to order.
ddwaP3yl P. LATHAM.
Dealers In all kinds of
rooeries
—AND	
GENERAL PROVISIONS
Goods delivered to any pari of the city
free,
Cor, Columbia and Douglas Sta.,
daunyl NEW WESTMINBTER,
Central Hotel
Cor. Columbia & Douglas Sts.
STEWART_?CASII, PBOPRIBTORS
Rates, $1.00 and $1.50 per Day,
At'COI'Dl. 0 TO K003I.
SPECIAL RATES BY TKE WEEK OR MONTH.
-ur Parties supplied wilh all binds of
ICE-CREAM, dmy_n_5
NOTICE lft HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the partnership heretofore subsist*
int; be'sveen the undersigned under lhe
fin: inline of Comer.™.! A McDougall,
Morohnlit Tn Mora, lias been dissolve'! this
rlny iv mutual consoi-l. All acenunts
owing lho late linn are lobe paid to J. A.
MeDongall, and nil claims against tho
said Arm wilt bo settled by him.
T. COMKRFORD.
J, A. McpOCGAI-™.
New West., An*.. 31,1889.
Mr. J. A. McDougall
WILL CONTINUE THE HUSINE88
imdei- his own name, at the same
store, on Colnmbla street, next to F,
Crake's. A eotillnuituco of tho public
Iilll.i.-i;ag(-f™ re^ici-trull. solicited. Salls-
ra-'tloti i-uurunlcod. dwsefito
MXMcRAE
 HAS ON	
Exhibition
Tlso Dssest ssssottsssesstof
English Tweeds, Worsteds,
Fancy Pantlngs, &e,,
&!-., jllSt
ii.
A call solicited.  Armstrong Block, Now
dw Westminster. mh_8tc
AUCTION SALE.
T HAVE RECEIVED INSTRUCTIONS
1 from W. D, Fimiti™, Esq., lo sell by
Public Auction, on
Friday Morning, tlio Sth of November,
On the premises, Ferris Street, his present
HI'SIDKIWI-:, nnd tho whole of h!s select
and wcl. kept Parlor, Hedroom und Kil-
cheii FURNITURE, which consists or, in
pari, as follows:
Hedroom Set-", Lounges, Centre and Extension Tables, Cane-scat, and Easy
Chairs, 2 Wardrobes.''now Tapestry Car-
ft-tH, Book Cases ana Hooks, 1 Hecrotary,
urlor and Cook Stoves, a number of
Framed Pictures, a great collection of
Crockery und Glassware,! Iron Safe, 1
Letter Copying Press, a large variety of
Carpenter's Tools, 1 Tool*ohest* Tools,
1 Grind Stono and Frame, 1 Randall
Diso Harrow, 1 Plough, Ox - Chalntf,
Spades nnd Shovels, 1 Wheelbarrow,
nod a large lot of miscellaneous articles.
The sale of Furniture will commence at
1Q o'clock sharp, mid the House and Lot
atl-tis o'olock.
Tho House Is In good repair, contains 7
rooms and OuMinuses. The Lot faces
Douglas slreet. 81 feot by 00 deep, and Ferris street, lift feet by Off deep, or 1S_ feet
Inall. This Lot is very eligibly situated
and Is a very convenient and comfortable
residence.
TfCKHS AT SALE.
T. J, TRAPP,
dno™. 1 Auctioneer,
Another consignment of Goods Just arrived, Wo bave now got
The Best English, Scotch and
French Goods
That can be had In the market. Positive*
ly the choicest selection of Pantlngs In
the city, and at prices to suit everybody.
Call anil bo convinced. No troublo to show
goods, All aro welcome to inspect,
whet her they buy or not.
All work Kiiarantced, and done
on the shortest possible
notice*
Also sole agents on tho Mainland of British Columbia for the
Science of Dress Cutting
Which Insures a perfect fit every time nnd
Is so easy that a ohild can understand It.
beggsTheard,
Leading Merchant   Tailors,
1 Door West of rslflkltssots'alllilolse-Bssop,
slsnlslyl        „ COLUMBIA STBEET,
STOVES! STOVESI
noto  vo.
E. S. SCOULLAR & GO.
-FOR-
Cheap Cooking Stoves ..Ranges!
DON'T FORGET THE ADDRESS:
Water & Gra&Tille Sts., Vancoavar.
•OR,   T-O*
SAMUEL MELLARD,  •  CHILLIWHACK,
Whom wc have appointed our sole agent for our celebrated
Stoves in that district. Mr. Mellard will supply our Stove* nt
New Westminster prices. • dwno i y i
THIS SPACE BELONG™ TO
H. T. READ «_* CO.
Hardware mbhoh \nt™
BUGGIES!     BUGGii 81
JUST RECEIVED,
A CARLOAD Of
Pell,EiceCoil-springiIcLaiiglilm
MM -O C™. €__ ■  Ml SW
 ALSO	
DUPLEX, HANDY,  BRADLEY & OTHER
Democrat and Express Wage a j!
(_T The Best and Cheapest Rigs ever offered for sale in
British Columbia.*®"
,,w»„,i,     T-te-ici db Oxxirric-*-..
Chas. McDONOUGH,
Front Street, New Westminster.
11
EXTRA FAMILY BLANKETS,
FLANNELS, WORSTEDS & all kindi; of Woolen Boati
READY-MADE CLOTHING.
S3. The only House on the Mainland which keeps the Manufactures of the New Westminster Woolen Mills. Patronize Home
Industry. dmh.iotc
ROYAL CITY
RICHARD STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
BAMUriUIUBBRH AKD HE.S™RS IX
All Kinu- of Boii£_ and Dressed Limber
Shingles, Shakes, Laths, Pickets,
SALMON BOXES, NET FLOATS, TRAYS.
Aim _l_,x, j_i_rxsB or
Wood Furnishing for Canneries.
Doors.   Frames,   Windows,
Dlonldlnfff*. Balusters,
Blinds. Brackets,
Ratlings, Newels.
PLAIN AND FANGV AND ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK.
VanoouTsr City Foundry & Maoliino Works Co.
(_i_r___D)
Engineers, Boiler Makers, and Iron and Brass Founders
HAVING! GREATLY INCREASED THEIR PREMISES AND MACHIN-
ery, aro iss a position to ismlertftke the construction .nd „u!r> of VnlilMt
asssl Stnllonnry EnRlnrs and Boiler', Milling, Mining md Canaerr
Machinery, u well su Cutting* and Forging* •' DV«'y description.
Estimates given | all work guaranteed.
F. BAKER, A. MoKELVIE,
SmanT-si. dwjiijtc UmmmtaUiMiti**, VQTOMB m -NO. 109.
CAILV BBmBB 00LUMBU1J, WK9 .TOI^Sm, fl, fr ^TEM^ |. Jgtt
A-0HE8TNUTTINQ.
A-oheitnutMn* with Madge I went,
And took ber basket on my arm;
Bhe was the sweet embodiment
Of innocence that knows no harm.
I chaffed the squirrel that ire met,
Helped her at fences safely o'er;
The playful chipmunk won't forget
How olose we followed to his door.
Our baskets with plump nuts wo piled,
I filled her apron with them, too;
And when I shook the tree, she smiled
To think how fast our harvest grew.
How clear, upon that autumn day.
The sky's expanse of oloudlois spacel
We loitered on our homeward way—
A sunny smile lit np her faoe.
Taking two chestnuts fnm our etore
We tried the phllopena's lot.
I think lt pleased her all the more
To find that / iti favor got.
" What gift," she asked, -'must I procure*"
And, hinting what my heart had planned,
I answered: "Love, whtch shall endure"—
And io X won her heart and hand!
—Joel Benton, in Once a Week.
REVENGED.
Bow Two Scouts Got the Upper-
Hand of the Hostile*
From Fort Abraham Lincoln to Fort
Sully, both on the tipper Missouri river, is
a bee llneof one hundred and sixty miles,
but the distance oa a rider baa to make it
ia fully two hundred. It is on record tbat
tho first dispatch passing between those
posts waa carrlod in my pocket, andthatat
a time when hostile Indiana almost be*
sieged both forts. It waa on this ride, aud
about forty milea above Sully, tbat a
strange incident occurred. From Fort
Union to Yanktown, a distance of six hundred miles, the Missouri runs along a chain
of mountains on the east, while on the
west side there is scarcely a hill to be
found. While the route down the out
bank is naturally more difficult, it ia alio
more sheltered, and that was the route I
took on tbe occasion referred to. While
there were plenty of Indiana ln the mount*
atni and in the mountain valleys, there
were more of them on the plains, and my
journey waB considered auch a forlorn
hope that wagers were made at Fort Lin*
coin that I would never be heard of again.
I had a mustang which had traveled over
moro of the country than any man living,
and, in all matters pertaining to frontier
life, he was as well posted as four men out
of live. Armed with a Winchester and re*
volver, and rather proud to have been the
one selected out of five scouts to make tho
trip, I left Fort Lincoln just at dusk one'
ovening in- July, and proceeded fivo
miles down tho rjvor before crossing over.
country waa full of hostllcs the party was
made protty strong. There wero six scout™.
thirty private soldiers, threeorfourofflcuru,
and Bomo seven or eight prospectors and
hunters and trappers who wanted to gci
sight of that country. The distance Iroci
tbe fort to the river fs about sixty miles,
aud all open country, and we were nccoin-
panledby two wagons and an ambulauett,
While we did not number over fifty all told.
each man was heavily armed and .vol.
mounted, and avo hundred Indians would
have hositatcd to attack ua In the opon. AH
tho scouts woro paired off, and the namo ol
my partner waa Calvin. Hs was a rougli
and rugged man ot fifty, and most of hi.
life had been spent In the Indian count rj
He had had a dozen of close calls, and the
scars he could show In proof counted up .
dozen or more. I did not know until w<
had started on tho maroh tbat he had prepared auy trick against tbe Indians, who
would be sure to menace us, but at our first
camp he Bhowed me a canteen of wliisk.v,
which ho said was poisoned. Ho bad about
halfapound of smoking tobacco in a bag.
and poison had been mixed with this
Whilo the rest of ub bated Indiana as bad
as Calvin did, no one else bad prepared an;
such weapons. Indeed It was not looked
upon as exactly honorable ln a white man.
Wo reached Rio Pecos, opposite Corporal's
Peak of the Castile Mountains, without being annoyed by tho Apao.es, although v:a
saw numbers of their scouts and had no
doubt that a considerable force was hanging on our flanks. We made our camp iu a
defensive spot, and, after a rest, small
parties scouted up and down tbe river to
examine tbe lay of the country. On thq
third day Calvin and myself, accompanied
by a corporal and two private soldiers, rode
up the Pecos about tea milos, crossed over,
and started to come down on tbe otber
aide. The ground waa more broken
on the nortb aide, and we had
hardly turned to go down stream
When we found the redskins more
numerous and for bolder. The soldiers had
seven-shooter carbines and Calvin and I
bad Winchesters, and wo felt no alurni
even when we knew tbe Indians to number
fully one hundred. An ambush was the
only thing to bo dreaded, and we got into
one in spite of our vigilance. Two miles
below where we crossed the river tho
ground became very rough and was out up
into gullies. This extended from the river
baok aa far as we could see, and we could
not flank it. We could havo crossed the
river here, but our orders wore to come
down on tho north bank. Every man knew
that If tho Indians meant to attack they
would do it here, and tho flrst notice would
ba a volley from one ot tho blind ravines.
lathis emergency wo strung out in single
file, the corporal leading, Calvin next, J
third and the two privates making loui-th
and fifth. Wo had not advanced forty rods
into tho-'bad ground," and had notcauglu
sight of so much as an Indian's feather
A rcconnoissance in force a day or two beforo had driven the hostile* back, but ft™ vx av "■•«».•■ **« *"«"*»- «»«'
•BmSm^Sii^iSmlSm ?hen.T '^^ a volley'rom twenty-
or.Ightmlles.  rSiSSSffSSS fi £S\&^___  SP^ 12 .
river when a mule, which had evidently }w0 **"indr*S foet away* and <me, J?11'11
t___™,t«hu.-.™ __. _.hi«w «_™™. w ™«„ bave thought ovory man of us would bave
been in biding in a thicket near by, oamo i__,_ _M,nij   «« **.■-. «™™*»™«, ».„.«„..„»
fomardwith, low whinny and apneared {K^Sfi S\! .L^S™™? I  I
™.>™,--i.>_™™™__™ ♦« -™« ...    a •_**_« li-Mi™, tho lost throe of us were untouched, ant
?i™.nL™fS- „. ™™J_i ta . E uotoneofourhor-e.wa.tslt Thooorporal
tlon proved that ho belonged to a scout .„.-,„,„,„ -,_._» v™,*. -™.™..™™™„ „™™ ;*, i
named Abnor Johnson, whS tad been dis* K?.«. vSJ * wd
patched from Fort Lincoln to Fort Ran* noi8e9 KUlea-
some, a hundred and fifty miles to the east,
ten or twelve days before.  The saddle was
in place, blanket, coffee-pot and other arti
cles securod as usual, and the bridle was
Simultaneously wltb the
Volley a hundred or moro Indians exhibited
themselves in front and on our left, shouting aud firing. In such an emergency
every man acts for himself. Tho three of
u.__ r>_uur_u am u«uui, nun  tut* uiiuii* ■.„. __    ~\,__,_a   „.,,   „„. ™™.™j „     *    .
Intact, I wa. satlsM that Johnson had tJ^A^J&i^J^.T"'
been .hot from tha .addle. Nothlnjeould ™?"T„   iSTL^A"?™?™™^?
havo induced the mule to rtnawa. from i£"*t£$-J™Jfi I™,"'" "£5* °",'  '
him whilo alive. The animal, aalliurad ""*,,?ta» ground" we took shelter lu a
^rmatositeth. "rtTind*^™™ waUgrovpontheedgMltho strewn ansl
paaaa™ alarmed him and hohldhlmaolf to •tt-yoroeventy wanton on foot, who per
JSTotZTwrSS oi e>W I ''••'*• toagtood u. badlyrnghtened, but Wc-
sought to drive him into the water and on
bis way, but he was determined to accompany mo, aud, after finding him obstinate, t
slipped tho iron bit out of bis mouth, that
ho might snatch at the grass, and rodo off,
with hlm a close follower.
Between the river and the foothills thore
peggod away at them so steadily that thoy
broko nnd took to cover, leaving six dead
men in plain view.
Thia was at tea o'olook in the morning.
and we did not get another glimpse of nn
Indian until four In the afternoon, when j
Climbed ono ot the trees and saw a body ol
was a lovel varying iu width from fifty to,thom makin? °* *? th? j*0™1*-1?- £tU(i"
five hundred feet Thia was grown to n^aMoutprt^neteh^hood.nndapoi,
grass. Alongthobankofthoatream.with ?*ic.taln0A/what ha*. «°urred-. J?"'
hardly a break for miles and miles, was i 2_Jl.to M2 ^S2W? booa put,to lllc
- • •    ■       -■     -        torture, but  they had been   amply ru
venged. Tbe six we had killed lay whore
tbey fell, as our flre commanded tbe spot
We found, in a sort of pooket, covered with
bushes and limbs, eleven other dead, over .
one ot whom had died of poison. Ono was
line of trees and bushes,  Tho foothills
were covered with scrub growth, and be*
tween them and the base of the range there
was fair traveling and good cover. At
evory mile or two thero were breaks ln the
foothills by which one oould turn In from ,„, , w...   _. .       . .- ,
the level I did not Intend to travel far! L^et White Bird, anoted warrior, and tin-
that night, tho main object being to get bo* J*™ were veteran warriors of his band.
_._".'..... *_ ■   . **       ."     , Thn hAttlA nsssn nns-il-in-,,1   .tin  *•!.__._   1.....
yond tho hostile lines and take an early start
next morning. Up to the timo of crossing
tho river my mustang's feet'had been tout*
fled with oat sacks, so that ho could leave
no trail. There had been no rain for two or
thne weeks, and no living Indian could
have traced me. Onoe across tho
stream I removed tho bags. I should
leave a plain trail, but must thereafter trust to luok and my own sagacity. It
was a starlight night, and as I rodo forward
I routed up a deer or otber wild game
every fifty rods. This satisfied me tbat no
Indiana were near, and I continued my ride
until midnight By this time I was at loost
twenty milos below the fort, and I wont
into camp to wait for daylight. Going into
camp consisted of unsaddling tho two animals, rolling myself In a blanket, and
plumping down at the roots of a cotton-
wood. I was asleep ln five minutes, and
when I opened my eyes it wu daylight.
The animals were close at hand, and each
had his nose in the air and waa scenting
liko a dog. I wu hardly on my feet before
Ismelled fire. There wu a light breeie
blowing up the valley, and the camp-fire
was below me, or ln the direction I pro*
posed to go. I moved into tho belt ot tint*
ber and began to crawl forward for an ob*
servatlon, and after going about a quarter
of a milo I saw the smoke. I waited five
minutes before advancing nearer, but seeing no movement, I crept forward. I saw
tho body of a white man lying on the ground
nnder the trees. I knew it wu, by the
dress, and now, thinking that I had come
upon a Government scout or somo white
hunter, I roso up and advanced into the
camp. No man ever made a more appalling
discovery. It wu the body of Abnor
Jqhnson.dead and horribly mutilated,and _e-
tween him and theriver.adlatanceof twenty
feet, lay the dead bodies of nine Indian
warriors. While a glanoe sufficed to prove
that they were dead, it took mo aome time
to satisfy myself u to tbe cause. I finally
-Tound a atone bottle, holding about two
■uarts, whioh I remembered to have seen
Johnson's possession. It had contained
.laky, but wu now empty. The posture
the bodies wu proof that every warrior
■ died of poison, but I did not know until
lonth that Johnson fixed up tbe dose
ire leaving Fort Ransome on bla return.
lo seemed to havo a presentiment tbat ho
would be captured, and he bought two
quarts of whisky and dosed It with strychnine, knowing that lt would surely revenge
J Johnson bad evidently been driven ont of
bis direct course. As I saw by scouting
over tho ground, he wu well In tho lead of
his nino pursuers when a chance shot from
i a rltte struck him in the right hip and tumbled him from his saddle. His mule had
gone on end the Indiana had gone into
The bottlo waa empty and the tobacco bay
bad been turned wrong side out Threo or
four yoars afterward I met an Apache wit*
was present on that occasion and he said
that Whito Bird and his chosen few druu.'i
the whisky and then smoked their pipes
while tho othors woro making the prison.---
rcady for torture Tbocorporal died before
they could mako ready, and when tlie
warriors began to die of the poison Ca'vlii
was soon dispatched by a blow of a tomahawk. The bodies woro badly mutilated,
but it was mostly after death. The bund
lost seventeen to our two, and was so disheartened that it retreated and went lut-.
mourning for weeks,—N, Y. Bun.
EXERCISE  AT HOME.
A Large Class Unprovided wltli Menus of
Propor Dally Exoi-clso.
Men ami boya rido horsos, row bout**,
climb bills, danco, play ball nnd skate fov
exorcise, says tho J'hrenohykal Juitrnitl,
Women und girls do much the snme. sub.
ttituting lawn tennis for base-ball. LtUlo
boys and girls may fly kites, roll hoops-—in
fair weather— and bo keep lho blood irom
stagnating in thoir living bodies. Ko fur,
so good. But thero is a large class still un
provided with the moans for proper dnily
exorcises, such as mon of sedentary habits,
florgymen, lawyers, octitorB, teachers, uu.
tliorannd children who do not havo playi*
grounds, and who can not surely go into Uio
stroots to cxorclBO, The health lift meats
certain eases and is useful; the ton-pin lit*,
loy whon soparatod from Brooking, drinking
and hotting affords healthful cxorclao. Tho
same, though to a less cxtont, may bo
claimed for billiards. Then thoro is tho
coarser oxercise of boxing,, which Is chiefly
used by" sports" and tho "fancy," to thb
disgust of respectable poopio. And yet,
oven tho clorgy might derivo real benefit™
from going through tho oxorciso which
pugilists tuko while boing fitted for lhe
" ring," or thoso forms of oxorclBo supplied
by cheap gymnastic apparatus which can
bo obtained now and easily set up In a room
at home.
The short sword, or foil, Is another sort of
exorcise in which muscle, may bo devolopcj.
When lecturing in Mobile, Ala,, suino
yeara ago, a Mr. Pomordy Informed us that
ho and his family, consisting of wifo und
sovoral ehildron, had Buffered much from
illness, and that his expanses for medloal
uttondunco had been largo for sovoral years
previous to his building a "play-house" hi
which each andovory mombor, from a threo*
year-old baby up to servants, wifo and him.
self, took regulnr dally exercise of from ten
minute., to half an hour. Since that tunc,
how moro thou two years, not a moment's
Illness worth attention had boon suffered by
any single mombor.  He assured ub thut
camp to torture tbe wounded man;' They thto-wlth hygienic living, had enabled tiro
bad cutoff bielenew.guhedWscheoksV'f111*'1?018?0"80 wjlh dwtors and drugs
' severed throe or four toes, and inflicted ^anyingof aconsidorablo sum.
otber cruelties whin the poison which thai    UllWroi- lirc dying nmong us for want of
tahmlER^ W*!k m taw***
There muat hare been a high old time
among them tor half an hour, during
which Interval the priaoner probably hied
to death. Johnson', eye. wero wide opon,
and If the eye. of the dead oan roflcot any
tlslrsR lsl. surely reflected exultation. The
ponlo. of tho Indians were ln t gran;
dolt a quarter of t milo away, and each
wore hobbled, It aocmod an asvful wicked
thing to do, but I approached each ono lis
tssrn and drove my knife to hia heart. Then
I gathered np aaddlos and blanket, and
lariats assd flung tbem Into tbe river. I took
Use rifles, tomahawks, knives, wampum
and headdreaaea of the nine warriors snd
made up a load for tho nsulo, snd afioi
covering Johnson's body wltb brush snd
atonoato k™P it from the vulture., Iwenl
forsvard on my Journey, which wu oom-
ploud without t further Incident worth
mentioning,
A ample of years lster I was transferred
lo Fort Davis, In the Ouadulupo Mountain,
ot Tessas, and In the Apaohe oountry, A
commission wai sent to tho Eut to locate
..          J toalililss Isy .... ..„	
apostonthoRlo Poops rlver,.and a. tlw Judg., n,.,*..,isi,*,l hlm i-nlnet.
ful, nslsclslcvosis, slisolscslissist ami trouble,
torn;, whon, It they could climb a rope,
aallor fashion, and Inflate their hungry, collapsing lungs with Invigorating air they
would bo s/entle, obedient and traotnblo iss
lambs. Wo don't svant weals, thin, ssssss-osv.
choatcd dwarfs or bean poles for children;
wo want strong, robuat, 'vcll-dos .tossed
bodies and brains.
One of tho koenost thinga ovor aaid on tbe
bench Is attributed to Judgo Walton, of
Ueorgla. While holding a lorra of tho Supremo Court at Asisiusto, he aentonccd is
man to seven years In prison for a
•rnvo crime. Tlso prisoner's counsel aslseil
for a snltlKistlon of tho sontouco ou the
ground Unit tlso niais'a health svas vory
ssooi'. "Yusss* honor," said ho, ,(I am sat-
'Sflod that sny client oan not livo out hnlf
Hint term, and I b'o« you to change the
sentence." ''Well, susdor 'hose elrcum*
8111110™.'' assist tho Judge, "I svill sshaugo
tho sunlonce. 1 win issssUs, Itfor lifo, In-
lleudt-ss.'Vt'ri years,' Tho prlaosser clsoso
u osiglnn'. sentence, svhleh ttio
It Made
Mother Strong
ohio tl
"My mother baa beei
using Paine's Celeb.
Comfounu for netvou!
prostration, accompau
led by melancholia,
etc, and lt has dont
her a world of good
Is the only med_
thnt strength
ons the nerve-.'
a. n. Beers,
Or-l-onl*
Pa.
■•iaminmywthycar. Havebeenamictedli
several ways-could not Bleep, had no appetite
no courage, low spirits. I commenced uslni
Palne's celery Compound, and felt relief fron
the third day after using it I now bare a goo.
appetite ana can Bleep welL By spirits and
courage ato almost like those of a young man.'
S, c. KiNxim, D. D., Gonzales, La.
Palne's
Celery Compound
Strengthens and builds up the old, and cure!
tholr taflrmltles. Uheumntlflm, Indigestion ant!
noi-vousne-S yield quickly to tho curative powei
of Palne's celery Compound.
A Perfect Tonto and Invlgorator, It
GIVES NKW LIFE.
" I am now o. years old and have tried Bevera]
remedies, but none bod any ellect until I used
Palne's celery compound. I feel entirely different for the short time I bave used It. I cob
walk nearly straight, sleep sound aad welL an.
teel as though there wus new life and energj
coming Into my whole system."
IL mtuos, Cleveland, Tenn.
Palne's Celery Compound is of unequaled
ralue to women. It strengthens the nerves,
regulates the kidneys, and has wonderful powei
iucurlcgthe painful diseases with which wo-
tnuu so often silently suffer.
$1 per bottle. Six for ss. At Druggists.
Wells, Richardson A Co        Hoi-mux.
DIAMOND DYES fiBj Nam-and- &"*
7 can Equal Then.
your lur.fjbnuautim
BAPTIST CHURCH, Agnes Htreet,
Earit of Mary StreeU Lord's Day
Services at 11 a, m. and 7 p.m. Sabbath
Behool nndBlblo Class at 2:30 p. m. All
seats free! strangers cordlnlly welcomed.
—H™v. Thos. Baldwin, pantor.
METHODIST CHURCH, Mary
Street. Rev. J. H. White, Pastor.
■Ices at 11 ti. m, uud 7 p, m, Sunday
School and Dibit- Oin.. h _:S0 p. rn. Pi-ny ur
Meeting .on Thun-diiys <■» 7-flOp.ni. ■■■•Hts
free; striiwren* oonlliilly liivit.rt.
QT. PMJI.-S CHI'IlCII, jolm Rlreetl
O Opposite Orange Hall. Rev. Thom ns
Haddon, Pastor, Services every Sunday
at lln. ni. it ml 7 p. m. Thursday evenings
at":30 o'olock. ftonlH free; nil nre _ordl*
ally Invited. Sundny Soimoi atgigg p. m.
SHUttCIl OF ENOLA.XD.-HOLY
TRINITY CHUROH; Rector, I tin
ihop, S, MARY'S CHURCH; Ut-eliir,
The Ven. Archdeacon Woods. Sitvii'it.
ln both oliuroli-js every dap. All M*ntn
free. Both ohurohes open nil tiny fur pi-l-
vnte prayer.
PRKSDYTBUIAN    CHURCH    ihT.
A ANDREW'S!, nornerCnrnarvoii and
Blackwood Sta, ltev. Thoi. Scouler. pastor. Service™ itt 11 it, in.mid 7p in.; sun-
day-school and Ciblecla. s at, S.sii p. in ;
Prayer*raeoUngon Thursday evenings m
7.B0.  Beats freo; atrnngors wclonmo.
TT F.-ROYAI, LODGE NO. 0. Regular
J\. Meeting overy Tuesday night ats
o'clock. Oddfellows'Hall. Visiting Breth-
ren welcome.--. E. Kkhjht, K-of It. A ft.
V O. Q, T.-EXOELSIOlt LODGfl No". H
1, meets every Mondny evening nt 8 o'clock, lu tho Temporanco Hnll, Columbln
Bt.   visiting members art      	
ENGLISH
Erskine's Boot & Shoe Emporium.
Tlie Waterproof "K"; the Country "K"j the City "K"; also Ladies' Buttoned and
Laced, and Boys' and Youths "K" Boots.
Write to-day fora pair. Goods expressed C. 0. D.
JL. 33. B_S™3_S:i3*sr__!,
ddcwoc30m3 132 Government St., cor. Johnson, VICTORIA, XL C.
f-_F BEST ASSORTMENT IN THE PROVINCE *^|
lies, Pha3toDS, Express Wagons, Buck-boards, Etc.
_*. C*.  STSIO-IsAHD _b OO.
BRITISH
COLUMBIAN
STEAM
J-JDlllIIILQ
I ™ssoo™ona™n- I
I inn i iiid
COLUMBIA   STREET,
!Vew Westminster, B. ('.
WHATCOM and SEHOME
(0-J_T™_ OIT1T)
The Most Flourishing and Rapidly Growing City on Puget Sound.
AO. P.-COURT LORD OUPI'ERIN,
. No. Om. Tho regular mc. Mugs of
tlio above Court nre held nt Iho Foresters'
Hall,on tltefl.-iliti.il third Wcdnesdiiy ln
each mouih.atfip, in,—Jno, McMcuriiY,
Sonr„ P.C.R.
CALBPOariA ta ST. ANDREW'S
SOOIHTY.-The regular meetings of
this Association nre licld on the last Tuesday of ench month, nt 8 o'clock p.m. All
Scotchmen are Invited to attend. -Jiuin
1)01 r, Sec.
TIT 0. T. IT—REGULAR MEIiTlNU
Vy • every Wednesday afternoon at ..
o'clock at the W-0. T. u. Headquarters,
Douglas St.   I/oyul Le-ilon In the . amo
8lnco every Friday aflernoon.—MHa. Jab.
onninoham, President; Mlts. J, A. Cu.v-
MKfillAM, Secrelnry.
A UNION LODGE No. 9, A. F.
ta A* M.—The regular meetings of this Lodgo nre held in
tho MnsonloTemploon tlie firwt.
Wednesday in ench month, nt 7:.'!0 o'clock
Fi. in.  Sojourning brethren nro cordially
nvlted to al tend.—W. C. Coatham, Set*.
TJOAUD OF TRADE. Hoard Room,
O Oddfellows Uriel; lllock, in. stulrs
Coiinoil moelB on tho flrst Wednesday
ln each month, at 4 p. m. Quarterly
meeting* on tlio 22nd of Feb., May., Aug.,
and Nov., at 7:30 p. m. New members
may be proposed nnd elected nt any Quarterly meeting,—V, Rouson, Sec.
-TOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
I have seized and will sell by Public Auction, at my offlce, in New Westminster, on the morning nf the Sixth day
of November, subject to the payment by
Iho purchaser In addition lo the purchase
price oil costs, charges nnd exnem-eii connected with thoselzure.neorli'lnqiiantlty
of Logs now lying nt the mouth, on the
banks nnd In Scott Creek, a tributary of
1'lttLake, ln the District of New Westminster.
T. S. HIGGINSON,
Crown Timber Agent.
New Westminster, Sth October, ISSS.
doeSml
NOTICE OFJISSOLUTION.
milK PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
1 existing between W.J. Corbett and
T, Kennedy, ns tinsmiths, elr , has this
dny been dissolved by mutual consent.
Allclnimsat-ainst tlio lnte firm, nnd nil
bills due to same to bo paid by nnd to W.
J, Corbett, who will continue thoold firm's
business. W. J. CORBETT,
THOMAS KENNEDY.
A LARGE LOT OF STOVES Just arrived per C. P. R. tbat must bo sold nt
onco ns I have not been able to proouron
suitable storo to show thom,
W. J. C0R11ETT,
oclS.llni In rear of Bank of B. C.
NOTIOE.
mHE APOLLINARIS COMPANY (Ll-
JL raited) of Loudon, England, having
Information thnt spurious wntors hnvo
been manufactured and sold In this province as genuine "Apolllnarla" witters In
infringement of the company's trade
mark duly registered In Canada;
Notico Is hereby given that proceedings
will bo Instituted against all pi-rstnis who
aftor Hits dato shall manufacture or ofl'er
for snle any liquid under the nnino nf
■■Apolliiinrfs," other than put up by and
bearing the genuine trade marks of the
Hy DlfAKK-JACKSON A l!ftI,.1.KKN,
Their Solicitors.
Victorin, B. C., Hth Oct., 188..    doaltimS
vm-50 BLOCKS<&a
OF LEVEL UNO RIGHT IN THE HEART OF THE CITV.
The blocks arc divided into lots 40 feet front by 125
feet deep to an alley.
Prices from S3 to $12.50 per Front Foot
Sale will commence an the
18th DAY OF OCTOBER, 1889.
Aftor each 15 days 5 per cent, will be added to the price.
NOW is the TIME FOR a FORTUNE
Come and see and don't say you did not have a chance.
EDWARD FISCHER,
l-sssiU Agent.
M. L. STANGROOM,
(lessens! Agessl.
W, BREDEMEVE™, DR. PH.
(Late Partner of John MnVlcker)
MINING ENGINEER, U.S. * PROVINCIAL SURVEYOR, _: ASSAYER,
Masonic Tkmple Block, Vancouver,
Br:t. Col.
iarRellablo reports, underground surveys and maps of mines executed allow
rates. Assays made on all klnils of minerals, gold and silver bars. Thirty years'
experience ln mining ln Asia, Europe
and United States of America. Spenks
ten languages. Assays from a distance
promptly attended to. Address Vancouver, B.C. ddol7tc
a-TOTICE.
NOTICE IR HEREBY GIVEN THAT
application wltl be made to the Leg*
Islatlve Assembly of the Province of British Columbln at lis next session for an act
to incorporate a compnny to construct,
operate and maintain n street rallwny In
the City of New Westminster, una to
ncqulre lands and do nil things nocossary
for iho purposes aforesaid.
Hated lhl.._jih dayof September, 1889.
a DOUGLAS,
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
dse.10tc For selves and others.
DRESSMAKING
At mm -_™™i*.-.s',
(Lath of Enoi__ndj
Cornet of Churoh and Columbia StreeU,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
ursutinfactlnn guaranteed;    dwfe7ic
NOTICE.
MONUMENTAL
WOKSS.
Columbia and Church Streets.
Alex. Hamilton,
PROPRIETOR.
I.
«S™
,   —J, _IUU—!U1 ™
S80.3SD CORDOY- STKKKT,
VANCOUVER. B.C.
Importers and Dealers in
MACHINERY
Or ALL DBHCntTIONS.
MARINE WORKI SPECIALTY.
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
sixty days after dntn we Intrnd to
apply to tbO Chief Commissioner of Lands
nnd Works for leavo to purchase tho following lands, situate tn the District nf
New Westminster, and described ns follows: Lots ono hundred and thirty-one
11311. one hundred nnd thtrty-flvo I i:v>l.
one hundred and thirty-six [19Gh one hiin*
nred ami thlrly-elght f l. 8), and ono hundred nml forly-ono [141], In Group One of
suld District, containing eight hundred
acres, more or less.
Haled loth September, 188ft,
ANDREW LEAMY,
dselo*2m J. II. GILLESPIE.
"Land Registry Act."
Lot No. 12, Block XXII, and Lot No.
21, Block XXVIII, City of Now
Westminstor.
A CERTIFICATE OV INDEFEASIBLE
lllli* tn lhe above mentioned horedltit-
nienlK will bo Issued to Alexander - nulls
on tho Hth dny of ,!aminry, IK. l, tint ess In
the mean lime n valid oblectloii thereto
be mado lo tho undersigned In writing liy
somo porson clnlinlngnn cslnte or Interest
In snld horedltnments m some part thoreof.
Land RegistryOflloo, NowWestmlnster,
7thO-tnbor, 18W3.
T.O. TOWNLEY,
doc7m3 Deputy Registrar.
Dress-Making I
Misses McDOUOALL
COLUMBIA   STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
sj»* Hssllslaollssss gssarssslesssl.      dsplllo
Fook Wo & Co.
Charcoal for Sale
CHIMESE IAMB COKTMCTED FOU.
COLUMBIA ST., NEW WESTMINBTER.
(NoisrGlevelsssssI Hole!.)
  slss—llssl
(DAILY AND WEEKLY)
UNRIVALLED ON THE MAINLAND
OP BRITLSH COLUMBIA AS
AN ADVERTISING
MEDIUM,
PER ANNUM, BY MAIL:
Daily British Columbian, - $6
Weekly"
2
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE,
PRINTING
— OF	
Every   Description
EXECUTED IN
FIRST-CLASS STYLE
AT MODERATE RATES.
TIME    CARD.
o. ap. an-, oo.
The Fine Flrsl-Clnss
Str. William Irving
Will Uot. Ih. a P. N. Ca'. Whsrt,
Canadian Pacific Railway,
PAOIFIO DIVISION,
Gen'l Superintendent's Office.
CAUTION.
/OWNERS AND MASTERS OF VES-
JJ selssssssl other Crssrl isisvlgistlisi; llso
FrsBiT River nre CASStlsssses! Us keess ss-ltlilis
Uso Buoys jsislistosl Red nsssl While, ro-
specllvely, si lho Mission Brlslio, ss slssr-
Iss. Ihe construction of tlto Bridie, sssssl-
I. lion between the banks of tite River
■nd the Buoys la disssgeroul, owing to piles
being driven there.
, H. ABBOTT,
General Sssperiistondent.
V.-icossvw.aa.TlliMay,!™*. dmj«e
• AT 7 A. M.,
FM CHI-MUCK MID WAI PMII.
Rettsrnlng Every
Wednesday, Friday & Sunday
When sssfikleist Inducement olftra she
will proceed to HOPE ssnd on sucls
occasions will leave her whnrf
at4™m.
Connecllng wills the 0. P. N, Css.'s Slesner
for Vlclorlss.
JOHN IRVING. Manager.
T.L. BRIGGS, Agent,
New WesinslDBler.        dspMo
Time Table.
TBE STEAMER
ROBERT DUNSMUIR
LEAVES WESTMINSTER every Monday morning at 7 o'clock for Nassal-
isso, via Vancouver, reluming Tssesslay,
via Vancouver.
Leave. Westsnltsalcr every Wednesday
*-./.*..' tor Nanaimo direct, ronnesstlng
with Island railway and Comox steamer.
Leaves Nnnaimo for Vanoouver on
fhunday. and Fridays and returns .am.
days.
Leaves Nannlmo on Salurday a! 7 a. m.
for WMImlnster direct.
_-"»'•"•Isi! or passage apply on hoard,
or to ». Ull-m-M, 0. PTN. wMir.    dls '
OUR FACILITIES IN THIS DEPART-
MENT ARE UNSURPASSED
IN THE PROVINCE.
Special Forms Ruled
and Printed.
HAVING A RULING MACHINE ON
THE PREMISES WE ARE ENABLED TO FURNISH
SPECIAL FORMS
TO ORDER.
ADDITIONS AKD IMPROVRHENTS
Have recently been msde In V™
variosss Department,,
And with earehil and ellicscnt workmen,
(ut steam presses, and Urat.olas. sssaier
bis, we oan guarantee satlsfsetion to ell
who favor u. with their orders.
KENNEDY BROS.
no! PROFRt-MM
lp lip „ 1W let"
WHAT EVERYBODY SAYS MUST BE TRUE.
The steady rush of purchasers at "ROUSSEAU'S Boot and Shoe
Store shows that our straight-forward way of doing
business has given the people
Perfect Satisfaction.
We offer no unreasonable inducements; our object in advertising
is to give a truthful description of our resources. We have the
largest stock of Boots and Shoes ever exhibited in the Province,
Call and see it before purchasing elsewhere.
Ladle.' Kid Button Boot. $2.00
Misses     do do      1.75
Children's do do      1.50
Infant',    do do     SO
Men'. Lace Boots 11.50
Boys'      do         1,29
Youths' do         1.00
Wigsvam Slippers.  1.00
These goods are all made in the latest styles and manufactured
from the best home and imported goods. All marked in plain
figures.   Strictly one price at
JAMES   ROUSSEAU'S,
81 Columbia Street, :::::::■:::: New Westminstbil
dwto
C. McDONOUGH,
(LUNDBOM-BUILDINO, FRONT STREET)
GENERAL MERCHANDISE!
Constantly on Hand an Extensive Stook of
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots A Shoes, Hats A Caps,
Crockery, Glassware, Ac.
-sXXI-sT-S     _)*     BOTB'      STJITf? .
Great Variety of Household Articles.   Also,
GRAIN, SEEDS,  POTATOES, ^IME and   GENERAJ, -!TORES.
   srders
slw."-*s
If. ■.—Farm Produce bought at market ratea or sold on eommiss™™
from the Interior promptly attended to.
CASTORIA
far Infants and Children.
•■t™™at_u»w«aed-»a™tM__-s-S_. I aaneHss sewsOeje, OnWr.s -.
E=K^-2S___rBH*S
mflo.Oi_^™l.Brookir-,K.T.   1-mt^l^iioMiwUoatto
Tn CWTium CkM-P-NT, 77 Murr iy -Stnet, N. T.
W. C. LOYE,
?t™i.i™li Boot and 8hn liuer.
a«p«iviast_9i*t-tl» Don*. Ottrk I
Work » Specialty.
tar orders promptly attended to,
OUrkson St.t in rear of Colonial Hotel, next to Itend Bros.'offloe.  dnolto
Business Notice.
mHE UNDERSIGNED IB PREPARED
JL torunl«hpl_usa*_dspeelfloatlonsfor
all classes of buildings (stone aud brlok a
specialty". Will furnish all the neceuary
drawings and superintend work through a
competent foreman, and will guarantee
perfect work for 3 per cent, of cont, Offloe
In Bank of B.C. Building, up stairs. New
WcKtmlm-ter. JAMES KENNEDY,
dwsellto Architect.
Feed,LiveryiSale
STABLES,
Dallas Street, Westminster
jos. mTwise,
FBOPBIE-TOB.
GOOD DRIVING A RIDING HORSES
for Hire, Hacks call at all Steamers
and Trains, Special attention given to
Boarding Horses,
COAL AND WOOD
Constantly 01 Hand.
Orders may be left at the Offloe of Mathers A Mil linn .Commission Merchants,
Front Strce*.. New West, dse21t_i
RSTIBLISHSD 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON
BUTCHER,
Near]}- Opposite Me doleilal Betel,
MEW WESTMINSTER
THE LARGEST AND  CHOICEST
_aortsnent of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and anpplied to Fam.
111-., RMtanruta, and Steamboat, at th.
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
Tt San hiaw, Cal,
BT WAT OF TBI
THE MT. SHASTA ROUTE.
WOKKMNTm^raANAgTOTHKI.
Iwf™™__-T_l_™a AlHH
turn um iwnw m pmifio wait
PULLMAN   BUFFET SLKPIRS
TOURI8T SLEEPING CARS
Vor Accommodation of Second-Class Paa-
■enien, attached lo Eiprei, Trains.
Fare from Portlansl to gacramnslo anss
Ban FranoHMO-Unllmll™, |_; Fit,!-
elaas (IJmlled), •»; Becond-elas. (Limited), SIS.
THHOHOH TICKETS to all point. Bontl
-"l&BSMB*,
CittOfficb, No. IN Oor. First ™ Aide
Dipot Orripi, Cor. P tk Front StreeU;
f-ortland, Oregon.
IiHil Tratfer
HACK, LIVERY, STAGE,
Feed | Sale Stables
THE snUSOBlBERS ARE 10V PREPARED TO TDBN OOT   '
DOUBLE AND SIN8LE MS
At Bpeoial Low Ratos.
fojiag ad AU fin™ of Ttaaaj
Done at Shortest >ot-ci:.
•tyCtrdWM- delivered to any partof
the City.
Orders by Telephone will receive prompt
attention.
Mrstables nearly opposite c. i  B. Depot, Colnmbla BU, New*Wcstn i Inster.
djallu-      QILLEY BROiJ.
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BRITISH COLUMBiA
■Land i Investment Agmcy
(_-_*X__-> I
THOMAS ALLSOP,
HENBY 8. MASON,
CUTLER A. HOLLAND,
BEAD OFFICII I
IS Serjeant's Inn, Fleet Stnet,
LONDON, ENfl.
The Business o! ALLSOP A MASON has
beon merged ln the above Oompany and
will be oarried on by the Company frontl
this dale as a general Land Investment
and Insurance Agency.
1IONKT TO I™ AN on Mortgage nt Low
Rate.. Town Lota and Farming Land,
for Sale on essay tenn..
Vlciorla, B. C, May 16th, 1187. dwjlys
TO 8I.IE1&
IF YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD
CIGAR, ASK FOR THE
BRITISH LION
HENRY LEE,
ok™ MAINLAND.
—TThey axe not only made of tbe
Choicest Tobacco but they are of
Home Ha-ifo-tarr, and aloald w
patronized by all gootl oitlsesss.
WM. TIETJEN, «lsn™«™iii_r,
HOt-KOOK B171LDIK0,
COLUMBIA sntrr,      mw wnraiMTii,
 dwlTnoly	
WM. McCOLL,
CHOICE
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And PROVISIONS.
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NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DA.
Opera House •- MoKee Rankin
Fall Assizes W. J. Armstrong
Eleotion Writ A. C Prevost
For Sale... ■ Major & Pearson
Ltnru.-ta this oity, on November 6th
Stella Louise, eldest daughter of A.O
Lund, aged 6 years and 5 months,
Funeral will take place from thereat
denoe of A. 0. Lund, Douglas street, at 2
p. m. Wednesday, to the Maaonlo cemetery, Sapperton. ^^
Oyster cocktails at Club saloon. *
Another lot of Ladiea Rubbers just
open- d up by Grant & Maclure.
J. W. Winger has a large job lot of
brick - for sale at Millard's wharf.
Lota at Sapperton and all parts of
the city, nnd at Browmville, at W. J.
Walker & Co'a.
Majov & Pearson are prepared to
loan money on farming lands at tho
lowest current rates. to*
By aome accident Mr. 0. G. Major's
beautiful Jersey cow lost both its horns
yeaterday afternoon.
Thursday has been proclaimed a
general holiday for tbe proper observance of thanksgiving day.
The holders of UcroBse and football
medals are requested to hand them in
to M.. F. Crake to be engraved.
Mr. Laity of Maple Ridge after a
long sh't-e ot typhoid fever left St.
Mary's Hospital to-day to return to his
home.
Bargain hunter- will do well to look
through W. &. G. Wolfendon's atock
of Di. floods, Hats and Clothing, now
clearing at coat. *tc
Tho Irving left this morning with
10,000 lo-t of lumber, 20 tons of genernl merchandise and about 4,000 fruit
trees, lo bo di.lributed at tlio way
porta,
To Farmera.'—McBBra. Woods-Turner
& (-."'iiblt1 mako a specialty of lending
inuiic,* mi farmitii* lnnds; any amount
fr-.n'8100 to $20,000, according to
seourity. oel7iu
Surrey municipal council will present Lord Stanley with an address on
his arrival at Westminster to-morrow
afternoon, Surrey is always to tho
front In importtint matters.
Sn|jj)i ri "ii ia badly iu need of a
public hall whoro meeting-, concerts
nnd ■'i-tiit-.tnm-iit- may bo held. This
is a chance for some enterprising capitalist tn make a good itiveatmont.
Thanksgiving turkey is coming into
town iu lini-des from the farming dis*
trims, aid, with a beautiful understanding of tho complete fitness of
thing™, the Siwu™hes aro bringing in
gr.-at s'oro of cranberries.
A writ was issued and served to-day
ut ihe instance of Mr. E. M. N,
Wis'iib. claiming §10,000 damages- for
libel, ng'Unst Truth It appears that
tiii* mit arises out cf a publication
which appeared iu Sunday morning's
issue of Truth.
Wuh Sun, n Chineae convict who
win -entonoed to two years in the
penitentiary, under tho Speedy Trials
Act, at Nnnaimo, has been taken down
to Victoria undor the habeas corpus
and will lmve n furthor hearing before
the supreme court.
The Sippertou public school, established one year ago, is already overcrowd .d with scholar, and will have
to b> enlarged in tho near future.
Every seat in the building ts occupied
at preient and new scholars are continually applying for admittance,
Tho brunette Sawmills Co. shipped
4000 * nl non boxes to Wadhatn's oan*
nery yesterday, their laat shipment for
the ae tsofi. Sim-, the packing i-i-asou
open. (I ilui llrutietio sawmills have
niaiiuf.ict-ircd 112,000 (minion hoses,
more than dnti-iiu the number ever
mado by this company in any previous
year.
Thi-i»Ouy Fawki-a'day, the glorious 5th if November on which
thu'youth of England are wont to per-
Aims heir native air with fumes of
-'villainous saltpetre" and otherwise
miiheiau- themselves. The authorities li«>'b dealt so stringently with
oases of tills description that thu custom ir well nigh a thing of tlio past—
and d-'sorvedly uo,
That Chinese garden at Sapperton,
so often complaiuei] about, U aaid to
bu just nt grunt a nuisauco as ever,
notwit.h_Uu.itig the efforts of the
heiiltl, c imnitiue und police authorities to put it down, Since tho hot
Wt-nthor has passed away the disagreeable odors have been ies* annoying,
bnt still thosmells aro there and remain a continual discomfort to neighboring families, A not hur petition to
the council regarding this nuisance will
bo presented to the counoil.
A Irt-WfjAwills Hlm.
The agent of tho American Seaman's
Society publishes ths following: "A
legacy awaits Mr. Robert Slater—Information solicited—Any peraon know*
ing the whereabouts of Mr. Robert Slater and wbo will send wnrd t> Ohaplnin
R. Stubbi, Tacoma. Wa., will thereby
put Mr. Slater in the way of getting a
bequest left him by his dooonsed fathor,
Mr. Robert Slater, of Glasgow Scotland. Chaplain Stubbi will secure nnd
furnish II. Slater ticket t. Glasgow.
Robert Slater wai in Portland, Ore.,
four yenrs ago, has beon a seafaring
man; standi about 5 feet 4 inches; is of
dark complexion; very dark and long
eyelashes, weighs about 130 pounds and
li about 40 yean of igo.
Children Cryfor Pitoher'i Castoria
Thu following officer, of Excelsior
lodgtiSo. 8, havo been instilled in
then' respective chairs by Bro, Thos.
Havelock, L. Deputy; P.C.T., Sister
L. Thornber; O.T., Bro, C. T. Williams; V.T., Bro. James Hendry; R.S,
Bro. W, C. Loye; Asst. S-, Sis. Annie
Latham; F.S., Bro. F. H. Meyer;
Trea-., Sis. W. Baker; S.J.T., Sis. E,
Latham; Man., Bro, J.J. Johnston;
D.M.,6.1. Minnie Bray; Chap., Bro,
D. Caineront 1.0. Sis. Mary Elliott)
Sent,, Bro, ™7. Preston; Organist,   J,
Gill.
.._■, ...       *,
Tlie Devouring Element.
This morning, at 2 o'clock, tho family
of Dr. Montgomcriu, on tho Scutt toad,
about four miles from this city, were
roused from thoir slumbers to discover
that their homo was ou liro. In fifteen
minutes frnm thu time of making thi
•iiscav.ry both the dwelling and tho
bant adjacent were in ashes. A piano
nnd soma clothes wore the only effects
saved, everything else being a total
loss. The- house was partially insured,
and the actual loss was about 32,000.
Tho fire is supposed to havo originated
from a spark on the roof.
Frederic Villiers.
"Many of the sketches wero made
under the hoat and smoke of cuuflict,
and in their artistic dash gave ample
evidence of tho difficulties and dangers
under which a war correspondent has
to pursue his enterprising career. Mr,
Villiers readily assumed an easy tone
of narrative and explanation which at
once placed him on a familiar footing
with hia appreciative audience; and
thus for a couple of hours kopt tho unbroken and unwearied attention of hia
hearers, who rewarded hia picturesque
description of a war correspondent's
experiences with rounds of hearty np
plauae."—Btrminjffiani Daily Post.
.*-_*.'
Mrs. Onle'fl t'nsc.
Mrs. Oi'de, who was brought down
from Cariboo a couple of weeks ago,
having been committed ns insano by
•two justices of the pence ut Richfield,
and who was pronounced sane, as far as
could be ascertained by two prominent
practitioners of this city, is still in
town and uuablo to return homo for
want of funds. The city couucil wns
applied to last night to assist in defraying her expenses home tu Cariboo, but
the case is uot one iu which tho city is
called upon to act, The city clerk,
however, was instructed to lay tho case
before the provincial government, aud
ask that body to rectify the serious
mistake made by the Cariboo magistrates. It is generally hoped the government will deal promptly and liberally with the unfortunate woman.
McKee Banhln,
The well known romantic actor, McKee Rankin will pro-ent his latest
eastern success, "Tho Runaway Wife,"
next Saturday uight nt the opera,
house. The play aflords Mr. Rankin
an opportunity to display his remark
able dramatic powers, und in hia role
of Arthur Eastman his work is equal
to anything hu has over done either iu
■The Two Orphans," "The Damtcs,"
•■19, or the Golden Giant." "Thn
Runaway Wife" dealing though it do-s
with the familiar dnmestio life of people liko ourselves, contains scene, of
thrilling interest and tbo situations ure
all im fat dramatically handled. Mr,
Rankin will be ntipported by Miss
Mabel Bert, formerly leading lndy of
the California Theatre, and an t-x-
ceptiotially Btrung company, nnd nn
euing of pleasing dramatic entertain-
moirts awaits all who attend.
The Governor*Gcneral'i* Reception
Thero was an informal meeting at
the city hall this afternoon at 3 o'olock
to improve upon the programme arranged for tho governor-general's reception. The vice-regal party will arrive hy special train from Vancouver
nt 5 p. in. nnd will bo offiicinliy received at Messrs. Mathers nnd Milli*
gan'a new wharf. Only officials will be
presented at thia reception. Liberati's
Band will play at this and also nt the
public reception which will take place
nt 10 o'clock in tho Opera House.
The Liberati concert will begin at 7*30
o'clock bo as to permit the band to be
preaent. On Thursday morning the
vice-regal party will take steamer ut
Sapperton, visit the Royal City Plan-
Itig Mills, the Hatchery and other
points of interest on the river. Aftor
lunch they will visit the penitentiary
and iu tho afternoon Lady Stanley will
plant tho first treo on Queen's park,
and later may drivo around town.
Everybody should turn out to tho public reception and give the vice-regal
party a right royal welcome.
The Great (elrbrntlon.
Following is the Treasurers' roport
of the receipts and expenditures in connection with the citizens celebration
hold during tho first week of October.
Tho roport ia moat satisfactory aud reflects tho highest credit on tho various
committees under whoso management
tho amounts were expended.
It might be hero noted that few of tho
committees exceoded their appropriations, whilo the majority expended
considerably under the allotted a*
mount):
nECRIPT™.
As already published *U,r.|G 86
Revenue from ' trawl Hi nnd     irt. 01)
do     do   Ball tickets    1.0 £0
94,860 85
EXPENDITURES.
Ball espouses - •	
M utile    do	
Kirlwork:- do	
Boating   do    	
Printing, advertising.	
Homo racing	
l'ro.i'HHlon	
Sports ,	
Decoration ,	
Firemen ,„., ,«,.,.
Ornnd Stand	
■Ttidgeit  do  	
Billeting...
Killn match	
Secretary's salary	
Presentation to Treiumrer	
Telegram**	
Balance at credit In Knnkot Montreal ,	
39(167
2fl:i«0
S0911
did ou
2fl8 01
401 m
5-7 00
-M00
421100
62 in
IM $i
76 00
200 00
7H7o
12 07
Supreme Court.
Before tho Hon. Mr.Jnstloo McCreight.
Tletjon vi, Harding—On motion of
Mr. Eckstein, counsel for the plaintiff,
the court docreed a perpetual Injunction, with costs, againat the defendant,
restraining him from selling cigars under tho name of the "Little Mainland." Mr. Jenni appeared for thu
defendant.
    ..    	
Thomaa Ede, barrister, of Calgary,
hss entered an action against Commissioner Hersohmer, of the mounted
police, claiming 82,000 for aggravated
assault. On tho viait of Lord Stanley
to Calgary, Herachmer seized Mr,
Ede, shaking him and pushing him
uide, hence the suit,
tsulullsa ef Condolence.
A meeting of the magistrate- of thia
city was held thia morn jug in the courthouse, his honor, Judge BoK-, in tho
chair. There were present, Sheriff
Armstrong, B, Douglas, Jaa. Cunningham, Capt. Pittendrigh, P. MoTiernan, H. V. Edmonds, James Wise, T.
0, Atkinson, and H. DeBeck. The
meeting was ecuveued for the purpose
of passing resolutions of condolence
on the death of ex-Mayor Dickinson.
The following is a copy of tho min*
utea: At a meeting of magistrates of
the city of New Westminster, held at
the Court House on tho Sth day of November, A. D., 1889, Judge Bole, S.
M,, in the chair.
Moved by Sheriff Armstrong, nud
seconded by H. V. Edmonds, and resolved, That tho magistrat-B of the
city of Now Westminster le.m with
the deepest regret of the death of their
late colleague, Robert Dickinson, Esq.,
ox-mayor and justice of tho peace, and
who for nearly quarter of n century
has boon with ua iu the commission of
tho peace; therefore, be it further
Resolved, That thia meeting of th.*
magistrates of New West mini-ter does
tendor to thu widow nnd children ef
our deceased colleague, our warmest
sympathies iu this their great affile
tion, and sincerely hopo tnat the Almighty Ruler may comfottand support
them in this their hour of need.
Resolved, That a copy of these minutes bo forwarded to Mrs. Dickinson,
The resolution will he handsomely
hand-printed in Old English text by
Mr. George Turner, and will then be
presented   to   Mrs.   Dickinson nnd
family.
      » » >	
An Evening Kunaway.
This afternoon about 1 o'clock a
team belonging to Mr. John Andre-
zjeweski, driven hy John Chapelle, bs*
coming frightened at something, ran
away and went tearing along Front st,
t) Begbie at. at a furious gait, Mr.
Chapelle was shaken off and tho horses,
free from all control, continued their
mad flight up Begbie st. to Columbia
street and thenco in the direction of
Sapperton. Tho noise mado by tho
flying stecda and the heavy wagon
loaded with bser-cnske, waa such aa to
call out one of tho largest crowds soen
on Columbia .rreot iu a long timo.
After passing Mary Btroet, and Btill
going at n terrific pace, n young man
ou horseback tried to head off the
team, but unsuccessfully, Mr. M.
Mowat, who was passing at thn time,
made a daeli for the end of tho wagon,
and with tho agility of a cat .wanned
up over the barrels and by thu exercise of considerable strength, and
speaking gently to tho animals, managed to calm their excite:! brains and
bring them down to the statute pace,
lawful within the city limits. The
young man wm attended by Dr. Walker, but ia not much injured, although
his escape was dangerously narrow.
Tho daring and promptitude of Mr.
Mowat ennnot bo too highly commended, for had thu tenn been allowed to
go on their wny, the most laiuoutabl-
results might havo ensued. It require,
more thnt) ordinary bravery to voluntarily get up behind a pair of maddened
hones, duahmg no one knows where or
tu what terrible euding, By ono of
those providential interpositions little
Short of miracles, no ono was hurt
seriously, nur was auy damage done.
Tho next foot-ball practice will be
held ou Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock
sharp, and every member is expected
to be on hand as it is likely to ho ihe
last practico before the match with
Vancouver nt Hasting,, on Saturday.
The Vancouver team is b.-ing carefully
trained for thu event, und it is said their
mon will tako the field in better condition for a mutch than ever before.
They have beon plnyiog practice
matches for soveral Saturday's which
has enabled tho captain to feel the
strangth of his men and improve the
weak spots wherever visible, It seems
clear that Westminster bus a bird combination to defeat, and hore it is:
H. H. McKay, full-back: Burrell, R.
P. Woodward, F. Cordingly, C. H.
Woodward, J. O. Benwell, half-backs;
F. Malcolm (Captain), R. M. Fripp,
Dawsou, O. McL. Brown, Pugh,
RounEefcll (sen.), R. Harvey, Tom
Boultbea, Campbell, forwards; reserves
—Coleman, Evans, Alexander, F.
Rounsefell, Palmer, Edwards,
Following teams have beeu selected
to play in the Thanksgiving Day practice: Captain's team: Bell, full-back;
Lewis, three-quarter backs; Woods,
three -quarter back; Irwin, one-half
back; Lintor, (Captain), forward; Miller, forward; Pickles, forward; Clute,
forward; Shetky, forward; Port, for*
ward; Aikman, forward; Wilson, for*
ward; Whiteside, forward; Sloan, forward. Vice-Oaptaina: H. J. Peele,
full back; R. Clarke, th roe-quarter
back;J. C. Whyto, thrco-quarterbaek;
McMartin, half buck; (Captain),
Worafold, half buck; Corbott, forward; Hamber, fo.wardjP. Peele, forward; Allen, forward; Morrison, forward; Pittordrigh, forward; Boville,
forward; Homer, forward; Draper, forward; Keay, forward.
Indians uoil (lilucie.
Ah Toy ia a Chinaman whom nature
seems to havo had aspitongninstut his
birth. Ho is humpbacked, and knock-
kneed, his faco is honeycombed with
smallpox pits, thick-lipped, squints
horribly, and he is so lame that ho is
popularly known a. "Limpsy." The
gnd Pan would have acemod an Apollo
Buividcro beside "Liinpsy." This engaging specimen of Celestial humanity
waa let loose in society last Wednesday
from tho jail, where ho had been serving a term of six months for some villainy or olher. Tho chief of polico
aays he haa spent nearly all his days in
jail. Ah Toy's cue, or queue, disappeared many yeara ago, and hasn't hnd
a chance to sprout again. The specific
off-use whioh called Ah Toy into the
august presence of magisterial justice
this morning, was the Belling of whiskey to a Musquim Indian named Dan.
Dan wna remanded from Monday to
Wednesday to give him time to scrape
up the $25 fine which had been imposed upou him for having and using
tho liquor. Ah Toy was brought out
to listen to Dan's evidence, and when
shown tho bottlo of whiakoy repudiated
it by saying, "mo no sabey him." Dan
admitted frankly tho fact of having
thu whiskey and partaking of it. "Did
"t. mako you drunk.' queried his hon*
tr. "Well," aaid Dan, drnwlingly,
'not awful drunk." "Jost what you'd
notico, oh?" "Yaaa, that was it." Ah
Toy whon aiked what hu had to say as
to Dan's evidence, said, "Tho Siwash*
cs all too mucheo lie, he no sabey them
at all," His honor sent Toy up fur aix
months at the jail. Toy lamented
thereat, saying there was "too mucheo
washee; no good."
Two faithful klooohus handod in $20
to pay Dan's fine, and Mr. MoTiernan
went security for the other five, Dan
wu received Into the bosom of his
crowd of friends with hurricanes of
Ohinook    welcomes   and   unlimited
smiles. ^	
Another Triumph fur Liberati.
Tho finest musical organisation that
has ever visited Victoria, Liberati'b
great band, filled the theatre from pit
to dome last evening, Even thoae who
had attended the first night's concert
were surprised at tho excellence of tho
programme. Every number was delightful, particularly an the grand union
selection, three national airs played at
the same time by different parts of the
band, iu perfect harmony, and producing au effect ub delightful as it was
unusual. Among the vocal numbers
"The Miserere," from 11 Trovatore,
given by the quartette by Bpeoial re-
queat, wna received with enthusiastic
appreciation by the houae. In his
soloa Liberati proved himsolf fully as
great a musician as a couductor, and
tho whole programme was such as to
charm all attending. The citizens of
Victoria hopo soon again to have the
pleasure of listening tothe great Liberati baud.—Colonist.
Clilncse Ituuilgrallon.
Since the delivery of Hon.- Mr.
De wdney'a speech at Victoria, in which
ho expressed himself in favor of Chinese immigration to a greater extent
than ib now possible under the Restriction Act, the British Oolumbia
papers have been discussing the ques*
tion with as mueh keenness as they
manifested four or five years ago. It
has been stated freely that representations have been made by the Imperial
authorities to tho government here to
modify the Canadian Act in view of
the possibility of its creating complications which might lead to the injury
of British trade with China. The
minister of the interior, it is alleged,
was requested to throw out a feeler to
the people of British Columbia to see
how they would accept any amendments to the act in the way of liberalizing its provisions, I have Mr. Dewd-
ney'a authority to atate tbat these reports are absolutely without founda*
tion. Tho miuiatar told his Victoria
auditors that he was simply giving expression to his own sentiments, without inspiration from any one. He
Bpoko knowing the requirements of
British Columbia, and that the provinco was actually Buffering from the
want of cheap labor. That thia is the
case tho salmon packers are ready to
testify. Tho amounts piid to aomo of
their employes thia year are almoat incredible, and it is snid that ono Indian
alone in less than three weeks' time
earned over a thousand dollars. A
change iu publio opinion on the Chinese question would appear to be manifesting itself in British Colombia, aa
while Mr. Dewdney was in Victoria a
deputation of influential members of
trade waited upon bim, nnd urged a
reduction on thu per cupita tax. Parliament imposed tho present restrictions at tlm request of tho poopio of
British Columbia, and if British Columbians d.-siie modification a in this
respect they have it in their own hands
to procuru them.—JSniptrfl.
DreHs ',oi™ln ut < out at Wolfcnd. n'w.
Overcoats, Clothing and Gentlemen's
Furnishings, suitable for preaent antl
winter use, clearing ut cost pricea, nt
W. & G. Wolfenden'a. *fc
--rtr_Tolngl.nl Report for Week Kndlng
NOV.   »,   IKS!).
MAX. HIM. KAIK.
Hunduy 55.0 .11.0 0.8-
Mouday C1.0 43.0
Tuesday tf.0 .OO 0.27
Wpdncsilnv  fiUt 4*..0 0.118
Thursday 64.0 47 ll
Friday m.o    47.0   o,oo
Satm-day 54.0    41.0    0.11
Wind, rain, humid, fog, oloar, calm.
A. Feels, Capt'n,
When Baby wu slok, we gave ber Cutoria,
VHi-n she wm a Child, she cried for Caatori™,
When she became Hiss, sbe clung to Caaturla,
Whtn sh* bad Children, she gavo Uiem Cutotit
NOTICE.
mHURSDAY, THE SEVENTH DAY
JL of November next, having been set
apart and appointed by His Excellency
the Qovernor-QMiernl In Council as x. day
of general thanksgiving throughout the
Dominion, the pubtlcofflceswill beclosetl
on iliat day,
Ily Command,
JNO. ROBSON,
Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretnry-a Office,
8011) October, 1650. dnol-lw
FALL ASSIZES
Sheriff's Notice.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
I'M all CorouerB, Keopora of Gnola and
HouSes of Correction In my Dalllwlok who
may have business thereat, aro roqueatod
to attend the sittings of the Court of as-
Hlzotobo holden at tlio Court Houso In
the City of Now Westminster, on
Wednesday tiic i:uii Dny or
November next,
At 1130 o'olock a. m.; that thn roll of
Ornnd nnd Petit Jurors who huvo been
summoned for tho Aaalzo will bn en lied
over at 11.30 o'clock n. m, on thu dnte
abovo given} and all persona will boex*
Scclosl to answer to their name.. Petit
urora falling to answer will ho liable to
lose their day's pay and . ubjocl them-
h'Ivoh tun (Ino.
W. J. ABUBTRONQ,
Sheriff.
Now Westminster, Nov. 5th, 1889.
dwnoStd	
Herring's Opera House!
Saturday, Nor. Oth, 1880.
SPECIAL ENGAGEMENT OF THE EMINENT ACTOR
Mr. McKee Rankin
8UPP0BTED BY
Mrs. Mabel Bert,
AND A POWER-CI. COMPANY IOF
PLAYERS IN
TheRnnawayWife
A Beautiful Domestic Story.
A Poem ol Every-day Life-
POPULAR FRIOB™, •1.00,76 -Sits assd
tOdts.lOlsllslress.UssllprloBlReserveslsoot.
ssow oss sale at Herri ssi's drag storo,
A lady or gentleman Pianist wanted fof
tills occasion. 0no5t
FOR SALE.
i BEAUTIFUL RESIDENCE BITE-*
A 3 LotB and a good Hon-- ou Albert
Crescent, commanding one of the linest
views In the city. For particulars enquire
of
dnoStc MAJOR A PEARSON.
[L.H.]      HUGH NELSON.
VIOTORIA, by tbo Grace of God, of the
United Kingdom of Great Britain and
Ireland, Q,t_een, Defender of the Faith,
dec, Ae., Ac,
To the Returning Officer of the Electoral
District of New Westminster Cily:
WHEREAS A VACANCY HAS HAP*
penod in the Legl-datlve Assembly
by the resignation of William Norman
Role, Esquire, Member for tbe Eiectornl
District of New Westminster City, we command you thnt notice of the lima nnd
place of election beiug duly given, you do
cause eleotion to be mndo nccordlng to
law, of ono Member to servo in the Legislative Assembly of the Province of British
Columbia, for the Electo'itl District of
Now Westminster City, nml that you do
cause the nomination of tmudldnte™ at
suoh election to be held on the day
of , nnd do cause the name of suoh
Member when so elected, whether he bo
present, or absent, to bo certified to Our
Supreme Court, nt tiie City of Viotoria, on
or beforo the Second duy of  Do. ember
next, tho election so made, distinctly and
openly, undor Our Seal  duly endorsed
Upon this Our Writ.
Is Testimony Whereof, Wo have onus-
ed these Our Letters to bo mado Patent, under the Great. Seal of Our said
province of British Columbia; Witness, tho Honourable Huon Nel-
™ON, nt Our Govormnont Houso, nt
Victoria, tho Twenty-ninth day of
October, ln the yoar of Our Lord ono
thousand eight hundred nnd eighty-
nine.
By Command,
JAMES C. PREVOST,
Registrar of the Supreme Court,
dnoGw2
yn^ciavtt-miai,,
1BO.OOO
JOB BRICK!
For Sale Cheap.
Good for Clilmney. and .lob Work of nny
kind.
J.W.WINGER
MILLARD'S WHARF.
Draying nnd teaming done on short notice, (InoMo
™STOTXO™_™
existing betweon the under-lgiietl.
ilohii. a geneml roni estate and financial
bus! n.na nt Now Westminster under tlio
firm name of Iltclmrd--, Hny wood it Mack*
lntosli, has thin day heen dissolved by
mutual consent. Wm. O. Wa-ywood retiring f mm tlie businoss, all Un.bllltle.sof tho
late lirm being assumed by F. G. Hich-
arils, Jr., and B. T, Mackintosh.
F.G. RICHARDS, .Tu.,
WM, O. HAY-WOOD,
S, T. MACKINTOSH,
Wltness-I. R* l*oi.i,i*v.
Now Westminster, R. C*., 3ist Oct., 188D.
The business of Richards, Haywood A
Mackintosh will be continued under iho
firm name nf Richards A Mackintosh,
Real Estate and I'lnnn. lal Agents.
Thanking the public for their past libera] Hiip-iort, we nope by careful attention
to the intoresta of our clients to retain
their confidence and patronage.
RICHARDS A MACKINTOSH,
Real Estate A Financial Agents,
dnol-lw
ff.J.U.™.
BANK BUILDINGS,
Mary Street, New Weitmimter, 8.C.
ITU.IFB01H No.«.]
14 CLARE ROAD. HALIFAX, EKQLAH-.
CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDITORS
CONVEYANCERS, REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AGENTS,
STOCK AND SHARE BROKERS.
London .nd Lsneashlr. Fir. s»nd
Brltl.h -*_plr« Life ta.nr.ne.
Companies.
N.w W.-tmln.ter Building soelet*-.
ACj*onnt.nl"i Odleo, Dloo... of N.W.
City Auditor., lasts, iss, and 18NS.
ADVIfJE 0IJENT8 IN   THE BUYING
AND SELLING OP REAL PROPERTY IN THE CITY AND DISTRIOT,
aod other oiossetary transtsotloas.
Have aoverssl good Investments on tlielr
books, and sll new comer, will do well lo
call ttetore doing business elsewhere.
dwSdeiy
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Hi.
£ o*>
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111    W
We are now opening a repeat line of
Carpets and Linoleums, also, large invoices of White and Colored Blankets.
Our stock of House Furnishings is the
most complete on the market notwithstanding the immense sales of the past
month.
Specials this Weeks-
Cloths, all colors.
Linen Crumb
ampbell _ Freeman
THE LEADING DUY COODS HOUSE.
MASONIC BLOCK,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
OGLE, CAMPBELL _ CO.
Arc now Showing their Complete Line of
Gents' Furnishings!
THE LATEST THINGS IN NEGLIGEE FLANNEL
SHIRTS, PIQUE POINT SHIRTS, SMOKING JACKETS and DRESSING GOWNS, WHITE DRESS VESTS
and the most complete and best assorted stock of TIES in Windsors, Derbys, Puffs, Knots, Bows, &c
UNDERWEAR has received our attention and In consequence our stock is right as to price, quality and make.
GLOVES of all kinds, We are agents for a leading eastern
make.
We arc showing the "correct" thing in Head-gear; a glance
at our stock will prove this.
"Quartermain" is the latest in Linen Collars.
OGLE, CAMPBELL & CO.
The Largest Clothing & Cents' Furnishers ln New Westminster.
BTNEXT DOOR BANK OF MONTREAL.-™*
R. J. ARMSTRONG,
_™™._BIB  XXT
Choice Family Groceries!
FINEST CREAMERY BUTTER A SPECIALTY.
Labrador XXexxlxigs,
_v£ac__erel. Salt Cod,
_™_r___o-a._'e TJrio. -SCarcis,
_-_r_™io-ar's T_r__o. Bacon.
"Flo-ur. Bran. Slioxte,
H-HIGHEST PRICKS PAID FOR FARM PRODUCE.
os*™/. 8oouHa. Armstrong Block, Oolumblt ft.
JAMES ELLARD ™ CO.
HAVE JU8T RECEIVED
IN ALL THE LATEST STYLES AND SHADES,
 ALSO	
New Art and Chenille Curtains,
And POSTIBEBS.
A SPLENDID LINE OF
iacM ill MleaeM Tal Lilians
NAPKINS, SIDE BOARD COVERS, Ao.
The largest assortment of All-Wool Kidderminster, Tapestry
and Brussels Carpets, Door Mats, Hearth Rugs, and
Smyrna Rugs to be found in the Province.
PRICES RIGHT.
LONDON HOUSE,
COLUMBIA STREET, NEW WESTMINSTER.
tlwo.l3to
-f"«. C™^_£-^jc\-™E_Z_E-™i.
Practical Watchmaker, Manufacturing
Jeweler & Optician.
OPPOSITE THE BANK OF MONTREAL,
WATGH-S, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, PLATED WARE, i ..
BEST QUALITY.   EASTERN PRICES.
A full line of Npoctttcles & Eye-Glasses in steel, rubbor, silver ar. ,..H
frames.   The finest Pebbles made, $4 per pair; all sights suited.
Special att-ntion given to PINK WATCH REPAIRS. Having bar ... :!..
businesa thoroughly from somo of tbe finest Horologers In England, and -un ■ -<
managed tho watch-repairing departments of a fow of tht-tastfinn. on tli . --t
neutof Americu, is a sufficient guarantee) of gaud workmanship. Furm-rl*- ii i.
gor for nearly 8 years of the wolbknovra firm of Savage k Lyman, Mi. it. ™
ChnreM Moderate,
Montrkal, Deo,, 1887.—Mr. l'\ Crako.—Andw, Robertson, Esq , Chairiiifi™ ot
Montreal Harbor ConinmaionerB, saya: "I uover found a Watchmaker who •! i *-.
well for me as you did when in Montreal, and I aw sorry you are not horo lu*dxy."
dWlipl_lO (r;Jl ■..
D. S. CURTIS I CO.
AQENTS   B. LA-RANOE'S   SPEOTA0LE8.
Wholesale and Retail Druggists
NEXT COLONIAL HOTEL. NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
IT
W, £ G. Wolfenden,
Cor. Columbia and Mary Sts., NewWestminster.
The above named firm having fully decided to retire from the
Dry Goods Business and confine their attention to the Grocery
Business for the future, now offer the whole of their
Choice, New, Well Selected and Well Bought Stock of Ory
Goods and Clothing at
Cost Prices for Cash.
A raro chance is now offered to intending purchasers, as tho stock oonnlsti of
goods Just suited for tho present and coming season. All fresh and in prime order
and purchased in tho bost foroign markets at rook    ttom prices.
Sale to commence on Monday, the 10th instant, and to continuo until the whol*
of the stock has been closed out. REMEMBER THE PI-ACE: Corner of Col*
umbla and Mary Btreets.
-     W. & Q. WOLFENDEN.
GROCERIES
For First-class Family Groceries and Provisions, go to
SINCLAIR'S,    ■    Oolumbla Street.
New Goods arriving all the time. A nice lot of CHRISTIE S
CRACKERS & BISCUITS just to. hand. New SYRUPS, MOLASSES, etc., etc.   Call and get prices, dwtc
BON MAROHE.
SiPECIAL BARGAINS in New Dress
I Goods, Jackets, Paletots, Dolmanettes,
and Ulsters.
A Large Assortment of MEN'S SUITS
from $7.00. .
WALKER e. SHADWELL,
dw-10 to db-OKSU 8IRBBI.

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