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DAY   EVENING,   FEBRUARY 23, 1887.
JTUMBElt 48
mmmwSmmmmmiti^tmM*
MMOND
E RY
ilTrces,
Small Fruits,
C'.on  linnd   In great.
*   -and furnfMlicil In
HENRY,
Hnmniond, B. O.
RimWI
Westminster.
EIVEDOURNEW
itoclc, •***« Invite in
?U*ction of
•riunn*    Fr«itch«
rVestminster.       For
(tic     style   we   defy
THOS.   WALSH.
I
^TAKE     A   NICE
ENT
ro   down   to 8TIR-
ne   of   those cxtrn-
men's   Gold antl
s»      Chains,
«„»     etc.
ornament for yonr
beautiful     8><lny
atliectral gongs.
OM  PRICES.
■B mm   «*■»«-«• In Ity, rand
it»r»t«*ecl.
place—the     "Blue
»I«. St.. NewWest.
31 AIM
i Com'y
N,    ENG.
818.000,000
ED     1821
8,-t  Rates
n.y other
lomp'y.
OIM.
I». C7o.)   AGENT.
•chandise!
tment o#
Z>ODS
RIES
V. exeeptSundayi,
M.lbC-S. mails.
» Is uaed we ean hy
carefal    economy
ilally low rat**.
EMENT
business.
■ OF MY BOOR
nlneiia In this city
ake thlH opportu-
i*T and thom* who
t>URlnesHWlth me,
»r-« J'otr their-very
tayal,   who   is   a
■will continue to
r* trtls own benefit,
■j-oirm tnond   htm to
pu><ltc generally.
>. 17th, tear,   dnsm
CHARLES MURRAY,
PL.MlKSDN  STREET,
opp. Keifldlrjr Oflee, Kew West'r.
Bonn, Sign ui OnuunUl histisf i
PAPER WAHCmC, QUZIMC, KAL80MININ0,40.
WALLPAPER.
Tlio largest assortment of Wall Paper
in tlie City*. comptislnK newest patterns,
always on iiiind at bottom prices.   Sam*
Sles  on   view at   T.   R. Pearson A Co.'s
tore, Columbia st,    mper husslsf. at
specially low rntes. dseiato
FURNITURE
W. PROTHERO & CO.
MANUFACTUKERS AND DEALEBS IN
AT.t. KINDS OF FtJRNITUnE.
REMOVED
srarTastiop lately occupied by Mr. Purcy,
Columbia street.
Call nnd examine our stoek and prices
hefore buying. We ean't be liNDEMSOLD
In the city. Repalrln&of all kinds neatly
done. W. PhOTHERO A CO.
P. PKKBI.EH.
J. W. HECKLEY
Peebles s Heckley
(NKAR MERCHANTS' SQUARE)
FURNITURE
MANUFACTURERS,
UPHOLSTERERS.
Spring and Wool Mattresses Md
Bedding always oa hand.
HAVE ON HAND THE
LtSCIEMT   ANO   HEST   BTSM'K  .F M«
MT. KC OSJ rilK MAINLANB.
      «dr*m   gwl.es.   la  Am,
a'SM-rry. M'.lnal, or Makaspaay.
Esllmates for Offloe ana Store Fining.
An experienced upholeterer baa been
engaged by the firm, who are now prepared to do all Kinds of work in tbe upholstery line. djlysto
INDUCEMENTS
 ton ib«	
HOLIDAYS
15 per Gent. Discount for the
next 15 days.
ALL SEW -JOBS,     HEW8SSI6NS
BUYING PROM THE MAHTJFAC-
turera for cash, I am ta a position
to sell at bottom prices. My Ooods are
marked in plain figures and the pricea
have not been put np to meet the discount taken off. Call and see pricea before purobasing elsewhere.
*-fr Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty.
Jewelry made to order.
F.CKAHE.
WATCHMAKER
Opposite the Bank. dw-del8te
3STO-  8
COOKING STOVE
Famished Complete. Ar IM.
We will  guarantee that this Store cant
be beat either in Quality or
Workmanship.
We have juat received a Car-load of
Which we offer at prices that are lower
than ever before offered in the
Province.
COME AND SEE I
W. H. HOLMN,
TT AVISO TAKEN 1*0*»KB8I0N OF
XI tbe "Temperanoe Hon..,1' fronting
on Colurablaand Clioroti Btreet., oppu.lt.
tbe Episcopal Church, and now known
aa ih«r^
FARMERS'H0MEI
Will acuommodate tlie traveling; publio
at tbe following rata*.:
Board uer day fl 00
"     " week  6 ou
Single Meala... , tf
Beda ;...:.„.. ...    tf
iMLQood accommodation for Ladle* and
familiea. myttc
C.
We also have a large Stook of
hll" ™ ?
•Which we offer low to close out the
Stook.
GREAT SLAUGHTER
IN HEATING STOVES.
E .8. Scoullar 4b Oo
NEW  WESTMINSTER, I. C
-... UASPta tajo-j-,. ..sta&LK.
LuMbom'sBfllMUit, Froil8f. "
(Formerly occupied by Kyle A Tllton),
IS   NOW READY
to servo his customers and everybody
with as good a stock as a man wants to
select from.
Wry GMtfls. Gracerit*. rrarttlen*,
Cracker?, dataware, Bmeft *«•
Gome and see the new plaoe, and let ns
know what yon thlek of It
dwocisic o. Mcdonough.
NATHANIEL DYSON.
INFORMATION
wii ert*al)out« -
'&*ol3S8itWMIm
i, Wisconsin)   who Is «»p-
or PiatttervllK*. „ .™„..„..., „„....._,
posed to bave spent laat .winter in Hew
Went minster, wlfl be thunuully reeelved,
by  I. B.  MslrfiSttiTJarilt, JUT* a"	
WHU.I..I.I. 	
E. HUTCHERSON,
NURSERYMAN 4 DEALER IN
Frail and Ornamenlal Trees,
Ladner'* Landing, B.O.
mHB SUBSCRIBER WISHES TO IN-
X torm the people of Britisli Colombia
that he baa established a Nursery at Ladner's Landing, and Is prepared to flit
all orders fur Fruit Trees, Ornamental
Tr*es, Shrubbery, Vines, Small Fruits,
Ac, Trees Imported or home grown according to the wishes of customers. The
subscriber hns had a thorough practical
training In tbe builnens, and having a
permanent stake In the country It Isbls
Interest to deal fairly with the publio. He
will wait upon the various towns and aet*
tlements shortly, and all orders will have
his personal attention.
aul2tc E. HUTCHERSON.
PAOETIO
Carriage Worts!
COLUMBIA STRKET,
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B.C.
NOW 03J HAND, A LOT OF
Melf-lts, Cullers,
Buggies,
Phaetons,
itemMnt, express
and Farm Wagons.
Also, a large slock of Issar, Carriage,
Wac.a, aa* Uriah aaKrlal.
All of whicli will basolll CHEAP FOR
CdSeWc REID ft CUR!*1E.
ftiOnC
fPHE LEASl,
.4
.NO. 10 TATLOBfl RAMI; IK
. order; 8UJ" '
dcheap.  Api
k Inch., I
ily at thu
Second-Hamj Organ.
FR.BALK cilKAI*. May be.atin^M
IheStSreOf (""*I*"J
dwj.21te     Boo»,,'st»Uon.or ♦ MmIc.
FOR
Onk-half nmcsasn-titi tu.i
lersaw and I-latilaf: a-llllf ■
food order.  For particular, apulyj;
pretdiasiie
ifeMe,.r,.pBA
Spaiibf VsMl;
for. m*i£^<tM#,
TIT ELI, BROWN TO D0UM4
al-.«*'*nM»"*^-,W
FORSALE.
IT
wo icrtf-■sr*,'-._
s milea below the aty.^n'iisktltWtm
oft-IS) APpiytay.J^^rr^Tn
ileum,      c' *%$&&;-*. mm
*mrt
tLttstt,aimWt&ttti!tSas
very gentle.
•-   -fSMJiaSTB&ttS;
w j nl
New West., Not. 1Mb, It*, th*
...  '...-..., i .. .   as ■m*g*aea»j
Brown Leghftrni.
.n t niseis
THKSo-3?*8iaff
Ino young     -
Wrjrlow3-
Und Be^i-j^fce^
uijvjgj c«a, ■■.*,.-. nm W
TJjriIEIIEAa THE cEitTtnoArt-o*
W Title of Edward. BcakM.,iT;t*-«
.bnrrmrntlonrd l.ad hn MWfTp »
dr.tcoy.l an* •npllcattoa
a duplicate thereof, nol
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Km*!* tppMlte ibe OtlMliI lolel,
NEW .WESTMINSTER.
THE LAB0K8T AND  CHOICEST
aasortmaut of all desorlptiau of
MEATS AND VEKTABIE8
Gona*antly on bud, and supplied lo lam.
Ulea, Bsataanats, and Steamboals at the
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRI018.
fur
within OM
BJl#*al6l
±kl
harehj gl»en that *
Tltl.win*ie'..o«IJi
or destroyed, nnlei.
the conlraiT-r-'*-
dale hereof.
Una_
ilasler.asa<|Ml,Htf m .
Ml***!».! ....» L^.„
BLOOD-CURDLING
MASSACRE
HI Mi
New
STOVE DEPOT.
A No. 8 Cook Stove!
AU Complete, witli all the Pipe
neccssarv and a
CHINA   COOK
Thrown In, Knight paid to auy part of
tbe Dominion free of .11 charge,
85 per cent. OFF FOK CASH
H. M. CUNNINGHAM * CO.,
74, ColiimWa8tt».t,
New Weatniinrt.r, B.C.
Anala tar ■«,**. rsleat UrlkjIlMM.
aaaToalarl. raas» Co. dr«Kc
KrmaaaMhafini
j__.  XVSSSitM.
emieitciiti -V.-'"1'
CHEMlSTABtmtHI-T,
tfdl«*afff#1*^^iff^
<op» MU-rui atm.1,    |
HEW WESnBHHU; » 0.
rknlelMI'*r*Nr«>*1|KMM'|U«<M>'
iiriciitwiasiMiiHjr.
■m irn-fina sii.MH e».ir nx
N   B.-0-Ojr Oeaala* ar>f*'kasli
OrntwatTTMn'eitatbta*.   MM
"l^TO'JPI'u.-aHai
Itiw
ill,:-,-
.-pp,,S,»!l7SeJru1i.r<^lra^*t*
British Columbia.
Commenrl-ig af
WOTIOE IN HEBEBV
JPP
-    ib
5,
ofaiake.wkle*> lab. IS
easterly from a polnton I
line i* Ixw-fhliong*! IM
bears about Ehi front ,
thenm «s follow.: iooih SB
chain., NorttiMoaaln, T
North .Orh.lM. Weat »cl
eh.lna, West* chain.,Ni
West wohaln., North «0 a
chains, South to the shore HnL _ _.
Ih.nc MulhMMterlr. fallewlraj tl
SKSWS!	
"*B0TAI, CITt PLANINOrtfjjili'iitf.
.,,,.iS.»m,
  -    - ..-i-K-"^ pfintt-isiy*
pmwwttw
ttt
—-roar.—
Cream & Fancy Cakes
A. DIEBEL'S
TSSQSrfWtMMy^C T- H. Waait.
ii i lijunii I THIS DAY.
.Artiste'Materials.. D. Lyal
jailB iritiah Columbian
While it was believed by a great
nwny thnt Sir John's government
would be sustained, comparatively
fjjf, looleid for so small a majority
as the result will show. We have
quoted the opinions of several inde
pendent eastern newspapers, suoh
mii» Wltk, and they evidently ex-
pectecl the poll to be very close.
. judging froin reports that have come
over tfie1 wires, there will probably
be some seats declared vacant on
the ground of bribery, arrests having already been made for that
cause, but the result of these pro-
ceedingf may not change the position now existing. The government of Sir John Macdonald will
scarcely be able to meet the
house with a good working majority, but if Sir John retains the
leadership we may ponibly see Wb
party remaining in power to the
end of the session. If, how-
tret, Sir.John retires and is succeeded by Sir Charles Tupper, we
are inclined to think the party will
noi for any length of time be able
io maintain iti position. It has
been said that after the fi
      B first session
_, the house Sir John and Sir
Charles will simjly exchange positions, Sir Charles taking the pre
uierahip and Sir John going as
Canadian commissioner to London.
This exohange would, swiouily endanger 'the existence of the party.
From the returns it appears that all
the ministers have been elected.
Among prominent liberals defeated
art Hon. Mr. Anglin and M. 0. Oam-
eron. Mr. Blake was eleoted for
two constituencies, and so was Sir
John. At present there is a majority of 8 against the government,
but whea all the elections have been
held that' will probably be turned
into a majority of 3 in its favor.
»;'    TleOsOook.
'"it ia conceded by all that the
opening and operation of the O.P.R.
•aihia city has been a considerable
benefit to trade, and the prospects
fori*otw-iftg Mason are excellent.
Before many, -neks the branch to
VaaeouTer will lie in operation, and
there will doubtless be a boom in
the city of the salt water terminus;
tat the elass of people that will be
draw- tMtrm-ls not aita-rule the
•MiM." moMj'denrabreforthe
bonding up ot a city. They are
ohieiy speculators, aid Vancouver
i|:'lm*c^con-rjpj(d of speculators
at the present time. The boom at
KaMMve? will not hurt lhe Royal
City, and oUr cituens need not ex-
pennu-e the least alarm when it
cornea. New .Westminster's geographical position and the large and
valuable resources which surround
har, eannot he disturbed. It is not
poai»Mi to remove the timber lands
of tna distriot; it is not possible
to transport the magnificent farming
lands lying on. both. sides of the
river, the natural market of which
thii oity will always be; it is not
pouible to' divert the salmon and
the •otlhenl from the Frater to Bur-
let. This is the centre of
the fiah canning business, and it is
here the fish, boxes will continue to
ba made, ahd here is where the fish
will chiefly be shipped. In the
eoming season we are to witness
th* beginning of another industry,
the frewiog of freak fish for export
in ioe tp the eastern markets. Messrs.
D. W. Bort * Oo,, who are going
into thii bofitMM extensively, have
pnt np about 600 tons of ice, and
wHI soon, have all the appliances
ready for business. Mr, Fort inti-
raataw that he intends also to secure
• lot ol oolachana and freeze them,
•othat a supply of these delicious
fiah may be obtained fresh all the
year round both hare and in the
OK, It ii hoped alio that the
woollen mill lately erected at thii
oity Trill be in operation during the
sasusar. These industries will open
Ua way for others. This city is
most favorably situated for manu-
faetoriea beoause iti facilities for
by rail or by land are un-
anywhere in th« province,
iti hipply. of fresh water is in-
nfrwtjjijlf , We .are now in need
of a fha-tH-lasa flouring mill ahd a
fint-dasi machine shop. Of the
p-nans -fho hava oome to this prov-
Tba settlements throughout the dis-
triot are growing, and aome of them
lumftfn Mrly eloabUd. The
devtioproent ot the settlements will
mm ttautiiy otlier city in the
t-rjftMgktf there U no reason why
[tT£S«ot take the lead among
O/TMrn C.tw> British Pacific.
 ^tfflJm ought to be
" i larportanoe of put-
fc'lSeflortsnow.
', relax they may
'•   is* time for
EGS TO ANNOUNCE THE AE.
rival of a large stock of.
DAVID LYAL,
[SacceMor l.f. ■■Pe.rs.a •*!'..]
Artists' Materials!
Consisting of
Colours, Water and Oil;
Paint Brushes, all sizes;
' Placquis, Porcelain * Paplermache
Pawls,
Academy * Canvas Board),
Smooth* twilled Canvas,
Palettes, Artlits' Knives, le.
David lyal alao beg. to announce that.
In order to make room (or a (mh arrival
of Qoods (rom England, considerable inductions will be made on milch or tb.
present stock (or sale, dw(eS3ml
Mainland Transfer Go'y
New Westmlnsler and Vancon-
Ter Stage.
f TNTIL "1JHTHER NOTIOE, A DAILY
U Stag, will Love Irom tho Colonial
Hotel ior Vancouver at 10 a. m„ so as to
oonneet with Steamer for Vletorla.
A. G GAMBLE, Sen.
New West., B. C, 10th Feb., 1887.  dlclOtc
Dominion Elections!
DATES OF MEETINflS.
7 HEltEBY GIVE NOTICE THAT I
1 will bold the following Political meetings, to whlcnlextendacordlBl Invitation
to any other Candidate! (nnd tbelr frienda)
who may be In the field:
port Moody, 17th Feb., 7:80 p.m„ Clark's
Maple Ridge, lath Feb., 2:30 O'clock,
Town Hall.
Fort Langley, 16th Feb., 2 o'clock, Town
Surrey. 21st Feb,, 2 o'clock, Town Hall
Elgln,21itFeb,7o'cloek pm.Town Hall
Langley Prairie, 22nd Feb, "    ■-'—■-
Bchool House
! o'clock,
Atdercrove,28rd Feb, 2 o'clock, Hall or
School House.
Upper Sumas, 24th Feb, 12 o'clock,
School House.     '
Lower Sumns, Mth Feb, 7 o'clock pin,
School House.
Chilliwhack, 25th Fob, 2 o'clock, Hendorson Hall,
Delta, 29th Feb, 2 o'cloek. Public Hall.
Richmond, 1st Mnreh, 2 o'cloek, Town
Hall.
New Westminster, Marcli 2nd, 7:30, Drill
Shed
Moodyville, Mareh 3rd, 12:30, Mechanics'
Institute
Vancouver, March 8rd, 7:80 p m, City
Hall.
dwfelfltd T. J. TRAPP.
PUBLIC WORKS
DEPARTMENT.
1EALED TENDERS ENDORSED
Tender for Tug Bont" addressed tothe
jminion Government Agent. Viotorin
B.C., will Le received nt this office until
12 noon of FRIDAY tbo 4th of March next
tor a
Tif Boat wllh Machinery Complete
delivered under steam ln accordance with
Drawings, Model and Specifications exhibited.
Tenders must ho made out on the forms
supplied nnd accompanied by and accepted band Cheque or Certificate of deposit
mado payable to the order of the Hon.
Minister of Public Works of Canada for
the sum of J75U.00, which will be forfeited
If the pnrty tendering decline toenter Into
contract when called upon to do ho, or If
he fnll to complete the work contracted
for.
The lowest of any tonder not necessarily
accepted.
Drawings, Models  and  Sped Heat Ions
con be seen atthiii offlce onnndufter Monday the 2lsc Instant. '
By Order,
E. M. BOVILL,
,.-..  -    , Private Seeretnry.
Dominion Government Agent's Office,
Victoria, B. C. 18th Fel)., 1W7.
dfeSItt
1818.
GRIP! *
CANADA'S COMIC JOURNAL
MEAT IMPROVEMENTS FOR 1887.
THE AIM OF " ORIP" Is to set forth, In
In an Impartial nnd Independent manner, the pawing events of Canadian political and HoelnT life. Its Curtoons nmk
more definitely nml more pic-iislngly than
whole columns of editorial. In this pungent, easily appreciable, and nrtlstle style
of presenting a subject, the whole situation Is revealed at a glance. The success
of Grip shows how well this fuel)* appreciated—its Cartoons on the passing political events of the country being even
more eagerly sought after than the chaste
and humorous letter-press of tbe iwMr,-
tbough tbe latter ls equal to that of any
similar publication on the continent.
She publisbersol C—- —'" 
slve litatfwvemenL
cover Is to bo dlscardet
will hereafter con —
printed on heavy ....
paper,—every number being so artistically
executed as to compare favorably with
the best papers on tho continent. The
advts. will be compressed nnd more systematically arranged; while similar lm
provementfl will be made ns to the letterpress. A new and handsome design will
adorn tbe title page; while th*/ Cartoons
will certainty not super from extensive
improvements In the artistic department,
nprovemenfs In the artistic department
The prlee of Grip will hereafter be Ha
Ten-, Which U loirer thnn ihet of nny
tinner of its kind in America,-most of
hem selling for. IG, Single numbers of
Or/pwllllw 10 cents.
Twice a year, at Midsummer and Christ*
mas, a beautiful special -number will be
Issued, the number or pages being Indented, ud pleasing features Introduced,.
particulars of which will be given In —
ceding Issues,
special numfc
miiicu, um iiuuiber Of pages
created, and pleasing features 1
'        ^lohwlUbeilvei	
 „     These numbers will be
presented to subscribers without extra
charge. f Q '
GRIPS PLATFORM l
Humor without Vulgarity: O    *_\A
Patriotism wftfam- t, Pnrtlznnsblp;
Truth without Temper.
•■Iy nl n Tear, Peetace Free.
Address the Grip Printing and Publish
in* company.Man.l 28 Fnnt Wieel, West,
Toronto: or leave your order with your
bookseller or other local agent.        fel*
1TOTIOB.
NOTIOE IB HEREBY GIVEN THAT
80 dar. an., itate we Intend making
application to tbo Ohief Commlssionerof
Land, and Works for permlulon to purchase Macros of Timber Lnnd, described
a. follow:
Commencing; at the South East comer
ofthe land applied for by us thi. data on
the peninsula hetwaen Loughborough
Inlet nnd Phillip's Arm, mainland of
British Oolnmblaj thane. Fax «
Hoal* m cb.ma. iiiS «T<-halna. i
ohalha, East ts chains, to point
mencement,
'"JESS^kXffims.
d-drtms    Jons •t-un>»T^Ma,.r.
Houses to Let.
I LSO A QUANTITY OF. HOUSEHOLD
1 PURNITURE for Sale, Applyto
dfeldtc ; A. BURNS.
vo-
AVINO BEEN APPOINTED SOLE
mm. Agents In this Province for a num*
oer of leading manufacturers ln Canndn,
we are prepared to furnish prices nnd full
Particulars of all kinds of machinery for
aw Mills, Shingle Mills, Factories, Foundries and Maohine Shops, Including Engines thd Boilers, stationary nnd port*
able, both new nnd second-hand; nlso:
Rubber Belting, Axes and Edge Tools
Leather    ". Hardware,
Lubricating Oils,     Harness,
Emery Wheels,       Builders' Supplies,
Brick Machines,      Show Cnses,
Hoisting Blocks,      Gns Machines,
Ships' Blocks,        : Iron Tools,
Brushes and Brooms,Paints and Oils,
Rodtlng Felt, Sheathing Paper,
Fairbanks' Scales,   Br's Goods, Ir'n PIp'g
FRASER ft~LEONARD,
Hainan's Black,   ' •     1'onlova Slreel,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
        dwjailto	
I.
In the East.
JU8T ARRIVED:
Specialties in Groceries!
THE FIRST INSTALMENT OF MR
McPhnden's purchases lu thc East
hus Just nrrived. This shipment has
been hurried through specially fur the
Christmas and holidny trado, nnd conslsti
of choice and well selected Goods, suit*
able for this season of the year.
Heavy Invoices and bills of lading are
just to hand direct from manufacturers
refiners and peckers of GoodB, now In
transit ncross the continent, nnd when
this lot arrives McPhaden will carry the
hest assortment of
Staple and Fancy
Groceries
tn  tbe  Province,   nnd  sell   nt   prices
never hefore touched In British Coiumbin,
Coal Oil.     Coal Oil.
A car load of the famous high test Snow
Drop Coal OII direct from Cleveland,
Ohio, expected dally.
SUGAR,
SUGAR,
A onr load direct from refinery of Su*
fare. Syrups nnd Molasses expected on
he Mth,
.lustnrrlved d(rect from Yokohama, ex
"City of Pekin," a line line of Jnpnn, English Breakfast, Young Hyson, Oolong and
Gunpowder Tens.
WCall and examine our Goods hefore
purchasing your Christmas supplies.
•     D. McPHADEN,
J   Importer, Wholesale k Retail Grocer,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     ddcltc
iim,
DKALEE & IMPORTERIH
DryGoods
CLOTHING
 AND—
GROCERIES
TOST RECEIVED IN PHY GOODS,
A NEW STOCK
In all shade, and material of DRESS
GOODS, Including Cashmeres, Merinos,
Silk., Satins, Blaok and Colored V'elv..
teens nud Plushes. COTTONS (bleached
and unbleached). LININGS, BUTTONS, HOLLANDS, tc. Grey, Whito,
Scarlet and Checked FLANNELS. LADIES GLOVES, in Cotton, Wool, Silk
aud Kid. Ladies Merino and Lamb
Wool Vast.. JERSEYS, all prices.
Hosiery, Muslins, Diaper Irish Linen,
Brilliants, ftc., ke.
Men's Clothing!
For Quality, Style, Pit and Price,
can't he touched,
JEN'S FURNISHIN8S
In .every Line, Cotton, Merino and
Wool Underwear, White Shirts, Caffs,
Collars, Gloves, Braces, Cardigan Jacket.,' fto. Also, Cotton, Merino, Cashmere, Lambs Wool and Knit SOCKS, in
great variety.
Alao, HATS and CAPS, Ladles' and
Gents' RUBBER GOODS and UM-
BRELLA3.
In Iiouse Furnishing Goods
Carpet., Rugs, Window Poles with
Ring, and Mounting., Window Holland
(Buff, Green and Striped), Damaik and
Cretonnes, Shetttngs, Towels, White
Counterpanes, Bleached and Unbleached
Table Linen., Napkins, Ticking), Blank-
eta and Arctic-down Quits, Table Cloths
aud Covers.
IN GROCERIES
Everything found In a flrat-olas. Establishment and none but th. Ust. Canned
Gooil., fr-rlls, Meats and Vetfrtables.
I a*»Vt ettst <*m» Oeeda. I ami tmy
ik«aaerke>»MNas. kai I <*Ter >•■ Ik.
kntaaa- Mikalawesl price Huireanke
^■0,'Ut\IM,l#*fklm,townkat
<k*Pfcs
DOUGLAS & DEIGHTON.
Manufacturers nnd Importers of
Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Whips, etc.
NEW WB&TMINSTEJ^B|r,p.
dw-jiysito
Depot Hotel
COLUMBIA BTREF'i',
Opposite C P R Depot.
A First-Class Hotel
CHARQESJrIODERATE.
P. 0. BIUADKaVI, •   Proprietor.
djnTto
D. S. CURTIS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail
DRUGGISTSI
New Westminster, B. 0.
rah iota
ELECTORS
—OF—
New Westminster District,
GENTLEMEN:--I have nlrendy fin*
noticed myself us n candidate for tho sent
mnde vacant bV the dentu.of our Into re-
prexentntlve, imd as no election linH tnken
plnco to All thnt -vacancy, I now oner myself nt this, the General Election,
An It Is my intention to visit nnd hold
Sub Ilo meetings ln every settlement of
ne district beforo election dar, I Will
merely In this address refor to tlio different subjects that are vltnl to our Interests
nsn district und province, whieh will bo
discussed nl length on Lhe public platform,
when I hope all aspirants for the honor
of representing you ln the Commons will
be present una tnke part ln thediscusslon,
of which due notice will be given.
The following nre some ofthe most im-
Iiortnut quest Ions that will hnve my serous consideration:
The Improvement ofthe Navigation or
Fraser Elver,—The Nnw Westminster
Board of Trade have, with the assistance
of our lute representative, been successful
In obtaining a smnll appropriation for
this purpose, which has been expended
the past fnll; and lt will bo the duty of
your representative tn secure sueh annual
grants as will suffice to complete this lm*
fiortnnt work, which will enable ships of
he heaviest draught to navigate the Fraser river at all stages of the tide, and all
seasons of the year.
HaMtlcm* Claim*.—With reference to
this matter there has been gross neglect
on the part of the Dominion Government,
und I am of the opinion that those settlers who located their land under Instructions from whnt Is known ns Mr.
Trutch'H pamphlet, should securo' the
title thereto free of chiirge-aml the fact
that settlers have been unable to secure
their titles has noted vory detrimentally
and (If elected) twill be unceasing in my
efforts to secure tho adjustment of every
claim In the district.
Rnilway Month.- Another very important matter ln connection with our dis*
trict Is railway connection with our neighbors south of thc line. Hcvernl charters
to connect this city nml district with the
American system of mi I ways have been
granted by our local legislature, but were
unfortunately disallowed by the Dominion Government (doubtless through tho
Influence of the C. P. It.) Tho .position
hitherto held by tho Dominion House is
now untenable, und the monopoly clause
of the C. P. tt. will have to be done away
with. Should this be done thero Is no
renson why rallwny construction should
not commence ln the neur future, as our
American cousins nre ready and willing
to commence work ns soon as the way is
open. 1 need only say thnt I shall use my
best endeavors to obtain said railway con*
ncctlon nnd the abolition of the monopoly clause.
BnilwayCrlrvnnces.-The 0. p. R, have
maintained oxcessl ve rntes for locnl traflic
In this province nnd to points us far east
ns Winnipeg. This is not as it should be,
nnd Is oneof the reasons why that great
corporation should be taught that lt Is not
the only power In tho land, but that It
must be made subservient to thc Interests
of tho people.
Telegraphs nud UaUw«j».-[ am of the
opinion tnr        ' ' '    "
hat nil telegraphs and railways
should be owned und operated by tho
government tn thc Interests of the neoplasia partially the case in England, G<
many und elsewhere, uml sbull (If elected)
do nil I can to bring nbout this very desirable state of things.
The Mails*—I shall use my best efforts
to hnve nil settlements on the south side
of the riversupnlled regularly with their
mails from I-udner's Landing by way of
tlie Grand Trunk rond to Oliilllwnnok nnd
any other places not already supplied with
mnll accommodation,
Thc Temperance Qneellon.—Upon this
question I feel very warmly and syrapn-
t hize most heartily with all thoso who are
anxious to do away with tho evils caused
bv the liquor traflic nnd shall (If eleoted)
' ' iy measures
dvuiu'e this
give my hearty support to Hny measures
that mny be Introduced to uuv**"*" *1'1"
veiy desirable object.
The Mm*. 4
Anestlon.—With regard to
to this question, I consider It nn unmixed
evil,yet at the samo time one of the hard*
problems that this nation has to deal
willi. I deem it, of vltnl Importance that
our legislatures, both Federal nnd Provincial, should do their utmost lodlHcour*
BfWtbii*. truffle, and at the same time use
aft legnl nieuns in their power to get rid of
thoso Chinamen whonro already amongst
The last question that I wish to bring lw-
foro you Is Mint of Independence. I again
rciterat'i the statement mude by myself In
thc papers—
"In PelltlcH, I nm nnd will be thor*
onghly Independent."
Bevernl of the II. C. papers hnve tnkon
up this statement nnd hnvo said a grent
many uncomplimentary things concerning me, snob hh " being on the fence," " a
Grit ln disguise," and so forth. I therefore
deem It necessary to explain what I mean
by being thoroughly Independent. Icon*
sfdernny member sent to Ottawa from this
Province pledged tosopport any •particular
parly hns allowed himself to bo fettered.
The grcntasi evils which threaten the ubo-
fulness of tho governments nf the united
Htates nnd Canada spring from pnrty politics, nud In the United Htates at the last
presidential election a number of tho
best men of lmth nartlftt VOtod Independently, and for wlmt they nonslMWd the
best Interests of the country regordloss of
pnrty,
■As an lml-j--oiident I shall endeavor to
vote and act (if elected), first* In the Interests of my constituents; secondly, In the
Interests nf the provinco, and lastly for
the general good of .the Dominion, pledging myself neither to aril nor Tory, hut
claiming the right as a free born British
Subjeot to use my Influence and vote on
the side where I consider your interests
nnd the interestsof the nation tie
I tako this opportunity of soliciting the
vote and InHuonce ol all, and whileJ shnll
feel very much honored 1/ you olectme as
yourrepresentatlve.Itrust that time will
prove that your confldenco has not been
misplaced.
I remain. Gentlemen,,. ■
4^«vVour,rMr».TBAPP,-
To the Electors ofthe Electoral District or New Westminster.
GENTLEMEN!—Shortly After jfe lamented diath of our late Representative,
Mr. Homer, I was Solicited by a number
"*"""'-'"-'- " allowtayself to b* nom-
"Idatelor the Reprtienta-
* of Mew Westminster in
_imo)U of Canada. The
ion of. friends,waashort-
.  -.jUlslUonBsonumerausly
signed, by prominent and influeninl Eleotors of the City and Distriot, that I felt lt
to be my duty to plaoe my services at their
disposal. It is not therefore. Gentlemen,
ns a self-nominated oandidate, that I ask
for ypur support, but I do so In response to
the request of oyer four hundred of your
number.
To many of you, Gentlemen, who have
crown me for a long Ume, lt is unnecessary for me to sny, that I am perfectly
familiar with the-great and varied resources o/ this Province. My knowledge
of its Mining, Fishing, Agricultural and
Commercial advantages has been derived
irom actual experience, and will (If elected) enable me to place prominently before Parliament, the gi*af resources of
this Province, and tbe means necessary
to be employed to aid in their,further
development. i.
It Is Impossible, Gentlemen, in on address such as this to do more than nllude
to some of the' questions of Interest and
importance to you, which as your representative, I would consider It to be my
duty to bring to the notice of Parliament.
I will, however, enumerate a few-matters
of great Importance to us nll, In regard to
which It wfll bo my earnest endeavour to
obtain beneficial legislation,
I will endeavour to have removed from
the mouth of our noble River, every impediment to its freo navigation, and have
necessary lighthouses erected.
I will endeavor to secure to settlers and
squatters nn immediate title to tbelr
lauds. This I consider to be a matter nol
only of Justice, but also of expediency.
Heretofore great Injustice has been done
to a valuable nnd deserving class of our
population, to whom, had Justiee been
done and facilities afforded for acquiring
homesteads, the resulta of their Industry
would, ere this, have done muoh to devel
-p tho agricultural capabilities of tbla fine,
Istiict.
I am aware, Gentlemen, that tho nuni-
bei of representatives to which eaoh province of the Dominion ls entitled Is bi;sed
upon population,' yet I believo that, ovin?
to exceptional circumstances, such as thu
fact that this provinco contributes tothe
revenue of the Dominion a muoh larger
percentage, according to population, tb tin
nny of the other provinces; and also to
the fact that lnrge centres nt population
nre rapidly being formed in this dlstrl'*t—
that lt Is entitled to a larger representation in the parliament of the Dominion,
and which ns a mm ter or Justice 1 will .endeavor to obtain. '    ' I:-'
I will also endeavour to obtain for. the
residents of this District better postal
facilities, tti which they are Justly entitled. *        *     <
I will use my hfst eltorls to secure equitable rates on ull railway und telegraph
tines, nnd to have tbe snme fixed bylaw..
Tbo Interests of ihltish Columbia demand that every impediment in tne, way
of constructing railways to our Southern
boundary aud other portions of this district be removed to aid lu the development of our resources. 1 will endeavor to
huvo this accomplished, nud also to obtain nld for tho construction of canals and
the Improvement of. navigable streams.
I will also consider It my duty to render
all possible aid to nny legislation which
seeks to simplify and render less costly
tho administration of Justice, especially
as between individuals und corporations.
My [political platform Is, In the first
place, the Interest of Britisli Columbia,
which I believe can be best served by my
giving an independent support to the
prcNentgovommcnt, which has not In the
past been unmindful of the interests
of Uritish Columbia, nnd to whom we
are indebted for the early completion
of the railway, which has brought
us into communication with the Eastern
Provinces and Europe, and through
tho agency of whieh, we will In the
near future, be placed In direct communication with Australia, China. Japan,
and the Grout Eastern Empire, which
must prove to be of Incalculable value to
this province, and to this district ln particular.
In conclusion, gentlemen, I have only
to say, that I am prompted by a sincere
desire to benefit this district and to aid in
promoting itsKHrieid Interests,jnnd I nsk
vour support only upon these grounds.
Jtls my intention to seo ns many of you
prevlomi-tb the election as time, and circumstances will admltofln the meantime.
I remain. Gentlemen, '
Yours very truly,    r ■    ■
dwfeStd DONALD CHISHOLM.
Canadtair: Pacific
RAILWAY.
FRESH WATER TERMINUS
Oity of New Westminster!
IMPORTANT
Auction Sale
CITY RESERVES
 AND—
gardens:
A PUBLIC AUCTION WILL TAKE
plsce at tho Asrrleoltnral lall,
In tlia City of Now Hrotniimter, on —'
Saturday, 26th Feb., 1887,
At 8 o'otiwt iu Ui. evening', when the
following Lots will he a«*imUted to publio competition, in accordance with
"Land Sale By-Law, 1884," and amendments thereto, viz.,
GOVERNMENT OFFICE OAKDENS.
Block A. .      ,,,,,,
Lots 3,14, IS, 19 k 20.
VICTORIA GARDENS-Blook B. ,
Lots 3, 4, ti, 6,8, 0, 10, lj. |i,,18, 1^
18,20,80,86*30. W      -   [V*»|
8T, PATRICK'S SQUARE- Block D.
Lots II, 12, 13, 14, 13,111,17, 21,22,
23, 24, 25, 20, 27,28,211,311,31,82,
33, 34, 33 k 30. I
ALICE GARDENS-Blook Ei :'f
Lots 8, 0& 10. .'
CLINTON PLACE RE8ERVE-Block F
Lota 1, 2, 3, ft, 11, 14, IB, 16,17,18,
III, 20, 21, 22, 23,24,23,26,27,28,
2»,3P,.3I,83,34,!-KS*36, ■:■,; j   £!j;
ST. GEORGE'S SQUARE-Block H. ■
Lots 14, 15, 10, 17, 18, 10, 20, 23, 24,
25,26,27,28,20, 30, 31, 32, 34, 35,
36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41 k 42.
ST. ANDREW'S SQUARK-Blook K."
Lots 16, It, 18, 24, .25,20, ,97.28,18,
34, 35, §6,37 k 38.
taTThe Lots are moilly 66 by 132 feat.
TERMH-SSX per oorit. on Ihe.fall ol the,
hammer; f*3**per o.nl. in thro, mantba-
nnd thc balance of the pnrohas. man.* In
six months from date of snlo,
-  ' 1a%»-a. iiftWireriN.
• .j_,.s..,..si llli iSstiilloin
eity Clerk's Offloe, ,
Now Westminster, Jth Feb., law.
dfoSto
Important to farmers 1
{.TOR   HAI.K -SEVERAL SUWMOR
•    HOKfiKH nnd two light spring WAH-
I?1
V   HORSI'M and two light spring WAQ-
ONU and one Hshl OARR1AOB In good
.       -uut --■'   '-   -'■-
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Fruit, Confectionery k Fancy Glassware* China Ston,  I  jiip
Colinbla SI.,      ■•  .  tXtsm. W*st.
,v. ■   -to i-JAum--'-.-'
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H8W Westminster, B. 0.
REID & CURRIE
MMWFMTtrKina MMiTni     ;"
Farm Wagons,
Express Wagons,
Delivery Wagons, \.i
Carriages,
Top Buggies, .
Open Bugglel,
Phaetons, ■ • ■■ -s^si-
ii'.''' '.'Mt^tO^,-
Dog Oarts,       v.;
Drays, \\ .■ ;;Btagw^;::;
AND  EVERYTHING J»  TflK
" •"; veIioiS.une
We have a largo stook of. swat ;af
tbe above articles on band, also a larg.
stook of Wagon and Carriage' Material,
Wheels, Wood sttH Hardtat*.   ml *wh
■tpslrlDK. Fsltitlni * TrlMhi*
doneatreaaonableprlcw,
In all Its Branches. .   ,-      ,,,.;
Estlmata. ( given . on Ironwork, and'
Contract, taken. Agricultural Impla, |
ment. made and repaired, and all kinds
of Ironwork for Saw 'Mill.,' Logglnii
Camp, and Farmers, k.pt in stock tad
made to order. i! - *■
Hone-sraoeia* and fieaeral:'
mmt,;    ;-;
We alao keep In atock to Mipply the
trade, Iron, Steel, Chains, Cumberland
Coal, Hone and Ok Shoes, Hamwa,
Iron and Steol Harrow TMlh, Canian
Bnrinss audi Asks, asd a, oomplate stsjft',
of Carjl-*.,Hardware,     ,|(_, y ,',;:,
wai Hn" Svb^UaVtk^mt'yX,"
the* don't require to > tl VlstlHaV'
get whnt tka-wMt.ifor.thsjrsasifS'a
aup.rior arUola at:,a rmsowkk-prlae
bal*s» „.j, .;,,. - .'ii..i"ir i.l/i'i n*jd)
We are also manufacturing and •.Ulna ■
tbe celebrated ' ! I     •
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At rednwd price*   It U the bs*>*l
chsansatFraas In tha mark.*.—.—.—T
mm, have sot Um tmk wMtaMia t*
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At thaupmpaay'ii Steam Prlntlni Ea-
tabll.hm.nt, Oolumbia SU
Delivered In tha City dally.. .Mc, per week
MaUtd fM!*.' o-y, yaa_r „.;..T..-,.r,...|iaa-
f
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Uon, It ota. per line solid nonpareils each
.ub.MO«ntconaeoutlveln;ertron,8ot..per
list. Adnrtlnmenl. not Inserted every
day, It eta. psr lln. each Inaertlon.
BoafoMsfr Prof"..lnn«!i Advertisement.
mos. M per nnt. will ba added.
•aweta! Re-lee. amou readlna matter,
it etaTpir lln. each Inaertlon. Special,
ealllat attention to advertisement., 'Oct..
ptrlln..
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
leased every Wedaeiday Mania*
t ellvar-d In th. City, per year...
Hailed, peryear
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lion, 11 eta. per llneTonillonparell! iub-
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Steadies AdveHlHB.eBU.-For I Inch,
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lea. than I mos. It per cent, will be added
•VpeWnrtlci. .mon* .reading matter,
oui. par Una each Inaertlon,
<:.!> mu.tb.all rn.tal.and for largeetita
bb «tra rate will ba charted. No advt,
iBMltad In elth.r laaue for leu than 11.
9^$^&kfl^«^
Wedacedar Iraalac, rekraary ts, l-»l.
Thit it Ath Wednesday.
Winnipeg takes tbe "bun" fnr noisy
political meeting..
Finnan Haddios juat received at
MoTlo-ialdBKi..\|#»%
ThTOfeetof.^'W   .
at the aummit of the ialaud null
Don't forget the aale of city lots
which tako. place next Saturday night.
The Bninsttick hotel at Port Arthur
wubura-rijBB^ddevg Loas 130,000.
tumi;wMcmBWut02'ndWMar?h
lemma
Vice-President Vau Home of the
C.P.R. is in Winnipeg on hia way
Tht reversal of eleotion returns today will change the expression on
ing, but maw. a. soft and rapidly
diappaaring.
It ll tfated that in M.ichtiaen and
Soak, district, .llow" lies nn the
ground a foot deep and the weather is
oultt cold and wintry,. ul*
W.^bV* infcrinMfamvl M. Trapp is
meeting with a very favorable recent-
ion throughout the district, and his
preaptett an , decidedly, improving.
At Maple- Ridge i voteof confidence
was given him by the publio meeting.
five o'clock this evel
{flJBSH
Ooi Thus.—The first conslruotion
train arrived in Vanoouver at half-past
P
OoanomBuonoif. We are authorised to itate th.t Mr, Donald ChWiolm
bin tht field at a candidate for the
Matin the House of Commons ran-
by the death of our
" freTMr.Ho.
dwoc25tc
"Figure, won't
lit," utfi canJidate fnr political hon-
ort whin giving B rearranged construction tafa*«nsncial aipect of a political natation. "How many lega haa
my hone, counting the tail at onel"
aUad.a stage driver. "Why, five,"
BN-ir^N lht uge. "Then figures do
llti" roared Jehu, "for, «■—»«»- '•■»
tail aa ont will not make
Pergonal.
A, O. White of Langley is in the
city.
H. M. Griffin, of Toronto, is at the
Colonial.
! At t«e'£ofenuil:rlw. E/'tio-d. Pt.
%¥« J7 •' "*• J*»ki'»Ji OouUw*i»okl
A. O. White, Langley; J. A. Loggia,
Seattlej T. S.. Rothwell, Montreal;
H. M. Griffin. Toronto. < ■ . .
Holloway'. Corn Cure ia the medicine
to remove all kind, of corns and warts,
and only costs the small aum of twenty-
five cents.
. .■     !■■. * ■ •
Tbe Sir. Yosemite runs Into
;;'y the Adelaide.
As the Str. Yosemite wai approaching Ladners last evening on bar return
from tliis tity lo Victoria, through
aome mistake she' passed hat wharf
and ran into thc Str. Adelaide whioh
waa lying at the cannery wharf, cutting through her guards and breaking
her away from the wharf, causing her
W) leak Very badly. ''Capt. Grant immediately hauled her into the slough
and got steam up and aat the pumps
going being obliged to run her on the
beach for repairs. She waa patched
up sufficiently this murning to proceed
to thia city for some steam pipes, her
old ones being badly wrenched by the
jar of the' colluion.      ... n
Orion Catlin, 49 Peal Street, Buffalo,
N. Y., says: "I tried various remedies
for. the. piles, but found no relief until I
used Dr. Thomu' Eclectic Oil, which en-
entirely cured me after a few applications," Since Dr. Thomas' Ecleotrio Oil
bu become celebrated, unprincipled per-
aont are imitating it.   Got the genuine.
Sent Cp ror Trial
HI OKAWS OF MURDER.
The four Indians, remanded on thi
4th Inat. for the murder of Indian
Bill, wen brought up today beforeCapt
Pittendrigh, 3. P., and after a patient
hearing Indian Jim Williams, one of
the prisoners, was committed for trial
at the spring suites, the remainder
being discharged/ The two principal
witnesses, Viotiir Joa and Louie
French, swear' that they saw the put-
oner knock the murdered man down
ind repeatedly', kick him nnd strike
him on Ihe forehead. All the wit-
neueses, whin questioned, answered
very straightforwardly. Alexander
Crawford was also brought up in connection with tht Ladner murder, but
waa diioharted and bound over to appear at the next anises. The witnesses .gainst him were alao bound
over to appear in Ihe sum of $500.
Evening telegrams
intense Excitement In Montreal aid Canada oier Tester-
* hW tlay'i'
f's Contest.
VARIOUS RESULTS «t*0*TIO-lilt MNN AND
TRI" "
Jt'CRu1
an too political to discuu practical
subjects,  ,.._l. „r*
-   Board'or tbadb.—At the annual
general meeting pf the New Weatmin-
*■ jM:**m*iW)Jl Hyack
Hall lut night, the following officer,
wtrt, elected for the current year:
mm, Wm. McColl; counoil, H. Hoy,
H.*Tiiu?l?^-<W^N0'lrioi.,AThu.:
Cunningham, D. Robion; hoard of arbitration, all member, of th. (
Jno.
R 0. Oonct»i.-Th. concert and
tupptr lut night in aid of thi Roman
Catholic Ohuroh wu very well attended, the hill being orowdtd to ita tit-
mott extent. The programme con-
lilted of vocal and instrumental niu.io
quit* a turn wm netted from it. The
iolMng ladiw and gtntlimen auiat-
SWSJt «BT^woJ!:
Ml. «Mtm.h, Mr.. F, W.loomi Mc
Crady, Mn, Peele, Mitt Sutherland,
Mn. Keary.
 *m-,—.
A Niw Masonic Bvilvimo—Peter
0 Mt Jtmt-A,taim
P-WMIMiMl'-'u
MMUUmftJmensol
upon the corner of Columbia and Lome
ttrttti oppo.it* thi hardware itort of
l&M&WSWt
t-13Sfeetloug.   Itwlllbeerect-
h, masonic fraternity of thii
in in i i tm 11 "••- ^    -* -. lm.i  umi'1
mm^^mm^mm iweowemtmrn wt wwviiuuim,
rtreeai-m wffl l>-»-iii ai toon u thi
Fariker VelBp jfraB,'
*     EsHlitaakf al Rice.   "
Preu Talexraau.
TOBOSTO KET0RS8.
Tobo-ito, Ont. Feb, 22.—Returns re.
ctfved up to midnight .how that 69 Con.
Utvatiye., 7S«Mborala, nd 4 Independ-
e4te_»*|__is|. elccfM. "Sir John A.
Mwdosajd lau been alacUd lor two too-
atitunclM. All th. cabinet minuter,
arc reelected. A number of place, are
vet to be heard trom; hut Sir John A.
Macdonald will probably be sustained
by by 10 to 15 ol a majority. In the old
hiBU tkt government had a majority of
VS. Hon. Edward Blake, Sir Richard
Cartwright, aud Hon. Peter Mitchell,
leading oppoeitionl|-s, ' are rt elected.
The conies! wu beau anil exciting, but
paesed off quietly.
oebiias luonons.
DaaUM, F.b. !!2.—Return, from 265
dlttrlct. -how th. election of 44 coBHrvi-
tives, II imperiallsti, 43 centreista, S3
national lilnraU, 6 socialists, 15 Alsatian., 4 Poles. In 44 districts new election, will b. held.
IXC'TIMX-IT IB VOStRKAU
NiwYobk, Feb. 21.—The TWotme'.
iyst Eleotion txoite.
here, Contarvativm
in the province of
in Ontario. This,
_ Riol and other na.
lob have been rauTd
against th. conservative candidate., vivo
have, notwithstanding this, been elec^.l
by larg. majorltlM. In Montreal Sir
- ,|tii',
Mil   "
ith's majority is 405, C'aroa's
ui*l 'M eleotsa,: wttBWt op.
WIU. KOI PUSS TBI   FISUBRY   NBOO
^        TUnORS.   :
Chicaoo, Feb. 23.—Ths Timet
Ottawa, Ont., speoial uys: It is
lurntd on the very beef pouible authority that Sir John Maodonald hu
rwiuealed the British government not
to press ths fisheries negotiation, with
tha United Statu until the Dominion
•lection, are ovtr. Thi election.
over,if returned  tu power,   he hat
Rromiud to considerably modify ex
itimi regulations, so u to m tit half
way ths demand ut up by the' United
State, giiveriiinen*. ,, ,
■ tAMWIABK AT MIOl.
Ron*!, Feb. 23.—An urthquakt occurred at Nice thit morning. Houses
rocked,, walls cracked, and people lift
their twdiuend IsU upon thtir k«t*t
in the street, praying for deliverance
fr»p» ■ tuddin death. Many. ptnoai
witi) Injured by filling debria
Lorbor, Feb. 23.-Th. .took mw
ktta are very firm, m a ntult tf tht
German electiona.
lion  *ABnCOlAB", '-'
Imm, Fib. 23.—FurthtrdUpatehe.
coital i, I urthquakt la saath ef
Europe thia morning .{ate that two vlo-
^*^i.ww p ♦»***•!(»>« «•'•
clock. Fint .hook wu of flttstn eec-
oods' duration and second of llstotasV.
Mor.ra.ntwu fiom Wut to sut,   At
*J«!^I**«M^'W».*J»»«
"rT
T^RtlMMMRRRRHrntTRM.
«t t. nims&m*#!s*s*,it_,-m4b
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Dominion Bleetlons.
A Mijorlty for Ike Oppoilllon of 8.
AU Ike MUriets Rat Vel Beard f rasa.
PROVINCE OF ONTARIO.
misiitsbia*. orrosmoK
Addington Bell
Algoma.	
BolhweU  Mills
Brant North.... Somervllle
Brant Smith.... Pateraon
Brock ville Wood
Bruce North.. ..MoNelll
Bruce East.....Carglll
Brace West.... Bisk.
Oardwell  White (200)
Carleton Macdonald*
Dunda. Hlckcy
Durham Eaat...Ward
Durham Wut.. BUk. (119)
ElginEut  Wiunn
ElginWut  Cany
Euex North.... Patterson
Essex South.... Brien
Frontenii Kirkpatrick
Glengarry  Purcell
GrenviUeStuth.Shanly
Grey Eut Sproule
Gray South  Landerkin
Grey North....Maann
Haldimand  Colter
Hilton   Waldlt
«•»«*» {$S&
Hatting. E  Burdett
HMttauN BawtU
Hattlngi W,... Robertton
Huron E  Macdonald
Huron 8  McMillan
Huron W Porter
Kent  Campbell
Kingston MacdonaId(I2
Lamb-on _.'.... Moncricff
Lambton W.... Litter
Lanark N Jamiewn
LanarkS. Haggart
Leedi 8 Taylor
Leeda N Ferguson
Lennox Wifion
Lincoln Rykert
London Carting (80)
Middlesex W.. .Roome
MiddlesexN.... Coughlin
Middltnx S.... Armstrong
MiddleusE....Marshall
Monok Boyle
Muakoka  MoMurricb
Norfolk S Tudale
Norfolk N  Charlton
North'mb'rl'ndB Mallory
Nrth'mh'rl'ndWGuiUet
OntarioS Smith
Ontario W..... Edgar
Ontario N Madill
°"-«- {Rob'ufard
Oxford N  Sutherland
OifordS  Cartwright
Pe.1 McCaUa
ParthN H«mou
Perth 8..  'I'row
Ptterboro'W ..Stovensou
Paterboro' E... Lang
PraMott  Labroate
PrinceEdward.. Piatt
Renfrew N White
Renfrew 8  SfP1*!11
Rum.I1  Edward.
Simcoe E  Cook
Simcoe S Tyrwhitt
Simcoe N McCarthy
Stormont ......Bergin
Toronto Centre.Cooaburn
Toronto E Small
Toronto W Denison
Victoria N  Barron
Victorias Hudspeth
Waterloo N .:     Bowman
WaterlooS ""'" '   "' Iivmgrtont
Wetland Ferguson
Wellington N.. McMulln
Wellingtons... Inne.
Wellington Cen. Sample
WentworthS...Carpenter;   ,, .
WantworthN..^f^r'1Baln      '
York Wn.J...Willao»'-' >•«  *
YorkE  M-ckensieOSO
YorkN  Mulock
PROVINCE OF QUEBEC.
Argenteuil  .... Meikle
Bagot Dupont
Beauharnola'.... Beraeron
Beauce   Godbout
Bellechaae  Amyot
Bsrthler  ...... Btautoleil
Bonaventure ...Riopel
Brome  Fiiber
Uhambly   Prefontaine
Champlaln Meatplaislr
Charlsvoix  Oimon
Chateauguay... Holton
ChicoutimiaSagG.gne
Compton Pope
Dorchester  Duchesnay
Arthabaaka.... Lavugue
Gune	
Hochelaga  Dujardln.
Huntington.... Scriver
Iber,iUe  Bechard
Jacques Cartier.Girouard
Jollette Guiboult
Kamouruka .,. Desuint
Laprairi.   Doyou
L'Aasomptlon .. Gauthier
Laval  Ooim.t
Levi.  Guy
L'Islet   Gugrain
Lotblmore...... Rtarrtt
Muklnonge.... DsnulnLr a
Mtgtntic ...... Turootte
Miuu-anoi  Cloy..
Montcalm  Parraslt
Montmagny.... Choquttte
Montmorsnoy .. Valln
Montreal CeatrtCurran
Montreal W....8mith
Montreal E .... Coorul
NapltreviU..... Ste Marie
Nioolet  Gaudrt
Ottawa County.Wright
Fontiac BryMS
Portniuf  St. Gtorgei
QnebMCounty. .Caron
QutbM Cutis.. Langtlitr
Quebec East.... LauScr
Quebec Wut...McGraevy
Rlohtlltn ......UU11.
Richmond Wolfelvu
Rlmoukl  Dr.Fiut
Ronvilli  Glgault
St. HvaciBtht.. Barnier
8t. John.  Boursau
8t.MauriM....DauulBlen
Skenord Audit
Sherbrooke ....Hail
Soulaneu Bain
Stautead Colby
Ttmtsoouta.... .Grandbol.
Ttrnboant ....Chaplwu(SOO)
Three Rivtrs ..Laagtvin(20)
Two Mountain..Daoust
V.udreutt .MoMllan
Verohtna  GeaArkm
Yamuka  Hlgnault
PROVINCE OF NOVA SCOTIA.
Annapolis Mllb
Antajooith ... .Thompaon(52
Cap.Breton..../ . McDougall
IMoKmb
Colchuttr MoLtlan[im]
Cumbarlaad.... TupptrfSOO)
Digby Campbell
Guysboro  Kirk
Halifax  /Jonu
\Fulhr
HanU ........Pstaam
Inv.rnu.......Cttatraa
Klagt  Borden
Lunmbarg  BUenhaatr
Plctou (Tupptr
tMoKugall
Queen  Mack
Richmond......   . Flynn
ShtlbMrnt,....
Victoria     , McCurdy
Yarmouth...... Loyitt
PROVINCE OF NEW BRUNSWICK.
Albert Weldon
Carleton  Halo
Charlotte  Gillinor
Glouceater Burns
Kent  Landry
King...........Fost«r(300)
Northumberland   ■ Mitchell
Queens        • King
Rutigooche ... Moffatt
St. John City. EUU
St. John Co..-.ir j Skinner
(Weldon
Sunbury.;...:. Wilmot 'v
Victoria Ccttgan
Westmoreland.. Wood
York.. Temple
PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND.
King.  (Mclntyre
\ RoWta'n
Prinoe  ] Yeo
t Perry
Queens   (Davies
t Welsh
PROVINCE OF MANITOBA.
Liagar ....Ross
Marquette  Watson
Provencher ....Royal
Selkirk Daly
Winnipeg .Scarth
RECAPITULATION.
MIS.       Ol'l'.
Ontario 52 40
Quebec  24 40
Nova Sootia 10 11
New Brunswick  9 7
Prinoe Edward Island.... 0 II
Manitoba.... m-7* I
Britiah Columbia..,  I 0
Total.,.:.........100      105
There are ll constituencies Btill to ho
beard from, namely Ontario I, Quebec 1,
Northwest 4, British Columbia 5. Of
these the opposition will .not probably
take more than 2 or 3, which will leavo
a majority of 2 or 3 for the government.
The Weekly Columbian".— Tho
publishers are desirous to make all
subscriptions for the Weekly Columbia? end with tlio year. This will
enable subscribers to know precisely
when their subscriptions expire, und
it will greatly simplify tho book-keeping. Persons sending new subscriptions during the yenr will, therefore,
bo good enough tu send, as fnr as 'possible, the amount that will pay tu the
end of the current year. The paper
costs, M nearly as may be, 17 cts. a
month, and lhe sum required to pay
tothe end i if the year may bo easily
calculated. If it is nut possible to obtain tha correct amount, send $2, and
the change will bo returned in stamps
from thia office.
Like all Siebuso Remedies, Northrop k Lyman's Vegetable Discovery and
Dyspeptic Cure deserves a fair trial. It
would no absurd to suppose that thia or
any other medlcince of kindred nature
could produce instantaneous effects. For
the thorough removal of Chronic Dyspepsia. Constipation, Liver Complint,
and other ailment., to which it is adapted, its used should lie continued some
time, even after the cliief symptoms are
received. That it then effects complete
curu is a fact established by iiiiuil,. .nd
respectable evidence.
Wholesale oity Market.
Beef,     per lMlbs     —
Pork "        	
Mutton      " „
Bldes(ir'n)" 	
Potatoes     "
Turnip.      "   ,     -;	
Carrots       "        	
Parsnips    "	
Beet. '■        	
Cabbage     "        	
Onions       " 	
Apple.
Pear.        »	
Wheat        "	
Oat. "
Pea. ",     ■   '.,.,.,.„.....
Hay,       porton  ...«.	
Butter (roll.) per In...	
Cheese, « 	
Egfa,      perdos.	
Geese,       eaoh ..........
Ducks »!
Chickens, per pair. „»...
Turkey., per lh.....H...	
OrdwooiMretulh peroonl..
,....18 00® 10 00
 8 009 0 00
,....00091000
 8 SOS 0 00
 0 759 0 00
.... 0 87 9 0 75
 0 40 9 0 75
 0 759 1 00
 0 75 @ I 00
 0 60 9 I 00
 2 1109 2 25
 2 509 ID
 2 009 150
 1509 175
  1 509 1 50
  I 509 0 00
 15 00 a 00 00
 0 279 0 00
 t 15 9 tllO
 0 509 HOO
  I Till'. I 75
 0 25 vi 0 30
 Orniii, 0 75
.... 0 20® 1125
  II 50 a". ,00
Mr. C. E. Riggins, Beamsville, writes.
—"A customer who tried a bottlo uf
Norhrop & Lyman's Vcgetulilo Discovory
saya itl. tbe beat thing -heevce usoiij to
quote his own words. "It bust sceined
to tough the spot affeuteil." About a
year ago he liad ail uttack of bilious
lever, and was olaid he was iu fur another, when I recommemled tliis i aluble
medioinco with such happy results."
The Conl'ederutliin Lire.
The annual report of tills solidly pros*
perou.Canadian inatitutlon will be found
In another column. The facta revealed
in the accounts aud the Directors' report
thoroughly iuatlfy the communis wliich
tbe shareholders presont bestowed upon
the management. Thanks to the resolute
manner in which the Company haa declined to embark upon extravagant
methods Of procuring business, tho working expense, of the company bear-to tbe
total Income the very .mall ratio of between 17 and 18 per cent. A point attesting the soundness of th. finance, of
th. Company la th. tact that the interest
income I. sufficient to pay thc death
claim.—which in a company of the age of
the Confederation Life i. something to be
proud of. The ass ts and liabilities are
ut forth in minute detail, and the tables
show that, after making allowance for all
possible contingencies aud providing for
every debt, there is a surplus of t282,I09
ovsr liabilities and capital combined.
The increase ln tbe use's ln the lut year
wu 1200,390. So much for what can be
done by rigid adherence to what tbe
President defined u tha true polioy of
the Company, vis;—"To keep its balance
abut right and avoid unnecessary, un-
wiie, or extravagant expenditure for the
sake merely of increasing new business."
—SToronio Globe. T. R. Puraon k Co.
are agents for thi. company in Britiih
Columbia. mlffto
N(
■fcTOTIOB.
OTIOE IS HEHEBY GIVEN THAT
... 80 day. alter date we Intend milking
application to the Chief Commissioner of
Land, and Works for permission io lens,
for Umbering purposes the following desoribed landa situate on the mainland of
Britiah Columbia, Coast niltrlcti
Commencing atthe south-easterly end
of a lake, which lake I. about iff, miles
euterly from a polnton the easterly shore
line of Longhbough Inl.l, wbloh point
L—IB about East from Heaver Crook;
as follows: South flOchalns, East Hll
chains, North SO ehalna, West 10 chnins,
North »»ohalns, West 10chains, North 40
chain., West 40 chnins, North 40 ohalns,
Weal 40 ohalns. North 80 chains, West 80
Chains, Houth to the shore line or a lake;
thenoe south-easterly, fallowing shore
line of lake lo IM Inlet, thenee East to the
.hor. lln. of the llrsl mentioned lake,
thenee north-easterly, following sliore
Has to point of commencement; .nld
traot containing about 1BO0 acres, more nr
""ROYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
[Limited):
JOHN IIENDBY, Manager.
New We.tulB.ter, Feb.Slat,I8H.  dfe2lml
Business fctory.
The fotlowiug Business Directory relates
only to persons whose advertisement, appear ln the Daily Colvkbux. It hu
been found true, as a rule, that peraons
wbo advertise liberally are liberal In tbelr
dealing., and many peraons make it a
rule to give preference In their dealings to
those establishments which advertise
freely, The following Hat Is arranged alphabetically;
LB-GAL.
T. C. Atkinson Columbia St
W. Norman Bole Columblast
Corbould A McColl ..McKensle St
Branch Ofllce at Vancouver.
MEDICAL. jj«jW
Dr. H. M. Cooper Cbureh St
Dr. J. C. Henderson Chilliwhack, B O.
Dr. I. M, McLean McKensle St
Dr. DeWolfe Smith Clarkson St
IMVRABCC.
W. J. Armstrong [Are]...  Court House
W. D. Kerrtt [life A accident] Ferris st
T. a Pearson [On A Ufa] Columblast
Hand Bros, [flreillfe].. McKensle St
Branch Oflices at Vancouver A Vic.
Turner, Beeton ACo. Iflrej Victoria
Woods, Turner A Gamble
[dre^Ue A aooldem] Columblast
HEAL   ESTATE AGENCIES.
W. N. Bole Columbia St
Corbould A McColl McKensle St
W. D. Herr s Ferris St
Capt. Pittendrigh McKensle St
Rand Bro McKensle St
Woods, Turner A Gamble Columbia St
ARCHITECT, Ate.
C. 11. Clow .'.Clinton St
AUCTIONEERS.
T. J. Trapp a .....Columbia St
AGENTS POR MACHINERY, Ac.
Fraser A Leonard* .Vancouver
F. Welcome McCrady ItcKea.ie St
BOOKS A. STATIONERY.
D. Lyol Columbia St
PRINTING av RULING.
The Columbian Steam Printing Establishment  Columbia St
STOVES tt TINWARE.
Jns. Cunningham Columbia fit
II. M. Cunningham A Co Columblast
E. 8. Scoullar A Co Columblast
Branch lit Vancouver.
HARDWARE.
Jus. Cunningham .........Columbia St
GAS VITTINGS.
Jas Cunningham Columbia St
H. M. Cunnlnghnm A Co- Columblast
E. s. Scoullar A Co .....columblast
SEWING MACHINES.
CT. Robson Columblast
HARNESS, ate.
Douglas A Deighton... Columbia St
GENERAL MERCHANDISE.
W. R. Austin Front SI
Jus. Cunningham Columbia St
CH. .Major Columbia St
Wm. McColl Columblast
C. McDonough « Front St
DRV GOODS.
D. Drysdale A Co. Columbia SI
JiiN. Kllard A Co ..Columblast
GROCERIES.
D. McPhaden Columbia St
FURNITURE.
Peebles A Heckley .Columbia St
W. Prothero » Columblast
WOOD * OOAL,
A. Burns Blackie St
Henry Elliott [Order, left at W. McColl's]
DRUGS, he.
D. a Curtis A Co..... .........Columbia St
A. Peele H .Columbia St
BUTCHERS.
Robt, Dickinson. ........Columbia St
WATCHMAKERS ttwEWELERS
F. Crake Columbia St
F. Stinky Columbia St
C. M. McNaughten Columblast
BLACKSMITHINC   Av   CARRIAGE
'   ':       WORKS.   ' "
THos, Ovena..„b....H,aii.«. ..Columbla'St
Reid A Currie .........Oolambla St
HOTELS.
Depot Hotel IBIlladeauil Columblast
Farmers Home I Holden] Churoh Bt
The Clarence lRtcbar.1.] Viotoria
PAINTERS,  Ac.
Chas. Murray Clorkion Ht
BOOTS * SHOES.
Win. Ross Columbia St
TAILORS.
D. Drysdale A CO ......Columbia St
Thos. Walsh.. Columbia St
BAKERY.
A. Diebel ., .Front St
NUttSERIES,
O. w. Henry Port Hammond
IH, llulclierson ...Ladners
FANCY POULTRY, *e.
Jno. ti. cox Royal Avenue
riT. PAUL'S CHURCH. Service, ev-
l5 ery sundny nt 11 a. m. and 7 p. k. In
tiit- Church! Ht. John street, below Royal
.iveniie. Seats froe, all are cordially In-
vllnl.  SiuiihivScliooliita.aoi'.».
(rostci        	
w
KTIIOD1ST CHUROH, Mary BU
,,, Kev. C. Watson; Pastor. Servtcesttt
lt a. in. nnd 7 p. m. Sundny School and
Hldlf Oho* ■l:W p. m. Prayer Meeting on
TliurtKln.vK nt H p. m. Seat, free; stranger.
cordially Invited. J.7-UJ.
BAPTIST CHURCH, Ague, street,
Kast of Mary Street. Rev. Robert
'.ennle, Pastor. Lord's Day Sorvico. at 11
a. in. and 7 p. m. Sabbath Hchool and
Bible Olass at, 2i:)0 p. m. All Hat. free;
strangers cordially weloomed.   d-dettte
UNION LODGE Ns, ti A. F.
ll»* The regular Com.
munlcatlon. of thi. Lodge sr.
.   ,   . held on the Snt Monday In eaeh
month, sojourning brethren are oordlai-
ly Invited to attend
AUSIOS
k, A.
munlo
held oi
feU-to
PETER GRANT,
Beerstary.
Brown Leghorns.
THREE THOROUGHBRED BROWN
leghorn Cocks for ule. Thete are
fino young binln, and they are offered at
Tery low priced.  Apply at this oflloe.
foojsjimer&yis
LAND SURVEYORS,
Fire, Lire, Accident ft Narlae
Insurance.
jk.ta.-m-wvm
Dominion Express Comp'y, U.
Cittern Casidlu talk Notes
Bought and Sold.
COLUMBIA STRUT,
Telephone *A       Nl
BED ROCK
'■ ",r*wT
;  •     [uJuuimi
• J? XI X ClEiS ■ WnWh
---IN-
Winter Dry Ms!
-AND-
AKTER THE  HOLIDAYS,
D. Drysdale & Co.
dw-def-bto
mm
LONDON HOUSE
Largest Dry Goods, Clothing and Gents' Furnishing House on
the Mainland.
JAMES ELLARD & CO.
dwjaito
}■»'
Bargains!
& Silver Watches, Diamoml Biifs.
BRACELETS. PINS, LOCKETS, CRAWS, AC
Also a large  assortment  of   SILVER   PLATED   WARE
KNIVES, FORKS, SPOONS, &c.
j^ All Goods guaranteed to be as represented.     '     '' i'i
C. M. McNaughten,
dw-jai9tc Colonial Block, New Westminster, R C.
NOTICE.
XTOTICE IS HERKBY GIVEN THAT
ll I hav* mode Application to thc Chief
Commlwloner or f-uuils and Work* for a
Uoenna to rut niiili'urrv away timber on
anU from tho following Jesorlbed Inndfl In
New Wcatminater Dlitrlei:
Commencing at a point ilttinled on the
Eaat ahore of Gambler I*lanrt, Howe
Sound,dUtant 125chain* North frnm the
Southern extremity of the sntd inlnml:
thenee due Want to tho conut; tiirnro foi*
towing tho count line around the southern pointi back to thc place of commencement W. I. JOHNSON.
Ne#WMtmln".er,B.C., fleh.lM.W7.
dfelfimti'
JOHN S. COX,
WPNni A Kali" IH
Fancy If Poultry
r. raHTS NO MORE TO KKKP UliOl)
c   "	
THK BOOK AND BTATIOln»T
ne., mndurud la Ihi. SU .al
Urn,, ol T. R. PMnoa * cTlb7,
(Wiim-ila WallonnrAPHaUst
T. B. PMraon, barlm «»— "~-
Mr. Darld Ljral, lht hi
flrma an now bclai ali
cousladn.lath, lata 1,	
betorc Ih. Itt March lo tha ai
who win mm all alalia, asali
dwtolitd
T.KPMtMtO*.
VI
DSALCRIN
WOOD ft COAL
Fowls than tt doe. lo keep poor Fowls,
My Dreading; Pens urn equal lo any In
Ihe untied htates or Cnniuln.
I propose to riirnlsli Bam from premium
and nrsMass Fowls, my ileslan being lo
Mtabllsli a repulatlon Uml will l„il.
VAK1ETIER OF FOWI.Sl
While Omtm ■laek Psl.lh,
Mask tranl.il,
h.*-nrStta_:,
La Vl.ik.1
tllT.r Ipaaf le* Haaabarfh,
While and krsws l*.|ksra.,
He.daa,,
Ll|kt Brahna,,
Ml oaaa..,
Pl'sasmk Rsek,
Parltldfe Ossklaa,
It.... sad A*l..harr Daska,
gMRIH LAMAI IIMITD.
Cash must accompany all order,.
Addreis, Willi .lamp,
iOHt S.OOX,
dwMTIt Ntw W**al»irlsr.
General Teaming
OF ALL KINDS DON! rHOMRilV
anil at reasonable rtlsa. ,•/
ar Ordera marks left al •>.■■ ttttst}'
hiobj, « al J. It LorMll'.laMief Ctet,
lllaekle Htrret. dr.*.
WANTED
pimcHAamw rqn
MirlM A nitlMM** uttmt, ML
•rt, Hmn, iMfliMtn, l»*
|Mtf n, HVe, '
I Steam Filters', Qaa riUsr* aat I
' id Iron Uood.Lall kltMi iritiah dotambian
MORNING KSPtfCHES.
Bismarck Will Hare a Majority
In Germany.
Bibun, Feb. 22.—The results in
200 election districts are how known.
Tht. candidates elected comprise 29
csnaeratires, 14 imperialists, 25 cun-
trists, 67 national liberals, 1 new Ger-
 sts, 15 Alsatians,
i eleotion will bo
The national
liberals will probably elect 00 mem-
ben. All democrats have boen defatted in southern Germany. A reliable government majority is assured.
The supplementary elections will be
held March 3rd. Herr Benningson,
leader of the national liberals, iB elect-
Bm f BAfcisuo, Feb. 22.—Arrived,
aht Muin|jia, str. Mexico, from Vio-
fcSr Sffled, str. Walk Walla, for
Seattle! ship Fannie Tucker, for Na-
ptt'fllQ,  -           i    ■   .—.
' Haufax, Feb. 22.-Sir Chas. Tup-
lersily supposed will
l A. Macdonald as
-.'■oontervative party,
j important decla-
LiWtion question.
  __ / a third party prohibition 'candidate, notwithstanding his
lift-long record aa a temperance man.
In hia apeoch he pointed out that he
had carried through/parliament a law
giving absolute prohibition in the
northwest territory. He had made
total abstinence compulsory among om-
plo|»*»Jof The government railways all
ofsUaiiadt, and to-day he regarded
prohibition as the most vital question
before the people. He declared that
if by_jg*flfiji|to opposition to tbe government «» coda seaure legislation
that would prevent the manufacture,
importation, sale and use of intoiicat-
ing liquor, h| woald not hesitate one
moment abont doing it.
MANIIOBA ILEOTIOliS.
Wrasmw, Feb. '.■ ssV.~,The federal
election, occurred ts-day. Sit arrests
weft made by the liberals for bribery
and corruption in thii city. Scarth,
conservative, eleoted by 12 majority.
Watson, liberal,'eleoted in Marquette,
s constituencies elected con-
IW F.b.*-W-The Jfttional
Zeitwuj, commenting upon tht elec-
tiont, tajt: Tha results, ss far as
known, givt **-M*fer«l*a brilliant
ttpttnnatt victory. The results ascertained thit afternoon include 21 seats
wonltoB* tho' rtichstag majority of
Jan. 14, wbils tht national liberal,
havt wreittd from their opponents 23
dJatrittt, ol whieh 12 were ioat by the
~_fw German liberals, 3 by centreUts,
r socialists, tnd 3 by dtraocrata.
"" """ n liberals have verily
ng defeat,
i WuBm.
Raturni continue to thow national
liberal victorie. all along the lines.
Of *ff«e**s1ield by the national liberals, 35 live been again won. Be-
aid^thjiSjfM have been gained by
"    ' """iill^and
inlts ire un-
istricts where
,  liberals are con-
ing those known tobe
dare Richter for Hague, Barth
[Irsohborp, Hermes for Javers.
tional liberals and fm
Tits' results are un-
ir of districts where
PR0VIN8IAL LEGISLATURi.
,n9ffeMb..i.:
On motion of Mr, Croft, a commit
. ttt eoniitting of the Hon. Mr. Davie
and Mon, Higgint, Vtrnon, Bolt
and Croft wu appointed to obtain Information and nport to Iho house re-
spsetinfaproper.ch.nl. for the pro-
totion of timber.
- If r. Andsraun movod, Hounded by
Mr.1 Davit, that ths federal govern-
rtun-t bs requested to send out a qual-
llsdipsrann to Alia to gather .tatiatic.
saVsMfflMowith a view to the intra-
dilution ol 'Canadian product tnd
mt-MfaotoPH. 'The mover laid ht be-
Ingrtafcbatf-fiCIa ths touritry. The
silk and cotton trade would come this
amy instead ot by ths Sum canal. Tha
product, of tht Northwett would find
a MliatitVre. At Singapore snd
otArpsWe ports a large number of
men-of-war wart constantly stationed.
Thaw wsrs being supplied ohiefiy from
the* flwiai-e supplied from oor own
Mrl Tafaaon   movad, seconded by
Ma Thrattf that rapreaantation. be
"'»lira federal govemment ask-
-'ling miohintry bt admit
~ |t opposed the
_ id that auch
tilth, taMufHtarad in
t.   Tht resolution wss
I to apply only lo ma-
Mttttf tss-Utsttti aot bt manufact-
urtdSjtpsungiwt*, Ud wat pissed.
Mr. B(eev.n a*aved,lor corretpond-
tnot rtlatlnilo tr.nl. madt in Koot-
oat wtil* ttrtainl; bt a gnat btnttit
-«^>***>o»,t»*Mrk*t.   Il would
ilttoWinlng 7i*,<lwTn*
Nd whieh wtrs now
_t^%t,*M-i,ttm.
hsev.nor tight feet
-jd-**-li although Mr.
•T,e*fiidi!d with
•v. »■, tht follow.
Mhe natation of
""" wt*m
i measure for
toasHot f.s
of tht go,.
•|«iionto
ll erotn
grants numbered 01 and 08, issued to
D. S. Smith and U. B. Annus, and
dated 13th February, 18861 Will adequate sums be placed on thee.ti-n.tes
to put in repair the following roads:
Road from New Westminstor to Fort
Moody, road from New Westminster
to Vanoouver ? Is it the intention of
the government to place a sum on the
estimates for building a new court
house at New Westminster?
Mrf Turner gave notice lhat he
would move the following: " Whereas, it appears that the govemment of
the United States of America content-
Slats taking early ateps for the better
dining of the boundary line which
separates the Dominion of Canada
from tho territory of Alaska, and
whereaa, in a minute passed by the
lieutenant governor in oouncil, dated
J uly22d, 1884, it is clearly and conclusively set' forth that the line to
which Great Britain is entitled to
claim under the treaty of 1825, ascends the western leg of Ilehm's canal
instead of Portland channel, as contended by the United States authorities, thereby securing to the crown a
very largo area of territory, together
with valuable waterways, now claimed
by tha United States; and whereas,
British Columbia has direct and paramount interest in a speedy and proper
adjustment and delineation of said
boundary; resolved, that a respectful
address be presented to his honor the
lieutenant governor, requesting that
his honor msy be pleased to represent to the Dominion govemment the
urgent importance of an early settle-
ment ot the boundary between Canada
and Alaska, and asking that British
Oolumbia may be represented upon
any commission whioh msy be appointed for that purpose,
. the BlghiH or Imbeciles.
Tfio bill introduced into tlie legislature by'Mr. 1. Davio, entitled "An
Act Respecting the Estate and to Control the Civil Rights of Imbeciles and
habitual Drunkards," provides that
any person who is proven to be imbecile, or a habitual drunkard, shall not
have the right to manage or dispose of
any real or personal estate. Also any
such person may, on petition by his or
her husband or wife, or by nny blood
relation, by marriage, or by any public
officer, presented before any judgo of
the supreme court of British Columbia,
be interdicted and declared incompetent to transact any business whatever.
Any person petitioned against, or any
person acting for him, may resist the
granting of such petition and may produce evidence in his own behalf.
The most fashionable dancing olass
in Philadelphia, the one to which the
infant swells belong previous to being launched a. "bud,," always ends
the evening with what is called "the
lut welti in the dark." Tilt IM >'
turned off, with tha exception of one
or two light, in one of tht chandeliers, whoa these innocents take their
final spin down the darkened hill.
Princo Bismarck recently said:
" Vou know quite as much as I do.
We live in a state of peace, but look
at tho Frenoh preparations, at the
building of barracks, the position of
Gen. Boulanger, and the constant outcry of the Frenon patriotic league during sixteen years, and then consider
what we have to fear from France.   -
Mrs. Anarchist—"I hear the folks
saying the eight-hour movement hat
succeeded."
Mr. Anarchist (sadly)—"Yes, the
bosses have given in "
"Well, what are ynu so blue about
now ?"
"I'm afraid I'll—I'll have to go o
work."—OmoAa World.
Littlo Dot—"Mamma, Dick is kissing me."
Mamma—"1 am glad he likea you
so well, dear."
"But it isn't w'ight."
"Oii, it don't inatter, pot. What
makes you think it isn't right!"
" 'Cause nurse told papa so."—Oma-
ha World.
Work haa been continued on tho
Hudson Bay Railway all winter, and
41 milea of tho route aro now completed. All that has beon graded ia thus
finished, and as soon as spring opens
tho balance will be graded and track
laying resumed.
Tlie antimony mine near Ottawa haa
boen sold for $30,000. This is tho
second lead of antimony known to
oxiat iri Canada and contains the largest
percentage of antimony of any mine in
the world.
..> *
Prinoe Edward Island thia season
has exported 01,000 eases of lobsters,
mostly to Europe. They are valued at
half a million and involved tho alaugh
tor of 35,000,000 lobsters.
Time are th.ro kind, of dead a nun
may be—dead faint, dead drink, and
dead altogether.   Of these tho first is
tho best.— Fhiladtlphia Newt,
 ♦ -•-.-,	
Alaska ia growing and thore ia talk
of organizing it into a territory. It
has a seal already.—Buffalo Oonuntr-
cial Advertiser.
.,, .        *. >—
Cleveland Sun: Something peculiar
about a match—No Inatter nnw you
drop it it alwaya lights on ita head—if
it lights at all.
 , . .	
OH THK ROLUNO   DeKP.— First P«-
senger—Well, old boy, what'i up thit
afternoon. Second Pattenrer—All
but the toup.
 **-,	
Kentucky State Journal,' There's no
danger of the young man who goes to
iee hii girl .tnking for shorter noma.
The Great Frenoh llsa-edy, Dr. Le-
Duo'. Periodical Pills. These Pill, are
compounded from the purest drug., and
from thm only which are known to act
upon ene Generative Oram, lh Female..
They are first enclosed in an air-tight
capsule, and by thi. mean, made to retain their full atrangth for yean la any
climate. Aak ns for private eireular.
A. M. HtKRiNO *• ft 8. Corns ft Co.,
New Wctmuuteri T. McNeeley, Lad-
ner'.Landing| H. McDowell ft Co., Vanoouver; Phnbury * Co,| Hanalmo; TV
Pickard, Demnan Island; A. X. Johnson
ft Co., Chemalnut; R. B. Klchardwn
Cowichaai W.i B, McCartntyft/Bro.,
Vancouver and Kamloopa; Baiting. Saw
Mill Co., Vancouver; The Vancouver
Drug Co., Vanoouver; J. B, Lovell, Yale;
W. R. Megew, Priest Vallty; H. Clark
ft Co., Kamloops; LAiiaurftCo.,
wholesale eeente, Vletoris.   awttSstrfl *
Skiff 'Found.
FOUND ADBIFf AT NEW WEST-
minster on the SOtli January a Skiff
wlilcli the owner can have by proving
property and paying expenses.
dJnSlml
JAS. A. BONSON,
nity Kolel.
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel mt
purity,strength and wholeRomenesi, More
economical titan the ordinary kinds, and
cannot be sold In competition with the
multitude ot low test, short weight alum
o*r phosphate powders. Sold only In cans.
Royal Baking Powdbr Co., 106 Wall SU.
New York. 8tely
HACK FOR HIRE.
THE UNDERSIGNED lias established
himself ln tbe Oltv ol New Wostmlnstor with a FIRST-CLASS
COVERED CARRIAGE,
Which In open ftor Engagements al
very ■•derate Charges.
Orders left atthe Colonial Hotel or sent
by telephone, will be promptly attended
to day or night. Stable next H. Elliott's
JOB. OATES.
Telephone No. 30. mylte
The British Columbia
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
Furnishes all Kinds or Help
Free of Charge.
OUR BUSINESS ABENCY,
D
,0 YOU WANT TO DUY OR SELL A
Duslness, take a partner, eto.
PICKERING & CO.
OFFICE! Fort Rtreet, between Douglas
and Bronghton, VICIORIA, B. C. P. O
box 631. mb27
Wood and Goal.
THE SUBSCRIBED HAS ON HAND A
large quantity of
REST WELLIVGTOX LU11P COAL
And an assortment of
CORD WOOD,
Which he will sell at lowest rates.  He
will also promptly attend to all kinds of
Orders left at Mr. MeColl's storo on Columbia street, or at my house, Douglas
■treat, will meet with prompt attention,
HENRY ELLIOTT.
New Westminster B. O. JlylOto
NOTICE.
DOMINION LANDS.
PUBLIC NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN
that tlie undersigned Ib prepared to
receive applications and grnnt entries for
Surveyed Dominion Lands In Townships
9, 11, 12,18, 24, 38,40,41 and 4'.', New Westminster District.
Applicants must personally nppear before ilie undersigned, at tbe Dominion
Lund Offloe, New Westminster, tn make
the affidavit and pay the entry feo of 810
{inscribed bythe Regulations governing
he disposal of sueh lands.
H. B. W. AIKMAN,
Agentof Dominion Lands, D. C.
New Westminster, 24th Jan., 1887. dJa2Sm
•fcTOTIOB.
CANCELLATION-'RESERVE
lffOTICR IH HEREBY GIVEN THVT
i-1 the Reserve, notice win-roof wu nnb-
lUbed ln thu "British Columhla Gntette,"
nnd dated the 7th day of August) IBM, has
been cancelled by an Order of His Honor ~
tho Lleuteniinl-Movernor In Counell, ai
firovedon the flth day of December, ll 
n rw far as ll relates to the lands In New
Westminster District which constitute
the townsite of Hastings, Bnrrard Inlet,
for the purpose of Halo In lots or blocks at
puhllo taction, and for no other purpose.
WM. BMITIIE,
Chief Commlssionerof Lands A Works,
Lnnds A Worka Department.
Victoria, a C, December Sth, 1886,
d-dellm'l
NOETH
©QiM.'iF.^.isrsr
€a»Hal, t3.OOA.000;   losses
Paid, »48,OvO,000
Kiata.l>llained **MM»
Rates m Low •*• any other
Company doing Butineu
in BritUh Columbia.
tt Klaka promptly taken, and Lots,.
satlaiaotorlty adjuitoil.
■i T;R,^EAR80N,
tHlle <-*.C.a.**-.Ct.)A«**HIT.
IEEDS
TESTED
RELIABEL
. OATjuxwtt FREE fmnsmt
_ tlaiLto r "*■** inO-nam
IsmJUrii   R wnx MT TOV.   kttkm
ItEBLB BROS A CO.,
TORONTO, OHT.
NOTICE.
NOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
, 60 days after date we intend making
application to the Ciiief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for permission to purchase 040 acres of Timber Land, described
as follows;
Commencing at tho South East corner
or tho land applied for by us this dale on
the peninsula  between   Loughborough
Inlot and Phillip's Arm, mainland of
British Columbia; thenco East 40 chains.
South 80 chains, West 80 chains, North 80
chains, East 40 ehnins, to polntof commencement.
Now Westminster, D. C, Dec. 22,1886,
ROYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
(Limited).
d-de23m2     John Hendky, Manager.
UOTIOB.
NOTICE IS HEREDY GIVEN THAT
60 days after date we Intend making
application to the Chief Commissioner of
LandB nnd Works for permission to purchase ahout Six Hundred acres of Timber
Land, described aa follows:
Commencing at n stake set on tho Easterly shore I ine of a lake on the mainland
of British Columbia, about 2% miles easterly from a point on the Eafit shore of
Loughborough Inleh whioh point bears
about due East from Beaver Croek; thenoe
East 80 chains, South 40 chains. East 40
chains, South 40 chains, East 40
chains, South 40 chains, West nbout 40
ehains, to shore line of Inke; thenco
Northwesterly along shoro line of lake to
point of commencement.
New Westminster, B. C, Dec. 22,1830.
ROYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
(Limited).
d-de2,'lm2      John Hkndry, Manager.
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE CGMP'Y.
I Old Broaii Bt. and 16 Pam. M tu,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED ig08.
FOR INSURING HOUSES k OTHER
Building., Good., Wares, Merchandise, Manufacturing and Fanning Stock,
Ships in Port, Harbor Or Dook, and the
Cargoes of suoh Vessels; also, Ships building and repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable rivers and canals, and
Gooda on board such Vessols, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FROM LOSS OR DAMAGE BT FIRE.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
•61,600,000 STG.
Rates of Premium and every information can be obtained on application to
W. J. ABMSTB0NG,
Agent for New Westminster.
Ir-TOTIQE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
30 days after date we Intend making
application to tbe Chief Commlssionerof
Lunds and Works for a Lease for Umber*
lug purposes of the following described
[amis on the Lillooet River nbove Harrison Lake: '
Tract Na 1-Commencing at tho Northwest corner of Purcell's claim; thence
Norlh 40ohalns, West 40 chains, North 40
chains, West 40 chain-*, Norlli 40chains,
West 80 chains, Nortii 40 chains, Enst 1*0
chains, Mouth 40 chains, East 40 chains,
Houth 40 chains, East 40 chains, South 80
chnins; thence to point of commencement; said tract containing 1280 acres,
more or less.
Tract No.2—Commencing nt a post set
on the East side of smnll lako about two
miles from Port Donglas; thence East 40
chains, North 00 chains. West 40 chains,
North 40 chains, West 40 chains, North 40
chnins, West 80 chains, South 40 ohalns,
Enst 40 chains, South 100 ehulns; thenoe to
lake, meandering around hike to place of
commencement; said tract eontulning
1280 acres, more or less.
Tract No. 3-Commenclngat a post set
on the right bankof Lillooet Rivera short
distance above Its mouth; thence West80
chnins, North 40 chains, West 40chains,
North 40 chains, West 40 chnins, North 90
chnins, East 60 chains, South 40 chains.
East 40 ehulns, South 40 chains, Eust40
chains, South 40 chains, East 20 chains.
Soulh to point of commencement: snid
tract containing 1360 ncres, more or less.
Tract No. 4—Commencing at a post set
on left bnnk of river ob»ut live miles
above Port Douitlas; thence North 80
chains, West 40 chains, North 40 chains,
West20 chains, Norlh 40 chains. West 40
chains. North 40 chains, West 40 chains,
South OOchalns,East 40 chnins, South 40
chains, Enst 20 chnins, South 40 chains,
East 40 chains, South 40 ehains, Enst to
commencement; said tract containing
1200 acres, more or less.
Tract, No, 5—'Commencing nt n post on
left batik of Llllloet River, about 11 miles
from Port Douglns; thenco Nortii 130
ohalns. West 40 ohalns, Notth 60 chains,
West 40 chalni-, North 40 chnins, West 40
chains, South 40 chains, East 20 chains,
South 80 ehulns, East 20chains, Sooth flu
chnins, East 40 chains, South 40 chains;
thence Eust to point of commencement;,
suld tract containing 1440 acres, more or
leu**.
TrucL No. ft—Commencing nt post on
right bank of river ubout half inllo nbove
tract No.fi; thence West 80chains.North 20
ohalns, West 60 chains, South 20chains,
West 40 chains, North 80 chains, East 40
chains, North 20 chains, East oo chains,
South 20 chains, EastBOchalns, South to
point of commencement; snid traot containing 1440 acres, more or lent,
Tract No, 7-(,'oinmenelng a the N. W.
eornerof trait No 6; thenoe Westtttchalni.
North 40-ohalns. West40 ehulns, South 40
chains, West 40 chains, South 41 chains.
East 80 chains, South '20 ehains, Eust BO
chains, North lo polntof commencement;
snid tract containing 060 acres, more or
less.
Tract No. 8-Commonclug at a post set
on tlie right bunk or river abont half mile
bolow Scucum-cliuek; thenoe Soutli 120
chains, Wost 40 chains, North 40chains.
West 20 ehulns, North 80 chains,West 20
chnins, Norih 40 chnins, East 80chains.
South to placo of commencement;.said
trnctcont«lnlng980acres, moroorless.   '
Tract No. O-Commenclug at n post sot
on left bank of river, about three miles
nliov" tract No. 8: thence North 80 ohalns,
Wesl 40 chains, North 40 chains. West 80
ehulns, south 80 ohalns, East 40ohilnsa
South 40 chains, Enst to point of commencement; containing 1120 aores, more
or less.
Tract No, lO-Cuinineuclni at a post set
on right bankof river, half mile below
large crock; thence South 40 «halns.West
40 olinlns, Soulh 40 ohalns, West W chains.
North to cimlns, East 100 chains. South
to point of commencement! i said tract
oontnlnlnglOHiucres.moreor less. ' • wi
Tract No. ll-Cummenciog at a post set
on east side of TensssLake: thence East
60 chains, North l20chalns,West JWchalns,
North 80 chains. West to lake; thenoe
along lako to placo of commencement;
snid tract containing 1000 acres, moro or
loss, _    ,
Tract No. 12-Com mending at a post set
on east side of Lillooet Laky thenoe East
40 ohalns, North 40 chains. East 40 chains.
North 80chains, West 40ohalns. North«
chains, West to lake; thenoe along lake
to point of commencement; said tract
containing looo acres, moro or less.
ROYALCITY PLANWO MILLS CO,
(Limited).
JOHN nENDRY, Manager,
New Westminster, Feb. Kfc, Wt.    rtfeftn
ln the matter or tbe Estate of Janes 8.
Harrfa, deceased laluUte.
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE
Iuto Jos. B. Harrfs are required to
pay the amounts forthwith to the undersigned; and all persons having claims
against tho estate of the said J.S.Harris
must forward tbe same to the undersigned
on or before the 15th March, 1887.
E, A. JENNS,
dfoliml .   Administrator.
ItTOI'lOJB.
Iu the natter of Ike Estate mt S«itiraa<-
ton,an Indian, deceased Intestate.
, LL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE
i late HmU Sranton are required to pay
...e amount forthwith tothe undersigned;
and all persons having claims against the
estnte of the said Snat Sranton mast forward the same properly proved to the undersigned, on or beforo the 15th March,
1887 ■
E. A. JENNS,
dfoliml Administrator.
tnV
What Pmsiouni S»y Ajout thi
STARR KIDNEY PAD.
"Treatment by Absorption has'for tome
time been recognised by Medical Men to
be the most simple and effectual means
of conveying lo Diseased Oiguns, "Curatives," but i n coses of Kidney Disease and
Complaints attendant thereon, successful
treatment was practicably Impossible until the introduction of uie Starr Kidney
Pud. It costs less than a single prescription and ts immeasurably more decitive
and effective than any quantity ef internal
Medicinal doting. Worn Immediately over
the seat of Disease, Its curative properties
hecomo absorbed by tbe diseased and enfeebled Organs, continuously and directly,
ns required, to Insure in return their healthy action and original vigour. It is comfortable tothe patient and pleasant ln its
effects, and cures when nothing .else, can,
The Starr Kidney Pod accomplishes positive, decisive results. A- mofe,'valu*ible
discovery as a true remedy for Ki-mey
Diseases was never made.—Medieal Gatette
Tbe Starr Kidney Pad, manufactured
ln Toronto, is n permanent suro cure tor
diseases, disorders and ailments of the
Kidneys, Bladder and urinary secretive
system, or attendant complaints, causing
pnin ln the smnll of the back, sides,etc,
firoduclng urinary disorders, such as too
requent, scanty, difficult, painful or.copious micturition. Inability of retention and
sedimentary urine, dropslcnl symptoms,
etc., denoting the presence ln the system
of diseases common to the urinary secretive orgnns—known ns gravel, catarrh of
tho bladder and passages, Bright's disease,
diabetes, dropsy, piles, nervous debility,
etc. Send for pamphlet to LANGLEY &
CO., Wholesale Agents, Victoria. Retailed by A. M. HERRING and D. B.CURTB5
T.   MCNEE*
  ....„ _ MCDOWELL
A CO., HASTINGS SAW MILL CO., THE
VANCOUVER DRUG CO.! Vancouver;
W. E. MCCARTNEY A BRO.,VAncouvor
and Kamloops; J. B. LOVELL Yale: W.
a MEGAW, Prlcat Valley; H. CLARK A
CO., Kamloops. dwse28yl
tt CO., New Westminster; T.
LEY, Ladner's Landing: H. Mot
TESTIMONIAL!
Vancouver, 23rd June, 1886.
MR. G. ROBERTSON, '
Representing Ooldlo 4 McCqlloch,
Gait, Ont
"tt '■! i ur ui
Sir,—We tho undersigned having .witnessed the terrible Are which wiped oat of
existence the young oity or Vancouver,
on the 18th Inst., have, after the fire, examined the safes sold by you, some of
which were put to the most severe test,
having heen surrounded, by.large; quantities af lard and bacon, and wo are pleaued
to testify to tho remarkable manner' tn
which every Safe sold by you preserved
its contents, not only books and papers,
but also thousands of dollars ln paper
monev were taken out ln perfect condition, We can,, therefore, with the greatest confidence, recommend tliem as thoroughly Are proof;
L. A Hamilton, tor the Canadian Paoifio
Railway Company: M. A. MacLean,
Mayor: John J. Blake, stipendiary Magistrate; Rlch'd. Alexander, Justice of
Ihe Peace; John Boultbeo.PolleeMagistrate, Cityof Vancouver; Thomas Dunn,
Justice of tho Peace; Isaac Johns, Col,;
Edward E. Rand, Real Estate Broker;
R, Balfour, Alderman; John Rankin,
Real Estate Broker: Pither A Edson,
Royal Hotel:. H. P. Keefer, Contractor,
C. P. R,; J. W. McFarladd, Port Moody,
to Vancouver and English Boy; P.JJ.
Innes A Oo., Real Estate Broken; A* W.
Ross, Real Estate Broker; Gravely A
Spinks, Real Estate Broken; R, O. Ferguson, Mgr. R. C. P. Mills. JeSOto
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
Printing   Company
(x.xacx'T-aDJ
ON THE 10TH OF JANUARY, 1887,;
tho Columbian Newspaper ami1
Printing Concern wns purchased by a
joint stock oompany composed of aitisens
ot Kew Westminster, to bo known as thi
"British Columbian Printing Co.,
Limited,." The concern has been for
nearly a year owned and controlled by
the British ColumUa Stationery and
Printing Company, of Ndw Wettnrinsttr,
Viotoria and Vancouver. The, object of
the new company is to continual tha publication of the British Columiuan news*
paper and carry oh a sencral printing and
publishing concern, controlled entirely by
thoso whose individual interest it wiU be
to promote the development, especially
of the Mainland. Thoro will he no
slackening of thc energy hitherto displayed in the management of the establishment", and its patrons may rely upon
receiving fall value for their money.
The Columbian will continue to be en*.
tirely independent in, both Dominion ind
provincial politics, and will devote itself
to the advancement of sncii schemes ns
may bo considered in the public interest.
The concern is now entirely sep&mWfroM
any other busineu, the - book and
stationery establishment in thii city
having been taken over by Mr, T. R.
Pcarson, who will continue to. cany It on
In liis own name and for his own btoefit.
It is desirable thnt a dally > newspaper
should be maintained in this city, and
tho new company asks for publleptrtwn-
age on the ground that it is engaged In
an enterprise calculated to promote, tha.
public welfare. It asks that tht .Col*
umbian bu judged on its own merits and
supported only so long as Its policy Inconsistent with its professions. In consequence of this businessi change all' accounts duo the concern must be'sottled
without delay so that the boohs of; the
former company, .may be adjusted and'
closed. Address alliotoimunicatlons and
remittances to
■  :     i). ROBSON* Manager.
New Wefitadnster, Jan. 28r-«f-""     ''
New Westminster, Coal Harbor
and Seattle Koute.
W1
(J. W. TARTK, Master.)
ILL LEAVE SEATTLE EVERY
m«i-*4a* HanriBcatlCelMk, for
Bear Westminster and Coal Harbor, via
Port Townsend and the Island.; arrives at
Kew Weatmlnater on Friday forenoon
leave, for Coal Harbor about two hoar,
afterward.; Lav.. OOAL HARBOR Iri.
«-*f NUM for Seattle,
mttklperMa, am
Special rate, to marohante.      aplOtc
ASSOCIATION,
Snaraalee l.pM.l	
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Off^e.-Toronto; Canada
a homeHmny.
This Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in it from the following
FAGTS:-^
Tho Security offered to policy holders li
unsurpassed by any Company doing business ln Canada,
It has no schemes of Insurance, but the
woll-estnbllshed tines, henee the polioy
holders cannot be misled as to their con*
Ita statements'to the publie ban be readily understood, Its cash statement showing every Item of Income and how expen-
Its position Is ascertained annually from
a detailed valuation In whioh every Item
of liability Is included.
Its progress has been unexampled in
the history ot Insurance In Canada.
Its policies are Indisputable after three
years, and non-forfeltable after two yean'
existence.
Its profits are distributed upon an equitable basis. The proflts to one class of
polioy holders ara not lessened to give
larger proflts to any other olass, which
method aflbrds superior advantages Over
the uniform bonus plan of distribution.
Literal Condltleas aa la BcsMeu»aa«
J. K, MacDONALD,
Managing Director.
T. R. PEARSON & GO.
Aienla, New Weatmlnstet
Je74sa»allernata.
«®-THAT-3Wr
WANT.
$1,25 -of the- $1125
DISTRICT OF
JOST ISSUBD BY
Price, $1.26.
Thb Map has betn produced at
great cost, and givas • vast amount
of information never before available reapeoting the matt important
distriot in the Province.
Hie sew Map shows the latest
•urveyi, the latest roads, the line of
the 0. P. R. tnd oxUmiiona
BUY A COPY.
'    VUaUBHIDBY
RAND BROS.
bmi isiate, iMfninee M
rinincni Agents,
NEW WEBTMINBTBIt, VAHCOUVCR
AND VICTOBIA.      ,
FOR SALE AT
T,R. Pearaon iiCo's
;    NIW WfSTHHRTf R AND VMKKIMt.
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COMMgROjAL
PRINTING
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Every Description
WtOJIPTLY KKCOISP :,
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FIRST-CLA«S STYLE
Bill Heads,
Circulars,
Letter Heads,
Festers,
Programmes,
Legal Blanks,
And all Sorts eiBisin
or Colored Work.
.ii
f\Vtt FACIUIIKS FOB I
COMMEMULWIHTIHI
Are (ar beyond thos. of aa* Mkaxssaat. \
Ushaunt on tha Mainland, .nd *Hi -ttm '
will oonpara hvarabl* wtth,lMi* Ml'
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