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Array ■tytovttitWliWHJU
iallB.'friti9h^olawl>wa
WMUseular Kvealati, nWaaber W. ISM.
gh»g of Lata! have won
th, sarkiitv* battle thiyharebfen
for nine months fighting againat the
owners qf the knitting mills throughout central Ww YqcV The manufacturers refused to wnploy work
people wbo were coftnectcd with the
Knights of Labor, and work has
been suspended for nine weeks. The
tax of supporting fifteen thousand
idle poople was a heavy one, and
strained the resources of the Knights,
butT«AqfMt a9HlM^!#l
funisp^ipymptl
they nave forced the manufacturers
to make terms with them and recognise them,*7)j)(«n(r«i( ilfiftMss.
b*litojieai%.rw»J4nil»t»Vy 'expedition to relieve Eroin Bey, this is
who the Bey is. Dr. Eroin Bey is
a German untujfiilist, isolated, with
a fewy^LdT%fit*gro
troopsrarrVvaiiyiy, near Gondokoro,
on, the Nile, about 900 miles beyond
Kiartoum. "' For more than three
and a half yoars he has had little
communication with' the civilized
vroildi though npnrilv looking,to
Euroj,tf> Mj>. : Ho hal lost his
speoiinehiJof natural history,:ibot
preserves the results of hit geographical work. Savage hordes
surrgmd him, one tribe of 100,000.
being ilataptyi armwl with muskets>
TJilo ;is.i#.V»li pfrrnan *w'*s >M;
lower of 'Oarofeii. Jf 1 relief
doei not reach him Wadyly may
become another Khartoum.—Chicago Inter-Ocean.
||. BlaRe mid ftonlMiloii.
0 '■    * «2~~*  .'•" '■' *■■'•
There Sre time, whert a blunder
i'rjj mmlic an, a. *„ m, a* e-«.
OFFICE:' MoKensle Street, next door to
Drill Shed,
RESIDENCE: Asnes .Street, third house
from Mar-Street. '    F<iH
OFFICE HOURS: 10 to 12; 2 to 6; 6:30 to 8.
d-di'lSto      -,	
is really worse i'iui a crime. Mr.
Blake" Is^oneW xtieWat obfi'sctai-
tious o< men, but la has committal
a moral blunder whioh,' dnlris'
Heaven fohiiidf may easily prove
inore mischievous to his country
than ten thousand oriiuci. lie has
thrown, his mighty, moral inttuenae
on the side of the liquor makers ani
liquor sellers, every one of whom
will rejoice exceedingly in liis attitude on the" prohibition ' question.
He has tluuttn hi: mighty imoral
weight) in the path of prohibition.
Por every broken life and eve v
broken heart over which the country will have to wetipdorlhgthat
poitpotiHinent, Mr. Blake will be
morally responsible. He has theories of Uw and he follows them; he
.reikis SibJ rddn) iniis(re»s«nijig for;
therfjrjiicluslohs reached by men who
are' ftjually' si woHc'toylngte save
men, who have labored in anguish
for the purpose, who have tried
moral suasion till it seemed posi-
tiv.ly loolisti in the presence of
licensed temptation.. Hero are, on
the one.iirfeiih.Wjibleholtof the
religious and the benevolent who
have' been forced to the conclusion
that so long as temptations are publicly, and with, the countenance of
the community, held forth to our
growingboys,!so long willaprouoi-
tion of tliem be brought jo ruin,
iind so long will the community be
responsible for that ruin. On he
other side are the Sybarite philosophers who deplore evil ut & di*.
tance and l\:i\(j thoorioi .uboufc'it,
and the ' t ram. moralists who
glibly proclaim themselves lhe true
temperance reformers. Thii deep
anil, nettled conviction of all the religious classes counts for nothing
with Mr. Blake against some theory
of his. But what sort of even
theoretic righteousness ia tliere iu ii
system by vihich the state licenses
mills tobe feci day by day with tlw
bright youth of tlie land nml remorselessly to. crush their souls out,
and receives revenue from ihis des
traction. When the earnest women
of Ohio had labored long and vainly,
for the salvation of those who. were
dear to them and those whom they
pitied, ;they> went 'with earliest!
words and muoh prayer to the tavern-keepers, thinking that if they
only saw thn evil they "ereilluing
they would desist. ' With la few exceptions, which made no portnuncut
difference in the volume of the business, these simply replied that they
had paid for their licenses,'- Their
business and tbey individually syerei
guaranteed respectable by the state,
and as long as this was done and
thoy.i ker' w>thin the law no one
had any fault to find. What could
these women then do but turn to
their own husbands and; brother,
and sons and plead with them tliat
this publio infamy should no longer
be permitted, lt is for a oontinu
anee of this iniquity that Mr. Blake
has declared.' As was said, to Queen
Esther when a similnr license system' hSwP'i 'W#HtnI ffijW
destruction of her people, salvation
will arise to' the people frbm'aflOtnjr
quarter.-—-tfo'iifrslrf 1ft ftiess. "
' i—JU1 iailsli-iii-J-a-il	
\«WOLF SMITH, M. D.
OFFICE-Clarkson Streot, opposite rear
entrauoe«^Oon>nlal Hotel. ,
OFFICE ilOUIta—10 a. m. tola noon; 3
U>5i «nd6:»to8p. m.   , -        dnolOte
H.
a.COOPER, B. A.,M. b„
ri&if8I«rA.N *BirtlOETO'
OFFIOE ud BESIDENCK-Church St.
(next door to Farmers' Home), near
... Columbia St., New Westminster, B.O.
OFFICE HOURS-8to 10a. m.: Ito3and
UOI*tp.n. Calls In town and coun-
' i   it?pWmplly attended to. (eac
D
R. V. WELSH,
.t>fiSTiwr,'X   ,~jf■■:.,'
Y .ava ...    .      I-C colonial Hotel,
SewWestminsIor,RC. ap28te
C|»'5
Itore,
arll.*„.	
. Westminster.
<s Drill
Store, Coin mlii.Hi.Ji
Hours-OtolSi 1:9010 7.
Will visit Chilliwhack the lirst Monday
and two (ollowing days In each month.
!...»» ..traWed.   aul2
"Ff**11
ioi^*»|t%i,-Kij f-?
BARRISTERS,
SOLICITORS, ETO
Offlee, Mekenilo Stroet, Mew Westminster,
»nd Va.noou.ver, B. C.     ... ,v,   JyHldwtc
lit   MOllMaK BOLE,
BARRIiniirl-AT-L^W.     f, ■;
Lnnd Agent. Monoy to Loan.
Columbia Street.
telle New Wostmlnstor, B.O.
—— ^—^T—* ■-■ 1
HTT>«»DRI(»II,
[AND  AfJBNf; ACi-AOiH'MKi
Ito McKensle Street, N. W.
AH. HOWSE,
,    Formerly Howse, Hill 4 Rlokniau,
boss toannuunc.' that he will resume bu.-
Incus*.;, {ij i • .'.' ■ ;,; :'.
i Sanrey.r, Kisil l:.lnlrBrek*r .sill '■
ttmveyancer
Otuuid alter the21..I instant.   Otlice, New
Caledonia Hotol, Murray HI., I'ort Moody,
™t»to
T.
J. TftApiV
AUOTlOMSfirt ANDAPPHAISKK,
Cnlumbla strt<pt, New Wsatmtniter
A (ulplfcMot Utwliau HytnniU liut
rVli miiiRylwbinti wil! reoclvo prompt
.tid cantful uttfti'lun. Bmt raferaneei
given when required. mhllVto
W. D. FERRIS,
ItAIHl. 1USS and OEHERAL MBIT
Rent and Debt Collector.
8RVKRAL GOOD FARMS TOR BALK.
Anal r.r Ike TBAI'ElEK'a LIFE aa*
AKIOSJII I.ISIIBAHCR COSirAilY,
,    ,       ■.rll.rd.  C,».
OFFICR:-F«rris StreetiN.W Westmin.
elery ;,.,:''     :'.(i|-      , .    tell,:
kTuAirftthaUo
LAND SURVEYORS,
tteul Estnte, Iiisiranee and
Coirimlssloh Ajtento.
fl«, ll«, AOOIKNT * aUffliK HhWMNOt
COLOMBIA STREET,
Telephone XI.        SU" vrKSTMIKSTCK.
'    ' dolsto
PITT & CO.,
Real Estate, Mining
AND MONEY BROKERS,
,    -l,SD-
Gener»l Qommisslon &.g'ts
VAN06UVER, B.C.
LOANS NEGOTIATED.
!  ■      te27to'' -; I"   i.'  '
RAND BROS.
pKA|.lBt'ATB BHOKVRI,
< om-eyii'itcers. OoU*etor»i '*
And I nun mnr e Agetatt,
OitltiM nt, VICTORIA: Fort Street.
p m«apK.nc«rr
M V'lScd^r!hT*oi**r>« street.
IIUILDIM LOTS ror sal. In nll sections
ot Vancoufcr and New Westminster City.
FARM (ANDS of superior quality for
dillliwhiiok,  Port Hammond,
"'^s.irttd^^sr-A'vfe
Mnp. aid Flans pjthlblted nml thi'Mil-
est liWurirAtion furnished at all ourottices
■  WO).
IC  ".V'-_'-"
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
W EltC HA NTS,
WUARP STRKKT • VICTOIUA.
' ^.ajBHTTB   IOB
North British and Mercantile
(nnrance (o. for Mainland.
H.C. BEET ON 4\ CO.,
36 Finsbury Circus,
London, E. C.
PAVILION
Skating Rink
L,t **. V^S..-5    m,tm,r.F.1
BH
THIS WELL-KNOWN HOLLER RINK
will ue open ns follows^.  M	
8ATTJRDAYB, 2 to 4 In thc nfturnnon,
and 7:30 to 10 In the evening,
Admlmltn t Oentlemen ISc.; ..Ijidies
free,   lite of Skates,25t*.   ... '  _■   i - '
, 1'cnoiiH wlslihut to secure the ltlnk for
Mlect rikhUng purtleK oan tin so on application. :.'r y
WINTEMUTE, OALBIOK A CO.
dnol2tn
THE CLARENCE
Corner YatetA Dott-gltis Street*,
VICTORIA, B. C.
FRANK C. RICHARDS. Jft.    -   -   -   LESSEE
rnoi
pile
m
ClasB In every festiVi-t    FbIIt mtp-
tiled with all iMVfuieuren or Mi "
URI8TO'HEADtiUAItTERH; FIRST
respect   tally mtp-
        ven.enf** or Medera
,„j«li. Ntwand Klegunt in all Its Ap-
polntrasnw.  Vrttx* Hndrrntr.
This magnificent Hotel Iti now optMi for
the reception of QueritK.
rNo pains will lie Himn'U by the man-
— *"  ..--Hftntn|If.
tloo'to
agement io make tills Hotel pleasant nntl
attractive.
Monumental!
HAMILTON
10RMEST., OPP. COURT HOUSE,
IS I'KKl'AHED   TO   FURNISH   ALL
klmts of MounwrMlal WorK.
Spe.olnlt Ies In Sootoli Gmntte nnd Italian
Marble.
Rough nnd Flue Sttine for IlulUilngi.
Agent.for llcllcr'* Ontaiuenlul PluHirr
Wo*^.;.   ,-■.,--.    \i '  .
Destgtifi rt-.-eh at iJcrrtpatftr's Shoe Slot p."'
P. O. Ilox 135, New WostmtnsU'r.    dnqlTtc
CHARLES WIURRftYjCOME and see!     i ok sale.
Look '..MwQl
V V     i.!      ' |
P VOU WANT
TO   MAKE  A XICB
r
XMAS OR NEW Yp'S
To a (ilorid or relative, go-doin-jifriOTIIt0
ftKY'S and look at fdmu ortliQMvxlrjl-
•nlliinry barmtlm. In      rr_\"-ky
Ladles' mid dsNtlenien's Oold and
Silver Halt hes,  Chains,
Charau, etc.. etc.
Or If you want a utt^ful onitiment for your
honsu, jxumiuo. those beautiful H>duy
Ntrlkiug (lockft, With cathedral songs.
He Is selling at BOTTOM PRICES.
Fine Watch KetwIrlHga SprcUlty, and
good workiiiHiKhlp guaiant*e<t.
•aTRemcmbet'  tho   place—lhe "Bluet
S!ote.»    j ■  .        .
X1. STIRSR.  ■ ■
tlwuu3yl- Columbia fft. Now West.
GUARDIAN ,*.
CLAHK80N STBEET,
Wfp.Ke.glmn Office, New Wnsl'r.
"APEH HANOINO, CLAZINC, KU80MININC, 40,
wall-paper;  ?
Tbe liugest usi-ortntent of Wall Paper
In thu City, t'oinprlHlng newest patterns,
always im imml at bottom.prices. S-iui-
plcH on view HttT. l(. Pearson AiCo.'B
Store, Columbia Hi. ' I'apcr hMugtHg at
ripoclttlly low rates. dsetStc
W. PROTHERO & GO.
MASHKACTU.8EB8 AND DEALEIIS IN
"AfJ, #ri#| tjkf FUBUPT^lEi.   ij,
*ar*To shop lately occupied by Mr. Curoy,
Columblastreet.
Call and examine our stoek and pricey
beforo buying. We ean't be HMDKKSOLU
IntlreoHy. Repairing of atl kinds neatly.
ilonaT-* >-      ; W» BROTHER-? A CO.
1 '* Jf .U
P. PEEBLES.
J, W. HECKLEY
Union Restaurant
COLUMBIA STREET,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C. j
MEALS AT ALL HOURS
ItlAY.OB.NIGliT),
Oysters Ih any Style;
Board bythe Day or Week.
Under the present muiuiRelnelit everything-will bciounil Hi-s|.p.|ass„sii(t prlees
arc extretnely low.    ' •
uiicilnd E. H. 1IAHKEB. Prop.
leni'y
OF.LONpON, EKCr:.
ARCHIE BURNS
1IEAI.EU   IN
Wood and Coal,
WHICH  WILL BE DELIVERED IM
nny purt of tlio City ttt luwi'Ht ,-ur-
rent ratea.
LIVERY AND FEED STABLE.
Ordera may be left at the Store ot W. II.
Burn*, cor. Columbia nnd Blackie Hts.
•Ueicral niarknaillti Hhop on Richard
■Slreet.oppoHltoK.C. Planing .Mills.
dno'JOto
Total Funds, $18,000,000
(iriiA.rai.'sr)
ESTABLISHED 1821
Risks Taken at Rates
as Low as any other
Reliable Comp'y.
T. R, PEARSON,
ilocTIc        111. C. R A P. Co.) AOENT.
THOS.  OVENS,
MANUFACTUREIt OF .
Blacksmith and Machinist
All Kinds ol Machinery, Patent Looks,
Slfoi, gewini Maehlucs, ko., ko.,
,        Repaired.
BLAOK8MITHINC
111 ull Ita branched.   Parmer*'. Log-jor*',
Mill and Cuntrnct Work; Aariettltural
Iinplomenta, and overyHilinc In tho
blnckimlth line made to order.
Having HPcured flnt-t'liuiH workmen, wo
feet eonndent of glvlug RutiHfactlou.
9f Hortte-ihooiitir a xpeclalty,
dw*Jly;Htc]   COLumtiA Br., Now wmt.
Wm. Ross
BOOTtSHOE
W.R. AUSTIN,
DEALER IN
A Urge .VMortmentof     lyo
DRY GOODS
-AND-
GROCERIES
i.ALWAYH ON HAND.
TmtB-y and Feed
WHOLKSALE AND RETAIL.
WIIOI* AXD fOAl, OKLIVKHKU TO
axv rxmt w thk env,
Vfe rnn t ro Kta'ftei dally,except Sunday*,
to Port Moody, carrying H.M.S. malla.
Aa no liquor or tobacco Is used we can by
temperate habits and careful economy
nerve the puhllo at especially low raw*.
dwieSOtc
(NEAR MERCHANTS'.SQUARE)
FURNITURE
MANUFACTURERS,    .
—AND—
UPHOLSTfRERS
Spring und Wool Mattresnus and
Bedding always oi hand.
. HAVE ON hand, the
muucat am* near aracK w nu
MTIRKOf Wk HAIlfUND.
Hardware Bedroom SultrK, In Ash,
ikeny, Waln«t,«r Mahoiany.
EtiUmnteH for Office,and Store Flitlugs.
Au experienced upholsterer haa been
engaged by thc Arm, who nre now prepared lodo nll klndaof work in thuup-
liohslery Huo.    -,   - A ,     n ■ dJIyUto
VV. H. HOLDEN,
HAVING TAKEN POSSESSION OF
'the "Temperance Honse"f.onting
on Columbia and Church Htwetn, opposite
the Episcopal' Church, and now known
aa the
FARMERS'HOME!
Will accommodate the traveling* public
at the following rules-
Board per day... „.$i 00
"      "  week  6 00
Single Meals..,, „,,..,     25
Betts ,     25
■*«_Good accommodation for Ladles and
families,     ... .    .  mytHc
C.
HAVINO ,1'AKEN ,
Lumlboni's BulldliiK, Front St.
o-.—if isnm   r-.-     <nr   n i
(PflMiKirlS' 6«oli()l«l by-Kylc ATIKob),-
IS  NOW READY
-. ■■ : . '.   t
to serve his cutstomers and everybody
with ni good a stock oca man wants to
eclect from, i .
Dry   Goods,   Crorerlea,   ProviKtonst
rrockrry, lilauware, B»«U. Ae, , ,
Come nrtd aee (he new place, and let us
know what you thlek of it,
dwoetoic c. Mcdonough.
E. HUTCHERSON,
NURSERYMAN A DEALERIN
Fruit find Ornamental frees*
UDNEire Landimo, B. O.
11HE SUBSCRIBER WISHES TO IN-
.   form tho people of British Columbia
that he has calahllahed a Nursery at Lnd-
ner'H Landing, and Is prepared to All
al} orders Tor Emit Trees, Ornamental
Twes, Shrubbery. Vines, Small Fruits,
AC Trees Imported or home grown according to the wishes of customers. The
subscriber has had n thorough practical
training'lh the builness, ana having a
_... . ........ ,_ *he omintry lt Is nls
subscriber han had a thorough practical
training'lh tlto builness, una *"
permanent sluke In theoount.,	
interest to deal fairly with the public. He
will wait upon the various towns and set-
tlemenls shortly, and all orders will have
i til* personal attention.
aul2tc E. HUTfcHERSON.
FASHIONABLE
Dressmaker
--■Uv
*H\t Bt'	
npHE> JlNDERSIONED HAH WBf
■ chaed the entire stock-in'trndi' and
buitlueaslf Archil* Burns corner Columbia A Blijkle Sts., and Is prepared fo «np-
ply thn pblln with nrxt-clatm Gnverks,
ProvlslnK, Dry Ooods, Ai:.,a(lotvest rates
A call iiiiolleii, ,
diinfflla   1.     - . W.n.BUHNK.
JUST ARKIVKDt
,000 STOCK
From the principal llrmies of Germany,
France  Unat Britain, the Unltwi
States and our great Pomtnlon,
509 LINES KEPT ON HAND.
CAM. AND SRE MV  STOCK BEFORE YOU PURCHASE.
1(1 II Md Shoes, Irani Me upwards,
feltftlltber Unoda A Yam-Tiiti
of all kind..
l«dlM' t Stlls' Kll|ipi>ra f ir Xmaih-;
tile lo.'sliest uvsr teen.
il Llnin «r Ladlr»•, Jllsies1 sV Vhtld-
ren's loot*.
WM. ROSS,
lolnnhl IMrltM <tk.« nliunlt'n Mt.
GUNSMITHS.
OUNS,RIFL£S,
. —AND	
REVOLVERS
Of All rjtsrrlatl.as.
Misj T&clde.    Uar bim
POWDER AND SHOT
(ALI, KINI1SI.
CARTRIDGES, SHELLS anii
RELOADING TOOLS.
The Gas Company
respectfully inform
the Public that they
are prepared to do
Gas Fitting at lowest
possible rates consistent with good workmanship.
A supply of FIXTURES, GLOBES,
Ac, now on hand.
3t^r Orders, may De left at
the Company's Office, Holbrook Stone Building, or at
RAND BROS.
J, L. STAMFORD,
(I-JI.V3IM MANAOEll.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN -THAT
30 days after date we Intend liiiikinc
application to the Chief Coin in lusln tier of
Lands and Works for a leane tor timber-
111* purposes of ihe following described
lands In Coast District:
(1.) Commeneinjr nt a stake set at the
head of Sidney nny ou West shore of
Loughborough Inlot; thence West HO
chains, South 100 chains, East to Northerly shore line of Reaver Creek; thence
Kiiitterly following shore lines of Beaver
Creek nnd Sidney Rav to point of com*
monoement, exclusive of the "
Douglas St.,
near Agnes,
NEW "WESTMINSTER.
i) Indian Held d
Dun
Ileal
SPECIAL   PRICES   FOR   LARGE
QUANTITIES OF AMMUNITION.
_«r All Hall orders will lw sent c.o.h,
ne ate pr> pared U tl* all klndM ..r «
Wark nad ■ny'hlii.t III Ike meekaitl
Ime.   Al' «ark mm ran Iced,  linns (itiur-
ile or hr^ch'trntdlini) ta Iri by ike day ar
week'.  Ainu, Bout* fur hire.
CUKNtif. (Ill «lll A COLUMBIA HTS.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
The \t\\ linn ••lore,'    ; . diio2te
Hli:iHllNI III. CAllll'IVl!   ui          	
serve contained therein; said described
tract containing nhout one thousnnd
acros. p
(2.) Commencing rtt the North West cor-
nerof the clnlm already applied for by
us nnd described as Tract No, 2 In on nd-
vertiseincnt Inserted bv us In the "British
Columbia QnEeite,'' dated Nnveinber iWh,
A. 1). 188(1; thencn West ia chains, Norlh
4t)chBlt,s, East -10 ohalns, North to shore
llneof a small lake; thence along Houth
shore line thereof, Easterly hi the North
Enst end thereof, thenee Hast 40 ehains,
South toshorc llneof Hamming Bay Lake;
thorioe Southwcslorlv- uIoiiji hike to a
point due South of where the lar-t South
course as aforesaid intersects said lake;
tlienee Soulh 40 eliulnH, West. 40chains,
moro or less, .tothe Norih Enst, corner of
leiiho applied fnr November -l.ilh, A. D.
1HH0, as aforesaid.
Now Westminster, B. C, Dee. it, ItfSft.
ROVAL CITY PLANING MlLTflCO.
(Llmlte-i,   ■
d-dt'2-liul      John TIrnury, Manager.
E8TABLI8HKB 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Hearty Opposite He Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THK  LARGEST  AND   CHOICEST
assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on baud, and supplied to Families, Restaurants, and Steamboats at the
LOWEST rOSSTBLK PRICKS.
THE LEASE, FIXTURES AND STOCK
of that well-known Variety Store
next the Holbrook House, Front Rtreet.
doclgtc
Farm for Sale!
4
N IMPROVED FARM FOR 8AI.E
_ cheap, and ou easy terms, with or
ithout the stock.
M. NICHOLSON,
dwoc7tc Honut Lehman P. O.
FOR   SALE
ONE-HALF-INTEREST IN theLANO-
leyRuw and Planing Hill; mill in
 '-          Vk    "
good order.
premises to ■ M. WEBT.
Or, Messrs. DRAKE, JACKSON,
aplStc * HELMCKEN, Victoria.
For particulars apply on^the
FOR_RENT.
FROM THE FIRST OF NOVEMBER-
an 8-roomed Houae on Agnes Street;
Alao-From the First of December—a
large Store, with baiiement, on Colnmbia
Street, centrally situated.'
Apply to
'     HENRY V. EDMONDS.
doc23tc .    Land Agent.
Por Sale!
1 SPAN DARK BAY MARES, 1 and G
1 years old; go *
touble.
_ stay' Heme. 8yet_ ,  „	
double; nice ladles' or gents' saddle bone;
,  years old; good travellers; worn single
tr double.
11 my Heme, 8 years old; worksiilngleor
Bry gentle.
I <*seated Baggyi 4 springs; nearly new.
S tmrnn mt Ttawtiiy Hay on North Arm,
Fraser river,
95 bbli. Salt Salman, i hsIMtklx. Mil
SalsaarnKdllleB,
Also—Oae aad oae-alnlk lnteresl Ira
t'lty Water Cerapaay.   ,  I
, . , . W. J. FRENCH.
New West., Nov. llth, 1888.      ttwnattto
rIE  UNDERSIGNED OFFERS   FOR
Mlebli    .    .
Lot, wiih 8-roomed Dwelling House.
Situated on Columbia Street, next the
Roman Catholic Church. Comprises large
Drawing. Dining,1 Bed Rooms, and Kltob-
v„, rati try, Scullery, Bath Room, And
Wash House; Three-stalled SUhle/Hav
Loft. Carriage House,and extensive Wood
Sheds, Ac Plentiful supply of gOod
Spring Water. Lawn, Flower nnd Fruit
Gardenti; splendid view, healthy location;
very suitable fora large family.
Applyto "
dMle2tc?' HENRW. EDMONDS.
iTOTIOB.
3JTOTIOB.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN  THAT
XX application will he made to the Leg*
islattve Assembly of the Province of Rrl*
ttih Columbia, at Its next loptiioii, foran
Aet incorporating the applicants with
sufficient powen to enable them to reclaim certain lund iltuate In the District
of New Wetttinlnster hi the Province of
British Cnltimbla,whk'h mav be described
as all thorn1 tract* of mar»h and ineailow
land being subject to ovi>rflo\v,and Isolated
portions nf upland oomprlned wllliln the
bonndarles of the same, 'rounded as foi*
lowi,vli.:
First, Westwardly and Northwardly by
Pitt River and Lake; Southwardly Ly Fra
ier Kiver: and Kuxtwardty by the main uplands of TnwiiKhipsfl, 12, aud43,uf ({roup
One, New Westminstor District,
VTOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN THAT
XX ea application will be made to the
Legislative Assembly of the Province of
British Columbia at Its next lesston
for an Act to Incorporate a Company to
build, maintain and operate aline of Railway from some convenient point ln or
near the City of New Westminster to
some convenient point near tbe 48th
pttrullel of North latitude, between Semiahmoo Bay and Township 16, tn the Diatrlct of New Westminster, Province, or
British Columhla.
New Westminster,24th November, 1898.
'     CHAS. WILSON,       '•
dno26w6 Solicitor for Applicants.
aiTOTlCE.
WHEREAS I HAVE BEEN APPOINT-
ed receiver of all the personal estate, eflects and credits, including book
debts and all other ohoses In action due
or accruing due to William Isaacs of Port
Hammond, by virtue of an order In the
County Court of Victoria, dated Uie 21st
day of September, 1880, all personB are
hereby warned from receiving, taking Into possession or holding auy of the said
estate, or trom paying to the said William
Isaacs, his agents or servants, any mon*
Ies, or fr>m disposing or ln any deal
ing with said estate.
It Is also provided by tl .......... .-...
all persons Indebted tothe snid ©s'ateor
having in their pouesiion anyeffeeUof
the said estate (other than what haa been
legally disponed of), nre to pay, deliver or
account for tho same to me.
T. J. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Rherlft.
New Westminister, B. C.
Ool. 27th, 1888. dwoc2Ttc
NOTIOE.
FT
edlo
IS HONOUR THE I.IRITTENANT-
_ Governor In Counell has been picas-
lo make the following Rule of Courti-
I. There shnll be a vacation of the Snp-
remo Court from Friday, the 24th day of
Due-ember, l^Hfl, until TnoBda)', the 4th day
ofjanuary, \Stl, both dales ineliuive; and
during snob period no pleadings shall
be delivered or actloiu. tried.
By Command.
.TNO, ROBSON,     ■
Provincial Secretary.
Provinoial RecroMrv's Office,
Vlelorhi, D, C. Deo. 82nd, 1WB.
tl-deimd
Second. Easiwardlv by Pitt River and
Lake, and Weutwardly -—' "—**- "-
by the Coquitlam Rive   	
orTownslrtpsW, 40. and4t. of Grout*. One,
d Westwardly and Northwardly
iqultlnni River uud the upland
In New Westminster District aforesaid,
and Southwardly by the Fraser River.
And for imposing charges or hrkcsk*
ments upon such of thc said lands as may
have been granted by tho Crown, proportionate to the benefit which may be derived therefrom, to satisfy the cost thereof, upon suoh terms nnd oubjeet to such
conditions as maybe Just and for enabling the'applicants to acquire and hold ;
any such lands.whethor grunted, bythe
orown or not, upon such tenns and conditions ns shall seem just.
Dalcd at New Westminster the 25th dav
of November, 1888.
CORBOULD A McCOLL,
d-deSwfi Solicitor* for Appl Icunts.
Every Man to his Own Business
-&..   FEELS,
PRACTICAL
CHEMIST& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(Ol'l'   COLONIAL IIOTKL),
NKW   WESTMINSTER,   B. 0.
Notice of Co-Partnership.
I  HAVE  THIS  DAY  TAKEN   INTO
Partnership Mr. W. Cnssltly.   The
biiHlni'ssIn future will lie ctirrleil on un*
der the name of W. H. Vionuan A Co.
tli H. VlENNAN.
New Westminster, Doe. lst, 1880.   d-rlOrn
MR. ZED. SMITH,
CITY SCAVENGER.
CE981'00LS AND YARDS CLEANED,
and Chimneys swept.
dnointc ■
BOYS WANTED.
once to sell the Dally Columbian.
Apyly fit This Ollice, .   dauMlp.
Physicians* Prescription! and Fan-
II) Recipes a Specialty.
N    B. — Only Genuine Drugs csed.
Over twenty vcars' experience.    mr23
Public Notice
New fHtainiUr hi Lihn,
mHto
I.   the
Mayor i
UNDERSIGNED (THANKS TO
tlioklndueKs and ncrmlnton of the
..._..or and City CoimullUwo weeka ago
re*tipened the I'ttbllc Library, nnd takftK
this opportunity to offer an Invitation to
remdents of Now Weslmlneter to pay bim
a vIfII. Papers and >rugntlnei from all
directum* are received for patrons and
visitor*, and more will lie added in case a
reasonable support In obtained. The
term* arc flo centn a month, i» adrance, aa
papera, Ar„ are paid for in advance. This
will amount to about 2 oenti a day. or the
cost of one cigar for seven days permlnlon
to bco hew* from all ovor the world, and
decant hooks which may bo chanted
every 24 houral Thore Ih no compulsion
about this, but those who believe In nt-
tiuu tn nut of the rain aud who oan enjoy
a decent (Ire will doubtless appreciate title
liiKtltutlon, Ladlm and st runners are free,
ho doubtless all the parties who believe In
Blue Ribbon will come forward atone*
nnd Join thle attractive affair, both for
their own credit and that of oth era. Cone
one, oome all, and you will be attended to
hy one who oan soap all classes,vli.:
Yours Respectfully,
'    .„ HENRY Vf. HUGHES.
New Wost. An»,8u,l8fth dtmOTtr NEW AOVEttf ISEMENTS THIS DAY.
Notico Juo Hendry
Houso Wanted... J$ This Olllo.
Popular Lecture..;1?. K^v. T. Har.
Magic Lantern. iS St. Paul's Church.
Card of Thantf H.JI. Wjlliam|
gailu. fritish Columbian
Wednesday Evening, December 99,1880.
Misleading anil Mischievous.
It dopsfnot seem possible for the
Guardian to make a truthful
state&ebi, about, th*. city council
or civic affairs. In ita issue of tliis
morniug it grossly misrepresents
the notion1' taken a't' last meeting of
the council with respect to the agreement botween the corporation
and the 0. ?. B. for the operation
of the branch line, arid seeks to disturb purjtic confidence in the intelligence of the council and the guarantees for the continued maintenance
of the railway. Tbe only inference
one could: fairly draw from his observations is that the council has surrendered the agreement made with
individual members of the syndicate and has substituted therefor an
agreement witli' tfio.company, and
that this agreement is worthless because the company has' no legal
right -to -build the brunch.. .This is.
not the fact. When the lionus for
the branch, "Jine,' ^as deposited in
trUBt! With: tlie bank it was to-be
paid to the company on certain coil-,
ditions.. LOiteSof these conditions.!
was that three members of the syndicate, would enter.,\iito aiiundertaking with.; the city for the-opera-
tion'of tWwadifcrewri,.' Ah iridic
visual undertaking w.o^U£ceed;;up.oi\
becauso there was'a croubt as to the,
legal right:of..the company to build
and operate the branch; ' The new
undertaking wliich.oame before the
couritil./oti; Monday night proposes
to moke the railway company responsible for tlie operation of the
road instead of the individuals first_
jrouoseil. But it,is uot proposed
that'th^ feVbond'shall be se't aside,
until'the legal' status of the company has been fully established by
the courts'.or. by fresh legislation.
When this has been done, hut not
untiltheii, fhe lirst bond,.becomes,
void and the railway company itself
becomes responiible, Thete, j .is. no
weakening of the security,for surely
the bond of' the Canadian Pacific
Hallway Co. ia as good as tile bond
of three gentlemen who, although
wealthy to-day, may be as poor as
tiny of us five-years hence.
The Coming Session.
In the. Uvsttwo issues of the
Columbian wt pointed'out certain
matters affecting the. public interest which, it seemed to us, should
engage' the attention pf the provincial legislature at its Approaching
session. In addition to these, it is
very desirable that some amendments
should .be .made in the laws regulating tne liquor traffic. '.We liave already referred to Some bf the points
in these laws where a change should
be made. As prohibition is not
likely tobe'carried in this province
for some time, it is in the interest
of the country.that additional safe-;
guards should be placed around the,
traffic. We do not agree with those
who'i decline, to entertain any legislation orj tlhU question short of prohibition on > the ground that it is
wrong t».?|icense a'lwd and dernordl-
izing'trado.' It is'wrong, undoubt-'
edly; but there arc certain principles
of government which ought to be
respected, and which cannot be
vio^W .with -impunity. One of
tliese principiesjjs that the majority
of d4yl ^uajificd citiiens shall have
power to make the laws of the land.
There is no other principle upon
which stable and popular government can be established. If it happens, therefore, that a majority of
citizens are opposed to a prohibitory
law, we do uot see how, on the principle already laid down, the minority can ' expect their views to pre
vail.; i If'we;c«nnot "get:a whole
loaf.HhorefoiT, let us get os large
a slice, as w,e can. ' If, for ^he present, prohibition is out of the question, let us sfeek by every legitimate
,uieans to, curtail; as far as possible
the eviU/eHegts of the traffic while
it is suffered to exist. If we found
it impossible to destroy a vicious
animal that threatened destruction
wherever it .went, we should be
very foolish,.to,refuso the,offer to
have- it chained so that its deBtruc-
tiveriess; might be to soma; extent
limited. While prohibition'ought
to be the ultimate aim of temperance reform, the regul .tion of the
traffic; |rhil8;ltj continues'must not
be neglected." It has already been
pointed out that in this respect British Columbia is very far behind the
other provinces. We know of no
part of the Dominion where the li-
eeqeq, l^ys give, greater, room for
iibniB Tor afferd less protection to
society/'.   It ought not to be left
i with the license courts to say, with
owt qualification, whether a license
sttiSuwihc' grafted bfnpl. According to the present law no license
caiWi"lw1 granted in unorganized districts without a petition ih favof of
it ''signed, by two-thmhurf the ran
' tleiiU.:' Tlli»;clause should apfjly.'iis
well, to organized districts, so lhat
tho' people might have a voice in
the ntbtiter! "The Keens?! feo ought
to Ijfl/greatly increased, In spite of
unfavorable oritioisui on high licenso
by   certain   temperance reformers,
we bolieve the effect of it to be
good. Licenses should be given
only fat one; year, gjfd person'B.liold-
hi| licenses, shoujjjl'apply eudftyear
for'a fresh |icettee. The penalties
rtjjiiinsc,- disorder^ houses should include'a forfeiture-'"i)f the license*;
As in other provinces, the burden
of proof should be thrown upon
the license holder in case of. an action for violation of the license act.
These are very moderate and reason-
able suggestions; and- we certainly
hope all of them, or at least.mojt of
thorn,1 may be embodied in amendments to the existing laws. It
may be worth 'while for the legislature nlso to consider some meu:
sure to secure the better enforcement of tlie laws relating to Sunday, '|abpr, The laws themse)yes
are, perhaps, far-reaching enough,
but they are not enforced, and it
seems to be almost hopeless to look
fpr their enforcement unless some
special provision is made in that
direction.
\*g-THAT«S«r
House Wanted,
WANTED A SMALL HOUSE, tor a
man and wile,  without children.
Apply M this Ollice. d-defflte
CARD OP THANKS.
■t THIS .NOTIOE 1 W131TTO TEtf-s
__J dor toy slticeretlmnkB tind gratitude
to Mr. O. Meyers for his heroism In rbv-
ntrmyson-frora drowning.
d-doBOtfl H- H. WILLIAMS*
B
Popular L&cttire.'
ON TUESDAY EVENING, JAN. 4th,
1887, n, Lecture will be delivered In
Uie HYACK UALLHythe HevfT.R«r4
from England. Snblecti- "Jobf-Hls'Llf*
and Its Lesson*}." Cnalr to be taken by
tho Rev. C.AVitson ftt 7:BD. AdTnlsaion,
25cents: venerved seftts,5Q cents; children,
under 15, half-price.':" ."       ; d-de2l»d "■
ALL ACCOUNTS DUE THE' UNDEU-;
signed to the end of the year must be
settled by tho 15th ot January, 1887, and
all parties having contra accounts will
please hnnd them by same date, so that
we oan balance our books.
ROYAL CITY PLANING .MILLS CO.
(Limited).
JOHN HENDRY, Manager.
New Westminster, Dec. 29th, 1880.   d-deffl
Magic Lantern!
ENTERTAINMENT.
St. PAUt?S (B.B.) CHURCH
Wednesday EveiUf, January 5tli,
The Views t\re modern, excellent nud
numerous,  Protjifciii for the church debt.
The Entertainment will be Interspersed
with Vocal and Inritrumentnl Music,
Doors open at 7:30; ProgvuinmeatS. Admission 60 ceiits,  Children, 25cents.
MISS E. ROGERS, A FIU8T-0LA8S
Graduate of the New Brimswltik
mal School, will open a Private School
in MRS. MURRAY'S HOUSE,Royal AVO-
mic, on Monduy, January loth, ISH1.
d-de2Sml .
PnoviNdiAt. SKntirrATiv'a Office,
I 2lst December, 1888, ,
THE PUBLIO OFFICES of tho Provincial Government will ho closed from
Friday the 2411) to Monday tho 27th Instant, inclusive; and from Friday the .list
instant, to Monday the 3rd proximo, Inclusive.
By Command,
JNO. ROBSON,
d-dcSttd Provincial Secretary.
Happy NewYear!
W.O.T.U,
DRILL SlIIEiP
THB T.ADIKH OF THE WOMAN'S
ChrWUbo Tumperance Union extend
a cordial Invitation to the Gentlemen of
New Westminster, irrespective of class or
nun, to cnll upon them In the Drill Shod
on NIOX'P HA.TURDAY, between the
hours of ten nnd four, purlaku of their
hospitality and exohango friendly greetings."
Public Lecture!
MiSft BOWESj OnUt'rio'ri .Lecturer and
Orjmulzer, will uptmk under thc uufipktm
of the W, C. T. U. at 7iS0 p. in., In the Drill
Shed. AdmitUnce, free; collection to
meet expennoH. d-delfftd
WANT.
$1.25 -<»■«•*- $1.25
DISTRICT OF
NewWestminster
jySTvM«UK,JM¥-
Price, $1.25.
Thii Map has been produced at
gnat cost, olid gives a vast amount
of information never before available respecting tlie most important
district, in (Ke Provinoft,
V-     < ■    !.:     .-!     R      '■      .
The new Map shows the latest
surveys, the latest roads, tlie line of
the C. P. IL and extensions, .
BUY A COPY.
rnJBLlSHED BY
RAND BROS,
Beat Estate, Insurance and
financial Agents,
NEW WESTMINSTER, VANCOUVER
AND VICTORIA.
TOR SALE AT
T. R, Pearson & Co's
NEWWESTMIHSTHt AND VANCOUVER.
v   . ap24te
THE ANNIVERSARY   of   Scotland's
Kurd will bo celebrated on tneevciv
lntfot
January the 25th, 1887,
—MVITH A-f+   " ,
QRAND BALL
-—ATTHE	
DKXXiIi       8RBO
Hold under the AuBpiceti of the
Caledonian & fit. Andrew*' Society.
TICKETH (admitting liady and Oetitlc-
man to Ball and Supper), (8. Tickets can
be obtained from either of the following
comrolttee.-T. Mowat, Geo. Uoiikktson,
C. R. T. GAnRio'CH. d-dc21td
Tt"
Carriage Works!
COLOMBIA STHBET,    ■
NEW-wWtlirTiNSfER, B.O.
NOW ON HA.NB, A LOT OK
Slelshs, cutters,
BuRgles.
Phtetons,
Democrat, Express
and Farm Wagons.
Also, a' large stock ot Banr, carriaf,
Waiaa, *,, •l.lik llalrrlal.
All «l whlcb will li. sold OH HAI'FOR
RIID & OURRIE.
CASH.
d-d«atc
For the next 15
days the undersignedi
will sell tlie balance
ofhfcrJFancyi^oQ'is
at a reduetion of 33i
per cent, of regular
prices.       "   2Y1
T. fi.MllS0N.;
[■iiNtWtt*!
^TpTIQB
NOTIGB IS riERRBYCllVUNTHAT
60 day* after dntc we Intend mnklns
application to the Chief Commissioner of
Landaund Worku for pfrmUalon tdpur-
ohaie ahout RU Hundred acres of Timber
Land, described aa follows:
Commencing ata .take Kit on the Easterly Show line or a lake on the mainland
of BritlBh Columbia, abont 2J^mll*H enrt*
orly from a point on the Bust shore of
I^oughbofodgh Inlet, which point beam
about due TSalit from Beaver Creek; thence
Kaat 80 chufiiH, Sonth 40 chains, EtistW
chains. South 40 chains, Kant 40
chains. South 40 chains; West about 40
chains, to Khoto line of lako: thence
North westerly along fihnfo line ol lake to
poititofeoinmenccm<'ni.  ,        ■ ,non
Now Wcslt.ili.Hl^r. 8. (,'., Pec 22, im.„n
ROYALCITY PLANINO MIIXSCO.
(Limited),
d-deMm2 ■   JoiiVHRsnnv.Miinnffer.
PORT HAMMOND
NU1fhi
Fruit Treetfj    P  S--'" -»■■
ornamental Trees,
Small Fruits,
And GARDEN STOCK on hand In great
variety. ■
..Everything llrst-oluss and furnished lu
good shiipo.
(' 0. W. HKNRY,
dw-dellltc Port Hammond, M. t.
THE COMMITTEE  HAVE ARRANd-
od that the meoting tobe hold on tho
8th Day or February, 1881,
Shall be attended by the Members in
FANCY DRESS COSTUME.
All Lady Mcinb'e're are requested to take
noteofBiime. 	
. fi. M. N. WOODS,     •
d:dejil-i>i|    v     J ■ faaoiytfttry. .
DRUGGISTSI
New Westminster, B. C.
mtilOtc
waTSWS
I TAII.OKIR1W
Colnmbia St., New Westmlniter.
HAVINaJUHTKEOBtV'EbdURNBW
Fall and Winter Stock, wo Invite In
spectlon of the finest selection of
EaRllrsht Scotch, (.rnunn, Frencli,
■ ana American   .-   .
SUITINGS.^
Ever shown ln New Westminster.   For
a OOODFIT and.arllstlc style,wo dely
competition.
dnoSOlo THOS. WAIB1I.
 ■•'O.-Ht—•  ,'
H O US E1 ^8am/ Sfafakes
lA.JbliBEl'S
ONTlrtREafc,. OrtO.P.I&WHAHF.
'•Jf
Jbvi -£±-
TAMES
■IMPORTER,
New Westminster, B. C.
A SplenaV. Stock.'
WQTiQB.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT.
' to day. after d.tt wo Intend making
applloatlon to the Chler Commissioner ot
Lands and Works tor permission lo Bur-
ohase MO aores of Timber Land, described
as follows:
Commencing ot Ibo South Eiistcornpr
I ofthe land applied for bs'mi this date on
tho peninsula between, Loughboroagn
Inlet and Phillip's Arm.  mainland   of
British Columbia; thonco East ,0 chains,
South BOohllrri.j West 80 chains, North SO
> obnlii.,' East 10 ehains, to polntof com*
I mN(''w\V'eslminslnV,n.C^.Di.niffl.lM!.
UOYAI. CITY I'l.ANINO MIIAS CO.
(Limited).
1    d-de!Wm2     Jolts HuNPltv. Manager.
PAINTS, OILS,
CHANBEUERS,
Wall Papers, Patent
Chimney Pipe^
STOVES AND TINWARE
An Imrhehsfc'A's&'rtliieht.
Iron Pipe, Brass Cocks
And all sorts of Fittings.
&EQBEMES&PROVISIOSS
A WEIX-SKUECTED STOCK
Always on Hand.
Just Received, a Choice Selection of
HAS RECEIVED  A VERY FINE  STOCK  OF
I
Ull .<;' llli.I JUi'
-Consisting of-
"•'•{
Millinery, Drees Goods, Cottons, Sheetings, Tweeds, Flannels.
Ladies' and Children's Ulsters, Jackets
and Cloaks.
, Tho Milliiiory is thu finest and largest Stock on the Mainland.   No
need to go to Viotoria. i   ii;,!,«ioioi   ;: i-j
DllESS OOOBS in the new materials and shades for the season.
We call, attention to the famous 8EA SERCE. which we
have at various prices—37ic, 50c, 62Jc, and 75c; cannot be spoiled by
rain and even though-' soaked in sea'water oir. boiled in soda, will still
retain tho ORIGINAL COLOR.  ..     ,    ' ,;
,  The oMN're'^BBART^Elf;"is Well'sappliea with^l.jjg.'j'tya,
Cee, ^^rtS^Soleii^SMii a,v<l » new and fashionable stock of
Men's Hats," die.      _____     ._—'''    '<
dwooEW     ' ■''■':■       ■'■■-■■ —mUksarJ^a-'aB..
#!ilitHEROS
.ktao-rovj
—IJl-^i'.; ,»|hST] i
Furniture,  Mattresses. LttUnges,, ;Crockery.
lamps; Glassware, Etc., Etc.   ■
—t^W^ICH^WI^L BE BOU) AT—ft.11        I.1.'...1
Bottom Prices for the next 30 Days
TO MAKE ROOM FOR URGE OOHSICNMENTS FROM THE EAST.       <
d '•i,Ma'i«n.iifl r;.ia\v
TB
-WNS ASSORTMENT OV-
CHILORlN'8 CHAIRS FOR IHJE HOPOAXS:
f, ill   r-'l'.l., \..■•
.i'i yd hi'joS
Golutnbia St;, near Onion Hotel, New Westminste.f,
' Tdw-del8ml
i-,    i i    ij ._j.\-j.—j-i—.-y-+-' '    '     ' *
^'i     J i, '   s   !•..].   : ...
Discount ol Itt ym Cerit
ON ALL CASH PURCHASES FROM .THE igTH „
>• -':TO THE':Vist  OF THIS MONTH.   '
—'■—rsnt.r ..-J  nisi i um I una
. WeiiaveaffihrfLiheof^Latjies,'and Gepts,'        	
,, ij \-_. i, • i. ■ >_—i_A, Large AssQrtm,ent of-r-r- ■ ,   '   ■ , ■   '
BraGfilBts^BailitTS,Geirfr.lrt|s3etr
i- Nee;k Chains, tea^-    ^:-:
And almost Everything to be found'ttV a-fasfcBtaslJewelfy'EstalV
lishment. In SILVER ,PLATE WAIlBi^NiJlME^.F0RKS
and'^POONS; ,\ve,.ate giving "special bargains.
np Remember,' wc do an honRSt'.iibusios-W Ave.irfo. npjt sail
"nllerT'or plated'gotftfi^s'solid gold or silver, but we'GUARANTEE
eve/y article to be" just>Kat we say it is.    ,.,     ,, ..      ,, ,.
Call and examine ourBargains. ->-■     <.  ■.   .
dw-de 15ml Colonial Block, ;Nm*vVestmir^ier, B, C. ,,
"        n -'■   ^ J,1 .il.lii'l 'i'i    1       --'■   ~
'for HottSay Trado, which muit hp
sold befon th. N.w Year.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAS .'
$8000 WORTH OF STUCK
At Cotst and Below!
FQl*. THE. NEXT NINETY, DAYS,     \ . .
Gum Boots, $6.50, sold Ior *5.00.
KqliaUy low prices on nil otiier Rtilibep Gooda.   Thtjie GoodB ore «1! Anerleftn
mamifacture. ^   ... , , -A
Men's Boots* •1.50, sell for t3.S0.i
Ladled French Kids. i«, sell for $4.50
•   Ttisre Goods musk bctdtirprjMd of during ta. next 3 months. • If_ you WW any*
thing In roy line call oatly and gat yonr oholoei and you will' mtt. by 16 «^i|J,,
A-»»oitnfie»t-»t.oli:»lBVo. &lov«i."'.
JAS.  ROUSSEAU.
er Tlie Public Invited to odrnri In ami j 	
Inspect my stook, nnd make tlleVfirft!
chases. dw-rfel7ml     I      FOR OAMR OBI.T. '>!#"""
PROVINCIAL BEORETABY'S OFFICE,
.... ...-.i6U»DM«aI»r.ttl«.,.,.;,„
this offloe, on applloatlon.
lMei». iifgaK:;
IS JN BEiDEtPt OF 109 %)&, GOO1!)':
ffohi. Coal.'whieh heUfreriTa't **..';';
onable figures.   Order, may ibe.left at.
W. Hi: Burns' store, cot. Columbia iind,
Blackie streets, pr at Chas. .MillanVs,
Frontstreet.  •do'tM2'w .
Por Sat©l
SINCLftIR
Columbia Street,
HAS 'JUST1 'RECKlVBD'ftoin ,'thtf■'
Eaet,bylC,F. Kj,;,,.;,'.     .,. i:   „,
BtlTTER,' OATMEAL,-   is•• -1 11
'BTJCKWHBAT FLOtlftjini 19''
1' lb'tags.'"11''' *i..j'-'- •■' ■'■'', ■■'■■ '■■
PtI^OHSENbrl^«MOi;ASr3K8!
RAiSI^S/tnVaRnoiapd '';
Ijayjars, .■, ,,'■ ,.', ., ..';..., ;J,.
EDDY'S MATCHES.,
SMOKED HERRINGS.
A LOT of CHOICE ;bANDlES'
und otliei goods.     '   '..' '
I^Also in stock, u firstj-class lot bt
GROPERlES w^ich' ^iil,.lie spjf}
,vcfy chea.p, for oath,       del8d ,
Santa Gliiu^
HEAOt^lARTERS.
10 different dosigris in China' T«i
■Sets.        i'i   ;"'■' '    -'i  •■ isfii
Tea and Brtakfast Sets.
A doz. styles Smokers Sets,      •■ 01U
China and Nickel • Cuspadorei (spit
itbons). >■ ;."■ •'■ ■■• .itcjli \i>, it"ii
Tobacco J«rai■- '(| UinKSpiol.*. h .
Toilet' Sets,' in  ChinU, Glass and 1
Painted Wara." !»'      B i'- •
Vases, in   Hammered   GIusb and
Painted and Oroquetted, Majoliotv'
and Mossed'Pilgrim.",1   ■<: J..
Cheese Dishes—Majolica and Him-
■ mered Glass, '       I "     '" ■■••!■   '
Pickle Dishes—Mnjolioa and 'China.
Fancy Flower Pots."   ~» •
Beantif'd Epergnes «nd Flower Out'
ores.' • ■:■'     ''!       till    :
Flower Baskets—ruby and   tinted'
■' gluss'tEnglish)!    '   ;    ■■'  •'■ ■■•'■ ";<
Large variety of' Caps and Sudors,
Cups', Saucers and'Plates; '|:;1
Mustache Oups and' Saucers; ■    "   <
FlnridaTeaSetii.:'      »i     ■     n
"Strong Ooffte" Sets; " "    ■■'" ' -■"
Lemonade Sets,  I "   ■ '■''■'-
Mugs of all kinds Mid prices, ■"'•' -  1
PorMdgeSets;   ^ ; ■ ■'
Pjtchers—Majolica, frosted and en
grtved glass.:--■'..     '" Imi." :'-.   ■
Mustard, Pepper, Salt and Horao
' Radish Bottle*.
Hammered Brass Trtiys.    '■   ■• '■■■',•
Glass Rolling Pine."
AmberettaGlassware. '      ".■■■ ■!• ■
Table Mati '■ , ; -''lij:,, '1,1
Dessert Sets,' I   '■• - '■•'., ••••■I
Bread Plates. ■ ■ • ,-     ;   1. utfiiiuiiii.
Teapots — Majolica nnd decorated
.-Jet,'--'   ■"'■' .::•'-. llm.
Chamber Sets—printed and painted.'
Cake Stands. '■■'■■''■ ■ ■' ' -*•.-"!- ■■[
Bisque Filpires, ■ •'. •■■•   m ''
China Toys.'
Shaving Mugs. ■■•
Table Glassware—white and colored.
China Cabaretts/ ' ■'*'	
The celebrated WHITE SEWING'
' MACHINE, arid"'•  ■' ' '*" '
A fiqe selection of CREAM and
Plain cAndj^s,' nuts; m.
glish %er,,lUIS.INS,   FWS,
DATES, taf.pK&c, v . '   ,
CHA8. i, ROBSON.
_&• All at   the lowosti.-'prices.
Call and examine for yourselves;      '
UW'ileiswa ■W BE
J ■*■*
nV TUB
BlITIlH CtUIHIIA 8IATIMUY AHO PlIHTIHO Ol.
At the ComoftBy'ti Steam Printing Es-
^Wlllffr<wt,Jtjiil»riiMa Bl.        *
De>if-lsi rW«i. Clt^Ually: .Vliv»«r week.
Hallod dally, one year : SI0.00
Mailed dajjjy, jjl* iwnthi„„,r„|yyj| 8.50
Mvnminis urn ruTHt uilv.
Tmileat »dvcrtMeme»ls.-Flrst loser-
lino.  Advertisements not Inserted every
dfty, 10 cts. per line eneli Insertion.
W..1 „. rec,,,.!StfSSmWt^P'
mn
mmwA%Ms$oi»
mos. 10 percent, wilt be lidded.
Siwel.l NMImi among reading matter,
20 ell. per lln. each Insertion. Special,
enllksgiutlentlon to advertisements, lOctH.
mnn]l,'ik.rriages and Deaths,'tl lor eaeh
Insertion; Funeral Notices In connection
with deaths, SO ots, each Insertion.
Auction Sales, when displayed, charged
THE0W,f J?^ 'tp^Hf^lAW
is.aW>wVy'tf»d»eMl.y- Manslag.
: ellvered lit' the City, per year.
Mailed, per year.
M.lled,6Jnouthl       	
4v*v^fwil.';ti   |
SUndlDg Ad*/«rtlf»_ieBii.--For 1 Inch.
11.50 per month: 3 Ins. |2per m.; 3 Ins. $2.00
per m.i 1 col. $19.76 per m. If Inserted tor
less thu* 3,moa. ltfpr cent, wlli be mldtd
%be*lOoa3raia,-Ir.
ols. per line each Insertion.
Call roast be nil metal, ami (or I nrseeut.
an extr. rlit. will be charged. No advk
Inserted In eltherlssn. for less than 11,     "
Now is the time* to order your
CHt-it/trqaa CalifsWA, Diebel'i, Errnif.
•Ir.el. isiu.| c1'd«lieu31
Rev T Haro announces it lecture
next Friday night in the Drill Shed.
See adv.,    j'." ■ "l':":"
tSt)?^'/>&)!, Con-nolly ,*ef 8 'yesta"
day sent to the penitentiary, their lifelong holi* :.'"•• l'.
For Sale—Hotel doing a good paying
business; cheep, ., Apply at Woods,
Thrn*,*flM*le.'S.t.S   -istoW'*
The oomjryttae. on th* Barn's anni-
v.raary ball likVe aftiadj dilpbsed of a
large number of ticket..
N. P. Stramberg, tuner and regulator. :'of Biaad*  and Orgahs,   Work,
Juranteed, 'Leave order, at ff. B.
'eireon & Co's. ,,„   j „ . ...Onp^to ,
•Itl1 isteported water foiling Iwtwoea
toe >ide of tha mountain and'know-
shed, brfnorog and has alreadjrfnrwsil
one shed tch inches from the roclt:
Three farms in Armagh belonging to
Mr Parnell's brother, were sold, at
auction,yesterday at 50 per.centv.le|s
than their valuo threo months; ago. ' '
lit addition to our new stock of; spring
liocls we have opened an invoice of
Diagonals, West of Etiglaud broadcloths
and French Cassjmeres. '-- W*un's
Taiuwso Eui'oiiiru.   '       diioSOte
FrBib eist.ru liyltarl' aiid another
consignment of ,those extru soda
crackeri and fancy biscuits, crisp and
fresh from the'oven, jii.t'reoeivedto-
day.       de27-5t      0. J. Robson.
Tjje (Sjadya bought up; a load uf
produce;' Item North Arm yesterday
andiiotee^to-day, 'Bhe gwMocl"l-*
HwhacV' tomorrow' morning; Thp
Teaser alio arrived from Victoria this
morning with a fair freight.
Arrapgomeiitu, havo been made foru
magic lantern entertainment' in the
Reformed Kpiicojpal Church noxt Wed-
nesdaj night. The- "lews, of wh)sh
thrtaJI* «rg# and vaiied.oollacslira,
wfflfie praieivtedby Mr. t R-Flgg,
tnd the proceeds are to liquidate the
debt on the church.
The VV'BKl.t Oolumkah which tas
issued thi. nrbrrhng Si in' uuhiually
interestiug number and would be a
very respectable present to friends
abroad. Jteoaiviuga.it, clou, thelivtoat
tele^rairhio awfr.and. «W_ii^_H>M
feteatfyother pa-per'IntfeyftSiMa/
it. value us a newi medium for tho
mainland is unequalled.
We are uuder obligations to. nur
ne*er-iufnoiently-to be-esteemed contemporary for having called our attention to a typographical error whicli occurred in Monday', issuer Under the
heading " Christinas in th. Churches"
the' word "itolid" was printed and
und iri' connection with the word
"pritili" initead of " .Uiled," al
written by Sir Walter Scott. We may
add. that the. word itolid might
usually, be appropriately applied to the
writing! of our cotemporary.
Pop. * Bltleau, ilrnggiata, Cedar
Bapldi, Iowa, writes: We have never
wid .ny medicine that give.,such satisfaction to the consumer and pleasure to
the seller as Ur. Thomu' Electric Oil,
We oan refer you to number, that have'
used it for diptheria. with entire' sati.-
factioa afl«i»uteu. [ ",1 ~ c; J) $[
( ■ ^—. ,— ■
Commons Eluotiom.-Wo are.uUioi-
Used to state that Mr. Donald Chisholm
is in the field as a candidate for the
.eat ih;^ ;Hj*#s.(.«^Ck«(tatmf«i-'
dered vacant Try the death 6f our
late lamented representative1, Mt\ Homer. ,..•   dwocJRto.
 —,-*^-.—. rr.' ,
•rJlait Lam Mr. Awpr*.~A 'fiirjeral
iflviiaon"if(ih,special reference,to the,
death of Mr. Alport was preached in
St. Andrews' churoh last Sunday evening by the Rev. R. Jamiejoii, from tho
test,' ''To me to live liOHruit, and to
die is gain." The faithful, consistent
lif. ofnMr. Alport wa. earneiUy set,
faith a. a|t'exkmplei worthy of imitation by hii follow-members, to whom
tie being dead yet ipoaketh, in a number of wayi pointed out.
-ss .  .   .—''■    ■   I    '
.IflWaAfla OoOti*. ~ Court wai
held by W.'D. Ferris. J.P., anil Oapt.
Pittendrigh, tf'.P., this1 inornltijf. The
Welih (North Arm) case win called,
but the complainant did not appear,
^tea«2?iwi±s^:
A Chinaman ou a charge of vagranpy,
waa.givenau opporliuflity pf boardiuj
six months at the provincial jail,
thougli lie would rather have had three
—rather three than none. Apoitle
1Um»I Hurray .was charged.by. .Mm,
JGPonald.m]Sh iiofntiiig a gun at hiin,
agreeing to pay the costs.
hkiwHJii' ''LocKSMt*8«;rrA'» wb,
predioted iiregnrd to the young couplo
[who came nom Comox a few weeks
ago to get married, but were frustrated
by a Nemeis in the form of a brother,
"love lauoied at locksmiths," for the
youngcurple were married onTuosday
last. TWy proceeded to their home
at Comoxjby tho Dunsmuir on Thursday and »tlio bridegroom is a most
estimable young man, tho bride will
not have cause to regret her devotion.,
We wish Mr, and Mrs. Greaves long
life, healti and prosperity. — Free
Press.       \ if, "5 %___.
' Ths Co* Trade—The Nanaimo
Free Ftrets savs that the demand for
British Columbia coal is increasing,
and afraiig/iliehts are being 'made at
all the miles for an increased output-
Oil Saturdiy there were no fewer than
10 sailing resseis and 2 steainera at the
collieries ol Nanaimo and Wellington
for coal. Ole of the causes'of this, increased demtnd is a falling off in the
imports of Australian coal. Hitherto
large quantities of coal have come to
San FranciBco from Australia and elsewhere as ballast in vessels seeking
grain cargoes, but more profitable cargoes are now being secured,, and henco
the scarcity of coal.
'   ''~ir*r-*- *, > .;.. j ■, v.'
ATBOrflisss Trip— Saturday evening's train brought from Britiih Columbia Mr. A.,p. Rutherford, of the
lnw'nrm ot HoBgins, Sin\f & Rutherford. !_ jjjjja' *as- returning from a fruitless mission to the. Pacifjc Province.
About nine months ago two men, hail1
ing fromOsgoode townshiptUeacOttawa,
named John MoNabb and John G.
Roberttpti, • o^rjpeared'ni Britisli
Columbia, and as month after month
wept bjy,,with;6'u.'t aitf tftlinte of fhe'ib-'
sent pair, nachiugitlieir friends, M*
Rutherford, who ft* cohsin of McNabb,
was dispatched to hunt them up. He
failed to hnd any satiri'actory trace of
them, and it ia supposed they were
murdered by OMriaraen.— Winnipeg
Sits, Dtc-20..'        .        .       ■
trNASsflirtii Mitts.! — Twenty-one'
sacki of unassorted mail matter were
lent to the postoffice last night on the
arrival of tie through train with tho
report from tire mail clerk that it wai
40 below, tero in the mountains and
thaf 'his car was) too oold'to worVin,
The' mail clerk botween Winnipeg and
Calgary mado a similar report, and left
a large lot of matter for placei betwoen
thete point, .'mixed up with the other
mails. OliVtheir arrival here assistant
postmaster McLeod went to Work at
them and this morning they were all
ready for the mails going to the coun-'
try.1 A sleigH load for Victoria was
sent over to meet tho steamer at Port'
Moody, nnother batch went to Vancouver and five^ bam went baok on today's train. AU who had an interest
in these malls may thank the assistant
pos(niaste«i at New Westminster, that
they have,'not got to wait long.r for'
them.'
. Roidkii . .While Ahptr. an .Alfred
Harris, George Nelson, arid Alfred
WUliams .wore .charged in a inngiB-
trato's cuurthf Nanaimo oh Thursday,
last with feloniously receivinu a gold
watch and chain, value $85, woll knowing' the same,to have been stolen.
John ,0, McKay, deposed—I reside at
Now, Weafaiinstor and keep tlie Maple
leaf saloon' ^icre; between two and
four o'cliiek ill the inorniog of lit December . instant, I missed a geld watch
arid chain which I had been carrying
m my left veat pocket; the chain waa
baited to the buttonhole; I was sitting close' to the stove in tho middle of
the billiard room when tho watch was
taken from ine; 1 tlie watch was marked
with monogram "S, B." on one side of
the case snd "1881" on the other side;
the. watch produced is my property;
never disposed of it to auy one nor
authorized auy one to take it; the
chain was of heavy rolled gold, nearly
as heavy ss my little finger with
District.
GENTLWEN.rAs»«UceesKor.le jour
late representative In the Commons will
soon have to be eleoted, I hereby announce myself a candldatelor the position. \ ;,,.
I purpose publishing on address tn
which I will give my views on the most
important questions affecting sour Interests, and will visit the different settlements and address the electors before
eloctlonday.   '
In'Polltlcs,/m.mcIik'II SeTHOwroOH.
LY ISDEPBNDKNT.
1 Yours respectfully,        >        '   '
dwoo25tc T. J. TRAPP. '
Mr. Alexander Robinson, of Exeter,
ln writing about one of tho most popular
articles; and one that has done more good
to the afflicted than auy other medicine
has during the short ttihe ft has been lh
existence, says: ''1 have used four bottles of Northrott* •typian'l';: Vegetable
Discovery and Dyspeptic Cure, aud huve
beon cured of Dyspepsia thut troubled
me for over ten years. Fart of that time
I had it very, bad, and I was at considerable expense trying to get relief; but
this excellent medicine was tho first snd
only relief I received."
Communication**-.
Br.»JiMHIIIe.
BnlTOlt Coj.ufir.l.ii:.—Lust evening you
called' particular attention to Mr. Codville and his address. ] As I atu a Voter
would you permit .a word of comment?
I thought the whole thing was a, joke until 1 saw your notice. But Ictus take a
specimen brick of 'the concern and louk.
at it. ' Mr. Codville says that "parsons
ssymbheyls'therootof all evil." Now
parsons never said t,,y such thing. They
quote out bf' thcir.diviue commission,--
"The love' of money is the root of all
evil." If Mr..p.'has any .quarrel with
that let him attack its Author,, .But the
statement shows the man's estimate of
parsons and their work, hi. ignorance of
the Bible, and that h. is a sort of ".mart
Aleck;'! .who would not be any credit to
auch au enlighted constituency as this'.'
He. is. not' the. man for Galway, on his
own showing.  I Voter.
short. Jinks, snap hook Md bar on
ends." When I went into my saloon
at about' half-past 2 in tlie morning,
there were about thirteen persona in
the house, most .of, them were in the
billiurd room; I went io sleep in my
chair ind any dishonest person could
have' gone through me; I had some
money in the .same pocket. as the
watch,, but only the watch aud chain
were taken; I know tlio short Prii-'
oner'Williams alias "Shorty" und I
think he. was in my saloon on
the morning of the robbery;
knew the prisoner Nelson by sight but
dp not remember hii being in mv saloon that morning; So not know prisoner Harris. The case was adjourned
for, further evidence.
Robsrt Lubbuck, Cedar Kanid's,
written " I have tued Dr. Thomas Else-
trie Oil both for rrrysol^alid family tori
diptheria, with the very' belt results. 1
regard It as the best remedy for the dis*
ease, and would use no other." Whon
buying Da Thorne.'«lwtrioOil, see that
you get the genuine. ■■ Beware of iinltia
,      j     I,   IVrcaiial
Mr/ink Sin, of North Artn, wm in
town today1" '  ";   J^t.l'fJ."
Ml. 0, Leiser arrived from Victoria
yesterday via the Inlet'
Mr. .1. A. McLeod, teacher st Sumas, arrived in the city by train last
night1 •   »,     .
j Weir, sorry to loatn thst tho well-
kuowjScttison Mi Chris. Lee ii'threat-
ened vith.a paralytio stroke.
Mr*i.'W. Hennessy, Formerly of
the Hilbrook House, und Miss Connors, bft on to-day's train for Kam-
loops!   ' .
Mr.E. E. Rapd who has been home-
on acwrit bf bains lin'well for tho past
few drs returned to Vancouver tliis
morniB. " *,.-
Mr.W. Poison, of Skagit, arrivod
in tlia;ity to-day. He rei«irts travelling u tho Semiahmoo road very difficult «account of the crust uu the
show
Sn
he Who Rear and Bmscr, after
reathg, upon the many published tostl
nioul. regarding Northrop ft I.yuir.n'a
Vedible Discovery and Dyspeptic Cure',
cauonrcely fail to perceive thai evidence
■0 isitlve nnd concurrent co-ihl not be
sdtoed In hehalf of a remedy of doubt-
fuMncoy. The facts proven hy such,
evince are that lt roots out impurities
one blood, restores digestion, enriches
th iroulatlon, and regulates tlio bowels
solver,'   ■''     ■'        •
Latest Eastern News.
PER CANADIAN PMIFIC RM1WAY. '„'
OlTXWAi ' Deo. 24.— '■Liuiiti-Onl.
Jackaon has finished all business con-
neoted with the transport service of
the Northwest rebellimi,.nd will make
his final report to the tuiiiislcr of mil-
itia. He'left yesterday for Loiidonto
reiume his duties a. deputy adjutant
ueneral of No. 1 militia district.-^-1'ho
government has been notified, ahd. llm
Canada Gazette of this week will .coti-
ta.ui u proclamst'ou niimntnctnu; that
hor majesty hns' sunvti<.|ied the fisheries bill of last session, which wos reserved to receive the siiiiclion of the
iioperisl authorities,— Sir John Mac-
donuld and his absuuintesliuve toturucd
to the city from ■ their t)ntarii>, trip,
greatly eucouni^id by. tho enthusiastic
reception which the premier received
wherever he went! It is thought It
the reiult of the Ontario elections at
all justifies it, an effort will be made
to taBe advantage of this enthusiasm
at thi earliest pouible moment.
Toronto, Dec. 24.—Mayor Howland will have a itroug opponent for
the mayoralty in David Blain, ei-M.
P. for West Vork, who' hss made up
his mind to run. Manning has withdrawn from the contest.—Three leading Methudist divines, Revs. Dr.
Sutherland, Potts and Shaw, spoke at
a conservative meeting; luit night
against the Mowat adminiitration and
denouncing Roman Catholic aggression, Sutherland, who is missionary
secretary, created a sensatiou by announcing he would vote conservative,
although he had fnr 25 years past
voted reform.
Montreal, Dec. 24.—Lord and
Lady Lsnidowne will ' arrive . here
about the first uf the year,, and
will remain'until tho closiia.f carnival
weok.—Jefferds — Co., woolens and
dry noods, had their stock seised on
Wednesday night at thu instance of a
Winnipeg j firm, who bold a claim
against Ernest Freitud, one ot their
employees. Judge Mathjeu set Slide
the leisure yesterday, which was ap-
parently made on the ground that
Freund wa. the sole member of the
firm. Jefferdi & Co. will sue the
Winnipeg firm for 810,000 damages.—
Mayor Beaugrsnd received a hearty
welcome last night ou his,return from
his Northweit trip.
Pout Artuvr, Dee. 24—Tho now
Windsor hotel was entirely consumed
this morning. ; No lives were lost, but
there wero . several narrow escapes.
The hnu.o had just heen i.| cued. Mr.
Merri,U, the urupri^tor, has ureal sympathy in hii lus.," '
LorTDOM, Dec. 24—There ia a sudden mailing of Turkish troops in Macedonia. Report, received are evidently authentic, and indicate two
prinoipal point, of concentration ih
',hjt m».ih Thrtsi, movements havo
giveu rise to reports that war will be
upon ui sooner than wai expeoted.
London; D.o. 14.—To-day'i conti
nentsl advices indicate that the foreign
situation Is fait becoming oritical.
Continual telegraphing iii cipher has
been, going on all day between the
foreign offlc. and her majesty', representatives throughout Europe and the
out, It ii beii.ved thst Germany
will require Fran's, to give satisfactory peace guarantees or make a declaration. Th. guarantees required sre
th. cessation of military armament
and the reduction of the army and
navy to a peace fo ting. Russia is
encouraged by the division, and individual embarraa.mrnli of the great
powers to keep Ibe Bulgarian question open. Pressure Ina failed to
make her yield on any material point.
Turkey is hood .inked and tho powers
aro impotent. There il authentic hr
telligenoe thit thu British alii mailing
troopi iu indiu with every indication
of preparation for a ureal Asiatic war.
Transports and nghtinu; ship, are
transporting troops and munitions of
war to eastern stations. RuiliiiPasha,
Turkish ambassador t,. England, had
a'loiig iiitervi.'w aiihLnrd Iddcsleigh
with referenco to England's in'rtitintm
roipirdiiiu Turkey mul Kuypt. Sum.
iliinu; op, lhe sito ttloii is doelared in
diploioatlo eirvh.'s tu I ' ffrtiv.v lu the
extreme.
Dpbmn, Dec. ".'I • Dillon, jsiirehy.
HairisjuidO'BrieJi.reaohed Loughrea.
to-day and attonded court. They for-'
mally justified their chttryo of assault
snd battery against Police Inspector
Davis, who was responsible for their
arre,t"wst,'.we*k.- -Tile court decided
that tho charges against the' four gentlemen for their conduct at Loughrea
were suffiuh nt to justify their prosecu-
tion,aiidthey were discharged... Thb1
presiding magistrate was Ji.hu P.
Nolan, Nationalist member of parliament- 'In cumeqiionce'of- their ah.
sence iu Dublin, the case agaiust. Dil
lon and O'Brien wai to-day postponed
for a week.
Constantinoi'Mi, Dec. 24.— tludbau
ED'endi, thc special Turkish envoy' to
Sofia, whom several of the powers attempted to have t-iinished from the
potto's diplomatic service oh the alleged ground of double dealing with"
Bulgaria, will, through palace iutiu-
encu, remain in Bulgaria 'despite the
advice to tlie contrary of the Turkish
niinister> It is stated that the porte
hopes, through the influence of M.
Volcuvicli, the Bulgnrian agent in
Constantinople, to bring about a
chanuo in the Bulgarian regency..-The
diplomats here, however, believo thut
the Bulgarians' will refuse io cliango
the regency until nn acceptable candidate for the Bulgarian tfinme has been
designated. The embassies mentioned
iu last Monday's dispatches as having
refused to,receive a de|iiilalinn of.Bulgarian oiii&ens who had lied front their
OT. PAUL'S CHURCH. Services ov
•O-ery Sunday . nt 11 a. m. tuul 7 p. 11. In
the Church, St. John street, below Rc-val
avenue. Beat, free, al} ore cordially Invited. Sundav School at 2.10 o. m.
 (leaie)   ~	
METHODIST . CnURCH,   Mary SI.
Rev. V. Watson, Pastor. Services at
„,, m. .nd 1 p. m.   Sunday School and
Bible Olass 2:80 p.m.  : Prayer lleetlni on
Thursdays ut 8 p. m. Seat, frer- -1-	
cordially Invited.
JeT-t
BAPTIST CIIUKCH, Agnes Street,
East of Mary Street, Rev. Robert
Lciiulo, Pastor. Lord's bay Services ut 11
a. m. and 7 p. m. Sabbath School anil
Biblo Class ui 2:110 p. m. All seats free:
strangers cordially wefceomed,
cnl. I
country tn,. the ^TutkjbIi.c*(pitt
wlm iltdBtrtid (0 give toitiiiiutiy thut thtt
preaPitt regency wna .resijoiisihle t'ur.
tlie prehetit (jtimlttinnnf the' nnuntry,-
wurp the.Britiali* Owmtiti,' Austrinn
and Iulinn. The rt-asun ulieged fur
thti refttMiil tn receive .the deputation
wan that it wna compimed of Turkiih
Buhjt'c'ft who hnd uo ropreaentativ*
chiiniotin*.;
:I^»pW, Dec. 24—Tlie Pall Mall
Gazette roublishea what, purports tu be
a cor cct outline of tht
propoied ' to'inty ' government
bill nuw under'boitwderntiott by the
niiniaters, Thd hill otmBtitnteg coun*
ty governing boards with jurisdiction
enibrncing vnrious county uuthorities
now tn existence, simplifying the machinery of tho local Government by
placing in the hands of one body pow*-
ers now exercised by several. Tbe
new authority ia to be composed of
three classes of members, one-third
elected by ratepayera, one-third nom-
itmted by elmiruien of present, local
bia-ila, niid tW-flitldlto be selected
from the county magistracy. A lead-,
ing Tory member, who ia in a position
to know, stated iu answer to inquiries
that the above was a correct outline of
the leading principles of the proposed
measure. He admitted that the hill
hnd aroused strong opposition and tliat
differences of opinion nad arisen that
threatened in the pvcaent' complicated
position of attaint to end ut' last in
completely splitting the, party.. Tho
hostility of the oM-ftiahiuiietl Topes
ntnl Whiirs is suid to bu based on thu
piopoacd admission of ihe popular
(leu|ive fmneliifto, ltotwithativndiugthe
fact that Ihe uotniuiitcd mumburs, rep-
t'UHuntii^ tbe seated iuterosts mid
governing classes, are to constitute
two-thirds of the new bodiea, lenviug
the popularly elected members in a
minority. Repeated consultations
have taken place in.the last 24 hours
between the leaders of the two wings
of the Tory patty irtth a view to an
arrangement on a proposed constitution of the boards, but without effect.
(U?l6K bODGB H«. «> A. V,
* A. M.-The regular Communications ot this Lodge are
. held on Hie first Monday In each
month.  Sojourning brethren are eordlai-
iy InvJtwl toattend D. WILSON,..
te'in-te Becrefery,
A
=*
SALE*'
!&'.
ACOtJPLB OF OOLUB BOOS, I mos.
old.  Parents from tho old country.
Applyto OAPT. JBMMETT,
Or B. M.N. WOODS, ,,
dew-dlw-\v2w NewWestminster.
Brown Leghorns.
THRKK TUOUOIHJHBUKJ) BltOWN
leghorn CockH for naif; Tliese are
fineyonng ijiiitn,anit they nre offered at.
very low oileos.  Apply at this ofllce.
>   d'deLVilx	
MM Cows for Sale,
rplIREK KUtST-CLAtSS MILCH COWS,
* now on vlywHtMr.Townsend*8Ltver>*
Stable.  Call mid see them.
d*de283t O. B. ACKEItMAK.
' 'liTOjriOB.  •"'•"
NOTIOfi^IS HfiREBY GIVI3N" THAT
I am duly appointed by Mrs. S. Hennessy. to collect nil outstanding debt*/
doe to her. Also to pay all liabilities of
the Holbrook House. I cau be found nt
the Depot Hotel.
AT* J. TOLMIE.
New Westminster, Dec. 28th. 1889.
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BED  ROCK
PBIOBS
-IN	
Winter Dry Goods!
 AND-
,^FTER THE HOLIDAYS.
D. Drysdale & Co.
dw-de28tc
XMAS GOODS!   XMAS GOODS!
THE  INSTANTANEOUS
INK.& STAIN
ERASER
Will remove all Ink or Fruit
Stains, Iron' Rust, Grease or
Mould- and leave the paper, or
fabric perfectly uninjured.   ■
TRY IT.   PRICE, 50c.
B. C. STATIONERY & PRIHtINC CO.
New Westminster, Vancouver & .Victoria'
dwuoistc
,   «oort Advice;
Come merchant*, hear whut I've to say,
I'll show you the mircst way
Your goods to moU--
Jn«t In thin paper advertise;
(You'll do It freely If yonr wise)
;     'Twill pay you well.
There U no way that Is bo'sure
To reach the rich, and reuch the poor, -
Ab t.'rough the press.
Now try my plan, don't mind the coat,
The dlmea laid out will not be lost,. -,
: An youMl confess.
r-JtythtjHorteJStltttir,
Rural Canadian!
«.':     AND THE
CANADA   PRESBYTERIAN.
■ '■   tr ron Both Pm«i fou I6W.  ■
Tlilf- Roinnrktiblu Offer In good to oiu as
well tut sew Subscribers. '
f4t4MW«E«S.
Per atr Tl P Rithet, from Victoria, Dec
2!).-Mrs McLelKli. Mr and Mrs McKce,
Jas Luldlaw. Major Downle, Jos Ilurr, J G
Devlin. T Lindsay, Troup, IS J Kitby.
I« the*;a anything mom annoying than
having your eoru stepped upon ? Is there
any thing more delightful than getting
nil of it? Holloway's Corn Cure will do
it.   Try it and be .convinced.
Wholesale mty Market.
per, HW lb**,..
Beef,
1'qrfc
Mutton
Hldi's(gr'n)
rotatocH
TumliH
rttrrot d
PnranlpH
UrotH
Oiibbrt'ie    '
Onions
Apples,
Pours
WIiohI
Oata '
Pons
Hav,       tier ton  	
Bui ter (rolls) per iti	
OheoHt!, "    ...,.,	
KKt/s,      pcrdox.	
Orv*('..       oo'l) . •>< •	
DuMcs'1'      "
Chlckons, per pair....	
Turkeys, ner 10 »,..«
CordwmHi (roliill) per cord	
 ifl ■nrtr.fi i
,?7 wi & mm
. 7 OOffll HOO
. KM) (MOW
.9mm ooo
0 75$ ooo
. 0 870 0 7&
■ 0 4Q® 0 75
. 0 7"i(J* 100
0 75M 100
. 0fi0$ 100
2 000 2 25
. 800(9 400
. 2 000 2 SO
. 1600 17.5
1 fiM 1 fiO
  1 60C«* 0 00
tier (ot 14 00(900 00
0 2.1(3 0 30
Tiik Cas aha   Pkesbythbian  is pi
uinced to be the "loading denomlti .
tional puper ln Canada,*'  Is now ln its
rixtkknth yctu' of publltiiitlon, and ln all
its departments will be botter than ever
during tho coming year.
The IluiiAi. Canadian, about to enter
on its tentji ybah, Is styled tbe "Aj?rieol-
tural authority of the Dominion," is a
larn fl pp. paper, with departments to
KUltthe varied tastes ivnd Interests tobe
fouhd In every homo.11'      "        • '
Snltsrrlbe fur both Papera now and
save $1.
Address: . ,
O. BLACKBTT ROBINSON,
d-de7adlib 5 Jordan Street, Toronto.
THQS. OVENS,
MANUFACTUKEB OF
—AT-
JAMES ELLARD & CO/S
A splendid aaaortment of Xmas presents now on show consisting of
Plush Goods, Glassware,Ladies' Hand Satchels, &c.
-A UNE BK.ECTIOS OV-
UGE TIES, COLLARS, PLASTROMS, SILK HAHDO'S
Rhine-Stone, tortoise Shell and Celluloid Hair Pins
an Endless Variety.
_Wft Good Assortment of General Dry Goods, House Furnishings and Carpets.   Prices right.
Men'sl and Boys'Clothing, Hats and Caps.
A full line of Men's Furnishing Goods, Ties, Scarfs, Braces,
Callars, Cuffs and Umbrellas.
A Specialty, Men's Mcintosh Overcoats.
TKUaKS ft VALISES. MENTt FN MOGUL'S WW YMK IUM tKnOUSS
Jas. Ellard & Co.,
LONDON HOUSE,
No. Mil antl W, Car. Columbia and Mary
StreeU, New Westminster,    d»del8
POSITIVEIiY
THE LAST WEEK
THE-
■ ISKS
.oa|
. 160 6
.11568
.060(0
01106
, 3 SO IB
AU Kinds of Machinery, Patent Locks,
Safea, Sewing Machmea, fto., ftc,
Repaired.
BLACKSMITHINC
In all Its branched.  Farmers', Loggers',
Mill mul Contract Work; Agricultural
Implementn( nml everything In tho
blacksmith line made to order.
Having secured flnt-claua workmen, we
feel confident ot giving utlnfaotlon.
W Hor»c-nhoeliiB ft spoclfilty.
dwjlyjltc]   Columbia St., New Wwt.
>B01AZi
Tbe Great French Remedy, pr. Le*
Lfnc's Periodical Pills. These Pills arc
compounded from' the purest drugs, and
from those only which are known to act
upon the Generative Organ* in Females.
They arc first enclosed in an air-tight
capsule, and hy this means mnde to retain their fnll strongth for yean in any
climate. Ask us for private circular.
A. M. Hkkrinu ft II. S. CimTiii&Co.,
Now Weetminutor: T. McNeeley, Lud-
ner'tiLanding; II. MeUowuIl ft Co., Vancouver) Pimhury ft Co., Nanaimoj T.
Pickard, Denmuii Island; A, K. Johnwu ;
ft On,. Chemainus; R. B. Richardson ■
Cowichan; W. K. McCartney ft Bro.,
Vancouver ami Kamloops; Hastings Saw
Mill Co., Vancouver; The Van<:ouvor
Drug Co., Vancouver; J.B. Lovell, Yale;
W. R, Hcinw, Priest Valley; H. Clark
ft Co., Kamloops; Lanolkv ft Co.,
wholesale auents, Victoria.    dwseSSyl
THE Wl'JiT MMHIF, FHKHKITKHIIKIt.
--IH* ttrf.il UliiHtraleil Rrllliih 4'alntM*
Wa Kdlllua. .1 nill «ui>pl> bun oti IimuiI
•I T, R. IVMrnim dl ro'*,! Mtli* tigeBlt ftir
ttwMtttiiUnd. nl H rt*,e*eh, tt
A new map of, British Columbia Juat
Issued hv the government, tot sale at
T. li, fVari«i!i ft Cn'». The htint map
ever Iwncl; *-,-.V-Adr,
Joh printltiu of all kinds neatly done
at the ((il.Liinu.VN uHlce. Prlcen will he
found inw,T tlmti at t\ny othfr office tn
I>"l.*tiv|,|.r,~.|(,V1
INDUCEMENTS
 FOK TUB	
HOLIDAYS
15 per Dent. Bisconnt for the
next 15 days.
in nv SNA   nrni
Closing Oot Si I
 AT	
N. A. WHITES OLD STAND
Extraordinary Inducements
To Buyers, as the Entire Stock MUST be
sold this week.
OGLE, CAMPBELL & CO.
d-dc20w2
BAKERS and GROCERS
Bl
UYING FROM THR MANUFAC-
turera for cash, I am in a position
to sell at bottom prices. My Goods are
marked in plain figures nnd the prices
have not been put up to meet the dis'
count taken off. Call and see prices before purchasing elsewhere.
*3* Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty.
Jewelry made to ordor.
I. (itAki;.
WATCHMAKER,
OrrnsiTR tbu Habit, itw-ilelSto
KELLY   BROS.
HO HAVE FOR MANY YEABS SUPPLIED THE WEST END WITH
excellent Bread nnd Miperim- Orocerivs have just purchased Mr. Willie's
lease of the Bakery, lately owned by P. Kimble, on Columbia Street, and will keep
the two houses open for thu accommodation of the public. They engage to supply
Ooods of the very Iwat description and at the hi wost possible price.
WH
r Goods delivered to all parts of thc City freo of charge.
dieSMc
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
Stationery & Printing Company, Id.
IMPORTEHK AND DEALERS IN
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
New Weatmlnater  Vancouver a Viotoria. —,
,'itTi-itntVat-^y-^_:-^ittfis^
Hems In Brief.
Pensions culled for §14,000,000 during Novomber.
Now York bus sp.'nt-$700,fjflp on its
canals this year.
Tbe Leadville mines liave produced
§114,000,000 tu date.
Mme. Patti is to be paid 8100,000
for Iier month's singing.
Ult'. Ehtta   has  a yown made by
Wdfli wliifi cost 64,00(7,; t
Courbet denounces Tonquin
,, litiloBtinli^iW-ttith.
'§o ■■hltiiii a] 'Curkay.iisaid to bo
in eonsuliit (li'caa of il'ssassniation.
The French government costs §403,-
000 francs, or about §00,000 an hour.
On the lst of December the United
States Treasury contained §430,023,-
740.
KiugjKiUakaua Ijought §3,CjpO worjJl
of lir.wui'ks .in '.Sail 'Fraiitiist'o last
ivcek.  **v,rf.*    s-y «4r   «$».
.Jay Gould has bought a pew in a
Now York Presbyteriun church for
§2,000. •■,,;,■
Fire losses for November in the
United States and Canada aggregate
S10,000,000.
Mrs. Lingtry's first investment on
this trip j*t>.§ll,000 iji a Now York
roul.ilB'rtyS mortgage,; '-s-\
«tW bali»Ted tint .the Ciiiuese in
California "suit" from §1000 to §2000
in silver dollars every week.
The silver mines of Montana repre-'
sout auii^estinantqf §2Q,OQQ,000, and
muiinOitupl|ili."i^''ti^ much riioipBi   f
hie&ioliuirs of • the . b'u4s in tho
Metropolitan Opera House in New
York this season represent §700,500,-
000.
ti Pft'iktli^. lawyers in the.Mor-
eo'ifeit iii New York amount
1,006. ■ Tfie estate is" worth
'¥<,'■> I.i VV? ii'
public hits pai3 for Appletoh's
"Amorican Cyclopftsdin,: in ita various
editions, including annual supplements,
nearly 815,000,000.
fojtae-jirqvince of Ohiua "00 abler
bodied men I crippled * their hands to
escape military service, and 300 of
them were taken out aud beheaded. <
A.Loudon lady died last week, leaving £i0i000 tb ihe Dogf Home;at Bat,
torseu," while V> hoi' executor,' a' poor
clergyman with a large-family, wns left
£l00nstt1o&cy.V: < ■'   :■ '":,.
The doom of the bustle is pronounced. In the gay capitals of Europe
fashionablo dogs aro beginning to weur
therie' appendages 'as' well as the'peculiarities of their anatomy will permit.
ftdl^flwcingisj. P«¥*^tQod business when you once get the hang .of it.
Tiuu Man re, tho exponent; of the
Spanish fandango, gots $10,000 a
year, Rosatti gets #12,000, and Subra
60,000. ,    _.
Tiie Buvai*mii (authorities tire getting
nb»wy twipsgiftlffi road King's d^bts-by
permitting people to inspect his pal-
itces at an admission foo of 50 cts. Iu
tliis way $100,000 has beon realized
already.
in 1840 a deposit of $10 was made
in the savings bank at DoveiyN.H. -It
remained in tbe bank until the other
dny, whfiu tli-i .book was presented and
the accourif clqBC(t_by:the_)ayrtjonfcof:
$105.83. *     *       7
An opera houso far exceeding tlie
usual dimensions is guaranteed to Chi-
" / itke $1,500,000 which ft 3wu.jp
jlion&U'es hits raised. A Bite is
ibil. py a ■ i?aae ^i$iiiu£- ninety-
years, and thu big sum will be
1 entirely tb the structure. The
fa" :_to haVe an riudifemuni better
suited' to national gatherings than the
old Exposition building.
New  Fuels Abont cannlbuls.
I      I —p%
It hen loi.Lf Ij^en known that a few
tribes $f cannibals lived in Africa, but
tliere |tas|#i^U rocentrf uo reason to
belicw tint the-ti'ibw' of antliropo-
phngi arc numerous aud that cannibalism is practiced in quite a large part of
thc continent. The new discovery is
ilrttt'ipuH of uxplorfttions in the Congo
niltiili'}R-o'ui')rd nuuiorousitliiin in tiny
..the. ■jfert ii.f;. the worlds-There is
Home striking differences witli regard
In this practice among various tribes.
When LWutontmta1 Kund and Tap-
ptmbeck were travoling between the
Wanibu iiuijl; Iyviju, rivers they camo
turning tlie gentle nir'tl tiiokt tribe of
tho PiimlmltftsV who' CohfeflHed that
thoy wove nien-eatei'd on a small scale.
"Ity [is true," j tjily said, "tlirtt-wo ea\
peoplo toiioiMvi -Jiavo any people to
eat, hub that ih not vary often." This
announcement hus a tinge of sadneHs
due tAiKlio foot |liBt:thelJamballas,
nut In-tug wiCrlik'L', .Ire gcitorally the
under tlugrt in tlie fight thnt surrounding tribes rovco upon them, and thev
tlunk^Jiejnsolvi^ hjck.v, if now and
thefi ht o.i_<jmy 'M>i iiit«. their lunula.
"5"$$ ^iis1^'*' 'Jl'JJ *?■• conduct of
the tnon-eatcrs whoiii tlie stimb traveller met. further east. "Why," thoy
insolently shouted, *'do you not give
us some of your men to eaH You are
no friendsjA i>uj$^ When tlie. Majac-
cnsctiine auioiijjfus tiiey never fail to
bring os ioi^ie men t,d cut. They arc
our friends.
Other cannibals in the Congo .Basin
deny''tlrtit' they are mou-eatero, and
will: admit' th« truth as lung as thoy
tau critical it. Few uf the Bungaillas
wi!j( talji on tlio subject to white men.
'the practice in their tribes is usually
conllued to thoir cliiofn and loaders,
thoy being considered -as specially
|n'i<*i1eged. {
It in iuipi'SBiblo its yot to say what
(•au.'H-s.confirm somo tribes in the practice tif c^injl'-ilunn, ivhilo near related
tribest^urafc^ei-pdetv. •The'Mon-
bttttus ou the Wollo.Makua, who are
eajoptjoitally advanced in thoir arts
,   4 ,.. .:-.....   -— cttj^iihrtls,    ^],e
he "litter.- hind, *hv
ues ftrmthcaBt and who
are tif tirdtumo stuck as the Moubut
tiw and like them in their development, wouldn't   dream   of  eating   a
SW^^X^M^t;
which is the greatest luxury tlie common people can have, as they aro confined almost wholly lo a vegetable
oict.v-.V^afer'/ * lavifooili.
3ttn
Bennett's Editorials*
Once miring the!career of young De,
Jtyse he was <HaeVinai(»giiqt, editor of:
the Telegram, and he was informed by
Mr. Bennett (hat the editorials for the
paper would be furnished from day to
day by Mr. Lb vein, wlio occupied a
position on the Herald staff These
editorials used to come in written iu a
number of different hands and marked
*,' must" by Levein. De Nyse became
dissatisfied with theso and imagined
they wero hurting the paper vory
much. So uno day he called on the
proprietor.
Said he, " Mf. Bennett, you have.
made mc mahu'gjug editor of the
Telegram, and lain trying my best to
push the paper tu success. But .this
mail ■Lutein is hampering me very'
much."
" How su I" questioned Mr. Bennett, looking up with some surprise.
lt Well, I don't want to interfere
with any man whu is earning his bread
and buttor, but at the same time Le*
veiu Bends in a lut uf editorials that
are- nut written by liimielf, and I
suppose hu is getting his friend* to do
the work for liim. I shouldn't object
to that if thu editorials were good, hut
they e,\e horrible bad. There is one
man in particular who turns in about
tlie worst rut I.ever saw in a newspaper. I haven't the faintest notion
who he is, but the stuff he sends
through Levein is laughed, at all over,
-the oAice„und is snr trivial that it juat
.jibout destroys tlioeffbct uf any work I
dolu-thU-newa departfttefit. Here is
some of the manuscript."
Mr. Bennett took up a slip uf paper
and'looked'at"H for a tu'otnont". Then
he Baid, " So yuu don't think tin's
writer ought to bb allowed to put, his
stuff in print.?'*     ■ V;.'
"No," responded' De Nyse", frankly, " I do not. It is quite evident that
this particular man is a fool."
" Quite possibly," said Mr. Bennett,
very quietly. " 1 wrote those editorials 'ftiyself.''■> '
' De Nyse fell back in hie chair with
a,gasp. - His hair fairly stood on end.
He started" to make Bohie sort of ^explanation, but Bennett cut him short.
. "None of that," exclaimed the proprietor of the Herald; none of that.
I. thought those editorials were pretty good;- • but as 'they do not seem
to impress other people in the same
light, I shall never write another.
Good day."
| Mr. De Nyse returned to. his I post
considerably saddened, but' he never
had any further editorials from Mr.
i Bennett.—Cw. Boston Herald. |"
The History or Kissing.
The story runs that kissing was introduced into England by Rowenu.the
daughter of Hengist the Saxon, says
the St. Paul Globe, At a banquet
whioh wm given by the British monarch in honor of his allies, the princess, after pressing the brimming
benlter to her lips, saluted lhe astonished and delighted Yorligern with a
little kiaj, after the imumer of her own
people. So well did the kiss thrive in
thu genial climate of England that,
from being an occasional luxury, it
soon became au; everyday enjoyment,
and the Knglish soon became celebrated fnr and near ns n kissing people. Tu fact, so far hnd their celebrity spread in this respect that when
Cavendish', the biographer of the great
" Ohild of Honour, Cardinal Wolsey,"
visited a French nobleman at his chateau, the lady of the house, ou enter
ing the room with her train of attend-
unt maidens for the purpose of welcoming,the jiuest uf her husband, thus
accosted him: '• Forasmuch as ye be
an Englishman, whose custom it is iu
your country:to kiss all ladies and gentlewomen without offense, and although it be not so in this realm, yet
will I he so hold hs tn kiss you, and so
wiU all my maidens." Whereupon the
rafters of tho chateau rang with the
heartiness ofthe osculation, im-^ouht
to the great satisfaction of the fair
chatelaine herself, her many aud met ry
maidens, aud above all to CavetidUh
himself. In the retail of Edward IV.
a guest was exfiected-'cin* his arrival,
and also ou his departure, to salute
not only his hnsless but all the ladies
of the family. In fuet no < ooisinn was
lost on which to bestow a kiss, snd
Shakspeare inakrs bluff King Hnl **.y
at Wolsey's banquet nt Hampton court
palace, after he had danced with Anne
Buleyn,' " 1 were unmannerly to take
you out nnd not lo kisx yon. ' Frum
England kissing fuund it* way tn this
country, though it U much t<> he regretted that the fathers of the country
were altogether too puritanical tn give
the delicious pastime I full Swing. It
was to be dune decorously und in nr*
der, nud woe betide the luvjiiff bin-
band who dared to iuv»de tlie »t.mttiiy
of the Sabbath by kisniug hi.-, wifo on
that sacred day. j j     , ,   ..
To such a degree had the practice nf
kisBim; attained in England that ladies
were accustomed to use kiifing comfits, compnsud nf umbergris nnd other
ingredients, for the purpese <>f sweetening tlieir breaths., Thu't', beyond
all question, were the-, foreru'iiiets . f
the eachmw, trix, and mlifer \.\a
things with which the lad ten of the'
nreseiit day taint their lucnths.
''Their Breaths with swet-t'iiOiits lain •
edflrc," says Mercian1, When While*
baok wan the t/uilmsaldni <f Olivt-r
Ornnjvell tn the miiiri of CtrUt u-.< of
Sweden,i-Kw queen one tUv, ti-lompa-
nied by her ladies, dint'd with htm,
and the rpieen,   tniihhig   |i»li   lii-i-elf
perhaps   fiica lesann, v piuurfui)  Hm
uinbnstfldi'r tn teach her sui'n tlm Bu.
glinli mode ' f RiiliitnHnit Wlltiuhttvh!
fell tu wnrk at his plcitsittg tusk lnuuu>
diately, ntid nfter tt fejt " u»y and
pretty dcfrttiuett" frnm Irs pupils nunii
found in I hem the iitiiM ?Jpl <<f suhulutK,
ready to carry "Ut his in. truoi i-n.4 in
the fetter, But the pi-tii tree ntiive^al
kissing Ju Euuhunl ft;ll intu dismtf.
IiT t'h'etime "f then- nweiic fsn'itaiel.*,
Willium and Mary, it. *aus u'ty litiJv
praotieud, and frt'-tii tlmt time ntit tjnii*
tinned tn lit-restrict*d  tn   it»,]ir"ier
ntH' ntid tlii|tlnycd only   nil.   pl'npfl* nil
'o,isinriH--8''d'.'( for ii stiitict*. as wht'it a
bt'tiiily i.i cmight nehep nr under ilie
in s letui', where it is iiIhii^h in  < td \>,
■ Wontis causa fi!V.fri.liii(.->n, mitnidng
ami rtHtlosWii-BB dtii'ltig ult'ep. Miith(f
Gt-iives' Worm Kxtfniiua.ur U pluaiuiit,
siti'c and '■flbi'ttftl. If yutil' di ti^.JNt lm -,
,jioiio in Htock, get hiut .to prjteuri* it for
"vnn
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel,of
purli.y.strotifjtlt and wholesomeneBs. Moi-n
economical Mian the ordinary kinds, and
cannot Uo sold in compo Illon with the
multitude of low test, short weight alum
nr phosphate powders. Sold only in cans.
Roval Baking Powder Ca..loa\VnH8t.,
NewYorfc: , .; 8teiy
NOTIOE
lA'XCtJO'UNTB MUST  HE PAID TO
"d-de7ml  . ; THOMAS WALSH.
me personally.
3STOTXQE3.
NOTICK IH HF3RKBY OIVEN THAT
i an application will ho made tothe
Parliament of Cuuurtunt ItKiiextKesston
for nn Aet to incorpomtc a Company to
build, maintain und operate a Une of
Rnilwuv from some convenient point in
or nenr tho City of New Westminister to
some convenient, point on or near the
10th parnUeLpf North lutltude, between
Hpintuhmoo Bay and Township 16, ln the
District of New Westiniuster, Province of
British Columbia.
New Westminster, 24th November, 1880.
[/i I /V- NORMAN ^OLE. :
d-de4ni2  -   I    Solicitor for Applicants.
HACK FOR HIRE.
mHE VN0ERSI6NED Uu oitabllsbnl
i- himself In the City ol New Weatmlnater with .a FinsT'C'LASS
COVERED CARRIAGE,
IVhlck I. open nr Kaogrnitul. .1
very modrrnte Ckurgea.
Orders left atthe Colonial Hotel or sent
by telephone, will be promptly attended
to day or night.  Slahlc next 11. Elliott's
JOS. OATES.
Telephone No. 81). niy lie
The British Columbia
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
Furnishes all Kinds of Help
Free of Charge.
OutHIK imt.
DO YOU WANT TO BUY OK HKlth A
RusIucsn, tnke a partner, etc.
PICKERIKS & CO.
OFFICE: Fort Strdeti between Donglaa
und Ilroiinblmi, VICTOKIA, ft C. Kl)
box 031. mh27
Wood and Goal
THE 8UBSCRIHE11 HAS ON HAND A
larse quantity of
REST WELLINGTON LUMP COAL
And nn assortment of
CORDWOOD,
Which he' will Boll nt lowest niti'8.   11^
will also promptly attend to nll kinds of
VSUfc.XIrXZXtTGK      ,   |
drdlrb loft atafr." McColl'sslnruon Co-i
Inlnbln street, or lit my house, Douglas
street, Will moel with prompt cttcntTon.
-    , HBNUV KUUOTT.
Now wrsliirrnstor li. Cr1 '-       llyllllc
MM
Telephone Oul Ha. s.
P.O. Box 71
CANCELLATION ^RESERVE
NOTICK |^ HKRK11Y GIVEN TIKT
tlio Hihitvc, notico whereof w'tM pit'--
llsltpri lu tli<> "Ih-lttHli Columliia Giutotiv."
und ilntcil llic 71 li day of Autrifi, ISfll, litis
hpiMi fnnwilli'il byniiOnl^rof HIh Honour
Iho M'ltti'iiiint-tinvnpiior In C«uni*H, unproved on tint ilrlt duvof li jiit»<-r, ihkh.
In ho fiit-i.s It nthilt'H tu Hu- htmlH In New
Vinimlmlor MNtrl.-t wltldi coiisttittt.*
the towntilcof lliiK'tiiiix. nurnmt InlH,
for Mr- liurf<i;>,poff;ilc-ln loin or liloflc nt
putjlii-.iiu-tl in, amt for no other purpose.
WM, HMITHE,
tClili*f C«uim|s«ioi|rrof LiniiUA \Voikn.,
ijnnii* & WorkH DuituHMont,'
VI toiln, H: ('.i'tipM-mfcerflih, 18*1.
(l-ilollm8
NOETH
I    I.
I'niillal. S3.ooo.otio; .losses
raid, sts,ooo.(ioo
B.li.l.lli.l.r.1 IMUI.
Rates as Low as any other
Company doing Business
in British Columbia.
iff Ui.-tk.< jnoiitptly tuken, anil Lof.ul
y:lti,:l';u:torlly ...If 1
T, ft. PF. AFtSOM.     ,
iIiipTIr ill, (!.«,'* P.Ci.) A(1F.NT.
WM McCOLL,
It I  If    L    J1    I
yes6Til .H6i.wlU.U5ii
Dry Goods, Men's Furnishings,
Groceries & Provisions.
LUTOBOM'S BMOK, Oolumblu 81.
dw-nnmc
PIONEKR
Fish s Game Store!
WM. H. VIANEN
HAS ALWAYS ON HA1W A UOOD
supply of
Fresh and Salt Water Fish.
QAMB IIT SB-&.SOJST.
DEALER IN SKIrJS AND .PELTRIES.
Purchase, will bo delivered In uny purt
of the Clly fnteof clmiKe.        d-Jlyslyl
NOTICE.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEOS LEAVE
to Inform IiIh friends antl thu Public
Sppcrally Mint he hns pureh used of iMottsrs.
tweus A Insley the premlsos lutely known
aa the "Bln«liam HonNc," slluateon Columhla Street, in this city, opposite tho
Station of the C. P. K.—to lietieiieeforth
known an the Depot Hotel—whet's he ventures lo hope: that hy strict attention to
the comfort and rcqufreinentHof his patrons to merit it share of their support.
The ciiiNine will bo under the iiimuure-
ment of an experienced cook tind the
sleeping ilppartiin'nt Under the personal
superintendence of Hn. Billaduaux.
Premises quite new und charges moderate.''
P. O. BILLADEAUX.
New Westminster..lOth Nov., 1880.
tlno-'fOml
IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE WW%
I OiidBboad St. and 16 Pai'.I Mali,,
LONDON.
iySTITFTED 1808.
FOR INSURING HOUSES ft OTHKK
Buildings, Goods, Wai-es, Mevehan-
tlise, Manufacttmug and Farming Stock,
Ships in Fort, Harbor or Dock, and the
Cwgoei of such Vessels ; also, Shins building and repairing, Barges and other Ves-
sots on navigable rivers and canaU, and
Goods ou hoard such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and in Foreign
Countries,
FROM LOBS Olt DAMAGE BV FIKK.
Subscribed and Iu vested Capital,
£1.600,000 STC*.
Rates of Premium and overy information can be obtained on application to
W. J. AltMSTRONti,
Agont for New Westminster.
PACIFIC
REID & CURRIE
MAHuFACTUREM «IMMRTERS OF
Farm Wagons,
Express Wagons,
Delivery Wagons,
Carriages,
Top Buggies,
Open Buggies,
Phaetons,
Butcher Carts,
Dog Carts,
Dump Carts,
Drays, Stages,
AND  EVKRYTHINII   IV  THK
• VKIHCLE UNE
Wc have a largo Btiick of iri.i.t of
tlio above artlolea on liaml, aho 11 lurce
alnck of Wagon ami Cnrriuge Material,
Wheels, Wood nnd Hardware.
Rcaalrliis. Fainting .1 Trimming
done at reasonable priee..
BLACKSMITHINC
lit all IU Branchex. ,
Kstiumtes given uu Ironwork, and
Contract* taken* Agricultural Implements made ami repaired, and all bifida
of Ironwork for Saw Mills, Logging
Camps and Fni-tuem, kept iu atock and
made to order.
Horsc-Shov.nif and Hener.il
Jobbing.
Wc also k'tep In stock to supply tlie
tfftdw, Iron, Stoet, Cltalns, CumlKiflarid
Coil, Horac and OxBhous, Harrows.
Iron and Steel Harrmf Teeth, Carriage
Splint's and Axles, and a coilipletu stock
of Carriage Hardware.
Parties requiring anything in our line
will find by inspecting our Htock that
lhey don't require to go to Victoria to
gut what they Want, tor thoy can got a
bttperior itrtiulo ut a reasonable price
here.
We arc aUi manufacturing and selling
the celclttatod i ■  nt ■
YItTOR   HAT  mm PKKS8,
At reduced prices.   It is tho best and
cheiipi-Rt I'hjhm in thb market.
ii <• Wi- drive ki>( the t>t»|t workmen to be
hail In the <!Ountr,v, mut wc Impnrt nearly
nil tha slock we iij_" from tho cant—ennsc-
rnicttt ly wu imi oflcr Iniluc^ntnlitN tn pm**
clniHcrs lliu I. wu cntihl nol (in wnlone some
time hk« All material and worl{ lc ivinir
tiip "imp will In* I'tii.rnntfi'U to ItH Jiml itn
rcprcscnicil. nnliv* trom the couitlry
prontpti*' a'.luudctl In.
.i»nctml REID & OURRIE.
DOUGLASS DEIGHTON.
Maiiiiluotilrerannil Importers of  .-,.
Ha rness, Saddles, Bridles, Whips, etc.
NEW ,WE§TitINSTER, B. 0.
dw-Jly31to ii
- ,^QTiOE~"""^
NrtTICE Ig HEREBY GIVEN THAT
,., ■;■£* hllv6 mndo appllootloii to the
Minister of Ihe Interior nt Ottawa for 11-
eense to eut timber- on . tlio ■ follow!i)K
lands: ,..,-. ,.   ,   ,,
Lots m; SST.-SSS, S82. aaS;-!KB-nnd ar»,in
Oroup One,  New Westminster Dlstrlel,
'    BOYALOITY PLANING MILLS CO.
I ILHnlted).:
Soutl. Hkndiiy, Manager.
Now Westmlnsler, Dec'15, 1880.. ii-illim
CHANGE OF TIME
ABLE.
STEAMER'
((
JQJ.ADVS"
TTNTJtl.   FURTHER'NpTIC'liWILL
U leave on MONDAYS tor ChflWhack
and wny places, returning on TuteUaye.
Leaves on tHTJRBDAYS for Hope and
way places, return Ing on Sntuijlays.
dWnoUto       CAPT. INBLE^'kaater.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IB HEUEI1Y GIVEN THAT
application will be mude to tlie Leg-
iNlallve Ai«cmljlyof the Provlncoof Brl-
tlsli Cntdmbla.ai Its next session, for an
Act to incorporate a Company for the con*
Htt'uctlon and operation of a llneof Hallway In the Dlstrlet of New Westminster
lu tlio IVi.vlnu* of HrlUtth Columbia, from
a point at or near Lntlner'a Landing,
tlicnco In: a North Easterly direction to a
point nt oMieaf Popciun.J >' lull v-
Dated nt Victoria lh^7lh day of December, A.D. 1886, 	
EBHRTS 4S'TAYLOR,
d-deSwO Solicitor for Applicants.
ALBION
MARBLE WORKS
JAMK8 FISHEB, Proprietor.
MONUMENTS; HEAD STONEf., TOMBS,
TABLETS AND CROSBESiPTJR-
' NITURE MARBLE, Ae.
Persona living at a distance, by sending
a dcNcrlption of what they wlsk. can have
designs*, prices, etc., furnished »n application. All work guaranteed equal to Any
on the Pacilic Coast, and af nasomible
rates.- Ns( B,—No agents emplofid. '   .
Cordon Street, Victor*, B. C.
Opp. St. Andrew'h Piosbyterla* Church
ii .: I. u     ..IPhlSto      ..,,•.
., What Phvsiciaks Say About the
STARR KIDNEY PAD.
"Treatment by Absorption han for noma
time ,bocu recognized Ity Medical A' nto
be the must simple and effectual td -ans
of conveying to'Diseased Otgnns,;"Uura-
tlves," but in cases of Kidney Disease and
Complaints aitenuant thereon, sncccHsful
treatment was pranticnbly InfpdssIbfO until the introduction of tticHtarr Kidney
Tad.- It costs less than a single pvestjrlp-
tlon and: Is. Immeasurably more decisive
and .effectiVH than tnij/ quat\tUyt\f internal
Medicln/tl dnshtf/, Vfovn iinhiedlately over
t he sent of DIHeuieV 11": cumlivo proper! ies
become alisorlicd bv the dlsoased and eu-
fcabledOreiuiK,continuously!and directly,
aa required to Insure In return thoir healthy action hnd original vigour. It Ir comfortable to tho patient nud pleasant in Its
effects, and mires when nothing else can.
The Starr Kidney Pad accomplishes positive, decisive results.' A-mure valuable
discovery as a true remedy for Kidney
Diseases wan never made—Medical Gazette
Tlie Slnrr Kidney Pad, "manufactured
In Toronto, Is a permanent aure,cure for
diseases', disorders and allmente-of the
Kidneys, Bladder und urinary secretive
system, or attendant .complaints, causing
pain In the small of the back, sides,etc.,
producing urinary disorders, such as too
frequent, scanty, difficult, painful or copious micturition, inability of retention and
sedimentary urine, dropsloal .symptoms,
clc..denoting tlie presence In tlie system
of diseases common to tho urinary secretive orgnns—Icuown as gravel, catarrh of
the bladder and passages,Brlght'adlsease,
diabetes, dropsy, piles, nervous debility,
etc. Rend for pamphlet to LANOLBYA
CO., Wholemilo Agents, Vlclorln. Retail-
ed by, A. M. HERRING and D. S. CDRTIS
at CO., New Westminster: T. MCNEELEY, Ladner's Landing: H. MbDOWELL
ACQ., HASTINGS SAW MILL CO., THE
VANCOUVER DRUG CO., Vancouver;
Wl E. MCCARTNEY A BRO., Vancouver
and KnUlloopHj J, B. LOVELL Yale: Vf.
R. MEGAW.Prlosl^nlley, H. CLARK A
CO., Kamloops,' "   dwseWyl
FirelRre!
TESTIMONIAL!
,V-    ,, Vunconver, fflrd June, 1886.
Mlta. IlOBpRTSON, '    'l"   *"
tj    . Vancouver; . .<.
ItepresenHng Goldlc A McCulloch,
"  !    .  ;i Galt.Ont.
Sib.—We the nti.leisumcd having wit*,
ncased the terrible flte which wiped out of
cxlatcncc tne voting city of Vancouver,
on tlir irttli lust., have, after the fire, examined the safes snid. by you, some of
which were put to the most severe'tent,
having been surrounded by largo quantities of lard nnd bacon, aud we aro pleuned
to testify to the remarkable manner In
which -every Safe sold by you preserved
its contents, not only books nuil papers,
hut also thousands of dollars ln paper
money were taken out In perfect condition. We can, therefore, wRh the great*;
est confidence, recommend theni ns thoroughly fire proof:
L. A. Hamilton, for the Canadian Pacific
Hallway Company: M. A. MacLean,
Mnyor; John J. Blake, stipendiary Magistrate; Hloh'd. Alexander, Justice of
the Pence; John DouHbeo, Police Magistrate, City of Vuiicntiver; Thoinas Dunn,
Justice of tlio Pence; I«aac Johns, Col.j
Edward E. Rand,. Real Kstate Broker;
R. Balfour, Alderman; John Rankin,
Real Estate Broker; Pither A Edson,
Royal Hole); II, F. Keefer, Contractor,
C. P. U,: J. \\\ McKnrlodd, Port Moody,
to Vancouver and English Bay; P. C.
Innes A Co, Kent Estate Brokers; A. W.
Ross, Real Estate Broker; Gravely A
HplnkH, Real Estato Brokers; R. C. Vet-
gtisuii, Mgr. It. C.P. Mills.   .       jeOOto
|!,.n.J    CLEMENT F. CORN WALK        j
CANADA.
PROVINCE OF  BRITISH, COLOMBIA
VICTORIA, by ihe Grace of Gim) of the
United Kingdom of Great Britain and
Ireland, Qrr.KX, Defender of lha Faith,
Ae.. Ac.Ae. ,       -. . ;    .
ToOurfnllliftil the Members Heeled to
serve in th» Legislative Assembly of Our
pi,..tiii:cuf Hiin-. qimniiuiit, aiiasuiu-
inoiieil nivl called to a mccllng of the
Legislature or Parliament of Our said
Province, at "tir City of Vlclorln, on
Monday.ihcThlrtecnl h dny of December
Instant, to bave boon commenced and
held, nnd every of you-GnfeKTtNo;
. A PROCLAMATION.
Ai.nx. E. B. Davik.1 WHEREAS THB
AUornru-Gvnmtl.i }\ Meeting of tlio
LcglBlatum or Parliament of the Province
of British Colombia stands called for Mon-*-
day, the Thirteenth day of December instant, itt which time at* Our City of Victoria, you were held and constrained to
appear.
NOW KNOW YE.tbatfordlvcracauBOT
and consideration, ami taking Into '-on-
sldcratlon the caso and convenience of our
loving subjects. We have (bought fit, by
and with the advice of uur Executive.
Council of the Provinco of British Columbia, Ui relieve von, and oach bf yon,
ofyourattendnnceat the timo aforesaid j
hereby convoking, ami by those presents
enjoining, you ami each of you, that on
MONDAY, tho TWBNTY-FOITRTH day
of the month of JANUARY uokL you
meet Us In Our snid Legislature or Parlia-
montof Oursald Province, nt Our City of
Vletorla, FOR THE DISPATCH OF BUSINESS, to treat, do, not, mil conclude upon those things which in Our Legislature
ofthe Province of British Columblu, by
the Com mon Council of Onr said Province
may, by the favor of God be nmultu'd,
Iv  TJurriMoKY   Wiikiiroi*,   Wo have
caused these Otir hettern lo bn made
Patsnt and tlto Great, Real nf tho said
. Province to be hereunto affixed: Wit*
nksh the HonorableCi.rmkntF.Coun-
wali., Lleulennitt-noverlior of Onr
snid Provide*'of Uritish Columbia, in
OurClly of Victoria, In,Our said Pro-
vinenjitiiK Tenth dny W Deoember, In
th" veiir if Our Lord, ono thousand
nlifhl lnuiilreil and eighty six, nnd In
lhe fiftieth yearof Our Reign.
Ily Command,
JNO. nOHNON.
il-ilt'lJiljl I'rovliclaiMeet'ptory.
dPHNS,;Q0X,
■ ' Importer "and Dealer in •
WHITE LKOHORKB,
BROWN I.BOHURXa,
PLYMOUTH UOC1C8,
,■„     .,   ,,       .       LAH01HAR08,   ,
WI.llrCce.nd Black Poland.,    ",
— . Guinea Fowl.." R,tt.u Iraokl.
■" ' Vila Pekin Dnck., Uf
Pit Cm.., Haudan..
B».llinls anil Egia aupnlled al low ratea,
null ull dUickguani.teeil,    .
Hoyul Avenue, Sail of JloaglM 8t. i
mliBtc
New Westminster, Coul Harbor
aud Seattle Boole. 	
(J. W. TARTE, MMter.)
WILL LEAVE SEATTLE EVERT
Tknr.d.y Honlai al I .'d.ck, (or
New Weatmlnater and Coal Harbor, via
Port Townsend and the Island.; arrive, at
Xew Westmlnsler: .on Friday forenoon,
leaven for Coal Harbor about two hour,
afterwards; leaves COAL HARBOR Frl«
day Mllil (or Scnlllo.   ,
ran I. Keollle. ...MM
I'KKkl per le....... 4.0. ,
Kneclal rates to merohanta.       aplOtc
A Private College!
 ^Fon	
Boarding & Day Pupils, Boys,
WILL BE OrENED AI
ROSS BAY, VICTORIA, B.C.
J. ; —on—i '
MONDAY. AMUST 16, l$8tt.
HIE BUILDING HAH 15 LARGE
_ Rooms and Ib well furnlaticd with
reglater grates, liath roomtt, Ac. Ae.
Excellent opportunities for all Mr.	
heAllIifitI exergues, including bontlng and
t;
■eglsior grates, tiath roomtt, &c. *c.
Excfltcnt opportunities for all klndflof
.lCRlUifu*— * '
bntlilmc.
I'upilri will be made most cotifortublo
nnd their general welfare carefully'con*
sldorcd. .
A COMPEfENT STAFF OF INSTRUCTORS
will be maintained. .   ,y,,'.. ,
ExcellentfttcllltlcH will be afforded for
Instruction In KhrIIhIi, t'ounurreliil,
t'latiKlcHl and No4rrn Luugnaxe Subject*1,
with Uitriiuienlal Mnxlr.
Applicntloti Forms, Reference*, and full
information furnished by
KKV. 0. J. BBKST0N, H.A.,
NEW W*B»T»tNHTKK.
June 0,1886. dwjly21te
Re-Opening!
J S MANSON,
Merchant Tailor!
IIA8 OPENED A SHOP ON
McKEN2IE    STREET,
Plrxt Door to the Right from Columbia
fttreot, and will huve always on hand
.   a full asHortmeutof
icn&
AND AT lUjAfJONABbP ifBlOKS.
A PERFECT  FIT
Guaranteed In Every Case,
"    docBte' -
ttOmJMUELNT
Canada Life
ASSURANCE   COMPANY.
ESTABLISHED  1847
Capital 4 FHnds, • $§,0(M.00t)
Annntil Income, • $1,400,000
THE UNDERSIGUED HAVINO BEHN
" ubpotnted Agent for the above Com-
The standlnv and bualneal of thll Cora'
pany affords to those Inaared therein
Absolute Security,
Combined with the fewest R.trs .ad'
lllgknl nivlde.d. peailble.
In the East.
THE FIRST.IN8TALMENT OP illt ,
McPhnden's purchases In the Eiihi
has JastL arrived. This shipment hn
been, hurried throuKb specially for thf
Christmas and holiday trade, ahd consist.
of choice and well selected Goods, suitable (or tliis season of ttie year. ,
Heavy invoices and .bills of lading arc
Jufltto hand direct ffom miraufactdrers
retlners ntid packers of Goods, now in
transit across the continent, and,when
this lot arrives McPhaden will carry the
beet assortment of        l-Joti    ■'■-
Staple tind Fnii<»
....rVCIi'lMje.rifc'',*:,.
in  the  Province,   and • sell   at   prlccfi
never before touched in British Colnmbia.
Coal Oil.     Coal Oil.
A carload'of the famous high tent' Mnnti
Drop CmI Oil dlreot /nam C'evclimil,
Ohio, expected dally,
SUGAR,
SUGAR.
A oar load direct from refinery of Sugars, Syrups and Molassett expected tin
the Mth. 3 .,:•,'
Just arrived direct from Yoknniimii, fix
"CltV of Peklit,*' a fine lino nf .In pun, Kiijj-
llsh Breakfast, Young Hyson, 0(iloni,'iititl ,
Gunpowder Teas.      ;:,
rHrCaU and examine our Ono<l> before
purchasing your Chrlsttjin*- .supplies,
D. McPHADEN,
Importer,'Wholeaalo & Kctiiil (Itocer.
new Westminster,.b. ,cl   Atone
■ i ■.   ■      ; 11:, :■ ■ . ■ I |... ,..,;'■
Dry Ooods
cLQTEaa
—AHD——
GROCERIES
XIIR UNDEtWIONED HAS BEEN..
liolllt.il nacntlli Britisli Ci'lnmbl.k
ise lieiiullfiil inoiiiiincnts. Full pnrf
lllnrs ns to prico. nnd designs on upptlf
tion. CHAS. I. ROBSON,
At tlie Fruit nnd Uonfeotlonory Store, i.
poslteCnlonlnl Hotel, New Weatmln.I
fir. mWl
JUST RHCKIVBD IN DRY; OOODS,
Is all .liailei and material of, PKEHir'
OOODS, Including C-iahimres, Morion.,
SUIta, Sathn, Black and Colored V«lv..
toenj and .Ploihii. COtTOSS (liltartieil''
and' unbleaolied). LININGS, BiM
TONS, ftOIXA.\DS, *?. .qrej.^hiitv
Scrlet and Checked FUNNJJUS. ' LA-
DIES GLOVES, in Cotton, Wool, Sill:
and Kid, Ladle, jjerino anil Limit
Wool Vest.. JERSEYS, i.all' price...
Hoilery, Muslins, Diaper. Iri.li Linen;
Brilliants, ito., tc.
Men's Clothing I
can't be touched. ,
MEN'S FURNISHINGS
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