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VOLUME 2
fMTHfP
NEW WESTMINSTER, B, C„ 8At*J»DAY EVENING, MARCH If067.
-TwT
JCMliif brjitiinl-i;'il. Di.'ii'm.
, (Glasgow).
dwWIIc Ollllltwhaok, B. C. I
 '';lftt.Tg '
TyWOLI" IMITH. »*>?,
OFFIOE-Olarkson Atreet, opposite rear
ontranee'ofOolonlalHo-elif,-',- [Jj\y
i RESIDENCE—Agnes Ht.,.opposite new
Baptist Church. -"'   '■•■ I   .aniBJa
OKFIOE HOURS-10 n. m. to la noon j
to 5; ami 0:30 to 8 p. m. •   ' dnolKI*
flMPSfiW,
I.
M. MAOLKAlt, H. A.i M. B.JC.Sl.
OFFICE: MoKensle Rtreet, next door to
1-t.llShed.     •>'■'.      ..JJYST*;
RESinENOF.1 Aanes Street, third Iiouse
from Mary street.
OFFIOE IlODRSl into UlvtoGl.-HOto8.
d*dnl8lc
it m. cooper. b. a.,* d„
;phvsioiana8*jboeon;
' OFFIOE and ItESlDliNCE-Church St.
(nast dopr to Farmers' Home), near
. OolunJIila St., New Wastmlfi-jf, JWJ
OFFICE HOUH6-8 to lol. mi fig/mi
, R.30taHp.m.i Cnll* lu.town-aidJouti.
try promptly attended to.     *   *■'**- •
poarwwn * "*»li,  I
"r   _';^J^||lT0R8, ETC
Corner Tales A Douglas Streets,
hfibuuWift» ijEipftuAnTEus! first
•V .CIubi in,- eypvi*.reapect,"rf-Blly imi*--
pUttl »'MU uU^onvcnlcuccHofMortiirit
Hotel*.,' %am^Elegiint In al). Its Appointment*.  Price* Mstlerali*. .
H^ild mhgnlilccnt Hotel ls nnv open for
the weeptlqn of atoosts.,
iWNopulnswiil beBpnrcd by the man*
agoment id'make thia Hotel pk-aHnnt and
nttractlvfti-i  •>•«   y' ,,■ doe-He
T.
o. a-rmmir
BABBBIKR, SOI
McKensle gtrert,
Jwfetoto Kew
ITT. »OBMAS Ml
UARRMTEk-ifc^tW.
tanlAfMl   '     '. ,    ato'Siy to Loan.
" Oolumbia'-
seitc New Westminster, B.O.
(ft  Ml, ORART,
.   ABCHITEOT.
At A. J. Hill's Ofllce,
•UwfoBtc
McKensleSt.
ft   II. CLOW,
ARCHITECT.
OFFICE, for the prosont, at residence on
Clinton Stroet.
tm- Word may be loft nt D. Lyal's Bookstore.   . dwfcStc
"li.lo I—
CUPT. PITTBUDIXIOH,
I „" "" .llllil ol itl,
, LAND' AQENT, AC., AC
McKensle Slreet. N. W.
d-deltc
1    R. HOWIIC,
A.    Furraerly Howse, Hill
bsp to announoe that b. will re
Insasaa "■.At    t
a.rrey.r. RmI Bsule IStitfei not
vtsKweyuteer 1 '■
Oa .nd after the 21st Instant. Office, New
Caledonia Hotel, Murray St., Fort Moody.
selMo
 . i,/ ■!'■ ,
rrt j. iriiAPp,.:; sort W  if ii*;
AHOTIONEER AND APPRAISER,
Columblastreet.....^, New fvtn*lpst«r
';it,—;'lntt -
AU com missions will reerftW prim-pl
and careful attontlon.,} But Mfnrrnros
f Iven when required. mhl2*to
l        „....iA-i.iUmflf!| .ax-
W. D. FERRIS,  '
LiHO, SODS ui 6SREUI M
Bern and |)eM Poliflt-tpr. i.
BITIB1L fiMt r»H TOR SAU.
Aisuhrlhs TsLlTUKr* tlTR aid
ACtlMKT MWatpOB OMPARf, '■.
Hartflsnl. Can. aa
OFFICF.:-K,'rrls SliMt.Itnl'Wfclllnlu-
sler. .*-'     telle
RANDBRQ8.
DSSkh BITATB RUOKURS,
C.-tv«|-.*ac.rs, C.llset.r.,. .
Aad LsaraMt. Agists,
Onlens ut VICTOWAt Fort Slreet,
NKW WESTMINSTER: Corner
MoKensle uud Clarkson.Hts.;
VANCOUVBI*,.Cun|pvn Hlrect.'
BOII.IllNU LOTH lot sule ln:nll nt-tlnns
of Vancouver nnd New WestmlUHiorClty.
FARM LANDS.of superior dnalliy for
sale nl. Clillllwlmck. Tort Hiimniolm,
I.antley, Miitsn'tl. Humus, MlUl Bny.Lild--
nnr'a Irfiii'llnv. f.iilii l>l,in,l. North.Arm
and Vlli Wver.
Msp. mill Plum* eshll'llinl »ti>| ike lull-
eat Infonnntlon fui'nlKti,,,latnll,iurofl1nea.
f'"ffl'c i   " , !';" ,'   ;'"
TP^IiiW*-
WUAiififftKlST-'. VICTOBIA.
North Brllish and Mercantile
lnsnrame Oo. ror Mainland.
io*:i.me i   i •■ ■   -"
:   ,.to;0  BEEtbN&CO.,
--.-■: .16 Fliubury Circus,
;(. LonAon, K. 0.
THOS- OVENS,
MANVFAOTURKR OF
"^rjAk.<3r02iT3.
Blacksmith and Machinist
All Kifirtsof Muchinoi'y, Patent IiOoks,
Safefr, iSowinc Muoliiiiea, ftc, ke,,
■ '-'''  '-i(op;ured.'
BLACKSMITHINC
In All' ItK-bfiKiollcs.   Farmers', Loggers',
Mill und Contract Work; Agricultural
Iniplouu'iits, nnd evorylliinii In llio
blacksmitii'line mndo lo order.' >
'rtaVItigSeelire'd'flwl;rlnw, workmen, w«
feel conndent ot giving Kiitlsfticllon.
a*,',:.
New Wkst.
dw^yfcVVo'ilffifmA m.'nlw
trnseti
Gttriite^'s^ Celebrated Stoves for Sale.
ANo. 8 Cook, with
foraiture :complete,
at the low price of
Thi; undersigned is iiow clear-
fn^.i-arlWastjck-oli iStoves (except tliese' TliatJe'by Gurney) at
net cost for cast*,,.'.' . -
Now is-'the'Opportunity to
find'i)ARGAlNS.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM.
djaisto
lEIIAlUG
6
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.,   ESTABLISHMENT
Mainland of B. C.
STOCI
HOW- HN HOUTB.
pitT r d'6.,
Real Estate, Mining
AND MONEY BROKERS, :
General Oommiaaion Ag'te
VANOOXJV«Rvab;
LOAltS NKtioturfa-
mm HI3U8H MARKS ANNUALLY
L . .ti (jrcat mlitctitm ftl pricea to make
nnui-fiM* the Iniji-tt tuul tit.it assortment
fef • BoAtf)'And flMKii ever Imported into
tlij**, n^ntrry, tnmi t|io principtil Uonses
<lio(, Oei'iuimv, [\iuiioi), .Great Britain, the
' Urttiri HtiitrininH out great Dominion.
Bill) LIHESKWT ON HAND.
HKB.MV .WOCK BE*
1.6 II and ShOCS, Irom ,10c upwanls.
Mt*Bnbber Unoils is Yuii-Vums
ot«U,
!5vT'
'OTIOE,
E
OTICR IS HH.KKBY MVlh. THAT
, I ttkw, HIM. sppllMUoD to He
Oh ttt Oommlsslonsr of. Units and Works
im a license to cut and e«rr» away Umber
•n and (mmI<fls»J,eil.y7,ll,»,Tl0, II, M,
M.nMsnri W.ln Ih. Hsstlnis fimnslte,
N.w WeslninatnDUIrlet, irf...„ ,...
VSti
.Xmyimmt,^™
Imhlml
iititii>ni Gent'-- Slippers fprXmas-
■    Ui. luvellest ever soon.
p-.Mm of MW, mum' ti Clillil-
tilfs Boots,
WM. ROSS,
-I>ltM-t1>f1Mttl«»lf.<'olHmblNM.
' ilwiiblVc
r Wanted.
H**AliTI*h-A UftY. VIUKOM AT. for
W- tin Ulrls.lJeo«rlWe.ll ol llio New
Wcslmbiidjr l'nlillo.Beliool lor tlio lial*
_r«slinj
ance ol
„^r Piilillo Bcliool lor tlio lial*
Iho present lorin-diitloi, to com*
lu.ni'. Ural weak InAlull.  Aipllriitlnns
to lie, sent to ttie underslincd not Inter
tlian(liJl|ls™lns't.
,; Jil.    1,   '  .    ' T. J.TRAPP,
•"(.Mi-tll'-i"" •'■ •■■   I   •'• mro-tary.
COME AND SEE!
W. H. HOLDEN, m
HAVING TAKEN POSSESSION hi*
the "Temperanco Bbuu," fronting
on Coltimbtaana Ohuroh SLrfic-lt-toupualle
the Episcopal Churoh, and now Known
as the
FARMERS'HOME!
Will accommodate the traveling publio
at tho following rates:
Board per day fl 00
"     " week  ....6 00
Single Meals '..    25
BedB......     28
KtS-Good accommodation for Ladle* and
families.    , myfitc
c. Mcdonough
HAVING TAICEN
Luntlbom's Bnlldlngi Front Bl.
'(Formerly occupied liy Kyle A TIMon),
IS  MOW RKADY
to serve his customers and evoryhrdy
with ns good a stook as a man wants to
selccl from. i
Wry Goods, <«roccrJcn, Provisions,
Croekrry, tilasswure, Itnots, Ae*
Como nnd see tlie uew place,and lotus
know whnt yoiyhlck of it.
dwooioio c, Mcdonough.
E. HUTCHERSON,
-     NURSERYMAN A DEALER IN ■
Fruit nnd Ornamental Trees*
, Ladner'S Landing, B. O.
mHK SUBSCRIBER WISHES TO IN-
J. form the people of Uritish Columbia
that he Ims established a Nursery at Ladner's Lund tint* and ls prepared to All
all orders for Fruit Trees- Ornamental
Trfles, Shrubbery, Vines, Small Fruits,
.to. Trees Imported or home grown according to I he wishes ht customers. The
subscriber has hnd a thorough practical
training In tho business, and having n
fiermnnent stake In the country It is nts
ntorcst to denl fairly with the publio. Ho
will wait upon the various towns nnd set-
tlcini'iiis shortly, ntid all orders will have
his personal attention,
. aul2to E. HUTCHERSON.
Carriage Works!
C0LUMi:rA STKEET,
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B.C.
NOW ON UAND, A LOT OV
tilelRlis, oultcrs,
hictons,
Democrat, Express
and rami Wilsons.
Also, a lurt-e stock of lluttay, Carriage,
Mrirmi, ami aieln.lt -tnlrrlal.
All of wlilcli will be sold CHEAP I'OR
CASH,
d-deac REID & CURRIE.
ESTABLISHED 1859.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Nearly Opposite the Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER:
THE LARGEST AM)  CHOICEST
assortment of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VE8ETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Fam-
■lies, Restauruita, and Stuaibwta at ti.
LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
BLOOD-CURDLING
MASSACRE
 AT	
H. M, Cunningham & Co's
STOVE DEPOT.
A No. 8 Cook Stove!
AH Complete, with nll the Pipe
ncucusmv ami n
CHINA   COOK j
Thrown In, Freight paid to nny purt of
the Dominion free of all chargo,
25 per cent. OFF FOK CASH
H. M. CUNNINGHAM k CO.,
74, Columhla Streot,
New Westminster, II. C.
Agents let Hran's Palest Karll* 1'l.aets
axloalarl. P.ni|> Co. dreato
-■•oat-
Cream & Fancy Cakes
 OO 'I'D-	
A. DIEBEL'S
FRONT HTREET, Opp. C. f. N. Wit.Ml*.
ii-wai,-
FOR  S.-iLE.      i.3-,iHijpii>*|^«mbwii|    A BIG SALE.
mHE I.KAHB, PJXTUttHRANUH'i'OOK
J o( thiit n'cll-Known Vuriety Hint*}
next the HoJUroottlftusi', Front tpttef..    .
'"'"l^afe%for Say.
' P i •      8 I •
1
SO, iU JiVWl'll'M   S.#fa lli.irnod
oriirfHstS111*1,1* 'liiil*:. will 'Ire
soTilcheap.  Apiilynl Ililsnflloe. ilwfel"2tc
: IfQuses1 to Let. !
4LSO AQUANII'I'Y.ul' IIIIUHKHOI.D
.PIIUNiTHHB f/ir,»«l". Apply I.i
felBto ■      '    ''   ; A. ntTKS'K.
Second-Hand Organ.
:WbR.ftAliB;crfS]\P.   Mqf b« Htot^nt
■J?   .tlieHtorenf-> ,_g.   '■   i   »'   _■*  w $
(lwJnZIto     HooktirstaUonery ,V MukIc.
Shares forSafe. -
.<■)■"! I   '-:■■'■';;. !1'|<I
tftfii HHAIIBK IN THK  BKDNETTB
lev Sillviii'lll Oo, Limited.
,,.11. U DonEUC, Munngor.
Now Wesl., Mnr. loll:, IM.        d'niilote
Land for Salel
ACUEfl 'PMlHT-OriARS   PRAIRIE
 Iiiincl mi l.uhi (slum!, North Ann.
FriiHer lit-vei*..-Kyr  i-nrilculnr-i upnly nt
*LI" ~ ;-   £1   4)nnlinc
140
FOR  SALE.
ONE-HALF ISTF.P.E8T IN the LANB-
IcyHaw nml rhinlnit Mill; mill In
t-ofttt.r-rdor.' Kflrpartlculnrt -»plyon.-the
5rl'mVls«»10  ...'  :    I J3 ItSWEtr,
Or, Mos«i* D%.I-K,}Al*TMOtf;
• RplStt   ' ' -  * ItMBlOKlftf,'Vletorla.
FORSALE.
m Acres or Good Farmlns
.■■:..■.  , Land . .. ' ' I
8 tnllehlrehiw the Clly, with a gootl House
oil It.  Apply lo
  I W   "O; HtlNTfMtv
•IfeUinl    ; ;  >i   ASnes St., New West.
Farm foi* Sale;
tWNHlSTtXfl OF T«'0 Wtri OV I.V)
j and Hill ii'ii-t (which wil) Wtmd to-
fjethn* or RepiirnU'ly); S mlU'H from Nuw.
wsttiitlifslfji'; tlfii-clus-i \,\w\\ nhout 'its
ni.rr-1-* dyked- tmlm.'.-c IVnlr!" und Bnsli;
•.vill he Byltl dl a iimvmUi.';
' Apufy.ttr- C. (l.KM'M,
il_wmfi8U- ~~
{?Nt>w Wfshiilnsier.
TtPoa? Sale!
| SPAN  PARK, DAY MARES, * nhil 5
1  yenraold; gooil trnveltera; work slhglo
fH'.UUUtlU*. _   .    ,
I Bny Utttnt, Sseawold; trorlnlingle or
donhle; nice Indies' or gents' BadtUo hone;
vory Bentlo.*'   ,i    "f   --/^
Jv-neuted Bnsvri 1 KpHnci-; ncw-ly now.
ion-tor Tlmitniy (Inr'nif North Arm,
Kt'tist'i* river.
n IHiI-s, Kiilt Hnlninn. s ImlMiblH. HhII
Mlllllllltl IIi-IIIpm*
Also-Oiif und oni»ii)iilti Inferoit In
.'..,• Water ..'.•MW.uy.Wi7pRjJK0H
New Wost,, Nov. Illli, IM. .    dwnoKto
Brown Leghorns.
THREE. TlinnoUGUDRRD   lillOWN1
leghorn CoukH fur sate.   Tltase nre
flnoyoiing blrtta, and they are otlorcd nt
vory low prices'.  Apply nt this oRlob.
d-do*J:)tn
. ws: SI
Duke's Cameo"
di(JARETTES.
Ooo.o Snyikcd »re Pref-rrcd (o all
Fine, Full and Fragrant.
A llnuiluph-rf- of novel do..Inn iiueom*
punk'H eiu'h Cigarette.
Imnorled solely by tlio HUDSON BAY
0OMPANYtViotorin,nud Oitil hoohlalned
^yarjffffhei^.)       .    , dinhthnl
Every Mun (q UIs own Business
A,PEELE,
PRACTICAL
CHEIWI8T& DRUGGIST,
c'oiOyj'IA   STREET
;i(<Sppl6oiL})NUt noTBti,
NKW   WESTMINSTER,  B. 0.
iMiyeifiuns* Prescriptions and Fam-
11} Recipes a Specialty.
X    R. — Only Genuine Drop used.'
Over twenty vean' experience.    rarflS
-Halttfifl*   Kvrafjt-:, Mireb Vl, tutff.
kxitrntonx Metals Krom Ores.
A procrasfor the extraction of
metals, ospocially the precious mot*
ols ixom their ares, whioh promises
ittim itahajure tphe especially' np-
pti^tRfi.-'to' * Ilritirii'-* Ooliniibin oro3,
han been invented in Eni-ltinci, ami a
phint f'-r ean'yiii.*,' it out" on n lar^e
1fscale 1ms het'ii erected at BlackWell,
In tlie case of gold or silver ores, in
.whtfli.tlife precious m'etal 'h sq 'covered .}>y-' sulphurets as to resist.-the
action .of "mercury and rentier the
ani.'.i'-iimatiuy process inappliciiJpA
the iit* W/meliiOtJ will pipvo extrein^
ly^fM.liii^ Wofrfttf*^Wcee*
will be carefully watched by Oana-
■dian, ■minora..-; In the page of the
pretinuy mo.tiils, the. ijuartz is first
crushed in the usuul way, and the
pulyymerj ore is fed into a long rec-
'tnn'gtthir tankf having a hrrrtly fast
6ne*H"'0Oveiv extending nearly, but
not tjuito, tltt' whole length, and
filled with u bath of melted copper.
As the cover is shorter than the
tank, u'.tfp.ico is left at one end for
•the exit of the matrix. This*end is
considerably higher than the opposite t-nd at which the ore is fed into
the bath, and even sloping upwards
from Lhe inlet-to the-outlet. .Tho
p crashed ore .ib forced into tho'bath,
bolb.w j -the s-.irfaco nf .t|»o utottoti
metal, and close to tliu spot where a
gentle blast of hented water gas is
introduced. .Under the influence of
thn ..ant the gulphur is disengaged.
Part combines with tlie hydrogen,
but the'greater portion is bourne
away mechanically by tie gas.. This
process continues while the ore is
slowly traveling along tho underside
of the inclined cover, and as fast as
the gold is need from the_sulphur it
eouiwjiplt with tlie t'opper* to form a
base bullion, which flows uwuy
through a tap hole below the surface
of the metnl. The rock, which is
n6t melted, appears at the -opening
at the end of the cover, and is
scraped away. Tho gasses escape at
the top uud are led into a condenser,
where the sublimed sulphur is condensed, to be eventt^-ty*'recovered.
The carbonic oxide plays no part in
the process, unless it be that of a
carrier, but it is employed because
the manufacture of water gas is
nutoh'BiinpIer than of hydrogen, and
its it-is fi reducing agent1' it can do
no harm, If galena.,be the ore.
treated the process is practically the
same, except that the bath is tilled
with metal lead. With the ores of
zinc and metals which sublime easily
distillation ii substituted ior melting
and adsorption. If any oxygen be.
present it is siezed by tho carbonic
oxide, and the metal is left free to
be carried over bythe current of
gases into the condenser. There it
is deposited, or if the ore contains
more th nin one body capable of sub
limation, they will usually condense
at different temperatures, and thus
divide themselves. This process, it
is claimed, is appliable to iron bred,
and lias tho'advantage'"'of obtaining
the metal witlibut tlie nect.-aity of*
melting the slag' er1 rising tlie tern
perature to suoh a height as to per
tait of its combination with plios
phorus and sulphur; As iron or*:* are
met with most frequently as oxides
the carbonic oxide plays a most important port in its reduciion, while
the hydrogen of water gas forms a
base capable ot uniting with both
phosphorus and sulphur, and thus
eliminating them from the rneta'.
By adding powdered charcoal to tho
ore, the iron may be melted and
absorbed by the bath^ at a
moderate temperature, far below
that necessary to produce fluidity of
the slag, which is rejected as a powder'or clinker.—Canadian Journal
o/Commerce.
Public Notice
Niw f istmiultr Public Library.
THK ■tWDKKMGNBD" (THANKS TO
the lilntincnH and r>rrmission of Mie
Mnyor nnd f.-Uy-Coimcil**-two weeks iiko
rt-opent'd ihe riiVtlli* Library, itml takiw
tlilBopimrtunltyto after an fifvltntlotijUj
roMlrientN of New Wi'stmtiiKtci* in i-ay lilirn
a vl'lt.  I'apflM and Mntiiir-liiBH from all
dlrt'ctloiis nro rncetved for no froni) nnd
"" beiwW( ''
HCfppplf   Ip^QbtKl       _
toi'mHftfe Mcontii ft month, (n arfmnw,dB
vtr-liors, aiul more nil l bo u&fleA In enee a
rea«nnahlon siirporf_ yi^obtAiiied.   Tho'
U-riIIN»IU IW"-|lli-ll muill ir, ik  (iiiiKriri-.uri
patM-ift, Ae., arts- pnid for In advaiu't*. 1 Ills
will mnonin in ahout 2 cents a day, or tho
cost of one i-Itciir for seven days penn I.ixlon
In nee u-vrn 'iiiiil nU ovor tno world, and
elegant h %k*< whtfh -may-Iin chunced
evt-ryt.4 honrn! Th^rt. I* jio Mimpnlnlon
nlMiut this, hut IhoHn who believe in (rot-
tine In out of ihe rnlh nnd who <-nn enjoy
-  •——* - in .•-...wi ""-1"'" thin
Bnmorei i;t;mitl^i nr n itall-
wny synUicate to Control
Many  Trunk Lines, ,/
By AssoelnteU Yrentt.
M ■
HAJ.K OF THR B, & 0. UA1LWAY.
UHitjido, Mar, li.—-A gcutlemuu
who clupnoil to' have-Wen the originn!
contwict i«>r thy sah* of the Baltimore
& Ohio i JKifftviQ* ju. authority for -the
following pinn for the coiupudatioii of
various •Brbftdfl. The report that
Jay tiouli'l induced Claivelt to the pool
business uf,lhe Baltimore &■ Ohio'telegraph c6tupany *with that of the W,U.
iB denied.-. -Barrett aheolutely vefuBed
tobouomo n party to ench (mfirrarige-
ment 'nil'.* declared lid would alwaya
Jfhfefep' hia* business under his own oon-
,ttol. The. telegraph and railroad
■injfcceats werelideutioal and they should
continue so 'as long as he controlled
them, but lie intimated -that he was
inclined to free himself of his buaiueas
•carea bythe absolute sale uf his -coti-*
Itfqlfing'iuterdst iu thtriH.''(fcp^«iil-
iwdfjvwbieh would curry vifli ft'jbhe
control of tlie telegraph and express,
companies. With this hint as the
basis of negotiation, he returned to
New York and formed, a syndiiwte
eompoBed na follows: Collin B. Brice,
Alfred Sully, Austin Corbin, Jolm.Q.
Moore, General Samuel Tliomas, B.
C. Fraenstood,. Winslow, Lantor& Co,
and J. B, Page. The contract waB
then- framed in which Garrett agreed
to transfer to the ayndrcate 'the con-
trolling interests in 11. & 0.. The contract was showed to Go'uld Saturday.
It is understood tlie telegraph business
is. to go.to the Western Union Company and thc express business to .the
Adams Express Company,
t-ij-twiiftim
New Yokk, Mar. It.—The Executive of the Committee of the Richmond
terminal Company will consider two
propositions relating to the' purchaBO
of the B. & 0 stock. . pnder tho'
option given by It. Garrett, on* of tlie
directors Baid to-day'thut-tho proposition would most likely be adopted is
that the syndicate shall taho the Btock
nnd thoir interest, nud hold until the
Riahmoud Terminal full' board of directors approve of tho action of the executive committeo. It will then bo
placed in collateral trust and ihe Richmond Terminal wiU either consolidate
the B. & 0. with tno systom or operate
separately as a.proprietory iiiad." The
B. & 0. tract, from Baltimore and
Washington to Philadelphia will bo
used aa the trunk Hue for business of
its own.western Hues aud other ruuU
on 'ttie Hichmond Terminal systom.
A.director claimed chat the Penusylva-
,iiiar**il,v-*y hud nomwn-est iu the deal,
nor had tlie Western Union,    r
ilommunicatioiuj. r
Condensed Dispatches.
The New York Times' statement
that the city of Now York, ara corporation, is largely interested in the Bal-
I timore- & Ohio railroad, has created
quite an excitement iu that city.
The jury in tne Goldenaea case at
San Francisco has been completed,
after the longest trial in the history of
that city. The trial began at 2 o'clock
Tuesday afternoon, the defence interposing technical objections.
General Boulangor has decided that
in. the future no oflicer in the army
sha\l be allowed to have in hid 'service
aiiyTorciiyner of either sex. The decree was prompted by tho fact that the
governess of Genoral Davoust's children had been discovered to be the wife
of a Prussian officer quartered at Brus*
Bels.    .. ,'
Rili'd-nt flro will doubtlenHapprerlHto
InnlltntloM. I^ullosniulatrKOKcri aro friw,
so doiihtluHH nil the parlies wlio liellcvo In
BIup Rlhhon wlllTOmt"forwtml at once
nnd loin Ibii* uMmetlyn nfliili*, bolh for
their own r-Nfdli uml that of otherH. Como
nno, ennifl till, and yon will he iitNnnlt.il to
hy one who cun soup Hll eUiKHPH, vl*/..:
Vonrs nfl«pf*,tfully,
HKNltY Wt'HlKIRRP.
Now Wiml.' Any. BftJWW, il-mate
Tuk Best WAY to IIkpaiu Stbehoth
ahd increase the bodily Btibstanee is to
invigorate thc stomach and improve the
circulation with Northrop k Lyman's
Vegetable Discovery andDyspeptic Cure,
Simultaneously with the disappearance
nf indigestion it relieves thnt morbid de-
apondenoy, and tbe nervousness which
are as much the product of dyspepsia as
the we&kncss of the stoinach and loss of
viqor nnd 0eah whioh proceed from it; as
a blood purifier it has no equal,
PpesbjwTiiiH Attn* Critic
Km-i-uit Colomdun: Tho spltnetio
effusion tliat occupied about two-thirds
of a column in last Wednesday's funue of
the Columbian must be a curiosity to
many of your' readers. " A letter pf six
lines iu length" rcfeiring to Cardinal
Newnriti's illness, written by a "'Pres.*
hytorinn," must have caused "Z"a deal
or What and anxiety. He evidently
made a thorough eanvu-js of tho town
during thoso eighteen (Uys. " Cooks,
and even tinkers," were solicited fnr
comment. " The mountain bns been in
labor, ami b ou«ht fortli a, nioiise;" and
aa " '/>" may not otherwise bu sufficiently
employed, it might be as well foi! liim to
tnke' Ids aftafltius communication and
"ornament* it -with additional "parentheses," ami lie will tind it faulty enough
to employ him for tlio nrxl three weeks.
Phssbytkrias.
Conservative Association for
Kew Westminster.
Kmi'oR Coixmhiax: Tho election of
Dr. Chisholm, and the return to power
of Sir John Macdonald, G, C. II.. could
hot be morn fittingly commeinordted
than by the est&lilisliinent of a conaoKV
tEvcasso'.'iiitioh for the ci:y and di.-nri.it.
Party polities ore the n'.;.'; piAullcable
means of piiblie goven* :c.it, nud in.'i-
nitely preferable to tin: pi'jii nt systt-tn
hero, so apt to ndflenei'itt ■ nro peruotiali*
tie?. The objects of siii:. mt iw* eiiitldfl
may be briefly stated as . . o * a;   | ■
1. Tlteuaionof like-.a u i.il m u, fm-
tho purpose ut .strengtheniii;1 tlieir portion; spreading their views, and mnking
tlieir inlliieiiuo folt jn the government of
the city, province and Dominion.
2. To secure the registration of aU
conservatives-qualified to vote, ou the
several rolls. This purpose alono wmil-1
justify the appointment; of a paid suci^j
tary, having an ollice in town, who
would also go round tho suvctiil pulling
districts wifli the revii-iug Iwirriater tu mi
that all conservative claim* were sustained, aud also nom conservative voters
struck off the lists when not qualified to
he therenii,
.3. To provide a pornvii.ftiit council t-j
watch the action of the iniiiteipnl, pre
vincial ami dominion ivirli:iinents; to petition for w ngainst hills, and to nominate the conservative tie'u.t at all elections.
The above are purely political purposes, but the advantage of sueh an organization, from a social point of view, iu
guarding the interests and developing
the resources of tho district, cannot lw
overlooked. There could not be m more
appropriate time than tlm present, beforo
tha interest in tho lato contest is over.
Dr. Chisholm's committee would form «
good nucleus, and surely there are mauy
men in thc district sufficiently aware of
their, duties aa good cithtens to rally
round them, if called upon.
Yours Respectfully,   Vf, .1, W.
<W Timber
The following ire. Uie*
tions centained iii tt»'■litiM M W.
special' committeo appointeiJ'-^;:*tt»
Iiouse to cousiclei' the questiqil ill piti-
tccting tlie timber of this proi'ilice: .
(1.) .lhe price of all tiiubor laud
shall lie ?1B per. acre, pajablo witnlu
170 dnys from dnte of anplioatioo, and
due precautions should be itkitr to
framo forms of ailldarits and apnlick-
tions, sottin-; out that in all oases ,pf
application to purchase land at (2^0
per acre,, such land ia not tiipher laud
within the nieanihg.of: thii uct, the act
itself containing a definition of; wSkt
shall be deemed timberland, snoh«lB-
davit andapplicatjoii, if «ntni«,ito
causo forfoiture of land and aug-momy
pnid in l-esiiect thereof. .   ■ ..,|, •*..-,
(91.), All timber cut for inillimtplli*
poses on auy pre-j-iiiptjon t*k.l',up
is: - -*■
bents per "stump," sruiui-age, Hnd no
after the passing of tho net'i
20 Cents per thousand feet i
'-:
Hard and soft corns cannot withstand
Holloway'* Corn Clirei it Is effectual
every time, (let a bottlo at onco and lie
happy.
v.-,,,,.,   ,,-,,   a.-.,,,.,,   B.uiuj-a-[v.  ana -iu,
timber for sale shall b«: rethoMd off
such pi'o-eiuptio!'' claim, niihoiit p.i-
nussion from aome. pUDper ofliew^ . On
presenting a permit at the saif. luilla,
mil] compaiiy to retain cjurges bn behalf of the govcrniiieht. j,    '   }'!'')
(3.) Thowntinallctuiesfortliiilier
purposes to be 2S«ehtti»i<**e;-'.,7'.
(4.) Bestrictions to be introdMed
wherein sao mill is not eriotdd ill connection with a leused timber ;cl»im
withiu ono year to forfeit sui^.^auii.
(5.). Wjkl land tax to Ve. raised to
25 cents per acre on land .suitable for
ugvicultural purposes, and it same be
not paid Within ten' months from date
when aame becomes, due and -*jable,
let such hind, 'dr id much thenuf aa
nuy be: necesaary, be -sold by puWic
auction, conveyance to purchaser tube
indefeasible after the ozjiirafionofrone
year frtini.'diito of auch' safe "by'public
i,,,ntin„      ': '*' '' 9I1H1   ■'. o;lrf
Talk With espial* T«rt*t
nwsiR mvti nnn w iwwmm
.   '.n    HWOIIIU1MIUW.
A Pott-Intelligencer reporter, while
making his rounds, Friday, -JM* tlie
good fortune to. fall in with Captain
Tarte, of the steamer Evangel. .The
captain, had just arrive! tnin the.British possessions with' a pntty good
cargo of freight and afair pafwMer
liat, and had juat received wojil that
he would have a full cargo from here,
all of which made him itt a good
humor, and wheu the reporter tiro-
pounded that old. ense-hafdened chestnut to him, "What's the news, cap.
tain?" he did not answer like a-emptain
docs who comes, into port wjtn no
freight and ouly three or four passengers, "Oh. nutnin'," hut. started right
in.   Tliia is what he said:
"Fraser River ia frozen, over thirty
feet deep. Last Tuesday, dn my .way
to New Westminstet' I-ttind'iotb
ohannols of tha river and jot to within
three mile, of tlw city; in fact, we
were in aight of the puce, wjiep we
encountered a jam of ice clear across
the stream. Thia ice stood four feet
nbove the surface of the water
and the Lord only know, how
far down into the wat«r it
extended. Navigation wua completely
shut off, and so I turned the Evangels
nose down stresm and pruoesd.«l ovtr
to Vancouver. When »e landed there
all waa excitement .'over the Chiness
trouble. A man who aaW the Whole
affair did me that many of th. Chinamen ran out into the wnter tb their
armpit, and stood then till morning to
prevent being killed, > He alao said
that then*' tents snd propetiy */ere
burned before they . coulirget thom
away.
" The day the Erangel left, M policemen arrived at Vauvouoer fnim
Victoria, the anth.rity of lh. mayor
was suspended, and uiniti.1 'law. was
declared in Vanoouver M.uy.of the
citixens were mukiiiK cns'ilerahle fuss
about it, but a few days'of martial law
generally straighiena matters oui. 1
will leave fur that placu' vgiili the lirst
i.f lhe week, and among oilier fmgli'
will take 1,273 esse, nf eniinvd salmon,
put up at Myeta' Seattle cannery for
shhim-'iii east. On my neii tr'p I
will bike out 884 ipseaf jujuls i00r l»,r
4seU, ivh'dl will lm thu i-eioailldtir -f
Myeis' I88II psck Tluit's all', I think,
t., II y. whieh will in't'resl tlib IWIers
itr fire PfWr.Jltf>Wij-«licei', st, a-ood-bye ''
—Sii' le I'ost-IiileUigmcer. W» are
quite suro Capt. Tarto never gin the
Pod any auoh stuff as lhat, but it
shows how cautious some reporten are
about the truth. .    .   i|i,"  ;,
The OdalNtnnn lift.
Ite aniiiml report ol tills solidly pros-
.tits Csnsdian institution-yilt be. fonnil
t.iiotliei' eohimn. The facts revealnl
iu. Cue occounts and the MncMn' report
ih.ironghly justify the eeomhniia which
tlio shareMHlem presmt lurtowbdopon
the uuuisgomeiit. Th^ks.tptp«--Moiat.
manlier, in which the Company has de*
eliut'il,' to embark" Uboil eiKmWigMit
inetiioilsof prwJiliing boaiaoss,1!*. work-
it.-t ox|tcn«eso[ the oo-npney bswto the
total income the very s^iall ratio pf be*
tweeii .17 ami'. '18 per eeht A'pant .1*
itu'ros, the soundness of th< finances of
tlio Company Is the fact that Us.taUl.st
income is aufneieat to pay the dnth
claims* -which in " '
thu Confederation
proud of,  The.i _-_	
set forth In minute <Mdl. and Mm tat-Vss
show that, aftw making
possible conting.1
every debt, there,..
over llahllltles UW,   „	
Thc inorease IU the alaefcn thUast wt
wu«50,!«0 8osrt.h«er*#kU«b.
done by rigid adhanuge to what th.
President defined aa the -ru. policy of
the (Jomplny;vlt:~'-1V-«^iinBiiM
sheet right tad wvold ,-mtttmry,...
Wise, or extrsvagait ex|kiHHtt-ns|iK the
iincieat to pay tlw asun
MBpttaxti
he sssuaildltabaiiissar.
itcttaWI.andllMl.ua.
ahd cafltal***ined.
are agents for this ctmipMy In British
Cbltlmbla.
IM. »H
failg fritwh Columbian
J*
illwsjr. Block.
Itli a serious misfortune both to
the Canadian Pacilic Railway Oompany nnd to the country that the
road has suffered suoh a complete
and long-continued blockade in the
1IoW.T-.fn   panes.   The road has
beat iw-K-ticall*   oloaed  now   for
abont two weeks, and then seems to
be no probability of iU being open
tor traffic before the end of the pres
ent month.   The prinoipal difficulty
is in Rogers' Pass, when the slides
are aaid  to have oarried away or
overwhelmed miles of the track. In
■ome places, we an told, the force
of the aiide has been such that it
earned the traok down into the bottom of die canyon and forced it
hundreds of feet  up the  opposite
bank.   From  1000 to 1500 men
have been for nearly two weeks endeavoring without success to put the
road in a condition for the resumption of through traffic, and it is now
reported that the company has stop
ped the issue of through tickets and
offered to return the money to aU
wlio have purchased them.   There
are a large number of through ticket-
holders  at  Kamloops, said  to  be
about 40, and upwards of 30 in this
city, waiting  tobe taken to their
destination.   These people, or most
Of them, are being kept at the oom-
any's expense.   The cost of this
look to the company is, therefore,
very gnat, for while it is incurring
heavy extra expense in clearing the
road and the payment of the board
of passengers, the nad is earning
nothing through the mountain division.   Not only dots the company
suffer a heavy present loss, but its
reputation as a transcontinental line
will  be endangered.   It  was be
liaved that the Canadian Pacific,
having lower altitudes in the mountains than any other transcontinental road, would be less exposed to
now slides and interruption ot traffic   So anxious was the company to
stand well before the public in this
respect that it refused to operate the
road at all  daring the winter of
1886*86, and kept in the mountain
division a large staff of observers
whose  duty it was to watoh the
snow slides and note the places
when the erection of snow sheds
would be necessary.     'When,  the
snowsheds |had been completed it
waa believed no serious interruption
wotld oocur, and people every when
wen  advised that they might depend upon getting over die 0. P. R.
at all seasons of the year.    In this
theory many people wen led to believe, and the disappointment now is
widespread.   It should be said, how-
■ ever, that this winter has been of
such a character as to test with unusual severity the resources of the
. road.   Snow has fallen to an enormous depth in the mountains, and the
elides en tyth greater in extent and
greater in Ibkce than »}ijr person anticipated, '' Then an Mme, however,
tb whom this unfortunate condition
of affairs is not much of a surprise.
Persons whose opportunities enabled
them to form an intelligent opinion
respecting  the    character   of the
oountry  lying along Rogers' Pass
and eastward have all along pn
dieted that a nilway through these
regions of   precipitous  cliffs  and
yawning ohasms could not be pro-
tatted against the very calamities
that have now overtaken the C.P.
R. It was always believed by many
that in giving up the Yellowhead
Pats for the Kicking Horse and the
Roger, the company was taking immense risks in view of the unimport
ant character of the possible advantage.   It was supposed that upwards
of 300 miles would be saved by the
change of routes, bnt we believe the
actual saving affected is not more
than 30.     Against this saving we
have several substantial and serious
disadvantages.   The Kicking Horse
is oonsider.iUy higher than the Yellowhead Pass, and the most danger*
out, difficult and costly part of the
whole road would have been avoided
bjr adhering to the original route.
On tbe Yellowhead route there is
really only one mountain summit to
te crossed, and that is of very low
altitude; in the Kicking Horse route
then aro four or live summits or
heavy grades, and the. cost of operating the line through that route
•-illali-ay.be **J «**»t.   Two en-
onnoua   engines,   each    weighing
about 120 tans, have to be employed
assisting trains over these grades.
An ordinary locomotive would have
experienced no difficulty in taking a
train «( oartfrom Montreal to this
city over the Yellowhead rout, without assistance.   Besides this, we understand tbat the   land    passed
through hy the other route is very'
much superior.   Tt is quite possible
.    tb* Yellowhead Pass would have
n ten selected by the syndicate if its
knowledge at the time of construe*
.   tio* had been equal to the knowl-
',. iriga gained by one season's opera-
tiea.     Altar the expenditure of
"Mtfc enormous sums of money in
teJUli-f the road through that wild
; ,mm, *• mw*» ■»:•»•< *■•»% ■»
ateaAaad tor the other, and all
■Ml hill that the cottly experience
-jjf^te, pit two weeks will enable
',7threat-)*--/ to provide suoh eppli-
MMwiU mk*A recurrence of
I Mmteit■J-|—"•'-    But the
NATHANIE^ DYSON.
TNFORMATION REQARDBfO THE
1 whereabouts of Nathaniel Dyson (late
ol Plattervltle, Wisconsin) who ls iup-
po»d to have spent last winter lu Kew
Westminster, will be tlionkfully recoived
by/T B. FISHER, Bank of B. O., New
Westminster. dw-deJOto
-CTOTIOB.
In the mallei' of the Estate of Chailet
Brown, deceased intestate.
ALL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THE
late Charles Brown are required to
pay the amounts forthwith, and all persons having olaims against tho said Wins.
Brown mast forwardthe same on or before the latu April, \m, to the under-
signed. 'E. A. JENNS, ,
dnihSlul Administrator.
New Westminster, Goal Harbor
and Seattle Bonte.
(J. W. TARTE, Master.)
WILL LEAVE SEATTLE EVERY
TkuMUyHoralniatto'claek, for
New Westminster and Coal Harbor, via
Port Townsend and the Islands; arrives at
Nsw Westminster on Friday forenoon
leaves for Coal Harbor about two hours
afterwards; leaves COAL HARBOR M<
day Nlfkt for Seattle.
Vue t. Seaille Au,
Freight pert.a .....J. 4*ee
Special rates to merchants,       aplOtc
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powdor never varies. A marvel of
purity, strength and wholesomeness. More
economical than the ordinary kinds, and
cannot be wid In competition with the
multitude of low test, short weight alnm
phosphate powders. Bold onlyln cans.
Roval Baking Powoib Co., 108 Wall St.,
New York.
Staly
Wood and Coal.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS OK HAND A
large quantity of
BEST WELLINGTON LUMP COAL
Antl an assortment ot
CORD WOOD,
Which lie will sell at lowest rates. He
will also promptly attend to all kinds of
Orders left otMr. McColl's store on Columbia street, or at my house, Douglas
streot, will meet with prompt attention.
HENRY ELLIOTT.
New Westminster B. C. JlylOto
SABBATH SCHOOL
iMIVERSARY
riHE METHODIST SABBATH SCHOOL
L Anniversary Entertainment will be
eld In the Methodist Church, on
When an Interesting Programme will be
presented, consisting of
Music and Dialogues
By the Children.
Proceedings begin nt 7::*0. Admission.
SA ets. Proceeds for the benefit nf the
School. dfeWtd
■MM mt.hr » means gone *et,and
•tlwriWeioaa large scale do not
mm* Mm tto*^Pff**JJ»W
lMW,fcowt*«r, fcij. far the best.
LEE COY
BUCCEKSOIt TO
Quong On Lung & Co.
BEOS TO NOTIFY THF. PUBLIC
that he has now owned out In his
new brick premises on
FRONT STREET
And haa the best and largest atock of
fefli!
IN THIS CITV.
CI AU. & SHE IWE.
LEE COY would also ntate. that he ia
the sole owner of the Hlock.
Chinese Labor enntraoted fnr.
itmli-inil
HACK FOR HIRE.
THE UNDERSIGNED has established
himself In the City ot New Westminster with a FIRST-CLASS
COVERED CARRIAGE,
Which Is open far Engagements at
very modemte Chargesa
Olden left at the Colonial Hotel or sent
by telephone, will bo promptly attended
to day or night Stable next H. Elliott's
JOS. OATES.
Telephone No. 89. mylte
3STOETH
0 0*A&J±.28"T
Capital, 13,000-000;   losses
Paid, 148,000,000
Batisnllalsed »S»«»»
Rates as Low as any other
Company doing Business
in British Columbia.
tr Kisks promptly taken, and Losses
satisfactorily adjusted. _
T.R.PEAR80N,
doe'lo'      ' (H. C. S. 4 P. Co.l AQENT.
JOHNS. COX,
IMPORTER 4 DEALER IN
WIS.
QRIPI
1887.
CANADA'S COMIC JOURNAL
GREAT IMPROVEMENTS FOR 1887.
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more dellilitely and lin.re plcaalntfly titan
whole columns ofeUltorlfil. In this pungent, easily appreciable, aod artlstlo style
of presenting a subject, the whole situation Is revealed nto glance, The success
ol Grip shows how woll this fact Is appre-
olated-itu Cartoons on the paHsIng political events of the country being even
mors eagerly sought alter than the chaste
and humorous letterpress of lhe paner,-
though the latterls equal to thatof any
similar publication on the continent,
The publishers of Grip ore making el
tensive Improvements for IM. The old
cover Is to be discarded, and the Journal
will hereafter comprise 13 pages, and be
printed on heavy toned nnd calendered
papor.-every number belnjj so artistically
executed as to compare favorably with
the best papers on the continent. The
advts. will be compressed and mors systematically arranged; while similar lm
provements will be mad. as to the letterpress. A new and handsome design will
adorn the title page; while th>, Cartoons
will certainly not suffer from extensive
Improvements In the artistic department.
The price of Grip will hereafter betta
ye.r, which Is lower than ihot of any
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Grip will be 10 cent., .'£. ■.-,_.
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Fowls than It does to keep poor Fowls.
My Breeding Pens ore equal loany In
the united Mutes or Canada.
I propose to furnish Eggs from premium
and first-clans Fowls, my design being to
establish a reputation thai will last.
VARIETIES OF FOWLS:
White Created Blaek Polish,
Blaek ipMtlsh,
Ij.wgsh.llg',
La noh.,
Sllr.r a*»«f led ll.mbwrgh,
Whit. »d Brown Liglior..,
Ilond.ns,
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PIANOS
ANNOUNCEMENT.
Change of Business.
TTAVINO DISPOSED OF HY BOOK
Il and stationery Business ln this city
to Mr. David Lyal" I take this opportunity, on behalf of myself and those who
have been associated In business with mc,
of thanking my customers for tbelr very
liberal patronage. Mr. Lyal, who ls a
practical business man, will continue to
carry on the concern for bis own benefit,
and I cau confidently recommend him to
my customers and the iiulllo j»nerully.
New Westminster, Fell. 17th, 188T.  dflSm
TlUSHONlCULIKI.
P.0.HH7I
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FpbU Trees,   •
Ornamental Trees,
Smnll Fruits,
And OARDEN STOOK on hand In grent
variety.
Everything flrst-class and furnished In
good shape.
" G.W. HENRY,
dw-deiet« Fort Hammond, 11. ('.
WALSH'S
TAILOR INU
EMPORIUM
Columbia 81*, Kew Wcitnlniter.
HAVINO JUST RECEIVED OCR NKW
Fall and Winter Stock, we Invite In
spection of the finest selection of
I.gllak, IcMefe. Senuu, rrenek,
SUITINGS l-^ft
Ever shown In New Weitmlnster.   For
a GOOD FIT and ortlitlo style we defy
competition,
dnottte THOS. WAWII,
Look Here!
IT YOU -VANT TO MAKE  A NICE
PRESENT
; i'o a friend or relative, go down to STIR*
! SKY'S and look ot tome or those extraordinary bargains In
Isdiet* and Gentlencn's Sold snd
SIlTtr Watches, Chains,
(ibsrmi, etc., elf.
Or If you want a useful ornament for yonr
bouse, .examine those beautiful s-ii.y
striking Clacks, with enttiedrsl gongs.
Ue Is selling at BOTTOM PRICES.
Watches,from t'» upwards, all warranted
Flee Welch ■.pairing. Specially, und
good workmniiHlilp guaianteed.
Mr Remember the   place-lhe "Bine
Store."
THE UNDERSIGNED has
just received a large consignment of
Pianos and Organs,
Which he will sell cheap. These
instruments may be purchased
for cash or in monthly instalments, to suit purchaser. Call
and get my figures before purchasing elsewhere, and it will be
to your interest.
Second-hand Pianos and Organs for sale or to rent,
Instruments may be seen at
Mr. D. Lyal's Book and Stationery Store, Columbia Street.
dwmblle     Tt Rl PEARSONl
dwauayl
Columbia St., New Wesl.
GUARDIAN
Insurance Com'y
OP LONDON, ENG.
Total Fnmia, $18,000,000
(wai-tux, ir)
UTABLISHEO ISSI
Risks Taken at Bates
as Low as any ether
Reliable Comp'y.
T. R.PEARSQIY,
.l,»'7tc        IH.C.S.4I'. I AOKNT.
W.K.AUSTIH,
CHARLES MURRAY,
CLARKSON STREET,
Opp. Registry offlce, New West'r.
Snw, Si^& a&d Ornamental Futtia;.
PAPER HANCISC, CU2INC, KALS0MINIM, to.
waliTpaper.
The largest assortment of Wall Paper
In tbe City, comprising newest patterns,
son nana nt bottom prices. Sam-
 ' '  ™   tt. rearwin A Co.'s
,'"*w "WSL"
always o   __ _
Bles on view at T.
tore, Colnmbiii St.
speelally low rntes.
WANTED
I'UHCHABERH FOK
Marine tt Stationary Knglne*. Boilen, Panps, lnsptmlors, In*
lectors, etc.,
Steam Fitters', Qas Fitters' and Plumbers'
Brass anil Iron Goods, nil kinds o( Ml*>
IM NacMncry, Air Compressors. Ingersoll Rock DrillH, Hoisting Machinery,
Drill Steel, Machinery Steel, Picks,
Shovels, Iron A Stool Wire Hope, Rubber Hose, etc.,
Ballwny A font melon.* tirnernl Sap*
6Hen, Scrapers, Cars, Angle and
ar Iron and steel, Crow-burs, Portland
Cement, ttoonns. Paper, Building
Paper, Fire-proof Roofing Cement, etc.,
Iron A Wood-working Narhlnery,
Shafting, Pulleys, Chucks. Lathes, Planers, Leather Belting, Tin Plate and
Corrugated Iron Elbows. Axe, Pick,
Fork and Hummer Hnnd lei. Best
White Oak fi-gal., 10-gal., lft-gal., 8D-gal.
Kegs, Geo, L. Wood A Son's celebrated
New York Vaniishi-s, Chapman SoiisA
Co.'s Fish Bait (R0 kinds). One new
■all's Bale. One new Pool Table.—Apply
to F. WELCOME McORADY,
Mechanical Draughtsman A Contrn'tor,
ear plans and specifications for Bouts,
Buildings, Machinery, et*1., carefully prepared. McKknzib St.
New Westminster, B. C, Jnn. ifc"). '8T.
sas=»aa & k:.&*.x.
INDUCEMENTS
—fok mrB	
HOLIDAYS
15 per 08nt*. Discount for tlie
next 15 days.
mumsT mwm
BUYING FROM THR MANUFAC*
tureis for cosh, I am In a position
to sell at bottom pricea. My Qoods are
marked in plain figures and tho prices
have not been put up to meet the dis*
count taken of)'. Cull and see prices be*
fore purchnsiug elsewhere.
tW Fine Watch Repairing a .Spe»ialty.
Jewelry made to order.
PitiUKK  i
WATCi'l MAKER1
Opposite tiik Hank. dw-ilol8ta
UBAI.KH IM
A l.rf« Aaat,rliti,-i,l ut
DRY GOODS
-ANO-
QROOERIES
ALWAYS Olf HAND.
Hay and Feed
W1I0LE8ALK AND KRTAII-
*■»•» A» («aT|IUIVKBI!I> T«
*A»W P1BT »r TUU UTT.
W«rnntwt>stmteNdHtly,f>xrfplf*iiriilHy<t,
to Port Mooily, carrying 11.M.H. iiihIIh.
Aa no liquor or tolwcotouHPd we unit by
temperate habit* and careful evonoptj
serve tbo public at ehptielally low rat*">.
iveeme
35TOTIOB-
N OTICE IS HEUMIIY UIVKN THAT
80 days nfier date wo Intend making
application to tin1 <:hief Conimlssiouerof
Lands and Works for n Lou**' for timbering purposes of tlio following described
lands on the Lillooet Hive!* above Harrison l4ikc;
TractNo. l-Commcnclngnt the Northwest corner of Pureed-h olalmj tlienee
Norlh -10 clmlns. West -ill ehnins, North-10
chains, West 40 chain-*, Norih 40chains.
West KU clmlns, North 40 chains, GasthO
ehains, Houth 40 uhalns, Kust 40chains,
South 40 ehulns, KaHt40rhnlni>, South 80
chains; thence to point of commencement; snid tract containing 1280 acres,
more or less.
Tract No.2-Comnunciuk at a post set
on the Kast side of small lake about two
miles from Port Douglas; thence East 40
chains. NoiihdOehalus, West, 40chains,
North 40 chains, Wesl 40 chains, North 10
chains, West 80 chains, South 40 chains,
East 40 chains, South loochalus; thence to
lake, meandering around lake to placo of
commencement; said tract eontulning
11280 acres, more or less,
Trnet No, 8-Comincn-'lngnt a post set
ou the right bnnk of Lillooet HI ver a short
dlstanco above Its mouth} thence West80
chains, North 40 ehulns, West io chains,
Norl IHO ehulns, Wesl 40 clmlns, North 80
chains, Eust i>0 cliutn-*, South 40 chains,
Kast 40 chains, South 40 ehnins, Enst40
chains, South 40 clmlns, Bust "JO ehulns.
Soulh to point of commencement: said
tract eoutiiliiini*. 1800 aeres, more or less.
Tract No. 4—I'niiiiu'iicliig ni n post set
on left bank of river oh >ut live miles
nbovc Port lion-ins; thence North 80
chains. West 40 chnins, North 40 chains,
West20 chnins, North in chains, West 40
chains. North 4ii chalus, West 40chains.
South 80 chains, Enst 40 chains, South 40
Ohalns. East 20 ehnins, South 40 chains,
Enst 411 ehnins, South 40 clmlns, East to
commencement; said trnet eontulning
1200 neres, more or lens.
Tract, Nti,.ri-comniencliTg nt a poston
left biink or Lllllo-t Itlver, about II miles
from Port ihiuglus; thence North- 120
ohalns, West 40 chains, Nortii 80 chains,
West 40chains, Norlh 40 clmlns, West 40
chains, South 40 ehulns, Kust 20 ohalns,
southH)ehalns,Katt 20chains, Houth 80
chains, Host*40 chains, smith 40 chains;
thence Eust to point of eouununcemoni;
snid traot oonlnlnlng 1440 acres, moreor
less.
Tract No. tt-Commenclng at post on
right bankof river nhout hnlf mile uhov«
(met. NuA; tlienee West 80 chains. North 20
clmlns. West IiO ehiilii!-, south 20ebHtns,
Wcst-tOchtilns, North 80 ehnins, EnM 40
Chains, North SO chains, Enst60 ehulns,
south *-1- ctmiiis, East Ml idinlns. South to
gnlntof eommcncemontj vnld tract cnu*
lining 1U0 ncres. more or less.
Traet No. 7--Coihin'onclu« u the N.W.
eorncrof tractNo ft; i hence Wesl Ml chains,
North 40 chains, West 40 ch Ins, South 40
chains, WfHi. 40 ehulns, Honlh 4; chains,
EustK0 chnins, Kotith 'Al clmlns, Enst 80
uhalns, North to point of coininencnmcnl;
said tract cimluiulng ihjo ncres, more ur
I--SB.
Tract No. 8—Cnmmr.netng at a post sot
nn the right bank or river about half mile
below Hciieum-cliuck; theuce South 120
chain-:, West, 40 chains, North 40chains.
Wesl *J0 chnins. North Wi chains,West *.0
chains, Nor h 10 -'Imius, Knit 80chnins,
Soulh to place nf e.iinmeuccment; sala
truct containing wo lum*-**, more or less.
Tract No ll-Commcui-Ing at a post set
on luft bnnk of river, ni-ont throe miles
above tract No. 8: tlu'uce Ninth 80 chains,
West 40 chains, North lOchuins, West80
chains, South 80 chains, East 40chnln>,
Soulh 40 chains. Knst to point of commencement; containing 1120 acres, more
or less.
TractNo.lO-Commonclngnt a postset
on right bankof rlv-r, half mile below
large crook; thence South 40 chalus,West
40 chains. South 4(1 ehulns, West HO ehains,
North io chains, Eaut 100 chains. South
to point of com men (■■■.: em; snid traet
containing lo40ucn<s, more or less.
TractNo. ll—Commein'liiitnt- a ponthct
on cast side of Tcnuss l,uk.-; thence Kust
B0clmlns,North latclialui,Wesiaochatns,
North 80 chain*, West to lake} Ihenee
along lake to place of commencement}
said tract containing louo acres, more or
less.
TractNo. 12—Commencing at a postset
on east shin of l.lllooct, Lake; thence East
40clmlns,North lOchuins, Kast40ehn1ns.
North 80 chnins, West 40 chains, North 80
chains. Wont to lake; thence along lake
In polni. of cmnmeneement; said tract
i.-Htto1ntrig ICOi) acres, more or Ies**.
ItOVALCITY PLAN1NO illLLHCO.
(LlmihHl).
JOHN HENDIVY,Manager.
New Wctmlnster, Feb. Sth, IW,     dfc*m
DOUGLAS & DEIGHTON.
Manufacturers and Importers of
Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Whips, etc
NEW WESTMIlfSTER,-13. C;
dw-JlyStto
FURNITURE
W. PROTKERO & HO.
MANUFAOTCW-JW AMD DBAilBS IM
AM, KINDS OF PURNITURK.
REMOVED
a-rTo shop Icilely OMOPM b, Mr, Darcy,
Columbia 8trMU
CU and ex.n-ln.'onr stock Md Dries.
b»Iore bu> Ins. W. ent be 1'HU.U
Inth.Qlty. Rep.lrlnfol.il Elndsnently
done. W. PROTHERO * CO.
 seUte	
•fcTOTrCC-H..
C ANCELLAT»N» HCSERVE
NOTIOR 18 HBRKBY QIVKN THAT
the Reserve, notice .whereof was pub*
llsbe-1 In the 'British Columbia Qatebe,"
and dated the 7th day of Aoiui-l,.884,ba*
been cancelled by an Order ol His Honour
the Llentenant*Governor In Counell- «p-
Rroved on the 6th day of December, MM,
i so far as ll, relates to Ibe lands la New
Westminster  District which  constitute
the townsite of Hastings, Burrard Inlet,
tor the purpose of aale In lots or blocks at
public auction, and for no-other purpose,
WM. SMITHE,
Cliler Commissioner of Lands A Works.
IjukIs* Works Department, -
VI. toria, a a. Decemter «h,!«.
d-dellms
—-ap o —
U AVING BKEN APPOINTED 80LK
tl Agents in this Province for a number of lending manufacturers In Canada,
we are prepared lo furnish pricea and full
Particulars of all kinds of machinery for
aw Mills,BhlngleMllls.Faotories.Fonn-
drieB and Machine Shops, Including Engines and Boilers, stationary and portable, both new and second-band; also;
Rubber Belting, Axes Ud Edit Tools
Leather    " Hardware,
Lubricating Oils, Harness,
Emery Wheels, Builders' Supplies,
Brick Machines, Show Cages,
Hoisting Blocks, Gas Machines,
Ships' Blocks. Iron Tools.
Brashes and Brooms.Palntt and Oils,
Roofing Felt, Sheathing Paper,
Fairbanks* Scales, Br's Ooods, Ir'n Pip's
FRASER aIeOHARD,
■.Usui's MKk,    •    Cml.n Sites*,
VANCOUVBH, B. C.
dwJeSltc
tot three yesrs b>ek,ln n..t eloth bind.
In,,will nesentby mslLpostp.!-	
^->}A»L»*-'r^»j*»-I,a*»«
; 1887.
Harper's   Magazine;
ILLU8TR.ATED.
Hisnsi maoasih. durlnt lln will
contain a novel of Intense polUlrnl. soriul
snd romantic Interest, entllled "N«rk.*»
-a story of Rnssl.n lite—by K.tlileen
O'Mrsm; . new novel, .milled "April
Hones," by W. SS. Howells; ■ "Roothem
HUelclies," by cherlss Dudley W.raer and
Rebecen H.rdlnK Davis, IHnsimtea by
William Hamilton Qlbeon;-"Oreat American Industries" I continued; "Social
Studies," by Dr. R. T. Ely; lun her articles on tho Railway Problem by Mmpe-
tent writer.; new series of Ulu.trattoa.ijy
E. A. Abbey and Alfred Parsons; articles
by E, P. Roc; end other attraitlons.
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St.tM „r Cntds,
Th. TolumH or th. Maeisiss but. with th.
Mnsiber. far Jun. snd Dectmb-ewwich fm,.
Whiin   nn   tlta.   la apMlad,   sjt-M-ipflons
will:beirln with tb. number lurrent at
time of recelnt of order
Bound volumes of Harpers
_ ir three years baok, In nr'-'
Inl, will ne sent by m.ll, 1
>ld, on re-
"— for
,lndln«, U wnl« ewh-tiy mall, *Mt|,.ld.
Inks  tf Hum's Hawam, AlpkakatlraT.
Analjrtlul, a»l OlualM, br Vonws 1 I. TO,
Inrlnal,*, frost Jan., IIM, to J.S., IM, oss
rot., Sn, (Hoth. M.
haniltlancn ahosls l» m--t.br Voat-Mk.
Mouvy Onlar or Draft, lo svoM chatiea of leas.
K.ws|t.*»r. sr. wt to c,#y thk .fta-rlla-*...
wltli.nl th. .aprN. or,l-T ,-f Uarpsr A ■roth.ra.
Sitdrwa IIAKI'HR »»«(»., Haw Tf»h.
1887.
Harper's   Weekly.
ILLU8TIIHT|EO.
ItA»p«»*sW«wn.T maintains Its posl
Hon as tbe leading,lllt-ili-Med newnjapsr
In Amerlen; and Itt hold uuon public m-
teem and confblt-nc. wss nevei stronnr
thnn at the present time. Jtesldes lh.
plcinresj HAarsKW W«ii.r-alw.yiij»n:
tnlns Instalment, of one, oecaslonally ot
two, of lhe best r«t-j|.o* th.day,jh.l,
hittstrated, with short stories," peel
.   . ... ^-,j pj—m an important c
   bylli.most p^nlMWr
The caie thut h~ b^n soooSMloliy
-.„.   .. .t. _..a>,_ --mk. ha.i
rlrtrs.
•ier-
ran
claed   In the pass to          ..
WtKLV a ssfcis wall as a walcoW. visitor "every hoit«ohold will not b. relaied
In tbe future,
RARPIiTO   PRR10DICAL8.
PSH THAR ■
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Peatsfs tm to all satasrllm ta ths VMM
Ihttss orOanscls..
ths VotsmMofth.WsssMh.iln wllh ths list
Nasitar Ibr J.ao« of Mh Mr, . Whn u
Haw Is wntlonM, subscriptions will bsfln
with thn nuanlMr current at lima oi ra.
NOTICE.
OTIOE IB HEREBY GIVEN THAT
, I bavenmde application to theOhlel
immlss|onerof'LhndH anctworks for a
tense to ent and carry «w«> timber on
d from the foi lowing dom-Hoed lands In
w Westminster tiitri-Jt:   ',T
amjionolna at n point situated on tlio
__Jt snore   of Gambler Island,  Howe
Bound, distant 125 chains North from thr
Southern extrcmiiy of thc wild Island:
thenee due West to the const; thence following the ooast line around tbe South
era point, baok to tho place of commencement; W. L. JOHNSON.
New Westminster, B.O., Feb. lfi, IHS7.
dfelSnil
THK INSTANTANEOUS
INK & STAIN
£aAd£xv
«
Will remove all Ink or Fruit
Suins, Iron Rust, Grease or
Mould, and leave the paper or
fabric perfectly uninjured.
TRY IT.   PRICE, 50c.
•.0.BTATIWERV &PRIH11H0 CO.
NswWoitinlnster, Vancouver k Victoria
■' dwnoloto        ,k   ',■,
SBB
WHIT
IS &IK«.S
AVINO SECURED THE AGENCY
^ for tbis celebrated Machine, I
wonld Im pleased to Hnd one on trinl to
uy parson desirous ot purchasing. The
Machine, on sold on their own merits.
Ent- Machine guaranteed by tho Company lor fivo years.
C.   J.   ROHSON'S
Fruit, Confectionery k Fancy Glassware ft Chin. Store,      ,
ColiMbl* 81.,      •       Ximv Mist.
■•'■'    dJaJte".    ,1    i ■
. mul ?- -
PACIFIC
Nbw Westminster, B.C.
REID & CURRIE
IWNFMTWfM* IMPORTUtS OF
Farm Wagons,
Express Wagons,
Delivery Wagons,,
Oarriages,
Top Buggies,
Open Buggies,
Phaatons,    ,
Butcher darts,
Dog Oarts,
Dump Carls,
Drays, Stages.
AND  EVKKYTHLMi   IN, TII I'
VEHICLE UNE
We have a lur'.'c stuck'Al moal ••',
til. above ivrticlcs on haml, n\sn n lut'K'i
stock of Wngoii mkI (Jurtiitgu Matcritd,
Wheels, Wt-wl „ti,l Mnrdasro.    '
Kepslrldf, I'tiintiiig * Tilmmlus
dom at ttutlonuhle prlees.
BUGKSM1TH1NG
In all It. Branches.  ' i.
Estimates given on Imn.oik, an 1
Contract, taken, Agricultural Imp',,
ments mad. and repaired, ami all kimU
ot Ironwork for Saw Mills, I-oM-ith-
Canps and Fanners, kept 111- itock ami
mad. to order.
HonC'Shoelnir nnd Ci'iierul
Jobblux.   '
W. also keep In st»H'k to supply tlto
tnd,,' Iron, Htsel, Chnins', Cuhimrlaml
Coal, Horse and Ox Shoes, 'Harrows,
Iron and Steel Harrow Tooth, Carriage
Sprint-s and Ailes, and a complete stock
of Carrlu. Hardware,
Parties requiring anything in our line
will find by inspecting our stock that
Uwy dont nqutr* to go to Vlrtoria to
pt what they want, for th.y can get a
--■■■• artiole at a raawnabl. price
WM, wo now.  Uf   .HH,,, VM*.
expreu. tree et opens.
KiTiht does not eaceed"
miu. ,.ld,or by
is. Jprovld^d th.
ireiBin u'*.. ,,w, r»,----o fi.oi p.r voiom.),
'o&tes,»--«,^hi.»LUd.
In,, wlllMMslbs tasll, ,im,*II,-« ne-%t M
Kamlitonosi ShorM h. tat. by Mst-MSS
MonayO>d.r-»Dr.ll,los-^ehsaeorfs«ji.
-rtthoa7tl»aJ~«*wo(¥ar|»r*iwtlMn.
■ - —     tSkT,t-m t mat-, Hew Ta*.
W. an also manufacturing and selling
1I0NB, UT liLIXS FB1BB,
At Nftrad prioes.   It Is the best snd
ch«psst Press In the market,
-SrW, h.vegot tbe bust workman to be
sdlntk. oountry, .nd w. Import nearly
lilt, stock ws ui. from the ejiat-r»na--.
eu oa«r Induosmenu t„ pur-
t we could not b.ve done wine
All material and Work loavln,
III bai»u.r.nued lobe Juat sa
miDaouRRii gitilfi $ritwh ffiohrmbian
nalwla-r ErealM. Marck It, MH.
Stanley's Mlssloi.
TH[ HIIO HE II 0OIIIOT0 KttUEIFUIVE.
When Khartoum fall, and th.
knightly fan,tic, Gordon, lost hia life,
the eyas of ths wi'tld no longer turned
to the Soudau. With the death of
lh. hero the romance of the Nile wai
oloaed. So wen thought, until tbe
lussssge uf Enjiu Bey, from the lut
British etronghutd ih the heart of tha
" Dark Coutinent, appealed for help.
To auccor him, the expedition now
forming under Stanley will go ont
Like Napoleon and other leaden,
Gordon chose his sides well. From
hll vice-regal seat above the oataraots
. of the Nile he sent forth ohosen lieutenants to form dependent provinoea
and combat the inroads of Zebehr,
Tippu lib and the onw of slave hunter, who were harrying the native
chief, of the Soudan and carrying tiff
while tribes into slavery. Of these
lieutenant governors, Qessi, Lupton
and Emin Bey were the ablest.
■'■ On each side of the Nile, BOO miles
north of the equator, is the Bahr
Oral. Fnm this province Oessi drove
out the great slave trader Zebehr in
1878, and held it firmly till 1880,
when, in an attempt to descend the
Nile to Kbartoum.hia boat was stranded. In a morass of the Nile most of
the crow died, devouring one another
io the trenty of their hunger, and
Oessi wasmseued whan help oame too;
late to serve him. After liis death hii'
provinoe -ras abandoned for a year,
when Luptm lYiook it and ruled until
he waa betrayed into, the handa of El
Mahdi in 1884.
Two hundred utiles south of the
Bahr Oatal, ,tt Ihe line of the Nile,
aud extending within one hundred
miles of the , ,|imtor and the great
Ink. Victoria Nysnia, is the province
which Eiuiu Bey now h«lda and has
heldsinoe 1878 it is separated from
the Bahr Chual by a low-lying district,
the Rohl, which has never beau fairly
incorporated in either province.   The
geriluui navigation uf tne Nile, caused
y ita ahitting tnd and ruing ahuale,
hu protected him thus far from the
attacks of El Mahdi and the other
rebel chiefs. They have been obliged
to assail him by marching overland
aoross the Rohl ttnm Bshr Oatal; and
tn 1888 he met and defeated them in
, decisis, engagement at Rimo, near
the northern boundary of hia provinoe.
They are now moving to attack him
again sine* the dose uf the wet season
in Ootober, and he is also pressed hard
by slavehuntiug maraudera from th.
Zantibar coast For the oauu of civilisation aud the repression of thealave
trade, it is uf gnat importance that he
ahould be enabled to maintain hi. position. His little province ia now the
aula refuge of the persecuted blacks of
the Upper Nile. Be hat established
an orderly administration, laved apd
supported by his people.' Under
rule the farmers went out to their
fields unarmed, a thing unknown be
fore in equatorial Africa. - Taxes were
paid iu grain with regularity and,
chetrfulnesa, and tha expenses of th,
government -were    born    M. a
been put np; at another a wire .rope
ferry over the Nile; at a third a boatbuilding yard, and Ihe two staamboata
whieh Gordon had carried up in pieose
were there put together. At Lado,
the capital, "everything waa arranged and ordered u in a big beys'
sohool. 8trict punctuality and strict
discipline w.re enforced. Emin aaid
that he found this the only .wny in
which to rule orer subject, who needed the restraints df ohildren. There
wat a roll-call, a lock-up at nightfall,
and curfew; a morning hour after
which fine might be lighted; a signal
far going out In work in the fieldi,end
to on, ail done by Ibugle sail."   Asa
. raeult ef thit training and. discipline,
it ii uid that there were abeolutely no
ttioH to punish.
A leader who oould conquor, extend
tnd hold tuch a domain ia certainly no
ordinary inn. II not a Gordon, he
hu eurely proved himself a worthy
. lieutenant of hit ohief. He ia known
to possess varied scientific attainment.,
and he nan apeak and writ* fluently
, English and mott European languages.
Hit private letters thow that hu hurt
in bound up in the suoouspf hit labor,
in Africa, and he refuted ta dosert hia
pott when few would have remained
in hoe of the perils whioh beset him,
In on* of hia lettere he wt .Ur "If
I die who will take thit wurk upt I
think only of that." In another,
speaking of hit province after El
Mahdi's rebellion had gained head, he
uyi: "Time it when from the teed I
have tried to tow doubtless good fruit
' will spring up. If I am happy enough
to tee.lt, a* much the better; if I die,
well,'InmagniivoluiMeutMt"' A
man of tuch power and temper ia worth
aiding, and it will be an enduring
honor to Stanley and hit men if by
their help Emin Bey ia rescued and his
free State saved.-Anion Ainrtlter.
VustorUI fjorratlloii Bibles.
The London oorrupuodwt of the
Manchester, Bn,., OiMroW writea:
"Among the objects the interest in
' which hu bun revived In the light of
the Qneen't Jublln may be mentioned
the bible or biblet oh which the queen
took or lubeeribud the oath at iter coronation. I here aaid bible or biblu
boocuM, as tke resslt uf a faithful and
tuccetiful invaatlgatlon, Dean Ooul*
ban of Norwich hu esiabluhed the
fut thit two bib'js were provided fur
the coronation—one fur the actual
taking ofthe oath and the other to
tern u a rest fur thai perohatot copy
af tke (Mth. which wu to reoelve the
utiun'i signature. Ot the*, biblw
the former, which it tu be regarded at
T *. ceeoaallon bible ireper, passed at
' iati into the pouMskn ot the lite
Dr. Sumner, bishop of Wlnchieltr, In
whoee family It It regarded u an heir-
Urn,, The«l»i« w»o»a»l*o h'bla, ur
Mole tif the subscription, wu pre-
, tented by the.kte Bishop SUnley of
Norwich to Ihe dun iim chapter of
the diAcaw* cathedral, In whoic cue-
1  tody it ll now preserved."
t.t ah.
ml    Rohl
The following Business Directory relates
only to persons Wbose advertisement, appear ln the Daily Columbian. It has
been found true, as a rule, that persons
who advertise liberally are liberal In their
dealings, and many penons make lt a
rule to give preference In their dealings to
those establishments which advertise
freely. The following list Is arranged alphabetically i
LEGAL.
T. C. Atkinson. ..........Columbia St
W. Norman Bole... ColumblaHt
Corbould A McColl ..........McKensle st
Branch Offlce at Vancouver.
MEDICAL.
Dr. H. M. Cooper. Church St
Dr. J. 0. Henderson,.....Chllllwhaok, B. C.
Dr. 1. M. McLean MoKensle Ht
Dr. DeVolfe Smith Clarkson St
'     MICRAHOE.
W. J. Armstrong [are]'. .Court House
H. V. Edmonds".:. MoKensle St
W. D. Ferris I life A accident] Ferris St
T. a Pearson [Are A life] ...ColumblaSt
Rand Bros, (are A life] MoKensle St
Branoh Offices at Vancouver A Vic.
Turner, Beeton A Co. Iflre] Victoria
Woods, Turner A Gamble
[tire,lite* .widen']......Columblast
!     BEAL BIT ATE AOEKCIBt.
W. If. Bole.......:....;......:. Columbia St
Corbould A MoColl..... MoKensle St
H. V. Edmonds McKensle St
w. D. Ferrl Ferris St
Capt. Mttendrlgh McKensle Ht
Rand Bros - MoKensle SI
..-goods. Turner A Gamble Columbia St
ARCHITECT, Ae. ,
C. H. Clow. ...,,., Olinton St
G. W. Grant. ...-.^........MoKensle St
ACCTIOREERI.
T. J. Trapp ...,.....:. Columbia Bt
AGENT! FOB,MACHINERY,*..
Fruer A Leonard......... Vancouver
F. Welcome MoOrady. McKensle St
I     BOOKS * ITATIOHBBV.
D,' Lyal.......... .........Columbia St
HVIICAL ISSTRCMBNTi.
T. R. Pearson., i , Coiumbin St
PR1KT1HG A RDLINGt
The Columbian Steam Prlntlnr- Establishment Columbia St
STOVES * TIHWARE.
Jus. Cunningham Colnmbia Rt
H. M. Cunningham A Co .Columbia Ht
HARDWARE.
Jas. Cunningham..... Columbia St
OA8 VITTIliai.
Jas Cunningham .Columbia St
H. M. Cunningham A Co......Columbia Bt
SEWING MACHINES.
C. J. Robson ,..,....,.,. ..'ColumblaSt
IIARKEIS, At.
Douglas A liolultton... Columbia St
1 OBRBnAL MERCIIANDIIB.
W. R. Austin i .'. Front St
Job. Cunningham Columbia St
0.0. Major Columbia Ht
Wm. McColl...... ColumblaSt
C. McDonough.. Front St
DRY QOODS,
I*. Drysdale A Co..... Columbia Ht
Jos. Ellard A Co Columbia Rt.
Ogle, Campbell A Co Columbia Bt
FURNITURE.
....Columbia Bt
....Colnmbia Bt
.   WOOD* COAL.
A. Burns ., Blackie St
Henry Elliott [Orders left at W. McColl's]
DRuax, Ac.
D. R Curtis A Co....'.;; .Columbia Ht
A. Peele .Columbia Rt
Peeblee A Heckley...
W. Prothero	
BUTCHERS. A  |
nbra
Root. Dickinson .....Columbia St
WATCHMAKERS * JEWELERS
F. Crake... .'. .Columbia Rl
K.Btlreky	
...Columbia Ht
a M. M<,Nau«htsn..-...........ColumbtoBt
■LAC-t.-nTHI^*   CARRIAGE
sf
Id 4 Currie Columbia Sf,
■ HOTEL!. '".K ! ■'-'•
Farmers Homo I Holden]..
-   ~ -Jcbards]...
 Church st
 Viotorin
The Clarence I Richards]
PAIRTERI,  *e.
Chas. Murray Clarkson Ht
BOOTS * SHOES.
G.H. Grant A Co...
H. Kelts.	
Wm. Row.	
 ..Colnmbia St
 ...Columbia st
 .Columbia Bt
D. Drysdale A Co......... .ColumblaSt
Thos. Walsh ColumblaSt
BAKERY.
A. Diebel Front St
RURIBRIEI.
(1. W. Henry Port Hammond
E. Hutoberson «... Ladners
FAHOY POULTRY, Ac.
Jno, S. Cex - Royal Avenue
DAVID LYAL,
[Inecaysr I. T, R. Pattern * C.l
BQ8 TO ANNOUNCE THE AR-
rival of a larg. atock of
B1
Artists' Materials!
Consisting of
I'oloil-l, Water and Oil;
Falsi IrmkM, all sites)
i  FIltqiM, Porcelain A Papiernuche
'   Panels,
leiaeay t 'Chant Boards,
Bnwort 4 Twilled Canm,
. PilnttN, Artlsta*. KsItm, Ac.
UavM ty., also begs to announce that.
In onler to make .room Mr a fresh arrival
of Goods hd-h England, considerable reductions will be; made on muoh of tbe
present stock tortile. dwtelBml
|
LAND SURVEYORS,
Onmiiiion Agents.
Fire, Life, Accident * Mirlne
lBBinnce.
Dominion Express Comp'y, Ld.
Uitera Canadlai  aak Hotel
Bought and Sold.
COLUMMA STREET,
Ttl.ption.ls,     . IkW WUTNiaaTML
,    .WIS
WANTED.
A DULY QUALIFIED TEACHER FOR
Stave wver Sohool. Salary, 150 per
month. Applications stating certificate
and qua! ideations received by the nnder*
signed up to tbe 25th March.
NOBLE OLIVER,
Sec., of Trustees,
dwm7td Whonnock Station.
N(
SsTOTIC.E-
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
_. 80 days after date, we Intend making
application to the Chief OoraralnRloner or
Lands and Works for permission to purchase 160 acres of timber lands on Howe
Sound, desoribed as follows:
Commencing at a pout net on the North
shore of ThornborouBhehnnnel, near Its
head, thence North 80clmlns, tin-nee West
20 ohalns, South 80 ohalns; thence East lo
place of commencement,
ROYAL CITY PLANING MILLS CO.
(Limited)
JOHN HENDRY, Manager.
New Westminster. March lsl, I8fl.
dmhlmS
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
M
LAND AND IHtURAHCE AQENT.
HcKenile St., Hew Westmlniter, B.C.
Valuable Building and Manufacturing
Sites for Sale or Lease in the oities of New
Westminster and Vancouver.
Farms for Sale.
Money to Loan on good Real Estate security at reasonable rates,    rnhfldmlwie
Rural Canadian!
AND THK
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TESTIMONIAL!
Vanconver, Sflrd June, 1886.
MR. a. UOBERTSON,
Representing Ooldle A McCulloch,
Gait, Ont.
sin.—We the undersigned having witnessed the lerrlble Are which wiped out of
existence the young city ot Vancouver,
on the 13th Inst, have, after the lire, examined the safes sold by you, Rome of
which were -put to the most severe test,
having been surrounded by large quantities of lard and bacon, and we are pleased
tn testify to tbe remarkable mauner In
which overy Safe snid by you preserved
its content*-., not only bonks and papers,
but also thousands of dollars In papor
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the Peaee; John Boultbee, Police Magistrate, City of Vancouver; Thomas Dunn,
Justice of the Peace; Isaac Johns, Col.;
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THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
Printing  Company
CU1CXT3.S.)
ON THB 10TH OF JANUARY, 1887,
th. ComiiBiAN Newspaper and
Printing Concern wss purchased by a
joint stook oompany composed of oitisens
cf Now Westminster, to be known aa the
"British Columbian Printing Co.,
Limited." Til. concern hu been for
nearly a year owned and controlled by
tha British Columbia Stationery and
Printing Company, of New Westminster,
Victoria and Vancouver. The object of
tho new cumpany Is to continue the publication of the British Columbian newspaper and carry oh a tteneral printing and
publishing coneem, controlled entirely by
those whoss Individual interest it will be
to promote the development, especially
of the Mainland. Thore will be no
Blackening of the energy hitherto displayed in tbe management of the establishment, and its patrons may rely upon
receiving full value to, their money.
The Columbian will continue to be entirely independent In hoth Dominion and
provincial politics, and will devote itself
to tbe advancement of snch schemes as
may bo considered In the pnblic interest.
The concern is now Entirely separate from
any other business, the book and
stationery establishment in this oity
having been taken over by Mr. T, R.
Pearson, who will continue to carry it on
in his own nnme and for hia own benefit.
It Is desirable that a daily newapapn
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the new company asks for publio patronage on the ground that it is engaged In
an enterprise calculated to promote the
publio welfare. It asks that the Columbus be judged on ita own merits and
supported only so long aa its policy ia
consistent with ita professions, In consequence of this business ohange all ao*
connts due the concern must be settled
without delay so that tha books of the
former oompany may ba adjusted and
olosed. Address all communications and
remittances to
I). ROBSON, Manager.
Kew Westminster, Jan, 28, 1887.
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THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
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SMEWS THIS DAY.
failg fritish Columbian
amffi
Three Dajs.
So much to do:  so littlo done!
Ab! yesternight I saw the suu
Sink beamless down tbe vaulted gray,
The ghastly ghost of Yesterday.
So little done: so much to do!
sEMh morning breaks on conflict now,
But eager, bnve, III Join the fray,   .
Andllghltheb.lt'cofTo-D^.
So much to dp: so Utile dona!
■But when IPs o'er—the victory won—
Obi then,my souUbls strife and sorrow
Will end In that gnat, glad To-Morrow.
Five can of freight left the city for
up country to-day.
- Fishamtiianbusyrtptirikg their
n.tatottt»fcli«OB,'rtm. -'"■      *■■■*■■>
Thirty passengers came down by tha
Adelslds from Chilliwhack.
Tha front of the new Armstrong
building ia receiving a ooat of imiht.
iijionis caus*
"istriends.
Rev. Hr. Haddon and hia family ur-
rived on the Dunsmuir from Nanaimo.
The Dunatnhir arrived from Nanaimo thia Waning *««"**' tontt' Hf
freight.
 iTrafsU 'firm' -fhiacitv is lid*
forwarded over the Northern
Pacffle.
The Adelaide went down to the
StitlW to discharge frefgfit this
I Jgm(|ICp" W buntKHg *h yillnrgii*
merit to tlurrtiar part uf nil heiiso oh
Blackie street.
D. W. P, rt & Cu. have ulroady nno
boat out salmon fishing. So far very
few have been captured.
We have returned to our typical
British Coluthbin weather—warm days,
with beautiful sunshine and Italian
akin. iWW*
Letters from Victoria for eastern
Canada ate being sent by Wells, Fargo
. Jb 0Vl»«presa over the Northern Vi-
ciSe railway.
It ie stated that tlie fumed Comstock
mine of Nevada has produced no less
than 1600,000,000, and it isn't altogether worked out yet      ./ ,•>.-.(■
A good many of the Vancouver spo-
ciala have been recalled tu Victoria,
and it ia expected tlie remainder of
the fern will soon follow.
Both the C. P. R, and the W. 11.
wirea have been down since yesterday.
We are conaaaiently -without -iur reg-
ulnpreaadaanmiehes to-day.
Hon. Mr. Davi. hu been gatetted
president ef the executive counoil, vioe
Hon. Mr. Smithe, whu goes to California fur the benefit of his health.
In addition to onr new stock of spring
gedds w. h»v. opened sn invoice of
Disgonals,.W«* of Ingland Broadcloths
and French Cassimeres. — wauh's
TAOOinta Kaflnimnii. ilnnHOtc
Thejr had an unusually lively debate
ia the legislature laat Thursday ou the
motion of censure against the provincial MPrtHf ateeeiitedhy Hr. Orr. The
,Jdo#C
ithebninfiruftheB. C.
aeetien ef the 0. P. B., ia now negoti-
atJhg with the city of Galveston,
Tna*, fer the improvement of that
hattoratac-stoffcoO.OOO.
Among th* height brought down on
th* ateattier Adelaide lut night were
purchased hy Mr. Dickinson.
Why. not have a notice posted up at
thia end of the long bridge at the foet
of Colombia atreet. prohibiting fast
■bated by a polioeman pleaded that
thar* wa* Ao notice to prohibit furious
driving at this end.
Allth.Eroh.Unt ministers of the
! i' m^mm ftO'fJKafth of, -Beglsnd)
will exchange Dulpiuto-ni'.m.w morn*
Inc.' Bar, Itr.  Scouler will preach
iddon in tht Bmptiit
ftr.Jfr. WiUunin the
nopal church,
T* B. Hunphriw (once provincial
■MfUur)'w« tondlutefur Ihe com*
maokiaOk lite Victoria election, and
Sll» *»>**-» like thereat of
dMM.. Bol Ifc. Himphriee aeemi to
wStTl^t^llVtiw OOtlft*
To-morrow and Monday the anni-
versary of tho Methodist Sabbath
sohool will bo held. Tho seliool will
bo addressed in the church to-morrow
ailfehio^p by Rev. 0. Watson. On
Monday night the children will give an
entertainment in the church, consisting of music, dialogues, eto. Admission, 25 cents.
It was expected that a train would
be despatched to Kamloops to-day,but
those who were waiting to go received
notice about noon that tho train had
been cancelled. It is reported that a.
•tide occurred at Maple Ridge, blocking the road and carrying away somo
of tlie ttaok. A slide is alto reportod
at Nortii gand. f
^Kibi" Alarm.— Shortly after throe
o'clock to-day an alarm of firo was
sounded and the engines and hose cart
were started for the scene of the tire,
which was reported at the gas works.
Ou proceeding a short distance, however, it was learned the fire was extinguished. A kettle that was used
for burning tat and had boiled over,
the tar blazing up, caused tho reason
for the alarm.
In, a Fix.—One of tho parrots |be-
longingtothe Holbrook house weut
for a stroll ihis morning up tothe top
of the flagpole in front of the hotol.
"Collie" got up aU right but aU avails
to coax him down are of no use. At 5
o'clock he was Bitting contentedly after
being up there nearly ull day, on tho
cross-bar, tho apex of the polo, quietly nibbling his toes, and had evidently
mode up his mind to stay there all-
night as well.
Wrong Again. Our Church-street co-
temporary ia ftgtrny r6speoting"theJ*ou8-
onwliyMr.MoGillivmy'slttlierff^not
published tho day at'ter it wbh rccetvul.
The letter would certainly not havu
influenced any votes in iho city, and ae
it was received after tho weekly edition
of the Columbian had been printed
and mailed, it could not reach the
country before polling day. There was,
therefore, no need to haston the publication of tho letter, and as u matter
of fact it waa delayed only one day. It
came too late for the issuo of the 2nd,
and appeared in tlio issue of the 4th.
Who'll Beat It,—Yesterday one of
the geese imported from England by
the late Mr. H.S. .Tones, druggist,
and sold to Mra. Hough., t, Kingston
street, James Bay, laid a monster egg.
Its weight iB 14i ounces, and measures
14 and 10$ inches respectively. This
monster species of the egg crop is now
the property of Mr. damieson, who
has cliarge of the sidewalk repairing.
Wo will be glad to hear from auy one
who cau beat thia egg. Who will it hot
—Victoria Times, Why, there's nothing hard about that Any person with
a fork and a saucer could beat the egg.
■■■ ♦■*»■*•——	
Nearly Upset.-—The str. Adelaide
had a narrow escape from swamping
at Olnlliwhack tha. other day. There
waa a gale blowing up tltu river, aud
the current is vei-y.swift. Ttio steam.
et got her hond across the stream,
when the current-eight her bottom
and the wind coming in the opposite
direction took her upper works. She
careened t<> suoh an extent that the
water went orer her guards, and for a
few moments there was great consternation among the largo number of
passengers on board. The captain
soon got her under control, however,
but it wns too closo to be at all ngree-
KlI
A Candle Powbh.—The measuring of a candle power of light is accomplished by ooinpiring the shadow cast
by a rod in the IL-lii of a standard
candle with the i-liudi.w cunt by tho
light to be tested. By moving the
latter away from or toward the rod, a
point will be readied at which the
ahadow cast by both lights will bo of
the aame intensity. The intensity of
the two lights ia directly proportional,
to the squares of their distances from
Ihe shadow. That is, suppling the
light to he tested ix three times Ihe
.distanco of the camlli', it* ilium hinting
power Is nine timet at crcut—ll wt
Shore.
Liquor Lioenheh.—Petitiuus largely
signed are bcitur presented lo tho legislative Htsetulil.t prnyifg for h thorough revision of -Y- W.v< rehi-ing to
tho liquor tntili.- in 'Iim pniviuce, that
the number of Iic**n*t« U- made to bus*
tain a certain proportion tothe population, and I Imt tliu Bile of lii,uor-t on
Sunday bo prohibit-iI. 1\e pulltlnnjj
already printed show ihu following
names: From Chilli-vlncl*. 5!), L-'iig-
ley Prairie 108, Upp. r Somas 50,Wellington 70, Ciimox' 80, Alberni 44,
Victoria 402, Now WVrtmiiistcr 420,
Esqtiimuh t>8, Sooke 23, Cowichan 42,
Nnnaimo 108 Tlm make** a total of
1574. with -iijvl-mI pluoe-i yet to I c
heard from.
The Wekklv Columbian.— Tlie
publishers iim desirous to make nil
subscriptions tyrthe WeeklV Columbia? end with the year. This will
enable subscribers'lo know precisely
when their Biibsuriptions expire, and
it will greatly simplify the book-keeping. Persons sending new subserin-
tions during the year will, therefore,
be good enough to send, as far as possible, the amount that will pay tt the
end of the current year. The paper
costs, as nearly as may ho, 17 ets, a
month, and the sum required to pay
to the end of the year may be easily
calculated. If it is not possibleto oh-
! tain the correct amount, send $2, and
the change will be returned ju slumps
from this offloe.
The Great French Remedy, Dr. Le*
Due's Periodical Pills. These Pills are
compounded from the purest drugs, and
front those only which ate known to act
upon the Generative. Oman* in Females.
They are first enclosed. in ap air-tight
capsule, and by this means made to retain their full strength for years in any
climate. Ask us for private circular,
A. M- HEHRiNt k O. ,&• Owns,* Co.,
New Westminster; T. McNeeley,' Lad-
ner'sLanding* H. McDowell k Co., Vancouver; Plmbnrv*. *, Co., Nanaimo} y.
Piakard, Denman lalandl A. K.'Johnson
ft Co., Chemainus) R. H. Richardson
Cowichan) W. R. McCartney ft Bro.,
Vancouver and Kamloops; Hastings Saw
Mill Co., VanwiH-ori The Vanoonv**.
Drug-Co., Yafccoflveri J. B. lovell, Y»lo|
W. R. Megaw, Priest Volley; H Clark
ft Co., Kamloopsi Lanolev ft Co.,
whnlmale agents, Victoria,    dwseSflyl
Dtkino at Ohillivvhaok.—J. C.
Henderson, of Chilliwhack, . in-
forms ub that a contract has been let
fora dam across Hope slough for
91,480. Another contract fora dam
aoross Camp slough and a dyke botween that and Hope slough has either
been let or will bo shortly. The cost
of the second contract will be about
$2,000, Wurk is to begin at once,
end tho contractors are to guarantee
the work against high watfr. The
money is raised by private subscription among tlie people of Chilliwhack,
who are certainly showing great enter
prise, It is believed this work will
afford sufficient protection from floods
at the timo of high water-; and as
there is great danger of unusually
high water ttext summer, the construction of this dyka uow is 'most opportune, rjf
■- j__- • '»♦*■—i—.-—-—
r Wp-u Figuring.r-Tho report of tho
chief commissioner of lauds nml works
juat buiied contains a statement of the
various works Riven out by tender during Uie past I year, and there is something quito inexplicable in tho wide
diversity of the tenders. For example,
tenders for tho new school houae at
.Vancouver varied from .$3,026 to
$6,200; for Chilliwhack River bridge
from $388 to $865; for repairs to the
Scott road, from $300 to $800; Yale
trunk road from $333 to $884; Harrison River ditch, from 90c per rod to
$3; Beach road (Cowichan), from $120
to $750; Albeirn. road, from $8,500 to
$16,050; tarring cylinders at Point Ellice bridge, from $£5 to $125; sidewalk
from Point Ellice to Esquimalt, from
134c per foot to ,40c. (Wean scarcely
imagine Uow peoplo with common
sense could differ so widely iu their estimates.
Mr. Wm, Boyd HiU, Cobourg, Writes:
"Having used lb*. Thomas' Eclectrie Oil
for somo years, I have much pleesure iu
testifying to its ellieacy in relieving1
pains in tho back and shoulders. I have
also used it in casea of croup in children,
and have found it to be all that you
claim it to be."
Personal.
T. C. Atkinson returned from Victoria to-day.
John Jolly, of Langley, was in the
city to-day.
Adam Irving, of Maple Ridge, is in
the city to-day.
J. Lamb, of Winnipeg, returned
from Snn Francisco to-day.
J. G. Jaques returned from Victoria
yesterday vm Port Moody.
J. C. Henderson, of Chilliwhack,
was nmong tho Adelaide's passengers
yeBterday.
James McConnell, of Chilliwhack,
oame down on tho Adelaide last night,
and remains until Monday.
Mr. U, A. Harrison, Chemist and
druggist, Dunnvilic, Out., writes: ''I
can with confidence recommend Northrop ft Lyman's Vegetable Discovery and
Dyspeptic Cure for Dyspepsia, Impure
Blood, Pimples on the Face, Biliousness
and Constipation-— such eases having
como under my personal observation,"
■ -.'ni   hfrvfav**** i	
From Uie Senior Wnr.
Sergt. Campbell nud thirteen of the
Vancouver special provincial police arrivod down on the Louise lust evoning.
The sergeant reports everything quiot
nnd tho weather so wet that it Vas exceedingly unplewajit fortho specials.
The force is quartered in the building
formerly occupied as the Sunnyside
hotel,.and detachments have to march
from this point a' couple of miles to
whore the Chinese are camped on the
Brighouse estutt>. Tho railway grade
Una to bo travelled, a portion of the
way and tiie mud is almost k mil-deep.
About forty Chinese- have returned so
far, but tho wet weather precludes all
possibility of work. Dotachments
havo four hours on duty aud four
hours off.
Sergt. Campbell said ho waa glad to
get back to Victoria. There wos no
open hostility toward tho specials, but
they wore treated to plenty of jeers
and unpleasant remarks at every opportunity afforded, and whilo one if
tite discharged fourteen was proceeding
to the wharf he was struck by a rotten
apple thrown by some indivi'u-l who
could not bo detected. Tho sergu.i.it
thinks that ns soon as thu provincial
polico are entirely withdrawn there ii
a danger that 'he Chineso will be subjected to the aame tivutmeut as before,
—in fact, men on the streets have
openly stilod tha* such would provo to
bn tho case. "Thuy nro no'ily nil
anti Chiuose iu sentiment," said the
sergeant, 'but I noticid that
Chinamelifpoased ihto igli tho street**
with great bundles of clothes for iho
purpose of wdshing them. A tyhee
Chinaman the other day tried io threo
•tomato pinchasi. a rubber out; l.iji
was refused tho article, lie u"i tiheiid
uf them, however, for ut the hm i-hi/ti
he «>k.-d a white in-ui at tho do v to
purchattj the c-at M-tmu. This wns
done, and tho Chiinuu.ii with i*t*i>i\'ly
pleaxed nt his own shrewdness iMi't
know *jH,«?ther (he while niuii got »
commis-iion or not.'
Fourteen ht -*•■.* *-*pHii**l«'.h ive I et-n
pnid oil', tin.* ...liicitig iIn* force to
twenty men. H is hh kn.-uo^ «h.*n
tho balance will H'tnru^.-tikinjsf,
JaqusbSnow, Uinming Cce, N. tt.,
writes: "I was completely pios rated
with the ashma, bnt hearing tif Dr.
Thomas' Eclectrie Oil, I procured a ■ bottle, and it done so muoh good tlmt, [ gut
another, and before it was used, 1 wus
well. My sun wob cured of a bad | cold
by tbo use of naif a bottle. It goes like
wild-fire, and makes cures wherever it Is
used.
*A»*F,!-H1K«*.
PerHtrpunsmulr, from Nanntmo, Mnr.
Ifl—Rev Hodden ami family, .f D Tlnk.'-u-,
T Wall, W l-Hekon-mi), T Monahnn. J
Tanner, Laidlaw, Smith.
4 0VH|I.N*r>*.
Porstr Adslnlda.Mar.il.-Westminster
—Douulas & Dnlgltton,.! V. Innloy, Dlnk*
.snson, furoell, Gnblex, Hlllnnl,. Oaks,
Black, Morley, Johnson. ROSBeoU. Van-
couve^'MeBwan, Henderson Bros, Mr*
Intosli Nanaimo -8 D John. Victoria
-n A Johnson, Hethorno, Ebberts, Atkinson, MIhi Todd,
One trial of Mother Orravra' Worm
Exterminator will convince you that it
haB no equal aa a worm medicino. Bny
a bottle, nnd aee if It doea not please
yoti,
Wholesale fllu Market.
Beef,     per 100 IbH	
Pork " 	
Mutton       " 	
Hldesl/fr'n)" 	
Fotntoea     " 	
Turnips     •*•
Carrot*       "      ■	
Parsnips    ••        	
Beets »' 	
Cabbage   ' " .      	
Onions       o 	
Apples        V	
Pears "  ...
Wheat    .    '* 	
Oats     :...?'
Pens      .   u 	
Hay,       per lon  	
Butter (rolls) per Itt....	
Cheese, .   •*■  	
Eggs,        perdoz	
Geese, oach	
Dunks "	
Chloketifl, per pair ■•
Turkeys, pur lb..;	
Cordwood (retail) per curd.
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  S W@  0 00
 0 00 (§10 00
 8 flOfe) 0 00
 0 7r.<a ooo
 0 87Q,0 75
 0 40@  0 75
 0 750  100
 0 75® 100
 0 50@ 100
 2 00 @ 2 26
 2 50® 8 00
 2 00@ 2 50
..... 1 50®  175
  150® 160
  I SO® ooo
 !6 00®(K)00
 0 27®: 0 00
  0 15® 0 00
 0 50® 0 00.
  1 50®  175
 0 25® 0 80
  0o0® 0 75
  0 20® 0 25
 8 50® -100
Whwb Bronze Monuments.— Whito
Bronze is a comparatively new substance,
aud has coma into large use,-- rapidly, for
speoial purposes in this country. It haa
been found to bo so well adapted for statuary, and monuments, tlint companies
nave been foi* soinc time established nt
Bridgeport, Couu., Detroit, Mich., Dea
Moines, Iowa, and St. Thomas, Canada,
who are making monuments of all kinds
and styles, from experiments made by
these companies, it has be.m found that
the material will stand exposure for an
indefinite period—it is practically indestructible. White. Bronzo being non-
corrosive and unchangeable, it iB stated
to bo equal to gold, silver or platinum,
and superior to copper or antique bronze,
which throws off a verdigris. The monuments are cast from refined zinc, and are
given their sparkling appearance by the
sand blast, sand being blown against the
work uuder a high pressure of steam,
which cuts the surface, but does not adhere to it. A thin film of oxide which
forms on this bronze is indistiuctible by
the elements; it cannot be dissolved by
water; and air cannot penetrate it, although the film in so thin ns to be immeasurable. No corrosion, it ia affirmed,
can take place.—Boston Journal of Commerce. Chas. J. Robsou, New West*
Staster, is ageut for the White Bronze
onumentB iu British Columbia, Much
leaper and  mora durable  than  any'
other my5tc
 «..-*_ -> ,—_
Job printing of all kinds neatly done
at the Columbian office. Prices will be
found lower than at any other ollice in
the province.—-Ath.
CSt, PAUL'S CHURCH.  Services ov
O ery Sundny nt 11 a. si. and 71>. w. In
the Church, St, John stroet, bolow Roynl
avenue. Rents freo; all nro cordially Invited.  Sundav Bchool at 2.30 v. v,
 (fe28to) ,
VfKTHODiBT cnvKCii, Mary si.
JjJ. Rev. C. Watson, Pastor. Services iit
11 a. m, and 7 p. in. (Sunday-Hchool and
Bible Olass 2:80 p. m. Prayer Meeting on
Thursdays at 8 p. in. Seats free; stronger*-;
cordially Invited. Jo7-tc.__
DAPTIBT CHVRCH, Agnes Street,
D JOasL of Mary Street. Rev. Robert
Lenula, Pastur. Uml'n buy Services at 11
a, m. and 7 p. m. Sabbnth Suhool und
Bible Class at 2::« p. m, AH sontsfree;
strangers cordially woleomed,   d«dfl24tc
IS ION LODGE Na, O, A. V,
M.—The regular Communications of this Lottie ure
.    .    . held on the first Mondny i n eiion
month.  Sojourning brethren are cordlup
lylnvltcdtoiittuiid
PETER ORANT,
fo23-t-o Hftorotary;
m
To Contractors and Builders.
TENDERS WII4- BE RECEIVED BY
the 11 ndcrslimed at his olliee, McKenzie street, until noon of KMlurday, 1Mb
Marrh, IK8T* for the election of a two*
storey Cottage. 1'lnnn and speclflcallons
may be rccii any timo during ofllce hour-*.
Tho lowest or nny lender not neeessarlly
accepted.
G.W. ORANT,
dmhlCt.l Architect.
$500  REWARD.
FIVK HUNDRED DOLLARS RK*
ward will bo paid by the* mivertlttor
forsuch Information us will lcn<i to tbo
conviction of the pi'iNou or pcrxoim who
recently aont infuilttnu anotiy mons lot'cis
In the guise of Valentines ton number of
residents of this city. Tho name uml address of the advertiser muy bo hail ut. this
OltlRO.
New Westmhudc*-. Mmoh 12,1-S87.
dmliismi
POR SALE.
A CHESTNUT OELDiNU. 15-2! 6 years
old; good In single and double har-
nosi»; and n flrst-olasHXady*8 Hack.
Applyto
REV; D. HORLOCK,
Kamloops.
dmh7wt
yfAWED,
A DULY ftUATJPIED TEAOHER FOR
Stave River Sohool. Salary, $50 per
month. Applications stating certificate
aud qualifications received hy tho undersigned up to the 25th March.
NOBLE OLIVER,
Sen. of Trustees, '
dwm7td    . Whonnock Station.
aSTOTIOB.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
- 60 days after dntc, wc Intend making
applicnllon to tho Chief (loniinlssloncr of
Lundu and Works for permission to purchase 1(10 acres of timber lands on Howo
Sound, described as follows) -
Commencing ut u post Net On the North
shore of Thornborouj-h chimnel, nom* Its
head, tlienco North HOchulns, thonco West
20chalus, South 80 chainr; thence East to
place of commencement, ' ■' •<;;-
1' ROYALCITY PLANING MILLS CO.
(Llifllted)
.       JOHN. HENDRY, Manager.
New Wesluilmtcr, March 1st, 18*7.
. dmhlm2
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
I)«UUUIiJlUUilU|
UND AHO INSURANCE AGENT.
McKenzie St., New Westminster, B.C.
Vnlunble Building and Munufucturing
Rites for Rale or Lense in the^ltl*?* of Sow
WoHtmlnntor and Vancouver.
Farms for Salo.
Money to Irfian on good Unii'l Kstnte security at rcasoiiKbio rates.    mli2dlniwu.
asrox'XCES.
NOTICE IS HERKBY WVEN THAT
30 dnys after (Into we Intend iniiklnn
application to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for permission to Iobbj
for timbering purposes the following desoribed lnnds Ffittintc oh ttie "mainland of
British Columblu, Const Distriot:
Commencing atthe soulh-i-ustorlyend
ofalake.whii'h hike Is about 2% miles
easterly from n point on tbe easterly shore
lino of Longhbongh Intel, whioh point
beai*s ubout East from Beaver Crcekj
.thonee as foi lows: South 80 chnins, Enst HO
chains, North SO chains, West -10 chains.
North «0chnlns, Wosl Wchalns, North 40
chain*, West-10 chains, Norlb 40 chains,
West 40 chains. North 80 ehulns, West 80
chains, Soutli to thc shore line of u Inko;
thenoo south-i-itsterlv, following shoro
llneof lake lolls Inlet, thence Enst to the
shore Hue of (he lirst mentioned lake,
ibence north-easterly, following shore
lino to point or commencomont; said
trnet 00110111)111? about 1600 ncres, more or
ROYAL CITY PLANINO MILLS CO.
■ [Limited].
JOHN HENDRY, Manager.
Now Westminster, l.,ob..21st, 1887.  dfeSlml
YOUNG MEN'S
-ban Association
in or Emmn
TN THEHKATINO tt&Kirt *V-o*¥t(Ac
1 every WcdnvMliiy iiluht during March
aud April. t
Tickets for Course $1, which gentlemen
muy exohuugo for membership to Juno
80th, 1887, without extra fee.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10:
DR. R.I. BENTLEY
' wn.r.oiVKA
MEDICAL TALK
TO YOUNO MEN ONLY.
Atliul-Hhtn, '-tSclHt tlinljiltd   .
Ill
the ft
PROVINCIAL SECHETARY'8 OFPICK,
lllth March, 1887.
IH   HONOUR THE LIEUT-RNANT-
Qovornor hns lieen plensed to multe
following appointments: -
(ieorgn Evan Mnmtct, Bad., oi Donald,
to he a Coi-om-r for the Kleclornl Dls.rlct
nf Kooteiuty.*
Wllllnm TeiiaU',,I.s<ju,ro,or Ynle, to hn
iiJiut'l'-f' of the Yeaee for the Electornl
DisHlelnf Yale.       ■ dmhl'Jtl
To Builders Hontetors.
rilKNDERS WILL BE RECEIVED BY
I lhe nndcrslgneii up in noon of Tiii-h>
day, litetfilb Inm.* for the election of a
Cottage.' Plans nml sper-iih.'it long may he
seen nt Mr. D. Lyal's stniloiicry Store,
Columhlu st. 0. H. CLOW.
dmhtflt.l Aieniiei-t.
m- GRIP! mi
CANADA'S COMIG JOURNAL
GREAT IMPROVEMENTS FOR 1887:
milM AIM OK "llllll"' it toneL forth, in
I in tui hiipui'M.-Umllmi'-iv-inii'iit iinui-
iu*r, the .lusH-iii! * vciits «' Ciimuilun poi)!-
li.nl i|»tt social life. lis Ciil'toons so°nt(
nn«reiiellnltcly tuul iffo'ro (il-Tfirfhiirly hull
wholo coiiimiisof oUFnr] .1. In thi** piui*
«i'iit,nnsHy iippivcliitiii'tHud milKtli! style
of pri'ft'Mtlnirit hiiii|init,lh" whole Minn*
tion Is M-veuli'd m t« «J*M1'"*- Th-*.iH'wnii
of Gr'.ii -how how wt-H ttt'' Vm"- It nppiv
cluted-il- Curi'ioilsofif. iK-Kln-i .pollt-
icul events of Ilo- Minu:-?' hAhk <>vcn
more eiiKeily snitith' uf.ctthuo Mmehnste
uml hlltnoi-oii-. l.'lii-i-prei-H '■■■ 'In' ',-liper,—
llimiirh the lull.-its vi|nitlli> •Smior uny
Bimlinr puhlienllo.ion tiie (■"iilllient.
Thu publiHlici'suf Grin a o itiukliiK ix
lenitive iinprovenienin for Jiwi. The old
■cover Is .<» he diKCitrled,!")^! the jomiml
will horenfier cOlniirlwfi I- punes.and he
printed on houvy loin*-.! tmil tmlviulcreii
biini-r,-—evory niinibt)' iptlt'i -oun|slh:ullv
executed a-* to con'i'fiiir- f.ivoni'dy-with
the best })!i|»i.'iH on Ihe t oiu inriij. Tho
udvtB. will beeiinipressoil um! morn syste-
mntleally nrrnnu"di while Klmilur hu
proveinonts will ho madt us to iho letter*
pros*. A new and handsome 'tlfeKtgri will
•domtbetltte piiKe; while tin. Cnrtnoni
will eorlajnly not Mtflbr fiom oxt-nslve
Improvements In the Itnwtld doparimeiit.
The prico of Grip will horenfte) hofJit
yenr, which l*. lower thnn ihut of ony
mpev, of Hh kind tu America,—mont of
thom selllmi for 95. Single numhen of
OWipwill in* ID cent*..
Tw1bo.ii yonr.utMhlmiminei'nnd Cbrtst--
1)111!-, a beautiful spei-lnl hum hor will bo
isHiicii, tho number of, panes liehiK IH;
('.reused, uud plcnslmr features Introduced,
tutrilMiHinc^'Whlon wlllhoKlvon lupin:
cedIiik issues. The-e numhers will be
prcBontcd to subscribers Without' extra
charge. .    '
GRIP'S PLATFOfiMi
Humor without Vuhmrlty;     .
• I'ntrlollsmwlthntriirtlnunshlp;
Truth without Temper.
Only $4 n Year. I'mlitm- Fne.
AddrcNM the Orlp I'rintliiii und Publish
liiBCoinpony,2t)iHiiliWKront.St.roei,Wc«t,
Toiont-o: or loavo your ordor with your
iHrnkselleroroMierloeitl nifeuu fell
d. s. cram & co.
Wholesale and Retail I
DRUGGISTSI
New Wi'KlmliiHtt'r, B. r.
mhiotc
To tlie Electors I
m lilt PUBLIC lil CEHERAl
Of the District of
illlill
. Or nny o'liei* Pialrict.
I-PeiiHjjg that M'lujther wc lmV6 tlio
Fl
i)i;i:si:\i:D
Or not, wo imifat liavo BootB anil SIiocb,
T1IRR1CVORK,
GEO. H. GRANT & GO.
Take ;advantago pf ^liia oj)]iortnnlty to
let the reoriui'ii of: thin lain^raph know
where Huota uml SIioch of various de*
hcriftioiiH ami of all bIzcs may be Iiml.   i,
,\V*e have tulteu' the Store on .Columliia
Street lately ocounied hy Mr. N. A.
White, and aru In a position to entertain
customcrf, to Whom we extent! a cordial
t .yit'itloii -o call anil examine our
Stock.
GEO. H. GRANT & CO.,    *»
ilwoihlltc CrlhiTMnfA ^TiiBRT,
D
|l-«-i| W'l.'iJil
' ,    .3VUA V. JIBB3S ill 0IIIC5 8! ill 0IHH Sii",
....... 111!.
WE HAVE JUST kECETVED A,1 SHIPMENT OF
ragSaitinp
FOR. THE TAILORING DEPARTMENT/
ALSO, ^.CONSIGNMENT Oi; ,,'
D. Drysdai^
I iPf Obliimbla Street, JSTiW.
' '. if"~' '   dw-mh7:fcc ,    ,  '    .'.'
Largest Dry Goods, Clothing and Gents' Eu^
nishing House oh
the Mainland, y
JAMES ELLARD & CO.
OOIill-KBIA   fB-T-f-l-B-a-x,
fl      v     "-ttiiijit*"
•J^Te-s-a*   ■^7"©iBt'-'
'  III", 'if..       .,,.,.. I*'   ;
SPRING CLEARING SALE
To make Room for our Spring; and
Sunimer Stock, shortly to arrive,
Ory Goods, Clothing, Hats,
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Carpets, Oil Cloths and House
Furnishings,
We wiil offer tour entire Stook for the
next two weeks at a reduction of 10 to 20
!>er cent, less thau regular prices. A few
ines under cost to close them out. Oall and
examine our Ooods to give us au opportunity to quote prices and convince you that
we are offering Goods at astonishingly low
prices.
OGLE, CAMPBELL & CO.
Sit Vi nn. ifi Next Door to Hank of B. C.
P. 8.-8peclal Attention to Orders by Mall.
•  ' ■ ''';  ilwmlihnl   ,
jij—i—j.——-r
Q-ZRESjVT ' B^.I2GI-^»I1TS IN
BRACELETS, PINS, LOCKETS, CHAINS, AG.
Also-a'-llil4  assortment   of.  SltyE^'lftA'tWi'w^RE
KNIVES, KORKS, SPOONS,&& I  ,.,„-,y„i„,,.;,'.,,.,,.,'^
•   "_& All Gwili-guar^htecd tobe as^^ represented.      '   '
mm, mm§&Mk:
dw-jaijitc Colonial Block, New Wfcstmlnatel-i e>C.
■   ' ■-• '"*' •-■■•
TAKI KOT1CK THAT EDMUND J. J,
_Koiijrj»-i'i wiJl1!:™.?.'. K'toJlSlSg
Wflttftff*
ihsir
 '8,1,
Pltis, Jbinf Wilson nml F. O. Bimpaon, III
trust for tho creditors ot th.. hbIU Kelly
Bros. Cmlltors sro rcoiissleil to MM
th.lr olslma to Mr.' a. j, l'llta, vltKnrls,
(orlhwlth. ,
1 illicit Mnrcli Cth, 1887.
s. PERKY MILLS, ol Viotoria
ilmliTml BollcltorsforTriKtM*..
DKAtfJIHK
WOODiS! COAL
fir-ALL, *IMM *0»*B  PBOMITLY
\t s4,lnlHr*m»liUrstDa.
•'i_ fmOtim iajirM left «tw. Hi Barns'-

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