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 NEW ADVERTISEMENTS THIS DAY.
House for Sale Mra. Henderson
Appointments , \?rov' &w.
gmlg $riiisli (|(}lumbiifft
JHanday Evening.' December «. MM.
The Oinuuliiui Pacific intend running a press excursion from Eastern
Oitnada to the.Pacific coast next
spring, wit^J^xie-y to_liaviii/jthe
line and country ''fully written up."
Tho railroad company has ale*.el
head. Judicious advertising always
pays.-i-ll'i»H«/MJ7 Suns It is well
that the people of this province
should have timely warning irf the
approach of the eastern press gang.
They had better buy another Imll
dog and kee|. an eye on their clothes
lines.     ^_ f^.
Since the Colonist makes merry
over the declaration of a candidate
that he will be BieWtlgliiy "incj*-
pendent," we hope our cotemporary
will study tile circumstances under
which the elections for Ontario and
the Dominion are about to take
placo. The Ontario elections are
brought on a year before the expiry
of the parliament evidently beoause
it was believed a party advantage
would lie gained by so doing; and
the campaign is being earned on
with the most intense bitterness by
the party candidates and the party
press. If we are to believe one
side, nearly every nerjon o» ther op>
positc side is a thief and a scoundrel. The same disgusting exhibition goes oiu perpetually in Dominion politics. Four years ago Sir
John cut a year ofl' the life of the
parliament for party purposes, and
undoubtedly contemplated another
similar coup: this fall, and the throwing of mud bdtween his party and
the reform party goes on without
interrupti<*|i.<1_.,-ri*ere is a great deal
too much party and too little independence in Canadian politics. ..
From all accounts it seems that
the distress existing among the poor
of London, Eng., is this yeat* quite
appalling, and the prospeots for the
winter are most discouraging. Not
only are there thousands of laborers without prospect of work [or
food or shelter, but even sjtilled
workmen are suffering and discouraged. Notwithstanding tha vast
resources of philanthropy in the'
great city, its efforts to meet the
distress windfall very far abort pf
the necessity of, the situation.
From a report published some time
ago it appears that of the children
who are compelled to attend school
over 30 per ceut had.to go without
food.     It has been proposed that
on.   ir**  tnemi   pet* Hay be given to
all school cKildrea who need it. If
this were done, it would greatly
lessen the amount of suffering among
the little ones. London is the richest eity ih the world, and it probably contains "more poverty aud
wretchedness thaii' can bo found
anywhere else; und' it is said that
the amount of poverty and suffering
is greater now than it ever was
before.
^—_^JJSaBSwifc—• "
The Victoria Colonist of yesterday, speaking of Mr. Trnpp as an
independent candidate for this district, observes: ' "Independent of
what andVhplt|-f Surely Jfr. Triipp
must have some views on the stirring
political questions of the day—must
be able to 'say whether the polioy of
the Macdonald administration has
been beneficial' or prejudicial to the
province and Dominion. The independence of Mr. Trapp may be all
right; but it. is not the kind that
will land hiin at Ottawa." Perhaps
not, but ut the same time wo are inclined to the,opiniontljat Mr. Trapp
is perfectly right in announcing his
political independence independence does not prevent any person
from holdhi£jin<t.i eji'prefaKg'.an
opinion on the merits of the administration: indeed it places him in a
position w|n**ph» mca. without fear
criticise both: prtrtlfw':;' It'h the
absence'of independence that makes
"machine politiciani,"'' rfho feel'
themselves bound to respond to the
ujll of the whips and cast their
votes as they are told without consulting their own judgment. Evidently thiw«*ft__'8* •«•*;.-
dent." ''-': '<'>'•''" »■"■'>'-'
Montreal and St. Paul are already making preparations for their
ice-palace «ar*ivafc *n|. 'inrj-v-shoe
demonstrations.' ' AjiS&ah'l thd people of New Westminster do something in the|*g**!iil pid-tinterfestivals. We- matt probably nave
neither snow nor ice as a basis; but
with ouf; 'beautiful climate and
lijiliny wintry breezes; with flowers
blooming iii our gardens, and ver
dure clothing' our landscapes, it
might not lie out of place for us to
inaugural, a winter festival that
would illustrate the marked contrast
liiitween tlie, east aiitl tlio west. Let
us have rii> pjcrjtirBion by steamer up
tne Fraser Kiver, for instanoe, and
a pic-nic'' in„S6ine cool and shady
.snot where':Wr;yml"i'ti*J»?r((!pil>ay
enjoy the pleasures of appropriate
oi'door reiiflitlo**", suoh aa football,
bin-ball, erloketj swings, tow while
the older, ones listen to addresses
from Rome of btas" pnblic' men pr
drink in the,,sweet strains. $ lh-
siiring mii'sio. ..'Whiii. our eastern
brethren wrap themselves in flannel
and fur for their midwinter sports
on snow and ico, let us by all means
have -r. \yinter., festival on the verdant banks of the Feasor.-'
- Ho#.oft3b ('owe hfJU'of the sudden
'fatal termination of a case of croup;
when a young life might have been saved
by the prompt use oi Ayer's Cherry Pectoral ! Be wise in time ahd keep u bottle of it on hand, ready for instant use.
House for Sale.
AN 8-UOOMED HOUSE, Willi oiit-bniW.-
InpH, situated In a mtn-t deslmblo
part ofJthe city. Good woll of water.
Terms easy, rai-ttculars ou application
on tlio premises, cor,,Merlvulc iintlCnr-
nurvon sis.
a-drliwl      MIlS. J. B. HENDERSON.
Provincial Secbetahy's Office,
2-ltl. November, 18SQ.
HIS  HONOUlt  THE LIEUTENANT-
Oovernor has been pleased to mnke
the following appointments:
Tlie Honourable Frederick Wbitworth
Aylmer-of Wild Horse Creek, nnd James
Brady, Esquire, of Finality Creek, to "be
Justices of tlie Peace for the Electoral District of Kootenny. i>
I John Parke.', Esquire, to be a Justice of
the Peace for the Electoral of Esquimalt,
Walter Stirling-, and Hoht-rt Pinkerton,
Enquires, to be Justices of the Pence for
the Alberni Division of the Electoral District of Nanaimo.
-JiJlh November,1886.
Will lain Matthew Robson, Esquire, J.
P., to be a Court of Revision ami Appeal,
under the Asses-.meiit Acls, for that portion of the Eleotoral Pistrictof Cowichan,
which embraces the islands in the Gulf of
Georgia, with the exception of Salt Spring
Island, vice T. R. Flgg, Esquire, J. P., resigned. d-de6t_
2_*Tp-TiCB.
NOTIOE IS ftEREBY GIVEN THAT
an application will bo mnde tothe
Parlinment of Canada at Its next session
for nn Act to incorporate a Company to
build, wiUiitnln and operate m line of
Railway iron soineoonvenlent point In
or near the CltjriflNcir Westminster to
some convenient point, on or near the
40th parallel of North latitude,between
Bemlalnnoi. Bay and Township 16, In the
District of Now Westminster, Province of
British Columbia. ,        !
New Westminster, 2-Uh November, 1880.
W. NORMAN BOLE,
■l-drtma Solicitor for Applicants.
JDST  RECEIVED FROM -ENGLAND/
the finest nnd most select stoek of
Uk' Cim ul Sttgagauil Biogi
EverlnNewWcstralniter.
Solitaire Diamonds, Single Pearls,
'     Sapphire Rubys, ke.
Ladies' Fine (iold -ft Silver Jewelry
All of the Latest Patterns.   -
. Call early and secure BARGAINS nt
m-i-  Crake's Jewelry Store.
lX.-CT-A._BX.]
FOS S_A._L._E_
THE  UNDERSIGNED OFFERS   FOR
snle his
Lot, with 8-roomed Dwelling Haute,
Situated on Columbia Street, next tho
Roman Catholic Church. Comprlsei latt*
Frowiug, Dlningt Bed Rooms, and Kitchen; Pou try, Scullery. Bath Room, and
Wash House; ThnentaUed Stable, Hay
Loft. Carriage House.ahd extensive Wood
Sheds, Ac. Plentiful supply of good
Spring Water. Lawn, Flower and Fruit
Gardens; splendid view, heal thy location;
very suitable fora largo fam ily, - '._.<■■
Apply to
d-do2tc HENRY V. EDMONDS.
•yrOTZOE,
NOTICE IB HEREBY *GIVEN THAT
application will be made to the Leg-
Isiatlvo Assembly of tho Provinco of llrltlsh Oolumbia. at Its next session, for nn
Aet incorporating the applicants with
sufficient powers to. enable thom to reclaim certain Ume!.. situate in the District
.of NewWestminster ln the Provinoe of
British Columbla,w)ilch maybe described
as all those tracts of marsh and meadow
land iielii}:Kttl>jectiooverflow,and isolated
portions of upland comprised within the
boundaries of the same, bounded us follow*-, viz.: _
First. ■ Westward! J*, arid-Northwardly by
Pitt River and Luke; Southwardly ty Frn
Her River; and EiiHtwardlyby the main uplands nf Townships (1,12, and 42, of Group
One, New Westminster District.
Second. EastwardlybyHtt River and
Lake, and Westwardly and Northwardly,
by the Coquitlam River ahd the upland
of Townships 88,40, and 41, of Group One,
?In Now Westminster District aforesaid,
and Southwardly by the Fraser River.
And for importing charge* or asac-.*-
ments upon such of tho*ald lands as may
have been granted by the Crown, proportionate to the benefit which tuny ho derived therefrom, to satisfy the cost thereof, upon such terms nnd subject to sueh
conditions us may bo Just and for enabling the applicants to acquire and hold
any such lnnds whether granted by the
crown or not, upon suoh terms and conditions as shall seem Juat.
Dated at NewWestminster the 25th day
of November, 1880.
CORBOULD 4 McCOLL,,      ,
d-deMe Solicitors for Applicants.
AFTER DINNER.
., Persoas who suiter from Indlgwtkm
can nrront tbe progress Ot thst painful
ntnlndy hy tho uso of nn afteralnner
£111, so composed thst It will givo tone
i the stomach, prevent heartburn, rouse
the liver to healthful action, Invigorate
th. kidneys,and thus, through the activity
of these organs, promote the natural
movement of tho stomach and bowels.
( itl*'* Pills ore so compounded thst
their aotion, though mild, effectually pro*
duces tho above results. They also, ln
curing Constipation, remove tlio cause of
lllliousncsB, Uver Complaint", Kidney Dis-
nwa,BhciimntIsm, nml many other wrious
ailments.
AYER'S PILLS
contain no mineral nor poisonous substance, and do not gripe unless the
bowels are irritated, snd oven then their
Influence Is Healing. To continue their
effect In constipated or chronic cases, they
need only be taken in diminishing instead
of Increasing doses.' For seamen, ana In*
habitants or travelers In sparsely settled
countries where physicians are not at
hand, they ard of inestimable value.
There Is hardly a sickness they will Mot
alleviate, and in most cases cure, is. taken
promptly. To young girls just entering
upon womanhood, and to women whose
period of maternity Is drawing to a close,
Ayer's Pills, In moderate doses, merely
sufflclent to ensure regular action of the
howeta, will be fonhd of,'   ,
Incalculable Value.,
FMPARBDBr '■ ■
Dr. J. O. Ayer ts Co, Lowell, Mul.
Sold hy oil Druggists.
Yorick Club
tT-*DEB A c-itmriMR of maA
U ■-•gemwrt, n Qnatlrille Club hns been
organised firthiB City.   "
The Club meets every alternate Tuesday
nnd promises to be a complete success.
Gentlemen wishing to Join are requested to hnnd tn their names ub soon as possible either to Mr. M. WOODS, Sec.: Mr.
A. R. QUEEN; or Mr. GABIOCH, Pres.;
from whom full particulars can be obtained, ^ ,.     .dnoiQinl
Olivet Baptist Church
DEDICATION
Lord's Day, Dec. 12.
SKBMONS BY Ber.'T. CI.Bailer, nt 11
a. m.i lev. W. Bans, M., 1., nt _JJ»
p. m.j Bev, A. B. Basks, at 7 p. in.
Monday Evening, Dec, 13,
A GRAND CONCERT
T>T A VICTORIA CHOIR nnd Others.
TICKETS, tor Concert, Ono Dollar each.
LIFE ASSURANCE.
Canada Life
ASSURANCE   COMPANY.
ESTABLiSf.H'ED  1847
.'!' ill '     *-
Capital k Funds, • *8,000.000
Annmllneome, • 11,40(1,000
THE UNDERSIQNEI) HAVING' BEEN
appointed Agent for the above Com-
Franr Is now prepared to receive applies-
Ion,.,    ,        "l    ";.
Tho BtantliriVahd business of-this Company affonls to those Insured therein
Absolute Security,
Combined with the lowest Bales aad
HUbeatOlvMead. possible.
HENRY V. EDMONDS,
iETO-E-t-TII
oo*Mi°*A-3sr-r-
Capital. $3,000,000;
Paltl, <48,(WO,M0
CatuUUsiIaed • n»0*»
Rates as Low as any, other
Company doing Business'
in British Columbia.; I.. ,
0T Risks promptly taken, and |_os««
satlstsctorily adjusted.
T. R?piAK6dki<-l't)'
doe7lc (B,pjl(.(ty.po,lAGEKT.; I
In the East.
Tf i 2 JI '{• -J
JUST AttRIVED:
THK FIRST,INSTALMBSi'T OV.M&
Mcl'bnden'8 pnreliosea ln the Kant
Iiiih Jui-t arrived. Thin fililpment has
been luirrled tltroush specially fur the
ChrlntmnH nnd holidny trade, and ooiihImIr
ot choice and well Holeoted Ooods, huU-
able for this season of the yonr.
Henvv involees and bills of lading are
Just to lifiml direct from m ami fuel urern,
reflnerN and packers of Goods, now In
trnnslt tu.rnss the continent, nnd when
this lot arrives MePhadcn will curry the
befitn-^orlment of
Staple and Fancy
Groftscles
In tho  Province,   and  sell   at   prices;
never hefore touched In British Coiumbin.
CwlOit     Coal Oil.
A ear load of (he famous high tost i*n»w
Drop CmI •II* direct fmm  Cleveland.
Obio, expected daily.
SUGAR.
SUGAR.
'Ajar *oft'* direct from rertnery of 811-
gmtey Syrups and Molasses  expected on
the Mth.
Just arrived direct from Yokoiinmn, ex
"City of Pekin," a tine lino of Japan, En«*
lish Breakfiist, Vomit; Hyson, Oolong aud
Gunpowder Tens. •.
MTCall nnd oxamliio our Goods before
purchnHlnB your ClirlHtmiw supplies.
D. McPHADEN,
, Importer, Whole-sale ft- Retail Grocer.
NEW WESTMINBTER, fl. C. ;   ddeltc
Clothes Found.
A SIJlTOFCl-OTtoES, IN TIIK IIANTiH
A ,-rfthe polled supposed to liiiye bertx
Btolen' The owner cim lmvo them by
giving description Ut the Police Mn-xis*
irate Kort paying expenses, If not claimed
within one month from dutewill b^sold
topayn-fpciisps. dnoainil
LONG II]
WANT
|f i. lill
$1.25 *-wm*--$l.26
DISTRICT OF
mmmmfmBBsm
Just Receive'd by C. P. B.,
Of EVEMf MdftlPTIOW.
just, astiKt) sy/
Price, $116.
This Map has been produced at
great cost, and gives a vast amount
of information never before available respecting the most important
district in the Hrirance.'...-.   :; -.'■■ ■.
The new Map shows the latest
surveys, the latest roads, the line of
the O. P. RJfrai eitenstons., \) j
BUY A COPY.
PUBLISHED BY
RAl^PBROS,
Seal Estate, Insurance and
Financial Agents,
NEW WESTMINSTER, VANCOUVER
AND VtWORI*.!:-■-
FOh 8AL6 AT i
T. R. Pearson & Co's
NEW WESTMINSTER AND VANCOUVER,   i
 apMto        	
DKA1.KR ts IHPORTKR IN
DryGoods
OLQTSING
CROCEKIES
jtf&i. RKCBlVili-B. DHYflOODS,'
A NEW$TQCK
In all shades anil nateriiil of DKESS
OOODS, invluiling Cashmeres, Merinos,
Silks, Satins, Blaok ami Colored Valve,
teens and Plushes. COTTONS (blesched
and nnbl-aclicd): LTDlNOS, BDTJ
TONS, HOLLANDS, fto. firey, White,
Scarlet and Cli^M Kj.NKKI-. .1, LAV
DIKS GSmpirm^ts\tm,.V'ts^!iiJ
and Kid. Ladies Merino and Lamb
Wool Vests. JER8EV8, till prices.
Hosiery, Muslins, Diaiier Irinh Linen,
Brilliants, *c;, «JC.    ]   |  ', ' , ' \
Men's Clothing!
For Quality, Style, Kit ami Prioe,
enn't be toadied.   __... .^     „. y
MEN'S FORNKItiKQS
In every Line.' Cotton, Merino anil
Wool Underweair,. JVliiteSli-rts,, Cnlf.,
Collars, Gloves, Brace., CardigHii Jack-
ets, tc. Also, Cotton, Merino, Cash*
mere, Unnbs Wooland Knit WXJR8, iu
great variety,   "li
Also, HATS and CAPS, Ladles' and
Gents' RUBBER GOODS, au I UMBRELLAS.
In House Furnishing Goods
Garpet-i. Uugs, Wipilow Pole* witli
Rings and Mountings, Window Holland
(Buff, Green arid Strl-jwd), Dainaxk and
Cretonni's, SIicetiugH, Towels, Wliite
Counterpanes. Bleaelied itnd Unliloaelibd
Table I.incim, NapkiiiH, Tiekinga, Blank-
et* and Arotip-dowu Quite, Table Cloth*
nndCovera..*■*■•■ • ■ i '.■-,■■■■ ■
IN GKOCKKIES
Kverytliing found in a fii-nt-clasn Establishment, and none but the best. Canned
Goodl, Fruits, MeatM ami yeuetables.
1 fl«H,< »ir«r Chcni* 4-/»ittlrt. I iIum'I lin>
lln-mor ki-rpih'-m, imi I ol!>r ymis Ik*
brut Mini nl lhel«wrnl iirirr they nin Im*
RnM nt. antl yuu sel what we rryrrwill,
ilnttjille
mm
IB PREPARED  TO   FURNISH   ALL
kinds ol N.uMMI.1 Work.
Specialties In Scotch Granite ond Ilall.m
^arhle.
Rough nnd Flni Stone lor Bu 11.11 tigs.
Agent lor Hr Iter's onameal.l TUM„   : •'
Work.
"K_fii*iss.cfi-*n>^
____^!___MS&^iii^M <\
:.m.)r
I'   I..
•;.' liim
tin-dli
. Columbia St., New Westmlniter.
i I- iTihese Stoves were; selected by Mr. E.
S. Scoullar? personally,, pd are from the
.celebrated firm of ■Copp^Bros., Hamiltofa;
Onisjirio, which is a guarantee that they
can't be beaten, in quality or cheapness.
_Sp*fj'asthe Stove season is drsriwing to,s,
close, and as we don't intend to carry,any.
Heating Stoves over till next season;we
f-e offering these Stoves at PRIdS NEV,
R, HE^ED OF BEFORE IN THIS
CITYr' * ['AA , tbe; ;whbie stock. A,TOst fee*
clb§ed out *witijL©*U:t?ideiay, it will be to your,
interests'-to comeiueady and secure BAR-
.^Aim-.ini ■.:.:■.'.■.• i ras-j*r  "" ::",;.;,;,.vii
it*.-.I* i1' •■■   i * .'    . I   -.1   ij'. r,   t- ill'! |li>'. IIMr.i ( ll'
We atse carry the largest and best se-
I lect|d stock of Cooking Stoves, Ranges,
finwaiillii Briass Goods, Iron Pipe and fittings in British Columbia, and our Gooda
are offejfd at pricesljlijiia^will defy competition.
Tinsittithingi Plumbing and Steam and
Gas-Fitting- done Ijy first-lass Mechanics.
All Work g^aranteedv   u       !! ■ '-•-'   ■'■ "■''
We keep-a-laiige* assewtment■ of GAS
FIXTURES and CHANDELIERS.
HAVTOQ JUST REOEIVEU OUp NEW
Fall and Winter Stock; we Invito In-'
spoctlon oltheAnost selocllnnol
EaaUsk, BMtela, Ofrnaai Tremek, ■■■
taut ABSHuus   i" .  ■    y ,
SUJTINGSI-®*
■rn    ' .'■■ • . \\ w, ■
fiver shown In New Westminster,   For
a GOOD FIT and iwtlKtlc. etyle we dety .
competition,
dnofflto It)       THOS.WAI.8H.
d\Vfl02?tnJ
coullar$tCo.,
i«bi_f St., New Westminster, B. C,
GLOBE -W OUS El
' ""HAS RFXEIVED, A VERY FINE  STOCK  OF
CONSISTING,OF-
'.l_k,j
Millinery, Dress Coods, Cottons, Sheetings, Tweedy, FlantMn;iM,,m,:
Ladies' and Children's Ulsters, Jackets
""' Tlie Millinery is the tinost and largest Stack on the Muinkiul.  -No
iieml ta go to Victoria. • ii ■'
" -'ORE_%rl^l0^ji-^^a^lrlt~|lI■_^tt^^!■^ sliades for the season^
We call attention to the famous   jJEillpflMl.QtjVf"'"
have at various prices— S7*jC„ 50o„ 62,}o. and 7W.fTWH»Ple*iji
rain <and. even though soaked in so* water or bailed in soda, vill still
retain the ^IfilNAJ. .QOLQft,,, ,,,,{! .gJU»jMfli|2   Q^Ai
vith Ties, Bra
•^H-lie OBNISi DEPARTMENT iswell mpplied WithTfjeSs Bl
■es, Shirts. 8ocks, &c.t '•*•<■ •* ",'11*' ■*•*'■ ^NWiiiMi'ato.
flen'sHite,4;c.': !L*iffl  -»'T~ ml"
c
Men'
jT
dm' .j'.j
itt-iHW
1 III III
"VttxA. *-E3-A_-E.
n & ll li OWt^^lT*it!™t?^T^mi
__-_
CMP-M.
•QftiniM ,9jBia3
THE UNDERSIGNED*HAS
—TO BE BOM)-
At Cost and Below!
ii FOR THE NEXT NINETY gtsVVfl g   Q ft
Hum Boots, #6.50,emM for »».0fl.
Kiinally low prices on nil oilier Rublicr OooJs.   These <3m(1s are al American
,     mnimfRctiire. .   "• .'.,.„       ,     9    iMsntwiWitWi
Men's Boots, 91.50, sell for e«MMi.
l-,»die»9 French Kids. SO, sell for 14.50
The™ Hoods must Ifc i\is|nr.«il ot ijarinailie next S months.   11 yoi want sny.
tiling in my line cilll o'ify aiul {et J**HMMsi and yen* will make by si doing.  ;
Assoitnent E"aclE»l£ii-. O-Iovm. ,;.
JAS.  ROUSSEAU.
for cash oarx.***.
GUNSMITHS.
■JJ.'I'   ./'.
ini'X   nil
-.iit ,.(8*
aV   tstiim, ibsil
■  '■   ,.-   ui
i   Iur -j ,,tl;
'lut tlxil
' .li    tfmiswu
GUNS RIFLES,
i„.Tra<*»+—■'■'      . -J"! IO c)   hijilii
,IlE¥OiLVE_RS   -
Of All UeHrrmtlaat.    .bho*      I  :■   u
POWDER AND SHOT
'■*'"' I ;       '.    . (ALT, KINDS).
CARTRID«ES,SHEU8an,.
" ■•="' RELOADING TOOLS.
SPECIAL   PRICES   FOR   URGE *
QUANTITIES OF AMMUNITION.
sar All Moll enter, will lie «ent .VO.!..
We are lirrpsr.il lo ll. all M.lU »f On»   •
Wark nil «o>lliln« in Ike nrehaalral    ■
ll.e.   All wark (nnniHrnl. UriMlmua-    >
xle or liroeeli-lomllnx) in lei by tke ilny or
week.  Also, Baals for klre.
C0BKER CHimeB,6 COLUMBIA STS.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Tke Kew liaa sure. ilnuac     '
PACIFIC
New Westminster, Bi 0.:
REID &
lum
I"",
...I'.'j
mUWFMttl.MU& 11
FariiiWagonB,
'in;l Expres« Wagons,  - in
_   ..      lo. tri-tCL ".':   ul        ..i*<niil  -jL.jh
Delivery Wagons,   ; -,,..,„._[.,
..1 .-•.,-. ;;;;,'; .Tfia-mate^ v""itt"
MUi If.        i"U'> '•' _i-HJ-T-' i-r.:   "-"S-tMii"!
Top Buggies,!        >>»
Dog Oarts.'
6 wq7.0li imiuMiiiJiveir
Dump Carts,
Drays,,
iiiand Eyii_iwmiHfli,LiW.irT»Bj.i.i
y-a.;ow_*4j-|!,J;,lj ..,
We lijvo a largo stock ol   mnat <il
itf above artiolei
_.ook of Wagon , «...,...e-.
Wheels, Wood anil. Ifnrdwsrc.
articles on hand, also, a large .
stook of Wagon anil Ciirriage Materi-1,
.,[ ,"U
KepalrlBi, Painting I Trlm«lnj
done at reasonable prices.
In all its Branches. i ,.!   ;;>lr   I ,J,
Bstlafctes  given' ou Ironwork, iuh!
Contracts tskaa.    Agrioaltunl Imph,
KtetmfP"	
Cainpiand Fi
made to onler.
( iibV'ii h'>
ffl»«- j
Winers, kept In stocknnd
li     "'     ■■?«., .I.J.I,-.! . I -.
omit and Genehrt
.,^w"^ii:
Wii also keep .Iii stock to supply Ure
ade, Iron, Steel, Chains, Cumbarlaad
qal, Horso and Ox Shoos,  Haiflo*vs,
trade,
Coal,   uiinsi     :iu   u> cu
Inn and Steel Harrow Teeth;;
Sprints and Axles, uid a complete stock
of Carriage Kuril wure.  ,,[. ;,,  ,-;,_,; u,:-j
•\Wrtles rwiuiring anytWng.ln oar linn.,,
will Snd by inspecting, oar, stock, that
»W,don't require to go V* VI|iterlaTto1
, it thev waiit, for 'tiiey ikngela "'
superior article at  a roasoasbla'prlc.
hore.        ....;  t: :   , ,,; ., ,|   ,j'<
We are also nuuiufaoturing awl sdliiif   ,
thacelsbraUd, .,'. ... |,j     |( ,',     .jr     j.
TICTOB. HAI tKMtJ. TUM^i ",'■■ ■„.
At reduced prices.   It Is th. heal and
cheapest Press in tk. market    .it H'Dhil
sv-Wo have sot tlie best workmen toll.
tS-^tJPftt o**srlriilii"?ineiiiaWr|)ir,(;   ,
ehsArfs that w. could not have dime some
tlme.fn. All muterlal anil work leavina
at rm
rrl lull
so-, ll,
oiU't
■,rr
''.' |l
reprsa.nl....	
l_l*)inptlyatl»»d«»'o.i...   .     ,„„i r
dwoelml M', RHD&OURHW.   >u>. THE  DAILY  COLUMBIAN
IIITISH ClUHIIA tTATIOHHY AND PlINTIMO CO.
AttheCompnny'HHteam printing Establishment, Columbia Bt,
silvered lu the City daily.
ifalle.1 dally, «ue year
,25c. per week
.410.00
Traffic CrauNp Novr_mee7—0. P.
.B. tnrfSc. .through this oity during tho
wnthi of November was aa follows:
Tflitough freight received, 080 tons,
valued at $14,5%; freight forwarded
and ahippefl tronhtlife ci&, 1,0$ tons-,
valued at $10,910$ tioket* sold, #1,736;
total, $32,342.   It will be seen that
trailed daily; \__t_-mtSnZ^^:i^: 5.50   the balance te on tho right side, the ex:
-"UlflTfl  jliaMfl IrtPP™ wMidpraWy exceeding theiw-
ADVllTlliNQ fi^W tO KUfe Wil [torts.   A large item in tho former is
TnMlc*IA«v«rA«mntih-Ffntlnur- lumber shipped from this city, the re-
ion, 10 et». per line wit Id nonpareil; eaoh    ._._:__.._.___ f!C_ _i.j,a   _,"'/_ j
nbsequetit eonsuentlve Insertion, Sets, per
ine.   Advertisements not Inserted every
ay, 10 ota. per line ench Insertion.
Steading AdrerllKeuieat n, — Regular
lusint-Nt. or rlofiinioujU.A^VfftUftin'f'Rta
'III lie roelvjl wO>ill6«l^»KiT&d>1
2per montli; 2 lux. S3; Wcoj. |5.80; K col.
#.75; 1 col. 116.   U Inserted for lens than 3
not-. 10 per cent, will be added,
ftfMvlal Nrtlre* among rending matter,
) cts. per line ench insertion.- - Hpeelnls
iilllng attention to advertisements, lOets,
er line.
Births, Man-Inge* nnd OcnthMl for eneli
isertlon; Funeral :NoMwn In connection
1th deaths,^ c'u^aiiViTnsortlSi"
AttNUB Sales, when iliKplnycd,chiirgcd
i per cent, less thai) trnnslcnt advts,  If
illtl, oharged nt regular transient rates.
the'Weekly Columbian'
Imtned every Wedurhday Mara Inc.
ellvered 111 the City, per year. -.&00
lulled, por year .u..i»«.ki.t;x;.Yff
tailed, 8 months t.f^J^JeMJ.-m
f WKKLV ADVERTISING 1ATE8.
'raiiKletitA4Tfrtlw«Hl|.-FirjitiMfh
iqiientlnHmlton^etff perllne; "^ *
KlaadlB*| AdvertlMweHls.-For 1 Inch,
i50permonth; 2 Ins.91 perm.; Sinn, ftm
irm.; 1 eol. $12.75 per in.   If Inserted for .
ss than 3 mos. 10 per cont. will bendddd .
iflme rates. f^T
ipeclal notices among reading matter,
its. per line eaoh insertion,   -
'■mts must be nll metal,and for large ewtp
.. extra rate will be clmtktfiL j-NjtT*-*M.
sertod In either lisne /orRfettiiHi ♦?>'
gi wlm
Columbinn
JHondajr Cvenlos, Deetuker S. ISSU.
[The Reliance arrived tMstJU^-o-l-t
bin Yale. ^^
[The Rithet made the run from Vio-
ria to-day inThoug^fjixCTgl,
Over thirty passengers came in on
l-day's through train.
The Victtmisjeaniet Jei_y*f*to-inor-
iwinorning-M*o'cl|
[Juat received at Prothero'a furniture
ore, a fine assortment of children's
jiairs, &c. 3e8Sl
'For Sale—Hotel doing a good paying
istness; oheop. Apply kl Woods,
irner A Gamble. jyi4to
The Princess Louise did nM rest*
prt Moody till lata yesterday after-
ion, having been detained by log. "'
"There waa a land slide, in a small
lyon the railway track'iii "front of
e penitentiary grounds un Saturday
i-ht. 	
Tw» of our young men recently collided that it waa not good to lw
Ine. A little bird whispers, "more
follow."
pafflS
' of '.PUriS*8*i 0©iftf "wWc
rranteed. Leave, orders at T. R.
uson & Go's. dno24tc
*he snsgboat Samson crime up from
mouth of the river fis^ilrday night
went down agairt to-day. Capt.-
nt rr.pn.ts aork aa progressing fa-
ably.
efore deciding en the plan of your
'house look over the latest avchitec-
il designs at Mr. Hill's office, McKeo-
it., and combine economy with utility
' beauty. *.- A ft -J i11; d^Jijfel.Iti ;'
i adilition to our new stock ef spring
Is we .have opened an invoice of
jonals, West of England Brasdoloths
French* Oassimeres. — Walsh's
lokino EnroRiHH. . u., dsaJdOic i
«dy Colin Campbelli-W^olf f
ig Lord Colin Campbell for abso-
n the lTCgMriilf di-uptlHr^-
aWoodhull and the noted Col.
od, lato apoitles offtee lovelsKiln
erica. i ,u ..••iiihHM_Ji.j niMc
lie case British Columbia vs. Can-
r, in which the matter in dispute is
I possession of the precious metals
the railway belt in this province,
ite up before tho supremer court at
:awa on the 20th ult. Judgment
iMservedjg r)3n*iii-.A ;>IiJ noil^ii
'urge out th. lurking distemper that
[ermines .herith-nnd the .^owatitntioi,.
vigor wil. returo. Those who suffer
n au enfeebled and dIsoidAml3t-.lfe'
lie system, should take Ayer's Sarsa-
ilia to cleanse the blood, and restore
'"'J*- '.- - smilJII-iiH l«l s*iw
'he  following lottors are detained
postage at the post-office in this
rod McfJblmnt, CnimwilllCT.', Mn
O. Westerberg, Brooklyn, N. Y.j
liel Hughes,  Queeidon, - Queens-
1;  the governor-general, Fiji Is-
*»• .ewixoan i
'esterday was a day to be reiuem-
*** > ^jitamifll^llWllMfij!-
i sky waa cloudless, save the deli-
i traces of a lace-like cloud here
there to relieve the eye, THer-
neter 63 in the shade, the side-
ks crtrW-*M».*»hipil_it_Ha: in
day attire, and many pleasure boats
liming the placid fsMf nf. |1|.
it. To-day we received fimn Mayor
;er about our sanctum.
*
mainder being chiefly made up of goods
fiom Victoria.
• »♦. —i—
Obitvakv.—At  Meaford, Ontario,
"f onffOst. 4th inst., surrounded bythe
loving meiuoerl of.a;large family, tefi-
dent in Ontario, peacefully passed
away Isabella,-wife of kUx. Milne,
Senr., and mother of A. R. Milne, of
H. M. Customs, and Dr. O. L. Milne;
of this city, nnd J. p. Milne qf New
Westminster. The deceased lady waa
widely known for her kindness of heart
and highly esteemed, by a large circle
I of sorrowing relatives and friends. She'
'lid-.a-ttinod more years tlian the allotted threo score and ten, being in
her 74th year.— Colonist.        ;,   :-
n ,»,*»«	
(y FA8TER.S.--A despatch from London, Eng., dated the 3rd inst., says:
Merlatta, wlm has now fasted 39 days,
fell to-day from 'extreme weakness.
The committee of physicians, whioh
has been attending upon him during
his low* fast, advised hun to terminate
tt«-li-hSwMc_iW-«ni_cd'todo. The
physicians thereupon declined to take
further responsibility in the matter,
but will remain with the faster in case
professional services are needed; Bieei
has undertaken a fast bf 30 days for a
purse of $2,000. ■ He remains cheerful and does, not seepi much weakor.
He proposes during his fust to walk
Versailles and back, a distance of 20
milefl.)4-      '.    ' \,'^
^■Trf* fc.P.R. Exjteksion Cas*.—The
evidence in the railway liaBe, Canadian
Pacific Railway appelant, C. O, Major
respondent, which came up bofore the.
supreme court at* Ottawa a few daya
ago, has been received in this oity,
From a remark made by Mr. Justice
Henry during the hearing it seems that
his opinion, is against .the company's
plea, and Out' btfer partioa who have
obtained injlniotipia'!infer that the decision of the aupreind-cburt of Canada
will confirm that of the supreme court
of Britisli. Columbia. Mr. Justice
Heni'y remarked: "If a railway corn-
deceives a charter to build a road' of 30'
miles in length, does tliat authorize it
to build ono two or' three hundred
miles? Cortaiuly not. .The Canadian
Pacific railway company have power to
build their branch, but they cannot
build extensions,''
 -*l*-+-—	
Tklephosb Communication.— For
some reason or other the provinoial
[ government oflices aud court rooms in
. Ihisj'clty rWiain- without telephone
communication,* Which, in these days,
is a real inconvenience, worth complaining abont, The public find the
^telephone necessary in tho transaction'
| of , business with one another, and,
therefore, for nubile' accommodation,
if for no other renson, there shuuld be
telephone connection with the government offices..-.The same could be said
u'f tlie police court and" counoil chambers, and considering the assistance
 /.      ..-<-H_B_.llH.iri.,
aa the* safe, pleasant, and effectual
hi killer, Mother Graves' Worm Ex-
linator; uotlllng equals it. Procure
lltle aud take it home.
IPOKTKD SlABMNO^tHill «U»)rt»d
j a Chinaman attacked a whito man
OMMOKI
to atatl
i the field
in flu-*'
WTUAOT Siojtip.'—Capt..Imi|g, on
If of tho C. P. N. Co., lias signed .
utroet Wl, MMM.ii mXs f
if Sah Francisco for the couatruo-
nf a - stool screw stoaRH-r «f 1,000
register, with a aneod of about
^mtmrmsB
cost 1200,000.
 -. ^1'aHU'fl-    Ailli.'.U.l
full line Of Canadian Hymnals lust,
vMit^R*.8r%^-w-V
-•l*ich,the telephone gives in the Iran
Wfjjifll' of busineu, it; is a wonder
these places'have not "'men supplied
with this convenience before now.
The lelophunB Is certainly one of' the
■Uosf>M«eful and profitable adjuncts
ltUlM> be secured by business ineti.
A few who have a desire to be as much
as possible fixtures lo their 'seats ob
ject to it because of a fear that they,
might be disturbed for trivial mailers.
Experience, however, overrules thn
objection, as it is found that people'
hkve' sfiinetliing else lo do besides eler.
■ally ringing the telephone,
to visit SootlaiW; and knowing the excel-
leut qualities of Dr. Thomas' Eclectrie
Oil, .concluded to lake some with him,
nt' W result has been very astoaish
int..   We may sjKltfiktiIn sevsval iastan
«ds it has elfecfia "olrse Wisb aUnenU
adttlft proueiintod hwurabl. liyemi.,
ftaa*.t practitioners.
iS^OTtfwjijsi
Work on the rail aay wharf will be
commenced to-morrow,
Railway work has  made a wonder
I ful MMbvement on the  western por.
The piles for an engine house sixty
three loot in length aro being driven
in tbe swsmp,' Tht walla of the baild-
'imr-tlll be briok vomer. Three side
tracks are laid d»n near the., turn
table and -jt'gl'M house,  f.    .;'
ll BJJIffj.    *W,^»i'
Mr. E. A. Vfwlliaiiis and daughter
came up on tlie Ritnet.        'T
Dr. Kent, of Ladner's, camo up to
.the oity!on to-day's steamer.
Mr. J. B. Henderson, ia .over from
Vancouver to-«-^^'V51', y,<*I jjf
Atst. Supt. Dewnle; 'of the C.P. It.,
cipii| over froin Port M.iody to-day.
M-, fl. ,11. Co'r!«'uM(Oo.l>o-.lf
McC.ill)returaedhr
visit 10 the east.
Messrs.   Majnard  Cowan, H.  0,
Walker, and T. U _**vis were anionf
the arrivals froni; Victoria to-day.
Mr. Gen. Ciniper loft by yesterday'.
,1m Nortii Arm yeslerday^liCM^glayi.lU Liverpool to vi.it his Irirnds.
severely with a knife.   Officer | Hr«fll'rli-- '   ' * '
Irooiii haa gone down to arrest the
ider. 	
author-
lii'Chisholin
a candidate for the
l0'oF«fiu.lf-'''»'
id   vacant *y»lJ*-*«ul_f "iff'***'
lamented, representative, Mr. Ho-
dwooilStc
*0£i*BOTO_RS"
—OF—
New Westminster District.
GENTLEMEN.—Ah a successor to your
late representative In the Commons will
soon have to be electeil, I hereby announce'myself a candidate for the position.    > ■
I purpose publlshtug an adUross In
which I will givo my views on the most
.important questions nlTe.tliiK your Interests, and will visit the different settlements and address the electors before
election day, '     "
In Politics, Jam tlnittelll bethououok-
I.V INnKPENUKNT.
Yours respectfully.
dwoo_5to T. J. TBAPP.
--•si-.,m .. l--,- _..
Fiair Relief, Ultimatelv a CeieB.—
Thost are the successive effects of one
of the most deservedly popular remedies
iu the Dominion, Northrop A Lyman's
Vegetable Discovery and Dyspeptic Cure,
which reforms an irregular condition of
the bowels, and liver, Invigorates the
stomach, renews - digestion, and changes
the current of the blood from a sluggish
and turbid info a pure, rapid, and fertilising stream.
Canadian News
Ottawa, Deo. 4.—Application will
be made at the coming session for the
incorporation of the Golden Cily and
'Kootenay Railway Co. They propose
to build a line from Golden City, Columbia river, to tho head of Columbia
lake, thence down Kootenay river to
St. Mary's and Cranrook.
In an interview Snnford Fleming
gsve the route of the new independent
oable and land telegraph systom,which
ia to connect Australia with Europe
via Canada. The length of the aysleni
will be 15,000 miles. All governments
interested are considering Ilie project.
.' Dr. Bell, of. the geological survoy,
states that during his ex|>|.<r»li,i'is
north uf Lake Superior Isst summer
he discovered valuable and extensive
iron deposits of first-rate quality.
Collingwood Schreiber reports I raffle
on the Intercolonial railway never
more brisk. '
Touonto, iSus.. 4.—Cables to the
Mail say it ia believed the new line of
steamers will., shortly be established
between Britiih Columbia and Australia.
A quantity of specimens from the
Sudbury copper mine, have been examined in London, Eng., and deolared
satisfactory.
The following locnl nominations
took place to-day: Nortii Waterloo,
E. B. 8lyder, libernl; South Wellington, Char. Ravuiund, conservative;
Centre': Simcoe, Wm. Haivcy, conservative.
Hon. Wm.; MoDotigHtl's name is
mentioned in ciilineclirll Willi the representation ol West 'Peterborough in
thu house of commons.
1 'Lonuon, Dee. 4,-Oyer 1,000 men
will be disfranchised at tbu elections
for the local bouse. Judge Elliott, in
reply to a deputation of citizens yes-
trt-dayVkref\||ed In lurid, the .court earlier tban filed or do rmj tiling to forward tho final ri,isi ll nl lhe voters'
lUt.    ;'      '  ;
Hamiitoh, Dec. 4.—The. man
killed in Thursday's railway accident
hare Men identified as Thomas Anderson and Arthur Ncabitl, of Waler-
dqwp, Ont    I •
Woodstock, Dec. 4.—Henry Par kor
died auddenly yesterday. Be has been
mayor uf Woodstock several times,mid
warden of Oxford county.
Montreal, Dec. 4.—Canadian Paoifio railway reports for week ending
Nov. SOth show an increase "f $03,-
OOP, and lha Grand Trunk railway reports for the week ending Nov. 27th
an increase of (20,000 orer the same
period last year.
Mr. T. C. Berchard, public school
[.teacher, Norland, .writes: "During the
fall of 18811 was muoh troubled with
Biliousness and Dyspepsia, and part of
the time waa unable to attend to the
duties of my profession. Northrop Ik
Lyman's Vegetable Discovery and Dyspeptic Cure Waa' recommended to me,
and I have rajch pleasure iu stating that
I wu entirely cuied by using oue bottlo.
I have not had an attack of my old complaint since, and have gained fifteen
pounds in weight.." .: .1
turn in abuut three mum lis.
Mr 3. B. Kennedy, uf the Bruneit*
Saw Mill Co., Mt' for Vancouver ibis
morning, aniwt understand will tnke
a trip lo Ottawa lull week. ,«
Rev. Thos'.-; Hnildim, of the Reformed, Epiicirpal church, returned.
froiiifrii) Eastyeslwday,.  Dur'ng liis.
of Canada anil the -eastern states, end
succeeded in raising $500 towards
building a parsonage.
.'.'TIM following were registered at the
Cii|i'UJ|il to-day: A'. A. Kennedy,
Winnipeg; W. It, Megaw. Kawloops;
4(H). TV't, Carleton Place: W,*H.
Estes, Mass.;' W. E McCnrtiiey.Xam.
loops; J. Room-)', O. P. R ; Hy Ar-
kidj,, Vancouver; Thus.  M.mt_ ery,
V**icou«ori E.'Hnl.Ucnoii, Lidnuri;
T. S. Townseuil, h Pnn'Ud; st B.
Webster, Port Hammond; J. Calder-
wood, Victoria; Wm. D.rwnic, Port
Mi^, H. 0. Blueketl, Langley.
'a^M^e**tsi*ei*me ---fiu^H^'i'aTt*!-?!^.*^^ J? *ag» iimi
myli
Tliis Afternoon's Despatches.
Chicago-*.Dec. 5.—A Times, Ottawa,
special says: Speaking of the proposed
Pacific Cable scheme, Sandford Fleming, the enthusiastic projector, in an
interview said:   "The object of  the
StupanV having- the loatttr in lund is
establish Ulegrapfcic communication
between Austauia, New Zealand, Canada and Great Britain by means of a
lino perfectly independent uf existing
lines und free of foreign influences.' It
if believed that this can be secured by
establishing a chain of cables across
the Pacific Ocean fmii-jjltmb-uie or
Sydney to the north of New Zealand,
toence viii Fiii Isivm.s. Fanning Is-
lanji and -Sandwich Islands to Barclay
Sdtmd, Vancouver Island, theuce
across jbo the new city of Vancouver
on tlie mainland, the tenniuusof tho
Canadian Pacific railway. Then ttie
Una .across would follow the Canadian
Pacific railway us funis it goes, and be
extended possibly to Gaspe iu tho
province of Quebec. From Gaspe tho
new esiple would be laid through thu
finite of Belle lslu to the United
KinA)om unless it vm fuund practicable Ifl secure control of one of tlie existing lines acroBH the Atlantic.
' Dim-UN, fiec.' B,—Tlio liiiiglih irtoet-
,ing wWch was announced to be hold
to-tUy on tho HillKeashatBallyiiSoiv,
and Wlijch was proclaimiHl liy the gov*
erpineiif, did1 »K>t  tivke  place.   The
,ilA goyernmont was hoaxed.
.' IiQHDon, Deo. «,---Lettura marked
"per Unibrirt" were taken alongside
the, steamer at Livery yestorday, but
were not aOoeptod. Tlivy wow. sent to
Qiieertttown via. Holyhead tube forwarded by the Alaska. TIteCunard
■Co. will pnilmbly be jmmyouted. The
llttcn tilled 3 bags. The penalty fm-
a refusal to carry mail is 200 pounds.
NA^liHViUB.Quo., )he,«. - Tlio Hn*
mnn Catholic church ticru was burned
tonight. The iiresbytery and convent
nearby also tonic tire <•' d tit l;&) i\,u\,
tlie w«lls of the cuuvinit-ft 11 \\\ ai(d the
I '■Wesbytetfy wWl*»wn l»*trrfteap*of-ruiiM. ■
The inhabitants of the town are in tlie
greatest excitement. Thc loss will
probably be about $50,000.
Cokk, Dec. 5. (iriiduight)--There
was serious rioting this evening nnd a
number of policemen ami citizens were
injured, tho Utter by bayonet thrusts.
The city is now quiet.
San Francisco, Doc. 6 — It. Duns-
more & Co. Htock-broker-j. 228£Mont-
gomeiy st. assigned this morning to
Edwin Wood for the benefit of their
creditors.
Boston, Doc. C—Harvard college
gets nearly five hundred thousand dollars by tlio death on Saturday of E.
Price Greenleaf, an eccentric miser
who han lived almost a century. Ho
was a typical miser, with hundreds of
thousands of dollai-s behind the walls
of the Safe Deposit company. He denied himsolf of nearly ull privileges
aud most of the necessaries of life. He
had a groat desire to bo immortalized
by Harvard. ■
St. Johnh, N.If., Dec. 0. — The
schooner Edith, from St. Pierre for
England, was lost on Sunday on a reef
near Miquelon Island All the crew
numbering thirteen persons perished.
The vessel wns loaded with provisions
for tho winter supply of Mhjuelon.
Dovku, N.H., Deo. «.—L. R. Her-
son and sons' tannery at South Berwick, Maine, was burned this morning.
Loss estimated at from 75 to 100,000
dollars. tm
Paris, Dec. 6;— La Poix says it is
semi-officially announced that Floquet
is willing aud ready to form the ministry. Tho same paper publishes a list
of the probable ministers olf the new
cabinet.
Jersey City, Dec. 0. -Thomas H.
Hatty, who blew out the gas in Taylor's hetel Friday night, died this
morning. He was a large cattle raiser
in Winnemnca, Nevada, to which place
he went many yean ago, liavihg come
from England. 'Harry was en route to
England to visit his friends at the time
of his death.
London, Dec. (i.—The Earl of Ab-
erdeon has consented to act its president uf tho new liome rule league,
whicli is an am alga mul inn of existing
leagues in England. L-rd Snencer
and Lord Ripon nre members of the
league. '
Parih, Dec. 6.—Various prmips of
the left held meetings to-day,, und the
proceedings gave evidence of a tendency to sustain the cabinet party.
President Grevy will take no action
in connection with the cabinet crisis
until alter the funeral of Gen. Pettic,
which takes place oh Friday.
Philadelphia, Dec. 5.—Tho Jtec-
ord to morrow.will say: *' Following
close upon the heels of the announcement that O'Di-uovan Rossa had been
deposed from the leadership of the
extreme Irishmen in New York c iuuh
a rumor, seemingly well founded, thut
he has formed au alliance with Fenians
in Philadelphia who have been cut off
from the parent body. It has been
learned that a socret meoting was held
id thia city on Thanksgiving day fur
the purpose of perfecting toe organization of the new body. There wore
present at the meeting about 25 delegates, each of whom claimed to < represent a division. After a lengthy debate it was found to be impossible to
unite upon s chief wlju should be a
ruling spirit. Finally it was decided
to take from tho outside one whom it
was thought could unite tho factions
and who could at the same time fully
represent thc ideas of thu uew government. It was -stated that O'Donovan
RiBsa had severed his connection as
chief of the extremists in New; York',
and the expediency of calling him io
this position was received favorably by
about three-fourths uf tho delegates.
A portion df the revised programme
includes secret intrigues in the Canadian government to the ond that the
people of Canada may become discontented and throw off England's authority altogether. If it is shown
that this liis a probability of success,
emissaries sre to be sent to Australia
with the same purpose in view.
Have you tried Holloway's Corn Cure I-
It has no equal for removing tliese troublesome excresccuses, aa many have testified who have tried it
From Pole to Pole
Arsn's Bassapaulu baa demonitnlt-d Its
power of euro for iH dlaeo-Kiof tho Wood. *
The HarpooMr's Story.  -
yme Bedford, June 2, J88S. '
DB. 3, C. Ayxb k Co.—Twenty yean igo I
wu a harpooner la tlie North FiclAc. wben tire
others ofthe crew and myself wero laid np with
over iii, una our urewa Bceioea rotien. TIKSH
by and large we were pretty badly off. All onr
_ln._f-ju.co was accidentally deatroyed, bnt the
captain bad ■ couple doien bottles of Atir's
Babsapabilla and gave ua that. Wt recovered on It quicker than I bavo ever teen men
bnaafaesboatbyanyotbertreatiiMBtforBcurry,
and Fro aeen a good deal of it. Seeing no mention tn yonr Almanac of your SawapanUa being
good for scurvy, I thought you ought to know of
ule, and ao send you tne fluts.
Reapt-ctfully yonra,   Rait* T. Wikoati.
The Treeper't Experience.
Jfaivtn, SaiutotaniiS. Africa,) Jforcft7,188$.
Da. J. O. ATlB fe CO.—GwUcmen: I hur*
much pleuure to teeUiV to tht great value of
your flaraaparllla. Wt bave been ttaUontt
hero for over two years, during which Ume we
bad to live In tente. Being under fanvaa Air
auoh a Ume brought on what Is called In thia
country "veldt-sores." I bad tbose aorea for
some time. I was advised to tako yonr Bar«-
pwllla. two bottles of which sude my Sores
Oliappear rapidly, and I am now quits well.
^Touretrufy, T.K.BoM»,
Trooper, Capo Momettd Riflemen.
Ayer's Sarsaparilla
1% the only thoroughly effective blood-purifier,
the only medicino that eradicates the polaona of
Scrofula, Mercury, and Contagious Disease
from tho eyitera.
FBSFABID BT
Dr. J. O. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Maaa.
r-MHUMint.
Per H F llithet, from Victoria, Deo 6th-
Mn Jordan, Mr and Mm hh Inner, Mix*
Wadbainti. B A Wadhams, H 6 Walker.
Davin, Tnttle, ttev Crouclier, Moresby and
prisoner, Dr Kent, U Cowan;
Psr Reliance, from up river, Dec. ilth-
MlBS Vawy, Misa WosL OK AftliwolL W
MoTynee. F Kipp, -1 T WllklusonJDW
Miller, WMcUint, WH Ladner. AWood,
C Frankie, Melnnls, H H Burr, A McKee,
(-Hawk Inn, iiml Kcvsral others,
James Cullen, Pool's Island, N. F.,
writes: "I have beeu watching the pro-
gieai of IM IIioduh'Ecleotric Oil since
Ua iatroduutloti to this place, and with
much plu:i»iii*i! -hate that my asttoips*
tiuns of its sucucss have been fully realized, it having cured ink of bronchitis
ai'd Mrtieiii-Ni of nuae; while not a few of
my -rhematie neighbors'-(oiie old Ishly in
particular) prenuimce it to be the best
article nf it** kind that has ever been
hroi-uht bi:fi-i-o the public. Your medi-
utneuoea not tet|Uire any longer a sdoii-
sor, hut if you wish hie kMfetwlaueo, i
sh;ill he only too happy to have my name
connected with your prosperous child."
The Great French Remedy, Dr. Le.
Due's Periodical Pills. Tliese Pills are
compounded from the purest drags, and
from those only which are known to act
upon tlie Qtneratin Onjatm tn Females,
They aro first enclosed in an air-tight
i-iip-mlc, ami by this means made to retain their full strength for years in any
climate. Ask us for private circular.
A. M.-Hkiiiiis'-i & D. S. Obtw&Co.,
New \VcBtuiinnt4-r; T. MuNeeley, Lad-
tier's undttut H. McDowell A Co., Vancouver: Piialmry «t Co., Nanaimo; T.
Piokard, Dumnan Island) A, R. Johuson
ft Co.. (.huiimiinu; R. 11. Riohanlaon
Cowichan; W. E. McCartney ft Bnv,
Vancouver and Kandoopsf Hastings Snw
Mill Co., Vancouver; The Vancouver
Drug Co., Vnncouver; J. 11, Lovclt, Yale*
W. R. Megtffr, Triest Valley; II. Ctnrk
ft Co.- Kamloops; Lanolkv ft Co.,
wlulei-alo atfeuts, Victoria.    dwse28yi
The Confederation Lift.
The annual report of this solidly prosperous Canadian institution will be found
In another column. The facts revealed
in the accounts and the Directors' report
thoroughly justify the ecomiums which
the shareholders present bestowed upon
tbe management. Thanks to the resolute
manner in which tlie Company has de*
dined to embark upon extravagant
methods of procuring business, the working expenses of the oompany bear to tho
total income the very small ratio of between 17 and 18 por cent. A point attesting the soundness of the finances of
the Company is the fact that the interest
income ts sufficient to pay the death
claims- -wliich in a company of the age of
the Confederation life is something to bs
proud of. The ass ts and liabilities art
set forth in minute detail, and the tables
show that, af fer making allowance for all
possible contingencies and providing for
every debt, thero is a surplus of $282,190
over liabilities and capital combined.
The increase in the assets In the lost year
was $260,300. So much for what can be
done by rigid adherence to what the
President defined as the true policy of
tho Company, viz:—"To keep its balance
sheet right and avoid unnecessary, unwise, Or extravagant expenditure for. thc
Bake merely of increasing new business."
-^Toronto Olobc. T. R. Pearson ft Co.
aro agents for this. company in British
Coiumbin.    _ rnlOtc
/White Bronze Monuments. — White
Bronze is a comparatively new substance,
and has come Into large use, rapidly, for
special purposes In this country. It has
lieen found to be so well adapted for statuary and monuments, that companies
have been for. some time established at
Bridgeport, Conn.. Detroit, Mich., Des
Moines, Iowa, and St. Thomas, Canada,
who are making monuments of all kinds
and styles. From experiments made by
these companies, it has bean found that
the mat*« ial will stand exposure for an
indefinite period*—it is practically indestructible White Bronze being non-
corrosive and unchangeable, it is 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 sine, and are
given their sparkling appearance by the
sand blast, sand being blown against the
work under a high pressure of' steam,
whicli outs the surface, but does not ad*
here to it. A thin 61m of oxide which
forms on this bronze is indistructible bv
the elements-j it cannot bs dissolved by
water, and air cannot penetrate it, although the film is so thin as to be immeasurable. No corrosion, it is affirmed,
can take place.—/fon/OB Journal of Commerce. Chas. J. Robsou, New Westminster, is ageut for the Wliite Bronse
Monuments in British Columbia. Much
cheaper and mors durable than auy
other' myStc
§•__-. PAUL'S CHVRCH. Services every Sunday at 11 a. h. and 7 p. m. In
e Churoh, Bt John street, below Royal
avenue. Seats free, all are cordially invited.  Sunday School at 2.30 P. M.
MBTHODIST CHVRCH, Hary St.
Rev. O. Watson, Patitor. Services at
m. and 7 p. m. Sunday School and
Bible Olass 2:30 p. m. Prayer Mooting on
Thursdays atSp.m.' Seats free;strsn—
cor-dlallylnvlttd. ' V-
TJAPTIST CHVRCH, Rev. Robt. Len-
;|> ule |)UHtur; meets In the Court Iiouse.
Services at 11 a.m. and 7p.m. Sabbath
School and Bible Class at 190 p.m. Prayer Meeting Thursday evening at 8 o'cloek.
Strangers eonlliilly fnvlted, aplHtc
jt      UNION LODGE No, V, A. F.
•Ks/Vftr * A. M.-Tbe regular Com-
7V_^ muni wit-ions of thia Lodge are
/ ▼ \ held on the first Monday In each
month. Sojourning brethren are cordially Invited to attend 1fB. WILSON,
■"-***" * Secretary.
D. B. PROPHET,
Contractor and l
Builder.
Jobblnuof all kinds promptly attended
to. -.Estimates furnished on tha shortest
■ttotfca.   Address:-McKKKKfBBT.,Uextto
Canadian 1'nslter and Hymnal, with
tunes (fur Presbyterian Church), at T,
U. i .FmmHi A Go\ Now Westminster
and UriuiviUc. *
Moi-tgH(ie», Deeds, Lenses, Agree
metit*. of Sale, and hluuk forms of oil
kinds, at 'I1. It. Penrson A Co's. ■
Koauiifnl photographic punnrnmiu
view* In British Columbia, $1.00 per
set at T. R. IVarson A Co.'s.
WH.L BB HEM) AT TUB
DRlfc.L; SHED
—j)N—.'.
Wednesday M Thursday,
DEGEMMA I* AND IB. .   '
IN All! OF THK BELL TOWGR
t'AIII OPKN ATI 1'. M.
Admission,   -   98 cents.
i.'hllilmi villi rnrcnls, free.
mil'I'KH Irom li Id i; prion DOpsiit*.
Hedneidi)' Krenlai:
" A CONCERT; Ailtlil.slon, GOconls,
Thiiridaj livening:
IlliOOM I11IH.I,, I'AIII.EAUX, RKC.-I-
TATKINS, I'HHISTMASTREE; All-
liilssl.iii.Mt'i'nls.
ttji.Ojr.ll>rs nftrrr I'rrlK'Prt.
rrriili ItiiiMoriN for any of tha f>titlls will
      "'••■"■   Tllcrklnso
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D. Drysdale & Co.
Have now in Stock a Complete Assortment of
Staple <& Fancy Dry Goods
HOUSE FURNISHINGS rad
Men's Clothing and Underwear, Fine
Furnishing Goods.
Boys' and Youths' Clothing, Hats and Caps,
Trunks and Valises.
TWEED  MACKINTOSH    COATS,   GOSSAMERS  AND
UMBERLLAS.
m*KI REASONABLE BATES ANP 800D Qt)ALITr■
Samples.sent on application
D. DRYSDALE & CO.,
dwoc6tc
73 Columbia Street, N. W.
JUST ARRIVED
-AT-
JAMES ELLARD £ CO.'S
A FINE  ASSORTMENT OF ii ■',, \ ,!,,
NEW DRESS GOODS,
Trimmings, Blaek and Colored
jAH Silks, &e.
WOOLEN HOODS, TOQUES, CLOUDS, SQUARES, AC.
Millinery & Mantles.
I nWnnW UfllTCr     -*-'»■ tma-dlSr,Cor. Cotumbiaandltani
IMaUlJa  llUUO-l, Streets. NeviWestminste,:    dwodS
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
ATTHE
LOWES? PRICES.
'HI SHADWELL & CO.
'■i-."u'«~i. (Ol'I'OSITE COLONIAL HOTEL) '., ■
-i»no3tc New Westminster. B. C.
BAKERS and GROCERS
KELLY   BROS.
WH0 HAVE JX)R -MANY YEARS SUPPLIED THE WEST END WHU
excellent -Bread nml superior Oi-ocorii» liave just purolitsed Mr. Willie's
lease of the Bakery, lately owned by F. Kimble, oh Columbia Street, Und will keep
the two houses open for' the accommodation of thc public. They eugsge to supply
{Hoods of the very Itcst .Inscription and at tlie lowest possible price.
r Goods delivered to aU parts of the ('ity free of charge.
dse»te
be HinnkfiiHy rcci-tvrtVby Mm Plek'iniinii j
nr Miss Vfodatt, . .    —.    i
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
Stationery & Printing Company, Ld.
IMPOttTEns AND DE..I.EHS IN
BOOKS, STATIONERY, FANCY GOODS, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
New Weatmlnater   Vancouver 4 Vletorla. gaUg *|i*itisi)i.-€olttinl)iiitt
Monday UiiaKll, Itceruibcr •. 1*H.
The 0. P. B. injunctions.
Ottawa, Nov. 26.—Tho supreme
court was engaged in heaving tho cuse
(if the Ganadiaj Pacific Raili»ay,apiiel-
lants, and Aw. (t. Major, respondent, this aftiiapBf It i» »li »ppoal
by the defendants from the* judgment
ua Hon. Justice Grease, of British Columbia, rendered Sunt.,.24, .last, and
from an ordor thoriOfioii *fi»*fc restraining the company frbm Amsttufet-
ing or extending their main lino from
Port MoodjLto.f"1ll Harbor(.through
tho lands oHHe respondent. 'Mr. Mar
jor olaims that the special act of the
Canadian Pacilic Railway compan^
does not empower them to extend
their line in-British Columbia beyorjd
Port Moodjp.-fcfia'oonseqnfentiy tUj
should be restrained from construct-
in;! it through his land. On the other
hand, the Canadian Pacific Railway
company hold that their act gives
them authority to construct branches
from any point on their line of railway to any pari ol the Dominion, and
allege that the extension bf their line
from the Wnjinlis. Ht • Porl'Mot*_y<
through Mr.-Mnjor's property can be
designated as a branch. With regard
.to the question ol whether tho proposed line to Coal Harbor beu con-,
structed either ns au extension Wyond
the recognized terminal point or as a
branch of tho main line, counsel for
the respondent referrcd-to* the—hits
judgment of tho chief justice, who decided that tho company, .cannot .construct thoir proposed iWrks, nnder
Iheir existing cl*Kt*!rs,'eHlier;»8'J»nii
" extension" or ss a braiich,' nor,iri
consequence, enter upon Mr. Major's
lands for such a purpose. At tho conclusion of the argument Mr. Richards,
Q. C, who had been watching the case
in the intoreats uf other parties who
have similar charges against the company, asked ..'save tu, he .heard, and,
with conse-JUfJ^ounsA p;• appellant,
received pejjpmsioii,- Upon his jssa-
clusion thn^tnnrt jadj^uhied .. until
Monday, wnffi thS eUche'qner appeals
will be taken up.
A Tax on Bachelors
The taxing of bachelors is nothing
new. Tlie question of Ia|iilf! r them
has been revived sjfain MlfVana, snil
the Poll Mall flfclfl *_*Js: * 'A>*tV
tion to that cflect has been sent to
the chamber of deputies. It says that
in Paris alone there ito nearly half a
million, whereas the number of married meu iB not more than 379,000.
We are reminded that the tax, singular as it msy seem, has already existed in several countries. Th* French
convention adopted it. So did the
old republics. In Sparta the women
were allowed to drag bachelors, into
the temple of Horcules Wd giro them
a sound thrashing. Plato condemned
them to a fine. Rome made them pay
a round sum. Camillus went further,
and forced them to marry the widows
of oitizens killed in defending the
country. The petitioners .My..the. tax
ought to be doubly welcome—first, because it will increase the decreasing
population by inducing bachelors to
marry; and secondly, because it will
help to make up the growing deficit in
the budget.
' w
At a, recent trial beforo a New York
judge it wa^jought important*, Uy.|he
council to determine thelengtTi'Of *titne
certain "two quar|em»f beef, two hogs
and one shceiv^Nsnijiined in an express
wngon in fro# jrfjKe plaintiff's store
before thej%ejHil^feHway Dy .the
defendant. The ^nag#iu(,miicrinftn,,
wIh.hc knoWltdgQ of ^PJmWy&i Very
limited, but heS^ifiiia iff»vrfry plftm
and straightforwartl -^ay to havinijifcr-.
ried it out and put it into the af^pMiiid
wagon. Then the following dialogic
ensued: TV
Counsel—"State to the jury-how
long it wiu after i you took the meat
from the store, and put it into the
wagon, before it was taken away.
Witness—"Now I cannot tell dot.
I dinks 'bout dwelve feet.   I not say
nearasdot.pJnFM    T?,3V
Counsel-^^Wir Mofc'tT untfeHtfthd
me. How long was it from the time
ttie meat left the store, and was put in
the wagon before it was taken away by
the defendantI
Witness--gSow.I krujwnoLvat.y-^
ask dat for-|W*lF**S|yP -ie £a8J^*jf
up mid der ll-tfik.fiM-.lilt'* shonit
us it vaQ.-,UiWUWu«JoBi(£
sidevalk vas. Den feet ? Dwelve feet?
Den I dolls huw long it vas.
Counsel—"I dont want to find bfit
how lung tho sidewalk was, but I want
to know (sHfttldyg YSa^vWyLW*-
long - thi.. -iMi,t,^v,is-m-the-wng.m-be-
foro-it-wiis-takon-away 1
Witness—"Oh, dat veil, now, I not
sold any jjMii-t), -ifit-at so. 1. all time
woigh  hiin.
u
know how long it w
was taken nway.^ffcr'it'iist^JUt into
the wagun!"
Witness (looking very knowingly nt
tile counsel)—"Ndw'yi.rl 'ity to Jget
mo in a scrape. Dat mirb vast shouat
so lung in.-lwTiigiiuaslio vas in dor
shop. Dottfjd,l,I, told you., pat meat
vas duad ininit Hu ilbii't got mooch
longer in den dousaii' year, liotllibnch."
Counsel—"That will do."
—-a-*-*-...- -i.
Goon Manners.
.H1N.s.N.sNoms^_,,.a
The following sensible hints on etiquette are taken from Good House*
keeping;
A "
should      ,       _,
Great pains shoultt be taken by the
hostess to introduce shy people.
A mistress ihould inform her servants whatjhe^aro^sfty to all corn-
era
One cord a year	
one sent in an envelope, continues the
acquaintance,
every visitor should have a card for the
fathor and mother.
■■Introducing should.; not bo in-dis-
criuun.'-tely done? at lifome or 4efrsociety, by any lady, however kind-
hearted.
. Tf one lady desires to be introduced
to another, the hostess should ask if
she may do so, of course, unobtrusive-
* There is no neceijity of calling after
a ten ov general -reception., if one has
attp^ded tlio festivit-yor has ltfftoi'
senta cttrd on thatftlayr " '        "
No gentleman should ever be introduced to a lady without her permission
lias 'beon asked, afert sho bo given an
opportunity to rofunp.'    -■ :  ' •  ■
In Iier own house a hostess should
always extend her hand to a person
brought; to her by a mutual friend and
introduce for tlie first time.
■ JStrangew itaying ih town^who wish
to be called upon, should send their
curds by post with address attached to
those whom they wduld like to see.
. "Not,athomo".isn proper formula
if ladios ate not receiving; nor does it
involve a falsehood. It merely means
that the lady is not at home to company.
Cards of condolence must be returned by a mourning card sent in an envelope at such reasonable time after
tfie death of ft reUfiVe as one can determine again to take up tho business
of 'society.
A lady who is fully aware of hev own
responsibility, who has always lived in
tlie best jwciety, 19 never afraid to bow
or call (hit," of to Ihtfodftce the people
whom she may desire to know each
other.	
Ceremonious visiting is the machinery by which an acquaintance is kept
up in n circle too large for social visiting, bttt.-evtey lady should try-to make
one ov two informal calls eMh winter
on intimate friends.
In America it is the fashion to shake
hands, and most women, if desirous of
being cordial, extend their hands, even
on a first introduction, but it is, perhaps, more elegant to make a bow only
at a first introduction.
*.*5A ■ Udf-lias a right to leave her eStdi.
without asking for the lady oft die
Kduae, if'-.it is not her day, or if' there
is auy reason**-such as bad weather,
pressure of engagements or the like—
which renders time an important mat-
A disnjjreeable woman can always
find precedents for being tormol and
chilling; a fine tempered woman can
alwaya, find raisumi enough for being
ogreejfcle,.    . ; '        \
Counterfeiting certificates.
"The firstfday after it was.announced that the' new 810 silver eertl-
ficates were ready for circulation,"
said an old Washington street detective yesterday, " a man applied at one
of the 'big banks in Washington and
exchanged a 8100 bill for ten of the
new cerciucates, A few days later
this man, accompanied by half a doien
companions, boarded a - train at the
Baltimore and Ohio depot and eameto
Chicago. Their baggage consisted of
three valises and a lung brown trunk.
They left the train at the lake front
depot aud mysteriously disappeared.
Almost immediately after their arrival
large numbors of the new certificates
made their appearance in the business
houses and banks of the oity. They
were  crisp  and  clean, and  fully as
{iretty as the newspapers had cracked
hem up to be. Ban! tellers, always
cautious about taking bills uf anew
issue, subjected the certificates io a
rigid' examination, and pronounced
them genuine. In this they were mistaken, for ii;., nearly ifjOot every in*
etanoe the bill was aa bogus as oleomargarine. The fraud was not discovered until the town hud beoome
pretty well papered with the stuff,
secret service officers oame on from
Washington and took up the . trail uf
the strange men Wha had preceded
'them. It was apparent to them that
thesefellows were sowing the bills,and
by careful work they managed to
catch oneof thein while he was in the
act of swindling a business man. He
is now under arrest, and kept in close
Confinement somewhere about town.
His capture isbeing kept, a secret so
tbat hia companions will not take
fright und slip n.way. It is one of the
best joha I huvareyor heard of during
all my experience as n detective. You
Met, ] the counterfeiters; .were fully
aware that the p?ople out hore had.
not Been any of the qew certificate*,
and consequently were' unable1toiJL#-
a bogus bill from a genuine. Then,,
besides, they knew that as the' certificates were a good deal of a novelty,
meti who would come in pos.euion of
them would hoard them for sobjI time
osaaort of curiosity, end therehy
give them ample oyportunity to ahove
the stuff to a large amount before the
fraud was detected. Inhere much of
the bogus stuff in the city? Undoubtedly; but the full extent of the swindle will hot be known fur a day or
yet. It is probable that the bad certificates have been spread all   over the
„.-_- .-._.    .. _..    Northwest j but I understand  Unit nil
1 nuftaurt licit, At' of thu banks have bteu warntil lo l-xik
yet.    But (UyMsK'Mt.^* feeft"   put for>ei». , The secret iei-^ii wen
(Here   tbe   spectators and honor and
jury smiled audibly.)   "I know not,
shcntlemans, how is dis, I dells you all
1 can as good as I know,
Counsel—-"Look JpKi!iA-l.'-'Wiiufc
are hard at wnrk on ihe case, and pm
pose to rupture the entire gang with
oatthe asfftBrnnce v. private detective
ngenciod nr the city ■ olice force, The
bogus certificate*is a magnificent W*um
Mjpoth, iiiidi'vfoi'0 it iiotWft.iBghtf5f
itt on the back-of the.i)fll,,I.dbubt'
much if it Would uot be taken as good
money at auy of the sub-treasuries.
Of course I doh't know whether the
counterfeiters brought their plates and
dies witli them, but I understand that
the secret service men would deem ita
greater triumph to capture these things,
thaii they would the mere ui-retifc 'of the
gang. Thoy say thnt the paraphernalia
of the men in so complete tod dangerous that unless the stulf is taken the
entire issue of certificates will have to
be called in by tho governmont and
fa^nyed. .-ro^ stoiy jwfctold t&iaaf
by ri-govemWwt'offieer'flM is unqueB-
tioimbly the truth. When I asked
him how lie knew that Uie mnn who
wins shoulo he tnWn by tlu
introduce shy peoplo.
ns should inform herser-
t thoy aro to say to all com-
with the gang "shoving" the bogus
stuff in this city, lie replied that he
hiul already said mure than he ought
_4r
to,—Chicago Tribune.
Canadian  t'salter uud  Hyinual, with
inea (for F    '
„..  .. . ... Pearson
In  calling on  •fipinAW'lWs-ttmifWA-GrtimVlh
vuiiniiiiui      i niriiui     (lllll     ll
tunes (for Presbyterian Church), ut T
R. Pearson k Co,'*-, Xew    "   '
Westminster
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel ot
purity, strength und wholesotttenessJ More
economical than the ordinary kinils, and
cannot bo sold ln competition with the
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. . Sold only In cans.
Roval Baking Pownrnt Co;,l«. Waliat.,
New York. .v  .-.' :■        ■ Sfely
Port Hammond Nursery!
VTOW IS THE TIME TO SEND IN
il - your orders, If you want some of
those nice fruit or ornamental trees,
shrubs, etc., fiom Ontario. As I return
ahout the middle of June to settle up my
afliilrs there nnd como out this full with
the stock for my nursery here, nnd will
select and bring yout* orders rif-lit along
With me for this full and next spring's
planting, I will catisfy all both as to quality of trees nnd fViiit, and I will tie settled
here in the'business so you will know
where to find mo, All communications
nfter the middle of Junemay be addressed
to me at Bowmanville, Out., or to Carleton
A Harris, Port Hammond,
G. Vf. HENRY,
iny22tc Port Hammond P.O.
TiUPHONECAtlNO. 6.
P.O. BOX 71
WM McCOLL
S.ii.&l ireUss!
'■iM :■■■■
Dry Goods, Men's Furnishings,
I Groceries & Provisions.
MWD"-OM'S BLOCK, Columbia St.
; •,    f ihv-HUJJto
HACK FOR HIRE.
mHE UNDERSIGNED lias established
■As''- himself In the City ol New Westminster with a FIRST-CLASS
COVERED CARRIAGE,
Which Is open fur Kngaacmcnts at
very mo-lrrnle Charges,
Orders left atthe Colonial Hotel or sent
by telephone, will be promptly attended
o duy or night.  Stable next H. Elliott's
  JOS. CJATES. .
Telephone No. 39. mylte
The British Columbia
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
rumislies all Kinds of Help
" Free or Charge,
OUR BUSINESS AGENCY,
D9
YOU WANT TO BUY OB SELL A
Business, take a partner, etc-
PICKERING & 60.
OFFICE: Fort Street, between Douglas
anil Broualiton, VICTORIA, 11. 0.   P. O
box em. mir-.
and Coal.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAr^'dN: tlAimA'
large -quantity of
BEST \VELLE\GT0\ LUUP COAL
And< an'&ssortmo-it'of'i IH -
ORDWOOD,
.. he will sell at lowest rates.  He
Iso promptly attend to all kinils of
■g-pAlWTTUC*-.
ers left at Mr. MiiColl'sslonron Colombia street, or at my house, DotiBlna
stroet,will meet with pr——- ~
:   HENU'
New Westminster H. C.
projjjJt'Htentlon.
5NRY ELMOTt.
JlylOhi
WHITE
IN KIK!
., ■osfo-rics. ,
f HEHEHY GIVE NOTICE THAT t
T intend toupplyat the next sitting of
tho Licensing Court (or tills City for a
License to sell fermented und Intoxicating liquors by retail on the premises at
firese lit known as the "Bingham House,*'
f> he hereafter called the repot Hotel.
P.'O.BIlXADliAUX.
Now Westminster, 20th Nov.,l«KJ.      ,
dno28tu_
2&ORXCZEI.
ALL PERSONS INUEUTED TO US
an requested to call and settle their
accounts at once. By doing so they will
oblige us and save-themselves.further
trail ole.
. N. B_—All necnuhtft   not settled' lieftire
the 10th of December will be plnced in the
hands of a collector for collection.
KELLY UROS.,
<lno2flml i   West End Bakery.
DOUGLAS & DEIGHTON,
Manufacturer., and Importers of
Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Whips, etc.
NEW WE8TMINSTKR, B. 0.
.'''■ ■ '' dw-jlySilo
PIONEKR
Fish i Game Store!
WM. H. VIANEN
HAS ALWAYS ON HANI) A GOOD
supply of
Fresh and Salt Water Fish.
OULXCJBI IS* STH A BOST.
DEALER IN SKINS AND PELTRIES.
Purchases will bo delivered In any part
bf the City free of charge,        d-JlySlyl
NOTICE.
THK UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE
to Inform his friends aud the Public
generally that he has purchased of 'Messrs.
Owens-J. Insley tho premises lately known
as tho ."Bingham House," situate on Columbia Street, In this city, opposite the
Station of the O. P. R.*-to be henceforth
known as the Depot Hotel—where he ven*;
tures to hopo that by strict attention to
the comfort and requirements of hia patrons to merit a share of their support.
The cuisine will be under the management of an experienced cook and.tha
sleeping department under the personal
superintendence of Mrs. Hilludeaii-t.  '
Premises quite new and charges moderate. (        >,
P.'O-BtLLADEAUX.
New Westminster, fMth Nov., 1880.
1 dnniiUml
EniTISKfl.
Wholesale and Itetail
riBT'
application to the Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works for a lease for timbering purposes, of the following described
lauds:; *' "  '
Tract No. l.~Commencing ut a post 40
ohalns east from A. if, Cotterl's southeast,
corner state (Elk Bay, Johnston Straits),
thence south, 49 ohalns: west, 60 chains;
north, 40 chnins* west* 40 chains; north,.
20 chains: West,,CO chains; north, 40 chains;
eust, io chains; north, 20 ehains; west, flu
chains: norlh, it) chains; east, 20 chains;
north, 20chains; east,20 chains; north, 20
chains; east,80 chains, thenoe south to
shore Hno of Elk Bay: theuce In a south;
westerly direction to W. P. Sayward's
claim; thenee following around said
claim to Sayward's southeast stake on
Elk Bay; theneft [following shore line to
Cotterl's northwest corner post; thence
along Collcrl'K south and east boundary
to place of commencement; said tract
containing 1.100 acres, more or less.
Traot No. 2.—Commencing at McNa-
hemic, Northeast corner Nodnllas Chan-:
nel, Thurlow Island; theuco North 2(1
chains, East 2ft chains, North OOchalns,
West 40 chains, North 40 uhRln**. West
40 chains. South 140 chains, ito MoNa-
herhlc, North boundary line; thence
East along sitf-' North' boundary to place
of commencement; said'tract containing
800 acres, moreor loss.
Tract No. ^.-Commencing alu post «»t
on shoro line of Thurlow Istand, Cmwfo.d
anchorage,   Cardero - channel;    thenee
South 40 chains, East 21) chains. South 80
chains. East 40 chains, North 80 chains,
East 40 chains, Nortii 40 ehulns; thence
westerly to point of commencement, said
tract containing 720 ucres, more or less.
ROYAL CITY PLAN WQ MILLS CO.
PetW., T.-A-G.
New Westminster, EC,
15th November, 18S0.       duolSml
DRUGQISTSI
New Westminster, B. C.
mhidto
IMFEEIAL
FIRE INSURANCE CCMP'V,
l Oi.D(BR»*i>!iT. sod 18 Paix Mj.m.,
LONDON.
INSTITT'-fJBD 1808.
FOR INSURING HOUSES A OTHISR
BuildiiigB, Goods, Wnres, Merchan-
diw, M*milactur_ng snd Faniiiiig Stock,
Ships in Port, Harnor or Dock, ajdth.
Cirgoosbf such Vessels { also, ShipsSinWS"
ing Snd repairing, Barges and other Vessels on navigable riv.rs snd canals, and
Goods on hoard such Vessels, throughout
Great Britain snd Ireland and ih Foreign
Countries, K—^——-. -._-_-	
FROM 1(188 OR DAHAGK BV FIIIK.
Subscribed and Invested Capital,
-Sl,600,00_0 8*&.
Rates of Premium and every information can be obtained on.application to
W. J. ABM8TU0NK,
■*»,'' Agent*for New Westminster.
500,000 NOW IN USE
Aqd Anaring Uio Highest Testimo-
!*l Wj(|h from all who um th6ni.'   ■'
The Cheapest and Best' Machine In the Market. ■ ''
Oalljalnl r.jci.iiltin tlicm  lielore golnu
Chas. J. Robson's
i.i FltUrrRTOftK,
O'uwl (eCVtlnniilHl Hotel, iliioSIf1
-PHACTICAL	
if    ft —„ . _^___
-        B' "".       --■     -    -    -;---■.-*
tlosjutt received for the (tolidrty'S « liiie
Miortmcnt of Gull niut ^ilvu'i-
JEWELRY
GENTS'
iwllfs Size Swiss fioid Waldlii's
fronr|2B.to$5r>, ;.      ,.-
I-fldles Size American Stem-
' winding (lolil WiUchcs, at
Jf32.5<..
BKMkMBKR-We do not sell "IIIW"
Watirhes antl Jewel.'y as solid gold.
Our good, are gurriiuteed just es represented, and priuei lovrnr thsli nny
other house in B. C        " ',,
'  cqi.Q}(iA\t, mx)iqK,„;
MEW WEStMlNSttl1!. 6. c.
iLiinr
What Physicians Say Ubout the
STARR KIDNEY PAD.
-'Treatment by Absorption hns for somo
time been recognized by Medical Mn to
be the most simple nna effectual iiKiins
ot conveying to "DlseusedOiBftns,-"Curatives," but In cases of Kidney Disease and
Complaints attendant thereon, successful
treatment whs practluably Impossible until the Introduction of fho Starr Kidney
Fad, It.costs less thnn &slngte prescription and Is' Immeasurably mare decilitre
and'effective than any quantity of Internql
Medicinal dmlria. Worn immediately over
the seut of PIsohho, its curative proportk'H
become nl>N--rbeil by tbo diseased nnd en*-,
foebicd Organs,conUmtously and directly,
us required to Insure Hi return their healthy iiction nnd original vigour. It Is comfortable to the patient ami pleasant in Hh
effects, nnd cures when nothing else enn.
The Starr Kidney l'nd accomplishes positive; decisive results. A more valuable
discovery as n tme remedy for Kidney
IHseimes was never made.—Aletlictd Gazette.
The ttthrr Kidney Pail- manufactured
In Toronto. Is a permanent sure euro for
diseases, disorders und nllments of the
Kidneys, Bladder and urinary secretive
system, or attendant complaints, cnlistng
pain in the small of the buck,'sides,eto,,
producing urinary disorders, sueh as too
frequent, scanty, diflicult, painful or copious liiUiliirltioii, inability of retention and
sedimentary urine, dropsical symptoms,
'eta, denoting the preseuceln the system
pi uUeuses common to the urinary secretive organs—known ns gravel, catarrh of
the bladder and passngca, Jlrlght's dlsoaso,
diabetes, dropsy, piles, nervous debility,
etc. Send for pamphlet to LANGLEY*
C!Q.f Wholesale Agents, Victoria. Itetall-
od by A. M. llKUltlNQ nud D. 8.CURTIS
it CO., New Westminster: T. McNER-
LEY, ]_ndner's r.andlng; H. McDOWELL
A CO., HASTINGS HAW MILL CO., THE
VANCOUVER DRUG CO., Vancouver;
W. E. MCCARTNEY A BRO., Vancouver
ond Kamloops; J. RLOVELL Yalo: W.
R. MEGAW, Priest Vallpy; % CLARK A
■CO., Kamloops;! .     '   dWUSSjrl
FirelFire!
TESTIMONIAL!
Vancouver, 3&rd June, 1S8G,
MR. G. ROBERTSON, ■
> Vancouver; <t  |
Representing Goldle A McCulloch,
! . ,    : OaltiOnU
Sin.—Wc the un.iersnrned having witnessed the terrible Ore -which wiped out of
existence tho young oity of Vancouver,
Oil the 13th hist., Imve. after the lire, examined the safes sold by you, some of
whieh were pul to the most severe test,
having been surrounded by large quantities of lard and bacon, and we are pleaued
to testify to the remarkable maimer lit
which every Safe sold by you preserved
its contents, not only books und papen,
but also thousands of dollan In paper
money woro taken' out In perfect condition. Wo can, therefore, with the greatest confidence, recommend them as thoroughly tiro proof:
L .v. Hamilton, for tho Canadian Pacific
Unilway Company: M. A. MacLean,
Mayor; John Jt Blake, Stipendiary Ma-
gistrutc; Rlch'd. Alexander, Justice of
ilio Pence; John Roultbee, Police Magls-
irate.-CItyof Vancouver; Thomas Dunn,
Justice nf tlie Peace; Isaac Johns, Col.;
Edward E. Rand, Real Estate Broker;
It. Balfour)     ' '-- "---"-
CHANGE OF TIME TABLE.
Wif! STEAMER'
"GLADYS"
tTNTIfc   FURTHER   NOTICE  WILL
U lflove on MONDAYS for Chilllwhnck
and way places, returning on Tuesdnys.
Lenves on THURSDAYS for Hope and
way places, returning on Saturdays.
dwnolUc"'   OAi*T. INSLEY, Mfcsler.  '
ALBION
MARBLE WORKS
JiMKS HattEft, Proprietor.
MONUMENTS, HEAD STONEB, TOMBS,
TABLETS AND CROSSES, PUR-
" NITURE MARBLE.&c.
Penoiis living nt a distance, by sending
a description df what tboy wish, can have
designs, prices, etc,, furnished on application. All work gunrant'jed equal to any
on the Pacific Const, and at reasonable
rates.  N,B,~Nougoiits employed.
Gordon Street, Victoria, B. C.
Opp. St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church
mhUJto
JOHN S. COX,
*.     .     Importer and pealer in
^j^_\f^- INCLUDING
k6ck>,
ilnnas,
WHITJB LKOHORNS,
.   I   BROWN LKGHORSS
PLYMOUTH
LANGS1
Whit. Creslsd Bl.ek P.Uads,
Uiilns. Pawl.,: R.u.n Dttek.,
i        .' Whll. P.klu D.ok..
Pit G.mcs. Houdsns.
. sskBhilsiuiil Eggs supplied *Uow rates,
nml nil Htotrk giiiirauteeu......
Uoynl Avcnsc, Easl of Dougls.St.
■■•.'■.: mliJJto
New Westminster, cout Harbor
amlSeaUle Ronle.
LI jUII X V«MIJ. UUU-MI-UUI
.03 :.    IKj(i)   IMJ l-l_"VJiTS   Mllll
COLUMBIA STREET,
IO  Hi-Mlrt    .-.Ki-Mti'i-i:.-..;.
New Westminster, B.C.
—inromou sso dbauhis iii—
Books, ..,muj_ , v., j.
Stationery,
Fancy Goods,
Pianos,
Toys,
,    (J. W. TAli-tE;,!Maittr.)
WILL LEA^k (fEATTLp EVERY
Thnniday MoralUK at) •Vleck, for
New Westminster Iind Coal Hnrbor, via
rort Townsend and the Inlands; arrlvecat
Now Westminstor on Friday forenoon,
leaves for Coal Harbor about two hoari
afterwards; leaves COAL HAABOR FH-
*lay Sight for Seattle.'
Fare to Beadle* .....»4.H
i     neUMHrlWi«or»^Mi U».  ,,
Special ratea to merchants. ,     apIOto
C l: ft.; L W :«?. rariwd.'l-or.'M-iJiy;
to Vnncouver nnd-Hngllsh Bay; F. C,
InnoK A Co., Keal Estate Brokers; A. Vf.
Ross,),Real Estnto Broker;  Gravely A
!.*k!Jfi*»#w*-™'
Wm.Ross
BOOTiSHOE
_P_A._BX_.0_R.
TOST J».RaiyiKD: j     "
$15,000 STOCK
From tlie principal Honse* of Germany,
France, Oreut Britnin, tlto United
.;    States and mil' great Dominion.
500 LINES KEPT ON HAND.
C|VLl, AND SKIS MY  STOCK BE.
FOIIK VOU PURCHASE,
llnols llllll SliOM, Irom mis ujiwanls.
Full 4 ItiiliUor (iiiiiils is Vuin-Vum*
ol oil kliuln.  .
Lndlts' is Qcnli' Slipper* (or Xmns—
1     the' loveliest over lusn. .:..
8. Llue_ of UdlM', Mliw*-'« 0hlM«
run's Hoiili.
WM. R088,
4 iitwalnl Hetel lleek- < tlumbli mt.
NOTICK 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT
:» dayH after dale we Intend amdylng
to tho Chief Corn in limloner of LandHnnil
Worku for a McohMo to cut timber on the
followiiiK tU'Horlbi'd lands, namely, lots
numlHirs t'tt, S88, 8W, 837, In Oroup One,
New WCHlmihutf-r iXMriet,
Dnted nt New Weitmlnnter, 27ibiluyof
Novemiier, jfWil. .    - , „
nowniNn.* ronb,
liy their Rolleltnm.   mi '<
ilnnWrnl ('niiitori.n A MrfVtt.i..
A Private College I
 FOli'—
Boarding & Day Pupils, Boys,
Jl:    WILL BE OPENED AT
ROSS BAY, VICTORIA, B. G.
■   —rON—- ,' , .      ,
MONDAY, AUGUST 16, 1886.
THE   BUILDING   HAS   15   LAKOB
Rooms and Is well furnished with
iwlster grutCB, bath rooms, Ae., Ac.
Excelluntopportmillleslor all kinds of
hcnlthliil exorcises, IncludhiRbosltUK snd
bSililng.
I'uplls will be made most comfortable
said their general welfare earefully considered. .
k OOMpET-HT STUFF OF .HMtlWTOtt
will be maintained.   .
Bxeellent facilities will' be aflbrdod .for
iii.i,noil.ni in (JsisH.k, immhU,
CJIsshIc.1 and Modern Iawnus. subjects,
with ■■strawenlsl Hulr.
' Application Forms, Referenoe* snd fnll
Information furnished by „    :
BKV. C. J. BBBMOK. St. A.,
Nkw Wnmiiima.
June 9,1836.     ' i dwjlyjlto
Re-Opening!
J.S.MANS0N,
-■ ^I'kAB omitWt A:8H0P.0N
McKenzie  street,
mul Door lo the Rl»ht from Columbia
1 Hhvot, and will have always on band .
'''    '"   a full assortment of       ...
AND AT BEAHONAIIbB JWCWi
A  PERFECT  FIT
Ounrontct'd In Evory C««e.
BIONUM£NTS
mHB UNDE1WIONED HA8 BKKN AP*
1 pohiMil ssSHtm British Crliiiiblafor
ttfese beauilfol mooum.nts.  Cull janio-
u Inm in lo prices and desli
Hon. .CHA8. .1,
plica-
Al the Prult anil oonreetllmcnr store, op-
poelte(JolonlolHnlel,Neww4sUsil«nt.r,
Kt: rallillto
The Largest Stock on the Mainland,  and, setof-d ...ft** ri\o','..
House in British Columbia.      ■';
 SOLE AOHNT8 FOH-
"01 «o_tou,
The Dominion Orcan,
Of Bowmanville, Out.
And sfents for (II .tke leading Amerium'
PIANOS & ORGANS
SPECIAL FORMS
RUUf) * PRINTED.
0» the pnqiifW, ss nastly and ubeaply
M st a»y ottisi  ssislillskment In the
Pnvlnes.   __   ' ■' '::',:': ''   ; ■■■■■'■'■''■   ;'
• ■<-4(a&~,..fQH-r>
Con-Mk-ttlon LH* Auurtnee Co.
North Britiih iind Mercantile Firt
Iniuramo Co.
,—r,Agents fnr First-Olsss	
Biirrmu riceipts.
IHPt, HSITVilllll,
bills tir8AU,    , .'  :
cviiwi >.£tm turns
LliBKI, PMH. HIB, J
•uru. Hciim.
Art til kinds of Bis
Forms on kind.
. h„■'i,i—-All'«»'Utmstf-Mni i
-,'   *„ i___Xirt_____^   "'■■
/.lsll.11'
hlsu.l
for mj PssHestlss W mutt
mm. Import dlnot ban iiaiifso-
toms, snd -anno* te undwsoM to rtfc|»
il!***".l*lSfc   .   ,i, ,[.,,..;.,, ;    ■,..Jv,,,|l,
T.E. mm * rn.,
COLOMBIA   8TBIBT,
lf.w Woitmlnrtor, 1. C.
lu mh! nut
u hn

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