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Array Hon ABB Davit
VOLUME
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0., TUESDAY EVENING, MAROH 1, 1887.
NUMBER 50 .
L*mmw.m-+8Sirt.
tA i   AfKtHJWHAOK, B. C.
■pw.WOLf f MITI1, M. D.
OFFICE-Olarkwn Street, opposito rear
entranoe of Colonial Hotel.
OFFIOE HOORS-10 a. m. to 13 noon; 3
to 5; and 61*1 to » p. m. dnolOto
T M. UAChkSAN, B. A., M.D.,C.M.
OFFICE: MoKontlo Street, next door to
Drill Shed. ■■
RESIDENCE: Agnes Street, third house
from Mary Street.
OFFIOB B0DR8:10 lo 12; S to 0; 6:S0 to 8.
d-del3to .
H
K.OMfHR.B. A„Ii. D., |
'    PHYSICIAN* SURGEON.
OFFIOE and RESIDENCE-Chureh St.
(next door lo Farmers' Rome), near
Columbia St., New Westminster, B.O.
OFFIOE ROtTRS-a to 10 a.m.; Ilo Sand
«.J0lo8p.m. Calls In town and country promptly attended to. fe2tc
rttsmutmut t, ttttmu,
.   BARRISTERS,
SOUCITORS, ETO
c. Amutto-r,
»■-,'"*
...,-   lUMIIirttR, 8OU0WOR,.««.
M.Kra.1.Street,        ""■_.J.  '■ ,
'''im$i_,'•■ XewWn&'ttsliu-.B.C.
'AM BOLB, 7!',|
MBRISTKR-AT-LAW.
idApal.  . "jittniO/toLoan.
''l'   Oolaa.bl.StM.*, ;
ei*.   . '■■'■'■    KawWtttmlntler,.ac,
G.
W. OsUST,    •
ARCHITECT,
' -lltl'i
AtA.J.HIll'.OBIoe, ■)
dwfeSHo McKensle Bt.
c.
H. CLOW,
ARCHITECT.
OFFICE, for .the preient, at residence on
Clinton Street.     ' •
str Word may be left at the Columbian
OBlee. dwfcStc
c
»PT. FITTBNDRIOH,
LAND  AQENT, *C, 4C
McKonsl. Street, N.W.
A.    Formerly dowse,Hill A Rlckman,
btgl to announoe tbat be will resume bus-
■Unliableanker a»4
,. Canvevaaeer '   <i
._ r th. mt Inatant. Offce, New
ionla Hotel, Murray Bt, Fort Moody.
■elite    	
rn j.xtJAFP,
ACOTIONEER AHD APPRAISER,
Oolumbia Sin*!,. ......Nnr Tft.tmln.Ur
■All aoa9.mla.lon. will rec.lv. prompt
aad cartful attention. Beit references
given wh.n required. mhU-to
W. D. FERRIS,
UDi BODE ul SEOUL iflflff
•: lest aid Del), collector.
RITUAL 600B r»I8 TOR BALI.
Altai Ikr Ike  TRATBEBBI UFB aad
ACtlMKT IMVRAMB 0»MFA»¥,
■aniard. Caaa.
OFFICEl-Feitl. Street, New Wcstmlu-
..Ur. Mio
R'
RAND BROS.
■AL BiTATB DROKstRt,
OaatT.yaac.r., OelL.tor.,
Ani iBtturaaaa Aftala,
Once, at VICTORIA: Fort Street,
NEWWESTMINSTER: Comer
McKensle and Clarkson St..
.'' VANCOUVER, Cordova Street.
BUILDING LOTS for salo In nil aectlnns
of Vanonaver and N.w Westminster city,
FARM1 LANDS of niperlhr quality for
Ml. at Chilliwhack, Port Hammond,
Langley, Mntaqul, Human, Mud Ray, Lad-
n.r's Igniting, Lulu Islnnd, North Arm
and Pitt River.
Maps and Plan, exhibited and the fullest Information furnished utall ouronlcw
fe20te
PITT & CO.,
Real Estate, Mining
AND MONEY BROKERS,
General Commission Ag'ts
VANCOUVER, B. O.
LOANS NEGOTIATED.
TURNER, BEETON & GO.
MERCHANTS,
WHABr STREET • VICTOBIA.
AOBNTS   IPOS
North British and Mercantile
Insurance Uo. lor Mainland.
H.C. BEETON*. CO.,
38 Flnsbury ClraiB,
London, E. C.
THE CLARENCE
Corner Yates A Douglas Streets,
VICTORIA- B. C.
FRANK 0. RICHARDS, Jr.   -   -   -   LE88EE
TOURISTS' HEADQUARTERS; FIRST
Olass In. every respect   Fully sup-
GU«I with all Conveniences of* Medern
©tell.  New and Elegant in ull its Appointments,  Prices Moderate.
This magnificent Hotel Is now open for
the reception of Quests.
rWNo pains will be spared by the management to make this Hotel pleasant nnd
attractive. doc'-tc
COME AND SEE I
THOS.  OVENS,
MANUFACTURER OP
Bnigies, Carriages,
T*TJiJ3cC>?<T&.
Blacksmitli and Machinist
All Kindt of Machinery, Patent Locks,
Safes, Hewing Machines, ftc, ke.,
.Repaired.
BLACKSMITHINC
In ail It* branches.   Farmers', Loggers',
Mill and Contract Work; Agricultural
Implements, and everything ln the
blacksmith line made to ordor.
Having secured flrst*cln«s workmen, wo
feel confident ot giving xntlstfnctlon.
tar Horso*shuelng a spoolnlty.
dw-JlySitc]   Columbia St., New Vfrst.
Ourney's Celebrated Stoves for Sale.
A No. 8 Cook, with
furniture complete,
at the low price of
924.
The undersigned is now clearing out his stock of Stoves (except those made by Gurney) at
net cost for cash.
Now is the opportunity to
find BARGAINS.
JAMES CUNNINGHAM.
djalito
THE LEADING
BOOTiSHOE
ESTABLISHMENT
—or tiie—
Mainland of B. C.
Colonial Hotel Block, Columbia St.
$10,000 STOCK
NOW EN ROUTE.
THIS HOUSE MAKES ANNUALLY
a great reduction fn prices to make
room fnr the largest and hest assortment
of Boots ond Shoes ever imported into
this country, from tho principal Houses
of Germnny, France, Great Britain, the
United Htates nnd our grent Dominion.
500 LINES K£PT ON HAND.
CAU AND SEE MY  STOCK BEFORE YOU PURCHASE.
KOiill Md Shoes, (rom 60o upwards.
Felt e, Rubber Ooods ti lum-Yums
of .11 kinds.
Ladles' t Bents' Slippers for Xmas—
th. lov.li.3t over soon.
81 Lines of Ladies', Misses' it Child-
ren's loots.
WM. ROSS,
■•(f 1 ■lock, Colnmbia Ht.
f-lwiwIStc
Dominion Elections, 1887.
Electoral Dlstrlet of Hew Westminster!
rp   J. TRAPP, ego., a Candidate lor
1.  election to tlio liouso of Commons
ofCunudu h.. appointed' D. H. Curtis bis
Election At.nl.
..  . .' W> '• ABMSTRONO,
dfo!7td ,       H.tiirnlngOfllcor.
H
W. H. HOLDEN,
AVING TAKEN POSSKBHION. OP
__ the>Teinpernnee House,'.'framing
on Coium bin nntl Church Htrcols, omic-HlIo
the Episcopal Chureh, nml uow Known
as the
FARMERS'HOME!
Will accommodate the traveling public
at the following rntes:
Board per day ..', $1.00
"      "  woek  6"«i
Single Meals    ss
Kk-Qood accommodation for Ladles and
families, myflto
c. Mcdonough
HAVING TAKEN
Lundbom's ItulUlIne, Front St.
* (Formorly occupied by Kyle A Tllton),
IS   NOW  READY
lu serve his rustoiiem nnd everybody
wirh us {fjnod autouli ns a man wants to
buI'tI from.
Dry tJointi, Oroierles, Provisions
Crockery, Ul'tMWiuc, lluols, Av.
Com'' and see -thu new plnco, nnd let us
know what you thick oi it,
dwocltttj G, MCDONOUGH.
E. HUTCHERSON,
NURSERYMAN A DEALER IN
Fruit and Ornamental Trees,
Ladner's Landing, B. O*
mHE SUBSCRIBER WISHES TO IN-
I form tlie people of British Columblu
that ho has es!iibllnlic<I a Nursery nt Lud-
ner'u Landing, uud Ih prepared to fill
all orders for Fruit Tree*-*, Orniitnenttil
TrneH, Shrubbery, Vinos, Small Fruits,
Ae, Trees Imported or home thrown ec-
cording to lhe wIkIics of customers, Tho
Rubscrlbor :.. » hnd a thorough praattdal
training In ,.ie bu-dncHs, nud having u
fiermnncnt stake In tho country lt lslils
ntcrest to deal fairly with tho public He
will wait upon the various towns und set*
dements shortly, nnd all ordera will hnve
his personal attention,
auWto B. HUTCHERSON.
Carriage Works!
COLUMBIA STRKET,
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B.C.
t> ViHty/f ON HANI), A LOT OK
Nleighg, (inters,
RngKlesi
PlKBtons,
Democrat, Express
and Farm Wiisons.
Also, n lnrffo slock of llusny, I'nrrlHBr,
WiiRitn, nnd nlrltfli MiiIitIhI,
All of wllloll will bo sold OIlteAl'FOR
CASH.
•■•uViito REID & CURRIE.
E8TABL18DED 1839.
ROBT. DICKINSON,
BUTCHER,
Dearly Opposito the Colonial Hotel,
NEW WESTMINSTER.
THE LARGEST AND   CHOICEST
assortm.nt of all descriptions of
MEATS AND VEGETABLES
Constantly on hand, and supplied to Familiea, RcstnuraatH, and Steamboats at the
LOWEST rOSSJBLE PRICKS.
BLOOD-CURDLING
MASSACRE
—-AT	
H. M. Cunningham Sb Go's
STOVE DEPOT.
A No. 8 Cook Stove!
All Complete, with all tho Pipe
necessary nml a
CHINA   COOK
Thrown In, Freight pnid to nny purt of
the Dominion free of all ehargo,
25 per cent. OFF FOK CASH
H. M. CUNNINGHAM k CO.,
74, Columbia Street,
New Westminster, D. C,
AgfMi, far lleap'n Pati'iil I'nrtb I'lWtfl
nntl Ont nr l» Pmup t'o. iltente
POR
Cream & Fancy Cakes
—ao 'io—
A. DSEBEL'S
PnONT BTBBBT,  OH'. Ct I'i N. Wiunr.
ilrfSUi:
FOR  SALK.
alHK IiEAHK, FIXTUItKH ANU STOCK
ot- that  welftknown  Vuriety storo
next the HolhrohrHonsc, Front (Jt reel,
doelStit
Safe for Sale.
* "NO. 10 TA-raOR'S SAKE In (rood
A onlor; 21x20 lnnlics Inside; tvlfi bo
soldolieit}i.  Applyal, thisnllloe. dwfel2to
Second-Hand Organ.
Fon BAMS CttBAl'.  JIny lio seen nt
Hio Mora of ,lt,
1. tt. PKABHON,
dwJu21to     Book.. ytnUoiiory A Music.
"FOR   SALE. ~
ONK-HAT-F INTEKKRT IN thc LANG*
ley Snw and l'tiinhu* Mill: mill in
good order. For particulars apply on the
premlNesto H. WEST,
Or, Mewsix. ItllAKR.JACKSON,
nplStc -fcHKLMC'KEN, Victorin.
Span of Mares!
FOR    SALE    CHEAP.
■	
WKLI, DHOKKN  TO  UOUBLE  AND
Slnslo Iloriifssund suddlo.  Apply
nt tills Olllco. .   dtrjiilrik;
FORSALE.
160 Acres of Good Farming
Lnnd
8 milos holow thc Clly, with n good House
on it.  Apply to
C.  HUNTER, .
dfcHinl Agnes St., Now West.
For Sale!
1 SPAN JiAHK HAY MAItES, 1 nnd fi
1 years old; good travellers; wont single
ortioublo,
I nay Uorse. 8 years old; works slngje.oi
douhlo; nice ludies'orgonts' snddlo horso;
very gentle.
I !j-Hvul(*fl HaKayi 1 Kpiliigs; nearly new.
AloiDHir Tliiiutlij Hay on North Arm,
Fraser river,
■tt lil.h. Halt Snluion. » huIM.hlx. Snil
Hnl ni tm ItellleH.
AlBo-one and one-ninth Interest In
t'Hj Water i'oiupnny.
W. -T. FRENCH.
New West., Nov. Ulh, 188(1.       dwnnl2te
Brown Leghorns.
TilltEE  THOROUOHBUED   11ROWN
Leghorn Cocks for mile.  These nro
line young blrda, and they nre offered nt
verv low prices.  Apply itt (his ollice.
d*deMto
Land Registry Ordinance, 1870
Lot Xo. vie, tironp ll. Xi« WeslmlnHler
Dlilrlct.
WHEREAS THE CERTIFICATE OF
Title of Edwnrd Hoskln to tho
nbovc*mentioned land has been lost or
destroyed and application hns been made
tor a'dupllcnto thereof; notice Is thereforo
hereby given that a fresh Certificate ot
Title wiil be Issued, ln lieu of lhat so lost
or destroyed, unless enuto ho shewn to
tlio contrary within one month from the
date hereof,
R.W. ARMSTRONG,
Deputy Registrar
Land Registry Ofllce,
New "Westminster, Oth Feb., I8S7.
rl-fofiml
Every Man to bis own Business
.A..   FEELE,
PRACTICAL
CHEMI8T& DRUGGIST,
COLUMBIA   STREET
(OPP   COLONIAL HOTEL),
NBW   WESTMIHSTER.  B. 0.
Physicians' Prescriptions and Fam-
Ily Rcclneia Bpcclaltf.
N   15. — Only Uouulno Droga uaed.
Ovor twenty vcara'experience.    mr2H
3STOT1CE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
HI) dnys after dnte we Intend in-iking
appl tout Ion In tbe Chief CommlHsloner of
Lands and Works for permission to Ir-usi
for tlmberliiB pnrponeii the following des*
crllied Iniult sliuuleon the nialnlnml of
llrltlsh Columbia, Const lUstrlct:
Commencing nt tho ■otith-eiiHterly end
of a Inke, which lake Is about 2% miles
enstorly from n point on the enstcrryshore
line nf Longhbough Intel, which point
boars nhout East from Reaver Creek;
thenco us follows: South Sll chains, Kast HO
Chnins, North 81) ehnins, West 40 chnins,
North *;Q ehnins, West 40chains, North 40
chnins, Went 10 chnins. North 40 chnins,
West 40 oh nine, North 80 chains, West 80
chnins, Houth to the shorn line of a lake;
thence smith-custody, following shore
line of lake to Its Inlet., thonee East to tho
shore Hue of (he first mentioned Inke,
tlicnco north-unstcrly, following shore
Hue to point of commencement; said
tract containing ubout 1B00 aores, more or
let's.
ROYAL CITY PIANINO MILLS CO.
[Limited],
.TOIIN HENDRY, Manager.
New Westminstor, Feb.2l8t, 1887. dfe21ml
Sailj) glriti*h Columbian
Public Notice
In Minster Mie Library,
muK UNDERSIGNED (IJHANKH TQ
I Mioklmlnoss ninl normlaslon ol tho
Mavor nml 'JltvCnuncllHwo weoks .so
ro-oriuiiril llio Publio Library, nml Inkos
Mils opiioi'linilly lo offornn Invltntlon to
realilonla ol Now Westminstor to pay liim
a visit, rnjiors anil Mngnslnos from nll
dlrri'ttoiiH tiro received for natrons .nd
vlsllnrs, nml moro will be adaocl In ense a
reuHonnlile su|i|ioil Is obtnlncil. Tho
tormsaro SOconunmontli,m arlranee.ns
|iaiiors,.ve,,nii' nalil forln advanee. This
will union it' lo about Dconts a dny, or Hie
eosl. of one eltioy tor seven dnys permission
to soo news from nllovorlhoworld,and
elctrnnt books wlileli may bo chanced
everv 21 hours! There Is no compulsion
about tli Is, lint those who believo In sot-
tine In out of tlie min and who oan enjoy
a decent Ure will doubtless appreciate this
Institution. I.tulles nnd strnnaer* nre free,
so douhtlcss nil llic pnrtlos who believo In
Blue lllbboii will como forwnrd at onco
nnd Join this nttrnctlvo \nfnilr, bolh for
their own credit nod thnt of others. Com*
one, como till, nml you will bo attended to
by one who ran soup alt classes,vl..!
Yours Respectfully,
HENRY W. imoilEP.
New Wesl. A,uir. 20, Intnl. dnnlMIe
Tuesday Kv»ll(, MMCt I, IHI.
It wm a remarkablo hot tbat
Messrs. Orr and Ladner were absent during tbe debate upon the
Sumas Dyking act repeal bill in tbe
house yesterday. Tbey were probably talking over campaign incidents
in the lunchroom. The real interests of their district do not seem
to occupy too much of their attention.— Colonist.
It is reported that some professed,
friends of temperance will vote for
Mr. Chisholm because they are not
sure Mr. Trapp will carry out his
temperance professions. Suppose
they ure uot sure, they may be perfectly sure that Mr. Chisholm is
opposed to the cause they profess to
have ut heart, How many persons
in tbe liquor business are going to
vote for Trapp! You will find every
man of them, unless influenced by
personal antipathy, polling his vote
solidly for Chisholm.
The Toronto Mail thinks the
time has arrived when a halt should
be called in the granting of public
moneys to what it calls "wild-cat
railway schemes," and we fully agree
in this opinion. Since 1882, says
our cotemporary, "upwards of $11,
000,000" have been applied to doubtful railway enterprises; and the
question which comes to the consideration of the projectors of these
schemes is not whether they will
pay as a commercial enterprise, but
will tiie government grant a sub
vention! There never was any
question in the minds of independent men respecting the purpose
for which many federal bonuses
liave been given. They were given
to influence votes.
The Russian government has contracted a loan of 25,000,000 rubles
with a Paris firm for the construction of the Ferekop Canal in Southern Russia. M. Louis Oaisseau, a
French engineer of Suez Canal fame,
is to be the ohief engineer. The
canal will establish a direct communication between the River Don,
the Black Sea, and the Sea of Azov,
and will also be the medium of connecting several South Russian railway lines. It will be of considerable strategical importance, but its
commercial significance will be still
greater, as it will enable coal to be
brought from the rich mines in the
vicinity of the River Don to the
Black Sea, where their selling pries
will be lower tlian that of English
coals, which at present are the only
kind used at Constantinople and
the Black Sea ports,--Scientific
American.
We aro glad the legislature has
taken energetio measures to suppress
the disgraceful outrages which have
been perpetrated on the Chinese
by the Vancouver mob. Such lawless acts of violence against men
who were blameless in the eyes of
the law, and who were offering no
menace to nny person, could not be
overlooked without danger of covering the province with disgrace in
the eyes of the world and bringing
about international complications of
a most embarrassing kind. It is
generally believed that most of the
Vancouver officials secretly sympa
thise with thon who have been
guilty of these outrages. If they
had stood firmly for law and justice,
tho events of whioh we complain
would probably not have occurred.
The prompt suspension of these
officials was, therefore, quite justified, The Ohinese in this country
must receive the protection of the
law.
Regulations respecting the cutting of timber on preempted or
publio lands across the line do not
seem to be much less restrictive
than those enforced in our own territory. It is held by the courts there
that a person who pre-empts public
lands may cut timber for hiB own
use, but cannot sell or dispose of it
at all unless it has been out in the
ordinary way of clearing land for
the purpose of .tillage. To make
good the claim under this exception
it becomes necessary for the pre-
emptor to show clearly that the land
from which timber has been removed and sold is actually ina
Btate for cultivation. If he cannot
do this, the law provides a heavy
penalty, because it presumes the
timber to have been taken fraudulently. We understand that the
Canadian regulations relating to
crown lands have been interpreted
in a similar way, and the same
prinoiple is being followed in dealing with Dominion lands in this
province.
A VAST CAMP.
Poland one Living Nest or Itus-
' Blan Soldiers—A Dangerous Situation.
HARSH MKASURKS OF   Till', QKI1-
MAX BOVKBXMEXT-COKilf 10X
FOK IKKUlill.
AUanadlun Romance—Jeffrey l.t'ivis
Sets Her Divorce.
SEVERAL HUNDRED MINERS KILLED.
By Associated Proas.
A   l'ANAMAN):iOMAXC'H.
Mo.NTitEAi,, Mar. L—A young married man, named Bertliituuuo, loft
Terrebonne, Quo., 15 years ago, for
California tn seek his fortune, tuul a
year later his wifo received news of
his death. About two years later the
woman married ono of tho most promising merchants of tho villago and has
lived with him ever sinco. A fow days
ago Bcrtluaume turned up and the
matter having beon loft to him tho
Cure has decided that tho woman
must live with Berthiaume.
A UAB1USOX USDHI! KEVol.T.
London, Mar. 1.—Dispatches received hero from Sofia say that tho
troops of the garrison of Silistria revolted yeaterday evening and pronounced against tho regency. Troops
are marching to Silistria from Huts-
cbuk, Varna, and Shumla to quoll the
mutiny. Oreekoff and Kalecluef,
members of tho Bulgarian delegation,
who visited tho various European governments, bavo arrived at Sofia from
.Constantinople, whicli was the last
oity visited by thein during their tour.
They Btato tho Porte's attitude toward
the regency is encouraging. Tho
Prince of Wales lias arrived in Loudon.
He is well and hearty.
ami.  onivBiiiNu.
Rome, Mar. 1.—Tremors continue
to be felt in tho Italian riveria but no
additional damage has beon done.
BOl'LANGEtt TO BE DISMISSED.
London, Mar. 1.—Parliament has
been asked to grant another quartor of
a million pounds for expenses of tho
navy. A dispatch from Paris this
afternoon to the Exchange Telegraph
Co. says it is stated there that Prince
Bismarck intends to request President
Grevy te dismiss Oon. Boulanger from
the ministry.
THE ACADEMY SOLD.
Niw York;, Mar. 1.—The tadomy
of music was Bold to-day at auction at
real estate exchange to Win. B. Dins-
mere for J300,000.
AHEBICAN AID foil SOCIALISTS.
Beblin, Mar. 1. — Tho National
Zeilung says tho third donation of
92,500' has boon received from American socialists to assist in the election
of socialistic candidates to the roich-
stag.
A DEADLY EXI'LOSION.
Paris, Mar. 1.—An explosion occurred to-day in tho Beaubean colliery
at Stetienno. It is roported several
hundred minors wero killed.
WRECKED AT SEA.
London, Mar. 1.—The steamship
Valparaiso from Liverpool for Valparaiso wns wrecked to-day off Vigo,
Spain. The vessel had on board two
hundred parseugers, all of whom with
the mails were saved.
ANOTHER BOODLE!! OOKB.
N«w York, Maroh. 1.—jSi.Ald.
O'Neil wa. taken to Sing Sing prison
this morning. Ho wns too much prostrated to say much, but to frienda protested his miiocenco,nss&rting it would
.oon be proved.
AN INTERESTISII LETTER.
New York, Mar. 1.—The I'osl's
Rochester despatch says tho publication is permitted of tho following extract from a private lottor written liy
Sir Richard Cartwright of Canada to
his son in this city: "The situation is
mixed; wo hnvo niado large ;(;iiiis and
shall probably bo able to defeat Sir
John whon the house meotu but, are
not strong enough to compel Inm to
resign offhand. At present »c arc
juat even, but he will ry a verv .null
majority from Uritish IV inibm. Wc
will unseat Sir John for Kingston as
soon as court sit.."
brio Asuoar.
San Fhanoisco, Fob. .28.—Tlio
brig Selena, which left this pint .inn.
29 for Silo, Sntulwiclt Islands, ran
ashore ot Point of Destination, Feb.
21, and wna totally wrecked, Sho had
a cargo of general merchandise, ani
was owned in thia city.
JEFFREYS LEWIS   OBIS    HEll    lllVollCE,
San Fhanoisco, FoU. 2S —.*lis.
Maltl.nd, bottor known as Jeffreys
Lewi., the actress, was to-day grant 1
^divorce from J. A. Maiilaud on the
ground of Iho latter.- cruelty and failure to support her. Mnitland is in
Australia. It is stated tlint- Harry
Mainhnl!, well known in Ihratiica!
circles, will marry Miss Liwiti nt nn
earl* date.
suiri'iNit.
San Francisco, Fori: 28.— Cleared.
■hip Kate Davenport, Port Townsend;
str. Oolumbia, Astoria ;ni r. San Pedro,
Tacoma.
RUSSIA   CONUESlRATINil    HUH   FORCES
New York, Feb. 28.—Tho Star's
London correspondent cables: Tho
outlook in tho east grows hourly moro
threatening. The Times publishes a
a lotter from a correspondent at Vienna to the offect that tho rolnlinns of
Russia with Germany nnd Austria arc
severely strained, and, what is more
important, no further nttempti aro
made in ofUoial circles to conceal the
faet. Despatches from other sources
confirm thia. Tho Leraiuli Herald,
whose special correspondent, have recently been  mnking closo Inquiries
into the Russian armaments, declares
that the Russian-force now concentrated in central Asia, equipped for
active service in the field, numbers
fully 300,000 men of all arms. : Of
these, three divisions of 50,000 to 00,-
000 men each aro ready to march on
Afghanistan at a few days' notice.
Reports have been received of plenty
of itussian troops which are massed in
Russian Poland, respecting which it
has been difficult to obtain, information. Theae reports prove that Russia has made enormous preparations
for an offensive war. Poland is described as one vast camp of armed
men.
BRITISH OKAIN MABEST.    <
London, Feb. 28.—The Matte Lane
Express, in it. review of British grain
trade during < the past week, aays:
" Native wheat in both London and
provincial markets is steady at previous ratea. Sale, of Engliah wheat
during the week, 40,471 quarters.
Corn ia weak. Barley and oats were
dull and declined 3d. Linseed was Is.
cheaper.
A DARINO ROBBERY.
St. Lotus, Feb. 28.—Signor Cohen, a well-known diamond broker,
horseman and bookmaker of Chicago,
was robbed of 9100 in money and
83,000 worth of diamonds in a
Pullman sleeper on the Iron Mountain road last night, while on his way
from Memphis to Chicago.
HARSH MEASURES,
Berlin, Feb, 28.—A despatch Irom
Strasburg to the Pott announce, that
the government has issued orders for
the dissolution of the union of the
Alsatian choral societies, it being suspected tho union assisted the French
league of patriots; also, forbidding
French military men to stay in Alsace-
Lorraine except on speoial permits,and
that societies whose rules forbid the
admission- of Germans to their membership or society be dissolved. The
same law is considered to deal with
French emissaries.' The advocates of
offectiveGermsnisation desire the temporary suspension of electoral righta
in Alsace-Lorraine, German education
in primary schools, and government
administration in plsce of municipal
councils. The Hanoverscner Courier
says: " Alsatians must blame themselves. The elections were to be applicable to their provinces of laws of
nhsolute dictatorship. When made to
understand that another war with
Franco will ba the cumplete ruin of
their province, Alsatians perhaps will
be ready to vote for German candidates. " On the other hand, the Boer-
sen Courier contends that the real conquest of the'province must be the
work of a generation, and demands
patience. If adds-,. "Their feeling
of patriotism to-day ihown toward
France will revert to Germany when
tho justice of German rule effaces from
tho minds of the people the effeots of
two centuries of French domination.
A NEW TELEGRAPH CO.
New York, Feb. 28.—The certificate of incorporation of the Net York
Southern Telegraph company was lied
to-day.   It states that its capital is
81,000,000.
THE    GOVERNMENT    AND    ABCHBISHOF
OEOEE.
London, Feb. 28.—A rumor is pub-
liahed in this evening's papers to the
effect that the cabinet had decided to
prosecute Archbishop Croke for advocating the non-payment of tales,
caused a temporary sensation in Uw
houso of commons. Wm. Johnston,
Orange leader, asked Sir Michael
Uicks-Beach what tne government intended to do regarding the .rchbiahop.
Sir Michael declined to aay more than
that the question wu engaging the
attentie-n of the government. Parnellites greeted the reply with derisive
laughter. The report is disbelieved
in ollloial circles.
COERCION FOR IRELAND.
The opinion is going ronnd that the
ministry has no intention of courting
an overwhelming disaster in Inland;
A number of conservstivo member, of
parliament who aro impatient over the
delay iu adopting coercion measures
will meet In.morrow to tnko concerted
action with tho object of inducing conservatives to combino in compelling
the government to take some decisive
steps.
Vlini'l.AlMIXO  TIIE  PLAN OF CAUPAION.
Prius, Feb. 28.—The executive
ims .iuihnris.il sll local magistrates to
proclaim every plan of campaign meeting and lo demand the aasletann of
It.e military and police without await-
iiut sanction from headquarters. David Sheehy, M. P. for South Gslway,
will he removed from the office ol
nhrriffuf Limeriok for presiding at a
" plan of campaign" meeting.
THII TALE OF OF THE KDRVIVORS.
London, Feb. 28.—The surviving
p ut'cngor. snd crew of the British
emigrant ship Kapunda, whieh was
sunk in collision off the coast of Brasil
ttt Jan. 20, when over 300 pusone
were drowned, have arrived at PI*-
m ulh. They confirm the statement
tliat thc bark Ada Mclmere, with
which tho Kapunda collided, hid no
lielllB.
  - i ...  i ■.iiiet-e
T'no Great French Remedy, Dr. 1st.
Due's Periodical Pills, The* Pfusare
coiuTToundctl from the purest o*ruga, aad
from those only which are known to aet
upon the Generative Organs in Svatalea,
Thoy are first enclosed in an air-tight
capsule, and by till, means nude to retain their fnll strength for years in any
cllmato. Ask ua for private circular.
A. M, llBuiiisn k SS. 8. On-.-nst.Oo,,
New Westminstor; T. McNeeley, Ladner's Landing; If. McDowell * Co., Vancouver; Phnhnry * Co.,' Nahaimot T.
ricknnl, Denmsn Island) A. R, Joknsm
&Co„ Chemainus; R, 11. KlohircWli
Cowiehnu; W. E. McCartney k Bro.,
Vancouver ami Kainloop.; Hartlng. Saw
Mill Co., Vancouver! The Vancouver
Drug Co., Vancouver; J. ft, Lovell, Yelei
W. R.•Mcgaw. Priest Valleyi H.r" '
It Co., Kainloops; LANOLEt
wholesale agents, Victoria. §ttih} jfritiah dtolttmbian
Taetfar Evening. ■arch 1, issi.
A Government Crisis!
Our esteemed cotemporary of the
Viotoria Thin seems to find con
siderable. consolation in the vote
which took place last Friday in the
provincial legislature. An appeal
was taken from the ruling of the
speaker, and by a vote of the house
the speaker was sustained on a division of 13 to 11. The Times magnifies the incident into a political
crisis, and declares that the conscientious sense of duty which animated
Mr. Bole and some other members
of the opposition was the only thing
that saved the government from defeat, and even then it waB a vory
narrow escape. The Times must
think its readers are idiots if they
are going to swallow such stuff. The
question at issue was not one that
affected the government at all, but
simply the ruling of the chair. In
the debate the following opposition
members spoke in favor of sustaining the chair: Messrs. Beaven, Bole,
Grant, Semlin, and McLeese. These
are the men whose "conscientious
sense of duty saved the government."   Alas, poor governmentl
Another Daniel.
We must ask our local cotemporary to excuse us for passing by unnoticed hiB leading article of last
Wednesday wherein he undertakes
to demolish the pleas upon whioh
the Columbian asked for the election of Mr. Trapp in preference to
Mr. Ohiaholm. The article did not
escape our observation, but other
matters have hitherto claimed our
attention, and we propose to say n
few words now in reply to our
Ohurch-st cotemporary. There are
only two questions, says our cotemporary, on which the Columbia*!
finds fault with Mr. Chisholm—tho
Ohinese labor question and the question of temperance. But, because
Mr, Ohisholm appeared before the
Ohinese commission and warned it
of the danger of permitting unrestricted Chinese immigration, our
cotemporary asks its readers to believe he has a perfectly clean record
on the Ohinese question. Wo have
already pointed out the fallacy of
this sort of reasoning, and need
not now repeat. It is the convic-
tira of most people that any man
who is largely interested in the employment of Ohinese is a very unsafe man to entrust, with the representation of this 'district in the
house of commons at a time when
the question ot Ohinese restriction
is almost sure to be brought forward.
Turning to thejtemperance question
our cotemporary says Mr. Ohisholm
"has clearly followed in the sti
of Mr. Foster and Mr. Blake," i
with this he drops the subject But
the statement is utterly at variance
with the facts. The Hon. Mr. Foster has for years been not only a
total abstainer, but a very active
and successful worker in the temperance cause. Hon. Mr. Blake has
also been for years (fourteen years
we believe) a total abstainer, and
hat publicly declared that he stands
ready to co-operate heartily with
any person, whether political friend
or foe, for the accomplishment of
the great temperance reform which
hai so thoroughly enlisted hiB sympathies. Now what part of Mr.
Ohisholm's temperance record justifies the assertion that he "has
clearly followed in the steps of Mr.
Foster and Mr. Blakef He has
followed the employment of saloonkeeper, a business whioh in this age
of the world no one can engage in
without hindering the cause of temperanoe and moral reform. There
is nothing in common between Mr.
Ohisholm and these men, and the
comparison of our cotemporary is
ridioulous. But our cotemporary
dost not stop here. Listen: "His
high commercial position here, and
hit known independence will secure
for Um universal respeot at Ottawa." It would be a waste of words
to reply to this. The idea of a
saloon-keeper from British Oolumbia
being received with universal respect et Ottawa because of his "high"
commercial position! How many
saloon-keepers are there among the
pntent members of parliament!
When it comet to be learned at the
capital that tht man who represents
the finest distriot of British Oolumbia owes hit "high" commercial
standing to hit saloon, what opinion
will inch men at Sir Charles Tup-
Bnt, Hon. Mr, Foster, Hon. Edward
lake, and the people of the east
generally form of British Oolumbia!
WiU it not be a shame and a disgrace- forever to thit fair land, now
reaching ont itt hands for immigration, and hoping to receive among
thot* who oome many of the better
SlkmJM ■,' But bur cotemporary says
Mr. Trapp would he a failure as a
rspirtBsa-Utive, and why! Beoause
he "it an Englishman, and like all
hit uoTUitrTnrtn, it incapable of com
j^eod^Oanadianpotitics.'' Well,
wt iB-mota thii Mttlts it, and
Itavtt ntth mow to be taid. Mr.
Trapp hat tpent the best of his
«an in Canada, and nbout ten of
th«m in thit provinct; bnt ht it an
"    an, and, therefore, he is in-
asroTiaE.
VTOTIOE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
St I have made application to tne Ohief
Commlssionerof Lands and Works for a
license to cut and carry away timber oh
and from the following described lands In
New Westminster District: -
Commencing nt a point situated on the
East shoro of Gambler Island, Howe
Sound, distant 12S chnins Nortii from the
Southern extremity of the said Island;
theuco duo West to the coast; thenoe following the coast Hno around the Southern point, back to the placo of commencement. W. L. JOHNSON.
New Westminster, S. C, Feb. 15,1SS7.
dfc]5ml 	
UaicW Voters!
New Westminster District.
ANY PERSONS WHOSE NAMES DO
not appear on the present Dominion
or Provincial Voters' List, such names
having either boen struck oir or having
been omitted after mnking proper application, will oblige by sending In Iholr
nnmes to the undersigned, as It is Intended to take steps lo have the lists completed and to make arrangements so that In
future no names, onco on the list, shall he
struck off except tu accordance with law.
ALEX. HAMILTON,
P. 0. Box 185.
New Westminster, Feb. 21,1887.   feHdOwS
Wood and Coal.
THE SUBSCBIDER HAS ON HAND A
large quantity of
BEST WELLINGTON LUMP COAL
And on assortment of
CORD WOOD,
Which he will sell at lowest rates. He
will also promptly attend to all kinds of
Orders (oft at Mr. McColl's Btoro on Columbia street, or at my house, Douglas
Btreet, wilt meet with prompt attention.
HENRY ELLIOTT.
Now Westminster B. C. JlylQte
Traders Ibr a Uremic tu CM Timber on
Da minion Lands In lhe Province
of British Colnmbia.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to the
undersigned, nnd mnrked "Tenders
for a Timber Berth," will be received at
this ofllce until noon on Monday, the 28th
of March next, for Timber Berth No. 22 of
twelve squnro miles,situated on the north
fork of tho Illcclllewnct River; and also
Timber Berth No, 23 of ten squnre miles,
situated on the Illeclllewuet Hlver, ln the
Province of British Columbia.
Sketches showing the position approximately of these berths, together wllh the
conditions on which they will be licensed,
may be obtained in this Depnrtment, or
atthe Crown Timber Offices nt Winnipeg,
Calgary, North-West Territories, and New
Westminster, Britisli Columbia.
A. M. BURGESS,
Deputy of the Minister of thu Interior.
Department of the Interior,
Ottawa, llth Feb.,1687.       dfeUlS
WANTED
PURCHASERS FOR
Marine & Stationary Engines, Boilers, Pumps, Inspirators, In-
lectora, etc.,
Bteam Fitters', Gas Fitters- and Plumbers'
■ - Braw ami Iron Goods, all kinds of Ml*-
55.1! Hock Drill*. HolMinn flnrlilnery,
Drill  Steel,   Machinery Steel,  Picks,
Shovels, Iron A Steel wire Hope, Rubber Hose, etc.,
■nilway A Contractor-,' General tap-
Sites. Scrapers, Cms, Angle and
or Iron and Steel, Crow-burs, Portland
Cement. Rooting Paper, Building
Paper. Flre-nroof Hooflng Cement, etc.,
Iron A Wood-working Machinery.
Shafting, Pulleys, Chucks. Lnthes, Pinners, Leather Ilcltlnt*, Tin Plate and
Corrugated Iron Elbows, Axe, Pick,
Fork and Hammer Handles, Best
White Oak 5-gal., lO-gal., 15-gal., *>gal.
Kegs, Geo. L. Wood A Son's celebrated
New York Varnishes, Chapman Sons A
Co.'b Fish Bait (TO kinds), Ono new
Unit's Safr, One new Pool Table.-*Apply
to P. WELCOME McCRADY,
Mechanical Draughtsman A Contractor.
«ar Plans and Specifications for Boats,
Buildings, Machinery, etc., carefully prepared. McKenssik St.
New Westminster. B. a, Jan. 25, '87.
- dwja26to	
*-^-J CUrtsf Worm BitinnlMtor
«W|«<llMWtWiPWCkMl*f.
Dominion Elections!
DATES OF MEETINGS.
7 HEREBY GIVE NOTICK THAT I
1 will hold the following Political meetings, to which I extend a conl Ial invitation
to any other Candidates (and their friends)
who may be In the field;
I'ort Moody, 17th Fob., 7:30 p,m„ Clark's
Maple Ridge, 18th Feb., 2:)(0 o'clock,
Town Hull.
Fort Langley, lllth Feb., 2 o'clock, Town
Surrey,21st Feb., 2o'clock, Town Hnll
»»,_!--     ill... .....I.   ..IJaaIi   .. ..*    Tf.WH Ifn
ElKin, 21st Pcb,7 o'clock 11 m.Town Hall.
Langley Pralrlo, 22nd >'eb, " "-«-•-»-
Bchool Ho
, 2 o'olock,
Aldcrgrove, 2Snl Fob, 2 o'olock, Hall or
Sohool Houae. ■_.     „      .   .
Upper Sumas, 2Mh Feb, 12 o'olock,
School House.
Iawor Sumns, 2lth Fob, 7 o'clock p nt,
School House,
Clillllwhnck, 25th Fob, 2 o'clock, Henderson Hnl).   ■
Delia, 211th Feb, 2 o'clook, Publie Hall.
Richmond,. .1st March, 2 o'clook, Town
N.w Wostmlnster, March 2nd, 7:80, Drill
Shed
Moodyville, March 3rd, 12:80, Mechanic
Institute
Vancouver, March 3rd, 7:30 p m, City
Ball.
dwfolOtd T. J. TRAPP.
Woods, Turner Ss GamUe
LAND SURVEYORS,
Mon
POWDER
Absolutely Pure.
This powder never varies. A marvel of
purity, strength and wholesomenesB. More
economical than the ordinary kinds, and
cannot be sold ln compeiltlon with the
multitude of low test, short weight alum
or phosphate powders. Sold only In cans.
Royal Baking Powdkk Co,, 106W»1I S*u,
Sfely
HACK FOR HIRE.
THE UNDERSIGNED has established
himself In the City ol Now Westminster with a FIRST-CLASS
COVERED CARRIAGE,
Whlrb I. open for Engagements nl
very moderate Charges.
Ordors loft nt tho Colonial Hotel or sent
by telephone, will be promptly attended
to day or night. Slnblo next II. Elliott's
JOS. CATES.
Tolephono No. 89. mylte
Fire, Life, Accident ft Marine
Insurance.
Dominion Express Comp'y, Id.
Saltern (JsnsdUn Bilk Motes
Bought and Hold,
COLUMBIA STREET,
Telephone S3,        MW WUTMI»STR»,
df.7t.
The British Columbia
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
Furnishes nil Kinds or Help
Free of Charge.
OUR BUSINESS MOOT,
D
.0 YOU WANT TO BUY OR HEM. A
Business, take a partner, etc.
PICKERING & GO.
OFFICE: Fort Street,.between Douglns
and Broughton, VICTORIA, B. 0. P. O
box 634. • mh»
•JT-TOTIOB.
CANCELLATION of RESERVE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the ReservsJ, notice whereof wns published ln tho "British Columhlu Gazette,"
and dated the 7th day of August, 1884, has
boen cancelled hy nn Onler of His Honour
the Lieutenant-Governor In Council, ap*
firovedon the Oth day of December, 1886,
n so far as It relates to thc lands In New
Westminster District which constitute
tho townsite of Unit lugs, Burrard Inlet.
for tbe purposo of salo in lots or blocks at
tpubllq.auction, and for no other purpose.
'-'-•*.-■. WM. SMITHE,
Chief Commissioner of Lands «t Works,
Lands tk Works Depnrtment,
Victoria, a C„ December 9th, 1886.
d-deltm*.
]STOETH
G0 3sAFAk.2X"Sr
Capital, $3,000,000-   losses
Paid, «48,OOO,O0O
Rates as Low as any other
Company doing Business
in British Columbia.
tar Risks promptly taken, and Losses
satisfactorily adjusted.
T.R. PEARSON,
dMTto (B. U.S. * P. C.) AOENT.
JOHN S. COX,
IMPORTER * DEALER IN
ANNOUNCEMENT
Change of Business.
TJAVING DISPOSED OF MY BOOK
XI and Stationery Business In this city
to Mr. David Lyal, I take this opportunity, on behalf of myself and those who
have been associated in business with me,
ot thanking my customers for their very
liberal patronage. Mr. Lyal, who ls a
practical business mnn, will continue to
carry on the concern for his own benefit,
and I eau confidently recommend him to
my customers and the publio generally.
T. R. PEARSON.
New Westminster, Feb. 17tli, 1887. dflSm
tclephoh Call Ha, 8.
P.O. MX 71
IT COSTS NO MORE TO KEEPOOOD
Fowla than It does to keep poor Fowls.
My Breeding Pons nre equnl to nny In
the united btate. or Canndn.
I propose to furnish Eggs from premium
and flrst-class Fowls, my design being to
establish a reputation that will Inst.
VAhlETIEB OF FOWLS:
Whit. Cr.at.il Blaek Pol.lh,
BlMk Spanleh,
bawi.tiang*, .
Lm Fl.ch.,
•Ilrer Spangled Hamburgh,
Whit, aad Brown Leghorn.,
Ilondan.,
Light Brahmaa,
Tit Game.,
Plymouth Rook,
Partridge Cochin,,
Rouen and Ayle.bury Dneka,
Tonlsn.. G..M.
SPAdlSB UMiB BABBITS.
Cash must accompany all order.,
Address, with stomp,
JOHN B, COX,
dwf«7lo NewW.stntls.ter
WM McCOLL,
.tasral lUiis,!
Dry Goods, Men's Furnishings,
Groceries & Provisions.
LUNDBOM'S BLOCK, Oolumbia St
■Mt HAMMOND
NURSERY
Frnlt Trees,
ornamental Trees,.
Small Fruits,
And OARDEN STOCK on hand In great
variety,
Everything flrst-class nnd furnWied ln
good shape,
a. W.HENRY,
dw-deiete Fort Hammond, B. C.
WALSH'S
TAILORING
EMPORIUM
Columbia St., New Wostmlnster.
HAVINO JUST RECEIVED ODRNEW
Fall aud Winter Stock, we invite ln
spectlon of the finest selection of
English, Scotch, German, French,
and American
8UITINQ8.HN
Ever shown In New Westminster.   For
a GOOD FIT and artistic style we defy
competition.
dnoSOte THOS. WALSH.
Look Here!
rF YOD WANT TO MAKE  A NICE
PRESENT
To a friend or relative, go down to STIR-
SKY'S and look at Rome of thom extra*
•rdluary bargain* fn
ladles' and Gentlemen's Gold and
SIlTer Watches, Chains,
Charms, etc., etc.
Or If you want a useful ornament for your
houae, examine thoso beautiful May
Ntrlklng Clocks, with cathedral gongH.
He Is selling at BOTTOM PRIOES.
Fine Watch KciMlrlnga Hpcclalty, and
good workmanship guinnnteeu.
ew Remember the   plaoe-tho "Blue
Store."
dwaullyl
Columblu St, New West
GUARDIAN
Insurance Com'y
Ot LONDON, ENG.
Total Funds, $18,000,000
driABL'-r}
ESTABLISHED 1821
Risks Taken at Rates
as Low as any other
Reliable Comp'y.
T. R, PEARSON,
(loo7to       (B, C. ft A P. Co.) AGENT.
DOUGLAS & DEIGHTON,
Manufacturers and Importers of
Harness, Saddles, Bridles, Whips, etc.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0.
dw-Jly31to
W.ft. AUSTIN,
DEALEB IN
COLUMBIA STREW,
Opposite O P R Depot.
A First-Class Hotel
GHARQESJAODERATE.
P. 0. BILIADKAVX, •   Proprietor.
djrtto
hm\ limkk!
AUrg.AHOrt-n.ntor
DRY QOODS
-AND-
GROCERIES
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Hay and Feed.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
won as* wai Mim-ira to
ani pabt *v tm crrr.
W. ran two stage, ilal ly.eiceptsundays,
to Colt Moody, carrying 1I.M.B. mails,
As no I Iqunr or tobiwoo )B uaej} we can by
temperate habit. (Wid carelul economy
Mm tb. publio at Mpeolally low raws,
dwxinto
D. S. CURTIS & CO.
Wholesale and Retail
DRUGGISTS.
New Westminster, B. G.
mhlOto
ELECTORS
New Westminster District,
GENTLEMEN:—I have already an*
noueeil myself as n eiimlUlate for the sont
miule vacant hy tlie death of our late representative, nnd as no election has taken
plnee to till that vacancy. I now oiler my-
nelt at this, the General Election.
As it ls my Intention to visit and hold
public meetings In every settlement of
tho dlslrlet. before election day, I Will
merely In this address refer to the different subjects that aro vltnl to our interests
ns a district and province, which will be
discussed at length on the public platform,
when I hope all aspirants for the honor
of representing you in the Commons will
be present and take pan In the discussion,
of which due notice will bo given.
The foi lowing are some ofthe most important questions that will have my serious consideration:
Tke Improvement ofthe Navigation of
Fraser Kiver.—'i'ho New Westminster
Board of Trade hnvo, with the assistance
of our lato representative, been successful
In obtaining a small appropriation. <pr
this purpose, which lit* been nxlpended
the past fall; and It -will be tho duty of
your representative to secure such annual
grants as will suffice to complete this lm*
tiortant work, which will enable ships of
he heaviest draught to navigate the Frasor river at all stages of the tide, and all
seasons of the yenr.
MqnatferH' Ultima.-With reference to
this matter there has been gross neglect
on the pnrt of tlie Dominion Government,
and I am of tho opinion that those settlers who located iheff'land under instructions from what ls known as Mr,
Trutch's pamphlet, should secure tho
titlo thereto froe of chunre—tuul the fact
that settlers havo been unable ti secure,
their titles has noted very detrimentally
to the interests of tlie province generally,
and (if elected) I will be unceasing In my
efforts to secure the adjustment of every
claim in the district.
Hallway Bombo-Another very Important matter in connection with our district ls railway connection with our neigh*
hors south of the line, Several charters
to connect this city nnd district with the
American system of railways have been
granted by our local legislature, but were
unfortunately disallowed by the Dominion Government (doubtless through the
Influenco of the C, P. R.) Tho position
hitherto held by the Dominion House Is
now untenable, und the monopoly olause
of the C. P. H. will have to be dono away
with. Should this bo done thore Is no
reason why railway construction should
not commence ln the near future, as our
American cousins are ready and willing
to commence work as soon as the way Is
opon. I need only say that I shall uso iny
best endeavors to obtain snid railway connection and tho abolition of the monopoly clause,
■allway «rlevances.-Tlio C. P. it have
maintained excessive rates for local traflic
In this provinco nnd to points as far east
as Winnipeg. This is not as lt should be,
and Is one of tho reasons why that great
corporation should bo taught that it Is not
the only powor in tho lund, but that lt
nJuKt bo mado mil-servient to the Interests
of the people.
Telegraphs and Hallways,—I nm of tbe
opinion that all telegraphs mid railways
should be owned and operated by the
government ln tho Interests of the people,
as Is partially the caso In England, Germany and elsewhere, ami slmllfif elected)
do all I. can to bring about this very de
sirable state of things,
The Malls,—I Bhall use my	
to havo all settlements on the south side
of iho river supplied regularly with their
malls from Ladner's Landing by way of
the Grand Trunk road to Chilliwhack nnd
any other places nntnlready supplied with
mall accommodation.
Ilie Tcuiperoiirc Qui-*!Ion.—Upon this
question I feel very warmly nnd sympathize most heartily with all those who are
anxious to do awny with tho evils caused
bv the liquor traffic nnd shall (If elected)
five my hearty support to any measures
hat may bo Introduced to advance tills
vory desirable object,
The Chlnene Qaestlan.-Wltb rt>gurd to
to tliis question, I consider it nn unmixed
evil, yet at tho samo time one of the hard-
problems that this nation hns to deal
wllh. I deem It of vital Importance that
our Legislatures, both Federal and Provincial, should do their utmost todlscour-
age this trallic, nnd at tbo same time use
all leoal means in their power to get rid of
thoscl'hinnmci. who nre already amongst
us,
The last question that I wish to bring before you is that of Independence, i again
relterat" tlie statement made by myself ln
the papers—
"In Pamirs, I am and will be thar-
unghly Independent"
Several of the H,C. pnpers liavo takon
up this statement and hnvo snid a great
many uncomplimentary things'concerning mo, such as " being on tho fence,*' " a
Grit in dl8K"lac,*' and so forth. I therefore
deem It necessary to explain what I mean
by being thoroughly Independent, loon-
sliler any member sent to Ottawa from this
Province pledged tosiipport any particular
party has allowed himself to bo fettered.
Tho greatest evils which threaten the use
fulness of tho governments of the United
States and Ciuuidn spring from phrty poll*
tics, and In the United States at the last
Eresidential election a number of tbe
est men of both parties voted Independently, and for what they considered the
best Interests of tho country regardless of
party,
As an Independent I-mul I endeavor to
voto and aot (if elected). Hist, In the Interests of my constituents; secondly, in the
Interests of the province, and faslly for
tbe general good of tho Dominion, pledging myself neither to Grit nor Tory, but
claiming tho right as a free born British
Subject to use my Influence and vote on
the side where I consider your Interests
and the interests of the nation Ilo,
I take this opportunity of soliciting the
vote and Influence of all, nnd while I shall
feel vory muoh honored If you elect me as
your representative, I trust that lime will
prove that your confidence has not been
misplaced,
I r—-'
Yours rantttritriil.v.
TRAPP.
remaln^tlem^
MSte T, /
dwhiati
To the Electors ofthe Kleetoral District of Hew WestnlMter.
GENTLEMEN:*—Shortly after the lamented death of onr late Representative,
Mr. Homer, I was Solicited by a number
of my friends, to allow myielf to be nominated ai a Candidal* for the Representation of tbe District of New Westminster ln
the Hodso or Commons of Canada, the
personal solicitation of friends, wo* shortly followed by requisitions to numerously
signed, by prominent and lnfluenlal Electors of the City and District, tbat I felt It
to be my duty to place my services at their
disposal. It Is not therefore. Gentlemen,
as a Belf-nomlnated candidate, that I ask
for your support, but I do so ln response to
the request of over four hundred of your
number,
To many of you, Gentlemen, who bave
known me for a long time. It Is unnecessary for me to say, that I am perfectly
familiar with the great and varied'resources of tbis Provinoe. My knowledge
of its Mining, Fishing, Agricultural and
Commercial advantages has been derived
from actual experience, and will (If elected) enable me to,place prominently before Parliament, the great resources of
this Province, and. tbe means necessary
to be employed to aid ln their further
development.
It Is Impossible, Gentlemen* In an address such as this to do more than allude
to some of the questions of Interest and
Importance to you. which as yonr representative, I would consider It to be my
duty to bring to tbe notice of Parliament.
I will, however, enumerate a few matters
of great Importance to us all, ln regard to
whioh lt will be my earnest endeavour to
obtain beneficial legislation.
I will endeavour to have removed from
the mouth of our noble River, every Impediment to Us free navigation, and nave
necessary lighthouses erected.
I will endeavor to secure to settlers and
squatters an Immediate title to their
lauds. This I consider to be a matter not
only of Justice, but also of expediency.
Heretofore great Injustice has been dene
to a valuable and. deserving class of our
population, to whom, had Justice been
done and facilities hflbrded for acquiring
homestead*, the results of their Industry
would, ere this, have done much to devei
op the agricultural capabilities of this flne
district. ,
I am aware, Gentlemen, that the number of representatives to which eaoh province of the Dominion Is entitled Is based
upon population; yet I believe that, owing
to exceptional circumstances, Sueh as tbe
fact tbat this province contributes to tbe
revenue of the Dominion a much larger
percentage, according to population, than
uny of tho other provinces; and alio to
the faot ihat large centres of population
are rapidly being formed ln this district-
that It Is entitled to a larger, representation in the parliament of the Dominion,
and which as a matter of Justice I will endeavor to obtain.
I will also endeavour to obtain for the
residents of this Distriot better postal
facilities, to which they are Justly.entitled.
will use my best efforts to secure equit
able rates on all railway and telemph
"nes, and to have the same fixed bylaw.
The Interests of British Columbia de
mand tbat every Impediment In the way
of constructing railways to our Southern
boundary and other portions of this distriot be removed, to aid tn the development of our resources, I will endeavor to
have this accomplished, and also to obtain aid for the const ruction of canals aod
the Improvement of navigable streams.
I will also consider It my duty to render
ull possible aid to any legislation which
seeks to simplify and render less costly
the administration of Justice, especially
as between Individuals and corporations.
My Ipolltloal platform Is. In the first
place, the Interest of British Columbia,
which I believe oan be best served by my
giving an independent support to the
present government, which nos not In the
past been unmindful of tbe Interests
of British Columbia, and to' whom we
are Indebted for the early I completion
of the railway,- whioh has brought
us Into communication wllh the Eastern
Provinces and Europe, and through
the agency of which, we will In the
near future, be plaoed ln dlreot communication with Australia, China, Japan,
nnd the Great Eastern Empire, which
must prove to be of incalculable value to
this province, and to this district In particular.
In conoiuslon, gentlemen, I hnve only
to say, that I am prompted by a sincere
-u^tr-eWbenoflt this dlstrlet and to aid -la
promoting IfS varied Interests, and I ask
your support only upon these grounds,
itlsmylntentlon to see as many of you
previous to the election as time and oir-
cumstanceswllliidmlt of In the meantime.
I remain. Gentlemen,
Vours very truly,
dwfeSld DONALD CHISHOLM.
■tTOTIOB.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT
80 daya alter dat. w. Intend ma.lnr
iiimJIcullon u> the Chief Cwninlasloner of
Landa aiid Works for a Loa.e for llnlber-
Ing purpose, of the following described
land, on tlie Lillooet River above Harrison Lake:
Tract No. 1-CommenclDB at the Northwest corner of Purcell's olalm; tluu.ee
North HI chnins, West « chains, North 40
ohalns. West 40 chains, North 40 ehalna.
West SO chains, Nortii 40ehalna, EartlvO
obalna, South 40 chains, East lOchuins,
South 40 ehalna, East 40 ehains, South au
ehains; thence to point of oomtnence-
lnenl; said tract containing lao acres,
more or loss.
Tract No. 2-Commenolng at a post set
on the East aide of .mall lake about two
mile, from Port Douglas: thenee East 40
chains, North 00ehalna, weat 40ebain>,
North 40ehalna, Weat 40ehalna, North 40
chain., We.t SO ehalna, South 40 ehalna,
East 40 chains, Booth 100 chains; thenoe to
lake, meandering around lake to place of
commencement; .aid tract - containing
1280 acres, more or l.sa.
TrnctNo.8-Commenelngat a pott aet
on the right bank of Lillooet Rivera abort
distance abov. Itt mouth; thenee VestSO
ehnins, North 40 ehalna, Weat 40ehaina,
North 40chains, West40 ohalns, North 80
chains, Eaat 00 chains, Soutli auchalna.
East 40 chains, Houtb 40 chain., laat 40
oharna, South 40 chain., Eut 90 chain.,
Soutli to point of commencement; .aid
tract containing I860 acne, moro or Imi.
Traet No. 4—Commencing at a post aet
on left bank of river obont Ave mile,
above Fort Douglas; thenoe Norlh so
ohalns, West 40 obalna, North 40 ehalna,
WesHOobalus, North 40 ehalna. Wmi 40
ehalna, Nortii 40 ehalna, Weat W chains,
South 10 chains, East 40 ehalna, South 40
chains, East 20 chains, South 40 chain.,
East 40 ohalns, Houth 40 chains, Eut to
commencement; uid tract containing
1200 acres, more or leu.
Tract, No, a-C'ommenclng ut a put on
left bunk oi Llllloet River, about 11 miles
from Port Donglua; thence North ISO
chains, Weat 40 chain., North SO chain.,
Wert 40 chain., North 40 ehalna, Weat 40
chain.. South 40 chain., But 20 chain..
South 80 chains, East 20 chains, South 80
ohalns, Enst 40 chain.. South 40 chain.;
thence Enst to point of commencement;
aaid traot containing 1440 acre., more or
lo.s,
Traot No. O-Comoi.noing at post on
right bank of river abont half mile above
tract Nats thence West 80 chains, North 90
ohalns. Wut 80 drains, South 20 chains.
Wost 40chains, Narlb, ill chains, Eut 40
chain., North 20 ehulns, East SO ehalna,
South 20 chnins, En.1»0 chains, South to
point of comro.noem.ntt said- traet containing 1440 acres, more or less.
Tract:No. 7-Cmnmenoln. a the N. W.
cornorof trantNo; 8; thence Wut SOcbalna,
North 40 chains, West 40eiulu.. South 40
chains, West 40 chains, South 4'l chains,
Eut 80 chains. South 20 ehalna, Eut So
chain., North lo polntof commencement!
aaid tract containing 000 acrea, more or
lem,
Tract No, 8—Commencing at a put aet
on the right bank or river about half mil.
below Soueum-ohuok; theno. South IN
ehalna. West 40 chains, Nortii 40 chains.
West 20 chains, North lo chains,Weat 20
ehains, Norlh 40 olinlns, Eut 80 ohalns.
South to place of commencement; .aid
tra/tcontaining800acres, moreor less.
Traot No. H-Commencing at a post aet
on left bank of river, nbout three milea
above traot No. 8: thenee North aO chains,
Weat 40 chain.. North 40ch.ln.,We.tS0
ehalna, South 80 ohalns, Eut 40 ch.lns,
South 40 ehalna, Kast to point of commencement; containing 1120 acre., more
orjesa, ,   .
Tract No. I0-Commen«lng at a poatset
on right bankof river, half mile below
large ereeki thenoe South 40 ehaln.,We.t
40 chains. South 40 chains, Weat 00 ehalna,
North ltf) ehalna, Eaat 100 chains, South
to point of commencement; said traet
containing ionaens, moreor Ims.
Traot No. 11-Comraencln'gUt a put set
on eut .Id. of Ten... Lake: th.nc. mm
00ehains, North l20ehalns,West2l)ehalns,
North 80 chain,. West to lake; theno.
along lako to place of commencement!
■aid tract containing UW) aoree,mnnor
Traot No. 12-Comm.ncingat a put aet
on mat aide of Lillooet Lakes then*. But
40obalna, North 40obalna, Eut40cbalo.,
NorthMchajn., West 40eli.ln.,Tlortb td
ehalna, Weat lo lake; thence along lake
to no nt of eoun.nMin.iil; uid traet
containing loco wm, mar. or Im,
ROTAftOltTriiAJiljip  "
Dominion Elections, 1887.
llMtoml BUIrlet of KewWetlBli-
■ten
NOTICE IH HEREBY GIVEN THAT 1
have received notice of th. appointment of Joseph Chart.. Armstrong, of tb.
Oity of New Wutmlnster, u agont .for
Donald Chisholm, a Candidate at tb.
Election now about to be held of a
member to represent th. Electoral Dlatrlet
of New We.tmln.ter In the Houh of
Common, of Canada, ln pursuance of Boo-
tlon 121 of Dominion Election. Aet, 1*14,
and Amending Aet, 1S7S.
W. I. ARMSTRONG,
dfelttd Returning Oder.
IHB INBTAOTAHMUS
INK   & STAIN
ERASER
Will remove ful Ink pr Fruit
Stains, Iron Rust, Grease or
Mould, and leave the' paper or
fabric perfectly uninjured.
TRY IT.   PRICE, Mc.
B. 0. tTAnOMRV AMMnTMM.
Na* Wntrouuter, Vancouver k Victoria
.       awnolMe
WHITE
is ring:
J AVING SECURED THK AGENCY
(or this celebrated Machine, I
wonld be pleased to Mnd one on trial to
uy paraon dtsiroue ol purohutng. The
Machine, are told on their own merlta.
Every Machine guaranteed by the Company lor Hv. year..
C.   J. "3Stt80i*S
Fruit, Confectionery ft Fancy Ghat-
wan A China Stor.,    -
ii»-;!j£    ■    >wirfit.
I,*   djaflto
PACIFIC
40HMHEN
»••- WH-miiMtr, F.D. Mk, nn
New Westminster, B. 0.
REID & GURRIE
li*ilUF»t3TUI.M*l»MTIM«f
FarmWogom,  -v
Express Wagons,
BeHitety Wagoitt,     -
Carriages,
Top Buggies,
Open Buggies,
Phaetons,
Butoier Oarts,
Dog Oarts,
Dump Oarts,
Drays,        Stages,
AND  EVERYTHING   IN   THK
VEHICLE UNE ■ y
We have a large .took ol most of
th. above article, on hand, alto a larg.
■took of W.gon and Carriage Material,
Wheel., Wood and Hardware. '    •
Kepalrlng. Painting A TrlMla*.
don. at ruaonabl. prlow.   ■■        '■ •'   :
BLACKSMITHINC
In all Its Branohn,
Estimate, given on Ironwork,' wid'
Contract, taken. Agricultural Implement, made md repaired, ud all kind,
of Ironwork for Saw Mill., Logging
Camp, and Farmer., kept In stock and
mad. to order.
llone-ShoelRR una General
Jobbing.
We also keep In .took to supply thk
trade, Iron, Steel, Chains, Cumb.rl.ud
Coal, Hone and Ox Shoes, Harrow.,
Iron and Stool Harrow Teoth, Csmiag.
Borings ud Aile., ud a couipbt. imi
of Carriage Hardware, ... I
r*ar*lu requiring wy thing In our lln.
will And byln-TWtlng our atock that
they dm't require, to j   *  	
tuptl
her..
get"what theywut,foV.*li^iiugtt.
superior artiole at  ■ rouonabl. prior
W. an abo manufacturing and tailing
the olobratod
tram bai mum nut,
At nd-md prlow;   ltUthebNtud
ohaapNtPrtaaln ttwnwkat,  .. ■
Dav. got the boat workmen to ba
promptly attandad to,
IWpaCAIMM WAS IT SUICIDE?
Mfc
iHng'tam with
" fljuir. Adam', ftwa MHtV*"
I tne* two ehadee light** than usual, end
wtth a tremor In hia hand, that .hook
theeolfeelnmycup. ,
"Hung himself*"
"Yea, ear. Lm* night, ttr. In de
orchard, an' dey do aay dat Hiss Lowlty
don't go for to get no life 'aurance now.
"By Jove I" said I, under my breath,
"that's ao I If tie old men did commit
eulolde Ida fifty thousand io.ur.nce la
gone."
My meal wu scarcely finished when
Jim Henderson, the accepted lover of
Miss Jackson, ud an old friend of mine,
entered the room. He glanced about ud
spying m» dashed forward to greet me.
"The very man ot all the world whom
I met wanted to aee I Duke, you have
not Men here' long enough for uy one
to know your profession, ud you mn
help me immensely If you will. I know
it's your vacation, but, old boy, for my
take ud Lou's I wut you to take hold
of this case.  Will your
"Cms? Myboy, of coune Iwillj but
what case* Do you meu the suicide ot
your prospective father-in-law?"
"That'sIt,exactly! You*veheardofltT"
"Vm, but what oaaeis there? If he
aulcldodMlM Lou loses his life Insurance. I'm a detective, not a lawyer. I
cannot sue the Insurance con-pules."
"No, not I Understand that," replied
Jim; " but sm here, the old mu did not
commit suicide."
"What?"saldl. _ •
"He did not ajanit suicide. The old
man wm niiu-WMr1
"By Jove; tttstt, 4 serious charge,"
said I, drawing Merer to my Mend,
" but why do yon aay so? II murder's
I'Win doue it's within nur profession, ahd
I'll do my bMt to find It out"
"Oome to my offlee," aaid Jim, "ud
I'll lay the matter fully before you."
Leading the way he left tha room and
we repaired to my friend's sanctum
across tho street There, snugly SMted
iu the backroom, over onr cigars ha
told sie the history of tha Mae.
"Duke, Squire Jackson wm to be my
father-in-law In Just two weeks. He
wai a quiet man, not wealthy, but with
a gnat notion for life insuruce, ud as
his health had always been good he
found trouble In obtaining ell'f
pay for. I auppoM that ha hu about
lifo thousand dollan now standing.
Aside from that his property wu of
email value, aot uooedlng tea thousand.
"The old gut-emu hu always Uked
me; Le»i was the only child, and naturally asough ha counted   upon   her
tm, themtkt im, te sard, fat pott.
hating hii wealth when hewu dead.
But he aad no latanttoa ol dylag yet,
for only tha day before yesterday ha
tsikS with »aa long thn aboutwhat
mprovtmente wa ahould make whan I
■me to live In tbe old houso with him.
"MotMvar, Duke, he oould not hava
lunghlmMlfMhewM found thia mora-
ng, for the rope waa tied upon a high
•ranch, ud ha could sot men lt withoat
lUmblag."
"iwtwhomdo you anpeet?" said I;
"who (-ould ula by Itr
" BuppoMtut aome one would ba hatter pleased by snr lose—Leu's and mine
-tbu by our gata. trssM aot that afford
emotive?"
" Ab, that's aar I had to admit.
" Carl Matt loved Lou. or hot money,
before I ever mat her. She refused bim
again and again, utli It waa known that
ehe liad aooepted me. Thu ha left htr.
hut before he wut ha swore to be revenged for her treatment of him. Ba
wu la Haw Orleans two yean. CM
week ego he returned. He la in town
now. Duke, I believe that mu hung
..•uir. Jtaktoa. end hung Um Intending
t<> defeat the MUoeOot?of tke life S
wr»M and to prevut Lou tram
woelvlug the money her father intended
for herr
(" Olve me three days' Ume," t aaid.
lK*dy™wm found, tna tne, ttanpe?
everything. IatroduM me u a doctor.
I know enough of medicine to pass.
Point out this mas,Hott to me, and
then trait.  In three daya horn Ola I
In front uf the post offlee Htadenon
touchedm»arm: ... „.     _
" Note tie mu with the.Muete.* <*;
h.dlvd|*ffio|
trtih rattk early hair, e bright tye, quick
m ait eegle'e, a nervous und.
" Thot le Hott."
I was Mtonhihed. Tha man did not
me M a Meat who wished
the
irtellew, let M»» tothe
I wu shown the tree, the cord, the
path by whioh Squire Jackson oemeud
went.
" do to »onr lady-love ud forgot me
for three o*eys,'7eeM I.   "If I need
Siu I will leave a word at the offloe.
therwlse meet me then on the third
evening at eight o'clock. And one thing
more: when you reach your ollice conceal a policeman ln your oloaet who cu
overhear our conversation, ud be armed
yourself."
The Inquest, with ita verdict of "DMth
by his own hand," thosolemn funeral and
Subtle wonder had ceased. The third
ay drew to Ita close. I strolled u(
the stroet with a friend, ud droppec
Into Jim Henderson's offlce. I opened
a conversation a. follows:
"Hr. Henderson, you will ncolleel
that I Mid to you at the Ume ol
Squire Jaeboh's death, that the Insurance companies would not pay upon thi
Ufa ota suicide?"
" Yes, sir," returned Jim, stiffly.
"Well, sir,"I continued, "Interested
u I was ln this matter, because of thi
claim which I hold against tho deceased,
I have been carefully looking Into tht
muner of his death, assisted by Mr
Mott, who hu long known him, aoc
we have come to the settled oonolusloi
that Mr. Jackson did not die by hh
own hand."
"Indeed?" said Huderson, more stiffly
" Im, air, such is our belief. And I
you will permit me I will lay before yot
the reasons for our having arrived ai
this opinion,' merely calling your attention to the fact that If it can be provei
that Squire Jackson wu murdered yoi
would no largely the gainer."
." I suppose that my promised wlfr
would, in that case, receive tfie Insurance, after paying thc debt which you
hold," uid Jim, lit a cold voice.
" Exactly, sir," I returned. "Andlr
euch esse you would doubtless be willing
to pay for such proof?"
"well, sir," said Henderson, scornfully,
"I presume that I should, for Hum Jeer
son's sake.   Btate your terms."
"If;we oan satisfactorily prove this
fact," said I, soothingly, "so that the
Insurance companies can be induced to
pay, I Should expect you to settle In
full the debt which I represent, ud to
prosont Mr. Mott ud myMlf with the
sum ot five thousand dollars each."
Jim hesitated a moment Then he replied:
" The terms are high, but I accept."
"Uood!" said I, "ud now for the
{iroof. My friend has collected most of
t, and haB it in tabular font-, Hr. Mott,
will you read what you have?"
Mr. Mott produced his tablets ud
proceeded to read as follows:
" nm. Mr. Jackson had no monomania nor disappointment to Induce the
idea of self destruction.
" Permit. He wu too old a man to arrange tho rone as found upon the tree.
" filial. He could not have climbed
the tiuu without a ladder or the assist-
uiiue Of some second party.
-• Fourth. It would have been Impossible for liim to hug himself except by
arranging the rope while In the treo ud
than Jumping down. This he evidently
did not do, as It wu Impossible foe bnn
!u climb the tree without assistance.
" Fifth. The rope ls a foreign one, not
to be obtained tn this oountry.
-Sisrih. A notch had been cut In the
the ltmti in order to futas the rope. No
knife wm found upon Hr. Jackson.
•• Seventh. Hr. Jackson knew of the
Iom of insuruce ln ess, of suicide."
Hr. Hott cloaad his memoranda, and
looked up. Henderson wu regarding
him with a Died stare. Fearing too sudden sn explosion, I apoke quickly: '
"Let me look the door, Mr. Henderson. We may ba Interrupted," and I
suited the action to tha word. Seating
myself, I dintim-ed, " I have also made
a few notes In addition to those of my
Mud, which I offer for consideration.
" First. I have here a bit of this foreign rope, apparently cut from the cord
which hung Mr. Jackson.
"Haxmd. I have also a knife with a
nicked blade whieh answers to the mark
upon the tne where a knife wu used. '
"Third. I have three links of a gold
watch chain ud a pendut, picked up
beneath—
I wm interrupted by a sudden cry
bom Carl Mott
"Great Ood I' When did you—"
Ha paused, his face white as death,
hie eyes outstanding oa he suddenly
realised the gulf upon the brink ot which
hestood. His breath cameinqulck gups.
"Where did I find those article?"
said I, slowly turning to him. "In youi
room, sir, yesterday, while I awaited
you, ud this u well."
I stretched forth my hands. One held
the broken links and charm, the othet
the chain trom whioh they had beta
torn,
A closet door .uddenly opened ud u
officer appeared with levelled pistol.
" Ctrl Hott, you an my prisoner I"
" Not yet, not yet I" tho man shrieked.
A sudden report rug through the air.
Carl Mott foil to the Door a suicide!
We bad unravelled tha mystery.
The atory of tha orime Is soon told.
Fllled by a devilish determination to
A Nddrn report rang Ihnutshlht sir.
work evil upon ths mu who had won
Louisa Jackson, Carl Hott returned from
Now Orleans with tha Settled Intention
of killing Hr. Jaokeon.
Ha had noted hit dally walk, and In the
dusk of the evening hail concealed hlm-
Mlf when he eould drop tha deadly
noose about hia neck u he pasaod be-
aeath tha tree. TO draw up the ewaylng
body wu but alight work to a mu of
Mott'a atrength.    ,
tn
"■ya-petboUo* notice
Sympathetic to believed ts ba awert
aacnd to the Boatoatae.
Ths other day a resident on the "hUI"
wu overheard ordering the family dinner
atsataU In tha Bolyaton market, ud
 isdMIt:
tide ie the way abac..-.
"You may send me en
lamb. Hava
If Bart Ballet wlehM to oMIga ua hell
keep hia pat owi out of our olfta. Lut
time ft wat here It stuBM a monts ht tba
editorial Ink liottla.-tHotalln| (0a.)
Herald.
The following Ilu.lnea. Directory rel.te.
only to persona wbuw advertisement, an-
pear la the Da-wr coumaui.. It ha.
bnn found trn.,a. a nil.; that paraon.
who advertiae liberally are liberal In their
dealing., and many pamona mak. it a
rule to give preference in their de.llafa to
those eatabliahmenU which advertia.
freely. The following Hat la arranged alphabetically:
LEGAL.
T.O. Atkinson .Columbia ft
W. Norman Bole .Cojueib lagt
Corbould A McColl ...Sojfen.le 8t
Branch one. at Vancouver.
HBDICAL.
Dr. H. af. Cooper i Cbureh Bt
Dr. J. O. Henderson Chilliwhack, B. C.
Dr. IM. McLean McKensle Bt
Dr. DeWolfe Smith Clarkaon at
INatlRANCB.
W.J. Armstrong [Sre] .Court House
W. D. Ferrl. 'life 4 accident Ferrl.Bt
T. RPeamra (fire* life '.ColumbiaBt
Rand Bros, [Sre* life] .ttoKenslest
Branch Office, at Vancouver A Vic.,
Turner. Beeton *Co. Iffre) .....Victoria
WoooVTurner A Oomble
[ire, life A aceldent]......OolumblaBt
B.BAL  BIT ATM AOBHCiaS.
W. St. Bele .Columbia M
Oorbonld A McColl McKensle st
W.D. Ferrl. Ferrjigt
Capt. Fittendrljl MoKenteM
Rand Bro. MoKensle Bt
Wood., Turner * Gamble. Colnmbia Bt
ARCHITBOT, ttt.
0. H. Glow. ......Clinton Ht
G. W. Grant. MoKensle Ht
AVCTIOHBBBS.
T. J. Trapp Columbia Bt
AOENTS COR MACHINERY, Ae.
Fraser* Leonard Vancouver
F. Welcome MeOrady MoKensle Bl
BOOKS A. STATIONERY.
D. Lyal Columbia Bt
MUSICAL IBSTBTJMBSTS.
T. K. Pearson Coiumbin Bt
PRIBTIlia * RULING.
The Columbian Bteam Pilii'lii* Establ isli-
raont Cnlumbla Bt
STOVES 4b TINWARE.
.las. Cunningham.... Columbia Ht
H. M. Cunning-ham A Co Columbia Ht
E. H. Scoullar A Co Columbia Bt
Branch at Vaneotivei.
HARDWARE.
Jaa Cunningham Columbia Bt
GAS FITTINGS.
Jaa. Cunningham Coiumbin Bt
H. M. Cunningham A Co- Columbia Bt
E. 8. Hcoullar A Co Columbia Ht
SEWING MACHINES.
C.J. Robson Columbia Ht
HARNESS, Sir.
Douglas A Deighton.. Coiumbin Ht
GENERA!. MERCHANDISE.
W.R. Auatln Front Bt
Jaa. Cunningham .Columbia Bt
0. G. Motor Columbia Ht
Wm. McColl Columbia Bt
C. McDonougl ...Front Bt
DRV GOODS.   .
D. Drysdale A Co Columbia Ht
Jas. Ellard A Co ..ColumbiaBt
Ogle, Campbell A Co Columbia Bt
FURNITURE.
Peebles A Heckley ...Columbia Bt
W. Prothero. Colnmbia Bt
WOOD * COAL.
A. Burn. .Blackie Bt
Henry Elliott [Order, left at tf. McColl's]
DRUGS, *e.
D. 8. Curtis A Co Columbia Bt
A. Peele.. Columbia Bt
BUTCHERS.
Robt, Dickinson Columbia Bt
WATCHMAKERS * JEWELERS
r. Crake. ....Colombia St
F. Stinky Columbia Bt
C. H. McNaughten .Columbia Bt
BLACKaniTHING  S)   CARRIAGE
WORKS.
Thos. Ovens ,.. Columbia Rt
Reid A Currie _. Columbia Ht
HOTELS.
Depot Hotel [Bllladeauil .Columbia St
Farmers Home I Holden] ...Church Bt
The Clarence LRleharda] , Victoria
PAINTERS, 4k..
diss. Murray. Clarkaon Ht
BOOT! * SHOES.
Wm. Ron...... .Columbia St
TAILOR!.
D. Dryadale A Oo. .Columbia Bt
Thoa. Walsh Columbia Ht
BAKBRT.
A. Diebel .....Front Bt
XCHSERlSa.
G. W.Henry .Port Hammond
E. Huteherson Ladners
FANCY POULTRY,.*..
Jno, B. Cox , ~ ......Royal Avenu.
Mainland Transfer Go'y
New Westminster and Vancon-
ver Stage.
TTNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, A DAILY
JJ Stage will leave from the Colonial
Hotel for Vancouver at IS a. m„ eo as to
connect with .learner for Victoria.
A. O. GAMBLE, Sec.
NmrWe.t,B.C, 10thFeb., 1887. dfelOte
Kew Westminster, Coal Harbor
aid Seattle Boole.
,_a    S
THE STEAMER
(J. W. TARTU, Mailer.)
WILL LEAVE SEATTLE EVERY
Ttand.rM.ntat.tT.'elwk, for
Kew Westminster ud Coal Harbor, via
Port Townsend and the Island.; arrive, at
New Weatmlnater on Friday .forenoon
iMvea for Coal Harbor about two houn
afterward.; leave. OOAL HARBOR Friday Mgkl for Seattle.
Fntgkttertea, tea
Special ratea to ra.rab.nte.       apttto
DAVID LYAL,
T»KGS TO ANNOUNCE TIIK AR-
[taee-Mer 1,1.1. Pearaea tt Co.]
tGS TO ANNOUNCE '
rival of a large atock of
Artists' Materials!
Consisting of
Celesrt, Water and Oil;
PslBt IrithM, all attest
Macciari, Porcelain k Paplarmaohe
Faneli,
Icademy ts Cmm» Beards,
B**eeth A Twilled caave..
Palettes, Arlli'i'Knives, At,
BavM Lyal al»o begs lo announce lhat,
in order lo make room fnr a fri-.h arrival
of Goods from Enilund, considerable r*
duetlon. will be mad. on roueb of tbe
prmn- .took for Mie. dwfelBml
mammmammmmmm
CHURLES MURRAY,
CLARKSON BTREET,
•pp. Beglttrj Ollce, New Wtit'r.
BoBNi fipaad OnaneaUl rkiniin;,
MK« MaBIM, OUZINO, KA1S0MIHIH0, to.
WALL~PAPER.
The large" assortment of Wall Paper
ln the City, comprising newest patterns,
always on hand at bottom prlees. Sam-
Sle. on view at T. lt. Penrson * Co.'s
tore,- Columbia 81.   Paper hanging at
specially low rales. dseljto
W. PROTHERO & CO.
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
ALL KINDS OP FURNITURE.
REMOVED
Jar-To .hop lately occupied by Mr. Daroy,
Columbia Street.
Call and examine our stock and prioes
before buying.   Wc-on'l be |i.->DE|sal.s>
- '*-  "■ alrlnspf all klndTneatr
W. PROTHERO A CO.
ln the clly.  Repairing of all kinds neatly
done, W. PRl *— • ~"
  MlttO
HillOwnersiOtliers
TTAVINO BEEN APPOINTED HOLE
XX Agent* In thti Provinoe forn number of reiuiiof mnnufactureri In Cannda.
we are prepared to furnlih prlccK nnd full
EitrllculnrKor all kindHof machinery for
a* MIIKShliiKle Ml Hit, FnctorleH, Foundries und MiU'hlne Hliops, Including Engines and Boiler**., xiationary and portable, both new and second-hand; alHO-
Riibbcr lleltlng, Axon and Edge TooIh
lienilier     " Hurilwaif,
Lubricating Oils,      HarncHH,
Emery Whoels,        Hullder**' Kiippllo**,
Brink Mnebinen,      Hhow Canon,
HolKtlns BloekH,      Oan Mnciilne»,
Hhlpn' IHockR, Iron Tools,
RruHhen and Broomfi.PalntH and Oils,
Rooting Fell. Sheathing I'uper,
Falrbauki- Hcnles,   Br-ti Oooua, Ir'n I'lp'g
FRASER ftliONARD,
i'i Blaek,    •     t'anlava Slreel,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
dwjallto	
J. W. HECKLEY
Peebles^ Heckley
(NEAR MEHCHANTH' SQUAUE)
FUENITUEE
MANUFACTURERS,
UPHOLSTERERS;
Spring and Woal Mallrcuei and
Bedding always on hand.
HAVE ON HAND THE
IAMMT MB BIST BTSCK W FVB
MTMM IM IW MAINUaB.
■ardware ■edr.M, Suite,, la Ash,
Cherry, walaal, er Maheaaay*
Eatlmate. for Ollice and Btore Fitting.
All experienced upholsterer ha. been
entered by the firm, who nre now pre.
pared todo ail kinds of work In the upholstery line, djlynto
IOI-
INDUCEMENTS
—roa ih«—
HOLIDAYS
15 per Oent. Disconnt fortbe
next IS days,
uinffiM  Mint
BUYING FKOM THK MANUKAC
turers for oath, I am In a position
to sell at bottom prices, My Good, sre
marked In plain figures snd the prima
have not beta put up to meet the ilia,
count taken off. Call and see ptiue. before puroheatng elsewhere.
atr Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty.
Jewelry made to order.
•F. CRAKE.
WATCHMAKEK
OrHWITtTKEBAXS. ilw.il.18te
3STO. 8
COOKING STOVE
Inrnliked Csmnlele, ror HI.
Wa will guarantee that this Stovo can't
b. Iieat either In Quality or
Workmanship,
We have juat received a Car-load of
STOVES
Which we offer at prioes that an lower
than ever before offered In the
Province.
We alao hava a large Stock of
un
Which we offer low to eloau out the
Stook.
GREAT SLAUGHTER
IN HEATING STOVES.
E.8. Scoullar dr, Co
NEW WE8TWN8TER, B. C.
dwteTtc
-fcTOOKEOS.
Ia Ite mailer ar Ike btate .r tune, S.
Harris. dceesMd latealate.
ALL PERBONH INDEBTED TO THE
late Jaa, B. Harris are required to
pay the amounts forthwith to the under-
signed: and all persona having claims
against the estate of the said J.H.Harris
must forward the same tothe undersigned
on or before the 16th March, 1887.
E. A. JENNS,
dfellml Administrator.
NOTICE.
la tke matter ertke Estate ar Sa.t Sr.a-
toa, aa Indian, deeeaeed latealate.
A LL PERSONS INDEBTED TO THB
A 1st. Snot Hranton are required to pay
the amount forthwith to th. undersigned;
and all person, having claims against the
estate of the aaid Bout Sranton must forward the same properly proved to the undersigned, on or before the 15th Maroh,
1887.
E. A. JENNS,
dfellml Administrator.
WiuT Phviuumi tav hint m
STARR KIDNEY PAD.
'•Treatment by Absorption hns for some
Ume been recognised by Medieal Men to
be the most Btmple and effectual meanH
of conveying to DlHeaHedOigans, "Cnra-
tivea," but in caws of Kidney Disease and
ComplalntB attendant thereon, flitoceseful
treatment van practicably Impoulble until the Introduction of the Starr Kidney
Pad. It ctwU le« than a lingle prescription aud Is Immeasurably more decisive
and effective than any quantity of internal
Medicinal dosing. Worn Immediately over
the uent of Disease, its curative properties
become absorbed by the diseased and en-
/wbled Omani*. continuously and directly,
as required to Ini-um In return their healthy action and orlftii.nl vlxotir. It is comfortable to the patient aud plcuaunt tn Ita
effects, and cures when nothing else can.
The Starr Kidney Pad accomplishes positive, decisive remits. A moro valuable
discovery as a true remedy for Kidney
Diseases was never mude.—Medical Qatette
The Marr Kidney Pad, manufactured
In Toronto. Is a permanent sure enre for
diseases, disorders and ailments.of the
Kidneys, Bladder and urinary secretive
system, or attendant complaints, causing
pnin In the.sinnll of the back, Bides,etc.,
ftroduclng urinary disorders, such as too
requent, scanty, difficult, painful or copious micturition. Inability of retention and
sedimentary urine, dropsical symptoms,
etc.di-nntlng the presence In tnesystem
of diseases common to the urinary secre*
tlve orgnns—known as gravel, catarrh of
the bladder and passages, Bright's disease,
diabetes, dropsy, piles, nervous debility,
ele. Hend for pamphlet to LANGLEY A
CO., Wholesale Agents, Victoria. Retailed by A. M. HERRING and D. 8. CURTIS
A CO., New Westminster: T. McNEE*
LEY, Ladner's Laifdlng: H. McDOWELL
ttCO., IIA8TIN0S SAW MILL CO,, TIIE
VANCOUVER DRUG CO.. .Vancouver;
W. E. MCCARTNEY A BRO., Vancouver
and Kamloops; J. B. LOVELL Yale; W.
R. MEGAW, Priest Valley; H. CLARK A
CO., Kamloops. 'dwieSSyl
TESTIMONIAL!
KuncouMr, tSrd June, ISIS.
MR. G. 1IOBERT80N,
Representing Ooldle A.MoCelloob,
Oalr-Ont
BIB.—We tbe iin.ler.lned having witnessed the terrible Are which wiped out of
existence the young eity of Vanoouver,
on the inth Inst., have, after tbe Ure, examined the safe, mid by you, aorao of
which were put to the moat saver, feet,
having been aurrounded by Urge quantities of lard and bacon, nnd we an pleased
In testify to the remarkable manner In
--*-'-■ — "-'- —'■' " .reserve!1
I papers
 „. m papV
money were taken out In perfect condition. We can, therefore, with th. greatest conSdenoe. recommend them «, thoroughly flr. proof:
I. A, Hamilton, for the Canadian Pacilic
Hallway Company:   M. A. MacLean,
Sayon John JT Blake, Stipendiary Ma-
urate; Rleh'd. Alexander, Juslfc. of
[he Peace; John Boultbee, Police Magistrate, Oity of Vanoouver: Thomu Dunn,
Justico of the Peace; Isaac Johns.Col.;
Edward K. Band, Real Euate Broker;
It. Balfour, Alderman: John Rankin,
Beat Eatate Broker: Pither A Edton,
Boyal Hotel: H. r, Keefer, Contractor,
o. Ekl-JSL- ¥«*W«*M-hX»|?"ft
which every Safe aoid by you preserved
its content., not only books ana paper.,
but nlao thouaand. of dollar. In paper
to Vancouver anJTfcngllsh ,
Innea A Co., Baal Eatate Brokers; A. W.
Bou, Real Estate Broker; Oravely A
Bplnlta, Ileal Eslate Broker.; tkgjte-
guaon, Mgr. R. 0. P. Mllla. '-"•-
THE BRITISH COLUMBIAN
Printing Company
0N
N THE lOTH OF JANUARY, 1SS7,
tht CntptiBiaa Newipaper aad
Printing Coneem waa ptnehassd by a
jutnt rtook company composed ol citinnt
cf New Westminster, to be known .. the
"Britiih Columbian Printing Co.,
Limited." The concern hss been for
nearly a year owned anil controlled by
tlie Britiih Columbia Ntationery and
Printing Company, of New Wettmlntter,
Victoria and Vaaeeuvtr, The object of
the new oompany Is to continue the publication ef the Hainan Coliimsun newt-
paper anil carry oa a tsnsral printing snd
publishing oono.ni, controlled utinly by
thoa. whose Individual latent! It will he
to promote the development, especially
of the Mainland. Th.ro will he no
■laok.nlng ot the energy hitherto displayed in the management of tke ettab-
lishment, .ml itt patrons may rely upon
receiving full value for their money.
Tht Columbus will continue te be ea-
tinly independent la both Dominion and
provincial politic., ami will devote Itealf
to the advancement of such schemes ..
may be contidored In the public interest.
The concern I. now entirely oaparate tram
any other liuaineu, the book end
atationery Mtabllahment in this oity
hsvlng been taken ov.r by Mr. T, 11.
Pearson, who will continue to carry it ea
In hia own name and for his own bemflt.
It is dnlrabl. that a dally newtpapsr
should be maintained la thi. oity, tad
th. new company saks fer publio patronage on Ihe ground thst It it engaged ia
an enttrprite calculated to promote the
public weltsre, It uk. that ths Col<
VMikS lw judged on its own merits and
supported oaly to long at Ita polioy It
consilient with Itt profeatlont. tn eon.
sequence ol thi. business ehangs all ae-
eonnt. due the coneem mast he settled
without deity to that tht books ef the
former oompany may ba adjusted end
olosed, Address all eommualoatlons aad
remittance, to
0. ROBSON, Manager.
New Weisataeter, Jaa. «*, INT.
. IMPERIAL
FIRE INSURANCE CftMf»V.
I Old Bbo.ii St. and 16 Pali. Mm,
LONDON.
INSTITUTED 180«.
FOR INSURING HOUSES 4 OTHER
Building., Good,, Warea, Morohau-
din, Manufacturing and Fanning Stook,
Ship. In Poit, Harbor or Dock, anil th.
Orgoet of noh Veuel.; alao, Ships build,
ing and repairing, Barge, and other Vai-
wl> on navigable riven and canal., and
Goods on board auch Veu.lt, throughout
Great Britain and Ireland and In Foreign
Countries,
•IO* LatfsB •« ttUU JI ffl««.
Subscribed and 'Inverted Capital,
<ii.eoo;opo si'ci
Rates of Premium uid every inforuu-
tton eu be obtained on application to
W. i. AtMSTRUNU,
Agent for New WeitmiiiMor.
Confederation life
ASSOCIATION.
•■araateet-spllal..
.. .•i.eae.eee
Full Gov'm't Deposit
Head Office, Toronto, Canada
A HOME"roMPANY,
Thit. Association merits the
confidence the Public is reposing in' it from the following
FACTS:-
The Security offered to policy holder* Ie
anHurpMsed by. any Company doing buii*
neu In Canada,
' It bu no schemes of lmarance. but the
well-wtabllehed llnw. henoe the policy
boldera cannot be uUhIwI aa to tb«r con-
tmeta,
IU atatementa to tbe public ean be readily undentood, Ita eaah atatement ahow*
Ing every Item of Income and how expen-
Iupoaltlon laaaoertalned annually item.
a detailed valuation In which every Hem
of liability le Included.
Ita progreu baa been unexampled In
the hiatory of inaurance In Canada.
Ita poMclei are Indlaputabls .after three
yeara, and non*forfeltable after two yeara*
existence.
Ita nroflta ore distributed upon an equitable lAila. Tbe proflta to one olaaa of
policy holders are not leiaened to five
laner proflta i to any. other claae, which
method afford* superior advantaf eeover
tbe uniform bonni plan of diatrlbutlon.
CeMIUeuu te
Tfuvela
3. K. MacDOlf ALB.
Manailn(Slreo-or.
T. R. PEARSON & CO.
Meats, New Westminstet
jer-tmo-alUrnal*.
DIUIB 4IMP0RtHW
Dry Coods
CLOTHING
—Ann—
GROCERIES
TU8T RKCBIVED IN DBV OOODS,
A NEW STOCK
In all shades and material of
GOODS, Including Cashmerea, Mtrinoe,
Silks, Satlna, Blaok and Colored Velve-
teens and Pluahn. COTTONS (bleache.1
and unbleaohed). UNINGS, BUTTONS, HOLLANDS, *e. Orey, White.
Scarlet and Checked FLANNKUS. U
DIES GLOVES, in Cotton, Wool, Silk
and Kid. Ladle. Merino and Limb
Wool Verts. JEItSEYS, all price.
Hosiery, Muslins, Diaper Trial, Linen,
Brilliant., to., kc.
Men's Ciothlng!
For Quality, Stylo, Pit and Price
can't be touched.
MEN'S FORNISHIHCS
In every Line, Cottoa, Meirno and
Wool Underwear, Whit. Shirt-, Cniffi
Collar., Olovea, Brace., fardfgan Jackets, te. Also, Cotton, Merino, Cash-
mire, Lambs Wool and Knit SOCKS, ia
great variety.
Also, HATS and CAP8, Udle.' .nd
fl.nU' RUBBER GOODS aad UMBRELLAS.
In House FunrisMng Goods
Carpate, Rugs, Wiudew Pole, wllh
Ring, and Mountings, Window Hollaad
(Buff, Gross aad Striped). Damask and.
Cretonne., ShMtlaga, Teareb, White
CounUrpurie, Bkeoaed sad Unhlwohtd
Tsbls Un.ua, Ntpklaa, Tlcklngi, Blank.
sts sad Aretlcdown Qnlts, TabU Clotkh
and Covert.
IN GROCERIES
Everything found la a (rat-class Kstab-
Uahmtnt, and none bat the hsrt, Cawud
Good., Fralts, Mtatt snd VtaetaUea.
■ aea-tesjertawitlatie. Imml**
ta*«arkeei>-t«aa,*<tllata-T«M>:tli.
hMi mmk m tktm kemtmmmmAkmm -etaf 0kA ttk
eeMae* as4 patten WM wiwa"
STEAM
ESTABLISHMENT,
Oolumbia St.
New Westainler, R. (.
and
COMMERCIAL
Evary Description
PROMPTLY EXECUTED
-IN—
FIRST-CLASS STYLE
Bill Heads,
Circulars,
Letter Heads,
Envelopes,
Cards,
Tags,
Posters,
Legal Blanks,
Show Cards,
And all Sorts of Plain
or Colored Work.
j-\UR FAOIUTIBS FOR
l^SWWilRtTWRTlR»
Ate far bayond thoa. of any o*a-saa*.tab-
rWurMatvja, tl# Matalsmland «r *rl«i
wiU ooa-uar. tsvsmHi wiU Vh-M ef
ViektHa.
We fcave a SnwtM' •Ml^^w***-
CHIK1, a^ a» p^rand -to *«la all
mm,'mtH^tit.itm.
Pt RUvtVHt MIRVpHf Tl
THE DAILY COLUMBIAN
PUBLISH EO
Kvery Afleraoon except Sunday,
BY THB
Biitish Coiumii-h Prihtinu Comp-kv (Limited.)
At the Company's steam Printing Establishment, Coiumbin SI.
Delivered ln the City daily...250. per week
Mailed daily, one year S-IOJW
Mailed dnllj'.slx months   6.60
j J ' 'MniTiimt iatii rat tse muy.
Transient AdveHlsemen<s:-J''lrst1nscr-
tion, 10 cts. per line solid nonpareil ench
subsequent consecutive Insertion,2cts. per
line. Advertisements not Inserted every
day, 10 ets. per line eaoh Insertion.
Mucins Advertlaementa.-Regular
Bualness or Professional Advortlsomonta
will b. received at'ollowingratos: 1 Inoh,
*> per month! % Ins. t3| ti. eol. 15.80; 'A cpl.
IMS: 1 col. 116. If-Inserted, lor less thon 3
mos. 10 per cent, will be added.
Special Notices among reading matter,
■X ol.. per line ench Insertion, specials
calling attention to advertisements, 10cU.
Births', Marriages nnd Deaths, 81 for each
insertion! Funeral Notion ln connection
wl th dentil., 50 cts. eaoh Insertion.
.action aale., whendbiplayed.ohnrged
S5 per cent, less tnan tranalent advts, If
solid, chnrged at regular transient rates.
THE WEEKLY COLUMBIAN
Issned every Wednesday Morning.
Pellvered In the City, per yenr. 93.00
Mulled, peryenr fw
.Mailed, (months '•»
WEEKLY AOYEITIIIIIO MTE3.
Transteat AdveMIMmen*..-Flrst Insertion, 10 eta. per Hue solid nonpareil; subsequent Insertions, Sets, per Hue.
Standing Advcrtlsements.-For 1 Inch,
11.50per month: 31ns. ttperm.; 3lns.t3.80
->or m.i 1 col. 112.75 per m.  If Inserted for
bbs than 3 mos. 10 por cent, will bo added
to these rntes. .,     _ ..
Special notices nmong reading matter,
cts. per line each Insertion.
tat. must be all metal,and forlnrgecuts
an eitra rote will be charged. No advt,
Inserted ln either Issue for less than tl.
P1
Ie
MEW APVERTISEMENTS,THIS DAY.
Notice J. Hendry
Notice W. A. Duncan
Pianos k Organs T. R. Pearson
Clearing Sale Ogle, Campbell k Co.
gailg fvitish Columbian
fmeeday Evealna. March 1. 1881.
' COSfliWNSElKtiTiON.- -We aro authorized to state tlmt Mr. Donald Ohisholm
is in tho'field ns a candidate for the
seat in the Houso of Commons Bin-
tend vacant by the death of our
late lamented representative, Mr. Homer. dwoc25tc
Fkom Tobokio.—Bernard Sander.,
n director of the Industrial Exhibition
in Toronto, has addressed a communication to tIie;Gallfornia Wine Growers
Association asking them to make a
full exhibition of their exhibit! in To
ronto at the fair thsre nest fall.
A Funny Snap.—F. W. Carleton,
of this city, took a trip to Hammond
oh Sunday and returned yesterday by
foot. On his return home he encountered some deop slushy snow on tho
track. He started to wado through it
but finding his boots interfered with
his travelling he took thom oft* and
walked barefooted through tho raimin-
der of the slush,
The artillery held a Well-attended
drill last evening.
Many "wnshouts" are reported as
the result of the recent rains.
The steamers Adelaide and Yosemite are both lying at Ladners.
Six carloads of lumber were shipped
to Ashcroft and Kamloops to-day.
200 kegs of nails are on the' C.P.N,
wharf awaiting shipment to Nanaimo.
O. E. C, Brown, Dentist,  will return to the city about the 2nd' March
fe23dtCwtl
Go to Prothero's snd see the big
400 candle-power lamp. In full operation every night dfe26t3
Tho man who stoops to brush orange
peel from the sidewalk is bont on doing
good.—JT. 0. Picayune.
It pays to advertise. A Rockford,
111., man advertised for a wife and
got one worth (10,000.
Attention is called to the announcement of Ogle, Campbell & Co. which
appears in another column. r
The law cannot mako a man moral,
but it can make him dreadfully uncomfortable when he is immoral.'
Two carloads of sundries for Nanaimo were forwarded to Port Moody
to-day for shipment in the Dunsmuir.
Forty head of cattlo and 20 mules
were driven to Port Moody this morning for shipment to Viotoria on the
Louise.
W. Vianen'e iishormen caught three
large sturgeon yeaterday about three
miles down the river, one of which
weighed over 200 pounds.
The str. Yosemite again appeared in
the bend in the river below tho city
this morning but was again forced to
retire on account of the float ice.
Mr. Trapp will hold a public meeting io this city to-morrow night. At
Moodyville he speaks at 12:30 on
Thursday, and at Vancouver in the
evening.
It continues 'to be stylish for young
men, living on their fathers, to wear
coachmen's ulsters nnd make the world
believe they are earning tlieir way.—
Detroit Free Press.
In addltien to our new .took of spring
seed, we have opened sn invoice of
' Diagonals, West of England Broadcloth,
and French Cassimeres. — Walsh's
Tanearse Kirroaira. dnoHOte
Mr. Trapp's meeting tomorrow
night has been snnounced for the
Drill Shed, but aa that place catinot
ba obtained the meeting will tako
plaoe in tha Skating Rink,
Aa Canada professes to have maps
of all the fortifications in the United
States, the governmont should hire a
Canadian engineer to find these fortification..— Pittsburg Chronicle.
tn another column Mr. T. R. Pearson advertises pianos and organs for
sala at low prices. A number of those
instruments may now bo seen nt Mr.
Lysis store on Columbia stroot.
Mr. Dixon Irwin, late school teacher
- at Burgoyiie Bay, has commenced suit
for libel against W. T. Kenny, also
late pedagogue of that flourishing portion ef B.O., but now employed teaching recruits to shoot at Yale.—Colonist.
Large quantities of iee went out of
the river yesterday, and it it believed
there will be no further serious ob-
straatioa. to navigation this year. Al-
though'Winter did not begin until
February, tha ioe it muoh thicker than
A' Talk with a B. 0. Drummbk.—
The.Toronto Telegram furnishes the
following statement of Thomas Soott,
of Nanaimo, while in conversation
with one of its reporters recently:
"Do you know, I think tho recent
anti-Chinese agitations in the States
are going to do Canada a certain
amount of good. How! Well, yon
see, if China is disposed tb .feel ag-
grieved at the manifestation of anti-"
Mongolian sentiment in the States,
her merchants lmvo an excellent opportunity of retaliating by exerting
themselves to aid the Canadian Pacific;
railway in its competition with tho
American transcontinental lines. Aa
there ia aiso a difference of about 1,000
miles in favor of tho Canadian line, I
think that it is not at all improbable
that the Americans will be rather
sorry for the fantastic littlo amusement to whioh they treated John Chinaman. Although tho almond-eyed
celestial is opposed to the emigration
of his countrymen to the States, he
has enough of the old Adam in him to
resent what he regards .as ah insult,
and it cannot be denied that he has
some grounds for considering himself
intuited. He has enough sense to see
-that if you want to insult the average
Yankee you must strike straight at his
pocket, and that ia where he is suro to
aim for if he does deoide to take
rovengo. But thon the Chinee hns a
good eye to hia own pooket, and as he
makes about four times as much among
the " Melican" as he would at home,
the probabilities nre that wo will not
see the Union Pacific under a celestial
boycott.
• — i 	
What Toronto's well-known Good
Samaritan says: 1 have been troubled
with Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint for
over 20 years, and have tried many
remedies, nut never found an article that
has done me as much good as Northrop
& Lyman's Vegetable Discovery and
Dyspeptic Cure.    Clasa E. Pohteii.
Personal.
i'i! iljtK
Ha Eastern mail arrived to-day.
'     The railway is blockaded by immense
snowslides which have occmred.nbout
ten miles this side of North Bend,
produced bythe recent heavy rains.
Nothing definite it known as to when
the way will be clear.
;, • ;• Wa have received a letter reflecting
1 '   iaavawbr upon the steam servico bo-
,     tweantois oity and Surrey and calling
.'   • a*4» tt* iminlcipal authoritlea to in-
terfere far the protection of the publio interest.   Tna letter is annony-
moot, however, and cannot be pub-
-JeMwMttut Ua author', name.
A liquor-teller had a tavern undergoing repairs. One day a boy cams
running to his mother, crying eut:
"itotftf, rjother!".«Whst is it,
ny top "Mr. Pool's tavern Is
finished, »othe£' ,,*» *> l»a
know, my tHarl** Inquire* tho tno-
..«..    . — comma
legitl-
—Jota
J". Jerry, of Mud Bay, is at Ihe Cc-
lonial.
F. C. Inne,, nf Vancouver, came
ovor laat evening.
Gideon rtobertson, of Viotoria, is
in lhe city to-day.
E. V. Bodwell, of Victoria, accountant for the C. P. R., is in the
eity.   . *
A. J. Dana, purchasing agent fur
the C P. R., arrived from Moody today.
Officer Moresby crossed the rirer
this afternoon in a small boat, on his
way to Ladner's,
W, D. Ferris, J. P., who has been
confined tn his-house. for some time,
was out on the streot to-day.
John Muttelwhite and Mrs. Musselwhite, of Sumas, are in the city, They
drovo down with a sleigh a fow days
ago, but tho snuw lias gone and they
are puzzled to know what is the best
rig for the return trip.
<•' Goo. Porter, of this city, received a
telegram from Bowmnnville last evening stating that his father, who resides there, was seriously ill, and asking him to'come home at once. Mr.
Porter will leavo by tho first train
eut.
At the- Colonial: G. Robertson,
Victoria; J. .Jerry, Mud Bav; J. H.
McDowell, Pint Hammond- W. E.
Beckett,- Port Haney; F. 0. Innes,
Vancouver; E. V. Boduoll, Victoria;
J. Rooney, Calgary; A. J, Dana,
Moody.
THE CHINESE OUTRAGE, •
Vancouver Under Provincial
Police.
MAYOIi AND   HAOISTBATHS   SUSPENDED,
■the City Pays ror the Show.
Special Telegram,
, Victoria, Marcli 1.—The legislature yeBterday passed a bill in relation
to the Chinese outrages at Vancouver,
which empowers tho governor to appoint any number of oiHtaliles, who
shall have authority to uct within the
municipal limits of Vancouver and the
electoral district ot Now Wei.titiini.er.
They shall be continued in employment aa long as tho governor may see
tit, and discharge their duties within
the municipal limits of Vancouver,
unless otherwise directed by a stipendiary magistrate of the province. The
constables are to be under orders of
any stipandiary magistrate in the prov
ihce. They will be paid $2.50 a dav
and §1 a day for board. Money will
be advanced in tho first instanco out
of tho consolidated revenue of the
province. The amount paid shall be
a debt due from Vancouver, and Bhall
form a charge upon all revenues of
Baid city during the timo any stipendiary magistrate acts within the limits
of vancouvor. The powers and authorities of all other - magistrates and
-justices of tho peaco, including the
mayor, shall be absolutely suspended,
except for the purpose of calling out
the militia. The gaol and lock-up of
the city are to be under control of the
provincial superintendent of police.
The cost of maintaining the gaol and
prisoners is to bo paid, by the city of
Vancouver. Any person having
charge of gaols, refusing to deliver up
kdys, will be imprisoned six months at
New Westminster, with hard labor.
Municipal constables shall obey the
directions of any stipendiary magistrate for the province, ulso of tho su*
pcrintendent of polioe. The powers
of this act may be exercised as often
as the governol1 may deem expedient.
The bill, of which the foregoing is a
summary, was passed through all its
stages in about two houre yesterday,
and* took effect immediately. Under
authority of it we learn that- the superintendent, of provincial polico will
come to Vancouver to-morrow with
about 40 special constables for the
purpose of protecting the Ohinese. If
this force is not sufficient, the gov*
ernor will appoint as many more as
may be doomed necessary. These men
will take charge of the city and remain
as long na their presenco may be required. Vancouver is in a stato of
great excitement over this unexpected
action, but it is not probnblo that any
excesses will be committed.
PROVINGIAL LECISLATURf.
ItBOW, my   Oft* I' lIMJuireu   vm
mite frill of thi dun ihop,-
.(.* m m
Iff tN02wn 8 .
Condensed Dispatches.
All the printers in Milwaukee struck
this afternoon.
Phelps, the American minuter, und
his wife have started for the south of
France.
A man named Anns fired on nnd
killed a man namea Weaver and a
fifteen-year-old girl named Weaver nt
Chattanooga, N, Y.
The roof of the charging department
at the Bessemer steel works of the
Cleveland Rolling Mill oompany felt
down with a crash and killed one man
and injured eight others.
De Giers, foreign minister at St
Petersburg, in an interview with the
•Turkish ambassador, expressed the
opinion that European equilibrium
would icon be restored, and that there
would be no war.      '
Judgo Toohy yesterday released
Jimmy Hope, the notorious burglar,
from custody at Frisco. Detectives
Rogers and CofTry immediately, rearrested him and his attorneys again
sued out a writ of habeas corpus.
The case will come up to-dny.
Mme. Patti, it Is stated, la to be
hoard once more in opera in several *of
the large cities in the eut, under the
management uf Mr. Abbey, with Sig.
Arditi as direotor, and supported by
the samo excellent artists that recent*
ly appeared with her in concert. No
dates are yot arranged.
Mr. O, W. Mocufty, Pavilion Moun*
tain, B.C., writesi "Vt. Thomas'
Kclectric Oil is the best medicine I ever
naod for Kheumatlam., Nearly every
winter I am laid up with Ithcnmatisiu.
and having tried nearly every kind of
medicino without'letting any benefit,
until I moil Dr. Thomas' Kcteutrlo Oil.
It has worked wonders for me, Ahd I
went another supply for my friends, ftc."
City council.
The regular meeting of the city
council"" was hold last ovening.
Present, Couns. Elliot, Jaquea, Reid,
Curtis, Shiles, Duncan and Bonson.
In tho absence of his worship Mayor
Dickinson Coun. Elliot, occupied tho
chair.
The minutes bf tho last meeting
were read and adopted.
The following communications wore
lead;
From A. M. Herring, calling attention to damage done his property by
freshet; from T. C. Atkinson, concerning Mr. Ewen's leaso; from J. A. Calbick, asking permission to put lumber
on Agnes st. for building purposes;
from W. C. Ward, acknowledging receipt of order to pay $37,500 bonus;
from T, C. Atkinson, concerning Mr.
Townseud's claim; from J. E. Lord,
calling attention to water lying between Arlington House and Calbick *s
building; from T. 0. Atkinson, respecting the payment of interpreter's
fees.
The following bilk and accounts
were received: From Mr. Stamford,
commission for collecting road tax,
95.20, ordered paid; from Calbick &
Co., for use-of chairs. (4, referred to
finance committee; New Westminster
Gas Co., for gns, $157, laid over; A.
M. Herring, for drugs, $2.50, referred
te police committee; J. E. Lord, undertaker's services, $20, ordered paid;
from A. Jackson, for keop of prisoners, 820.50, laid over.
Tho report of the finance committeo
•suggesting the payment of $740 to the
Hyack Firo Co. in lieu of their claim
on the Hyack Hall was read and a
resolution passed adopting the sumo.
The clerk was authorized to mako
application to W. C. Wnrd, manager
of the Bank uf B.C., for a return of
the bond given by tho citizens for the
payment of tlio C.P.It. bonus.
Moved by Coun, Curtis and seconded by Coun, Duncan, thnt clerk notify
tho police magistrate to allow no onu
to sit with htm on the bench in the
discharge of his duties'os P. M., nor to
allow no one to act iu his absence
without his speciul ordors so to do.
Passed.
Moved by Coun. Jnques nud sec*
onded by Conn. Shiles, that v committee bo appointed to inveh jute
what the wishes of the property holders wero in regard to tho firo limit bylaw. After Borne discussion the resolution was withdrawn. Coun. Janues'
amendment to the firu limit by-law,
that wherover the word "Douglas" occurred in first clause in said by-law
it should be Btruok out and tho word
"Begby" substituted, was read a first
time.
All tonders for plans for city hall
wero laid on tho table.
Moved by Coun. Curtis and seconded
by Coun. Shiles, ahd resolved, that
tno clerk bo instructed to again apply
to the local govornment for n grant of
tho old jail site for to erect a oity hnll
unon to commemorate her majesty's
jubilee year.
Council then adjourned.   -
Friday, Feb. 25.
Mr. Ladner. moved that the Alaska
Boundary commission be asked to deal
with Point Roberts, a small point of
American territory which cannot bo
reached by land, except through British Columbia, tho mover said tliia
point of land had already been the
scene of two murders, and there were
no officers there and no law. Tho
matter had been brought before Sir
John Macdonald when he was here,
nnd ho promised to liave it looked
after whenever it was brought officially
beforo him.
Tho speaker -gave his decision on a
point Of order raised by the introduction of a bill by Mr. T. Davie to amend
tho Sumas Dyking act. Tho decision
was that no private member could introduce a bill dealing with private interests without going through the usual
procedure of a private bill. This decision was appealed against, but was
sustained on a vote of 13 to 11.
Hon, Mr. Robson moved the second
reading of the Sumas dyking amendment bill. He said the bill was a
short one and the subject of its provisions were already bo well understood
by honorable members that it would
bo unnecessary for him to occupy the
timo of the house to any considerable
extent. It was. proposed only to deal
with such of the lands covered by tlie
act of 1878 as have not been in any
way affected bythe Matsqui dyke.
These lands, proposed to be released
by .the present. measure, were in the.
Sumas and Chilliwhack settlement and
somo of them on tlie opposite side of
the Fraser river. These lands have
been for tho most part settled upon
and considerable improvements have
been, mude; but the Bottlers being
unable to obtain a title, naturally feel
uneasy, and their efforts to create comfortable homesteads are to a great part
paralyzed. The present condition is
most cruel and unjuBt to the settlers
nnd injurious to the best interests of
the country, and he felt, confident
every honorable member would agree
with hiin that the sooner it was remedied the better, and the object of the
bill waB to place the provincial government in a position to administer theso
lands and issue patents at once to
every bona lido occupant. In, explanation of the suspending clause, ho
said that the Dominion government
had claimed that, upon the repeal of
the act, these lands would go to thom.
On the other hand, the provincial govornment contended that the lands
would revert to the province; and it
was to afford an opportunity to have
this matter arranged between the twp
governments that tho suspending
elnuse was put in Ho might state
thut the Dominion government liad in
some measure already conceded tho
point; and this matter, together with
some others, would reeoive the attention of tlie government as soon as the
house wus prorogued, and he felt confident of a satisfactory solution. He
felt quite sure that the measure would
commend itself to the judgment of
every honorable member, as it trenched upon no private rights, while it
would release a-lnrge and deserving
body of settlers from a very great
grievance, and put fin end to a stato of
things most injurious to that important district, Mr. Theo. Davie, Mr:
McLeese, nnd Mr. Allen also spoke in
favor of the bill, which passed its second reading.
Mr. Allen moved the second reading
of. a bill for the better protection of
cattle ranges, Ho explained that the
object of. the bill waB to legalize commons 5 miles in extent instead of 5
square miles. It was also intended to
prevent sheep and swine running over
tho ranges,
Mr. Higgins gave nutico of motion
to amend the statute and rules of court
so ns to ensure efficient notice' in tho
case of the sale of property levied on
by sheriffs; also, to simplify tho title
nnd facilitate the transfer of renl estate.
Houso ndjourned till Monday.
"The cause of temperance is tho
causo of social advancement. Temperance means less crime and more
thrift and moro of comfort nnd prosperity for the people. Nearly nil crime
in our army can be traced to intoxi
cation, nnd I have always found that
when with an army or body of troops
in the field there was no issuo of
spirits, and where their uso was prohibited, the health as well as the con*
duct of the men were all that could bo
wished for. No ono can wish the cause
success moro earnestly than Ido."-
Sir Garnet Wolseley.
 •—•>*-«	
-Jostfph fiusan, Percy, writes, "I w
induced to try Dr. Thomas' Eclectrie
Oil for a lumuness wliich troubled me for
three or four years, and I £mid it the
best article lever used.. It has been a
great blessing to me, Frauds may imi
tutu Dr, Thomas' Eclectrie Oil lu appearance and name, but in everything else
they nre dead failures.
- —■■-» ■» »■—-——
A deposit of iron ore iu Howard
county, Ark., is said to bo so pure that
it can be forgud'by a blacksmith into
horseshoe nails without any smelting,
and thnt this wiuV often done during
the war. Tiu outcrop mrnsures two
miles from cast to west, is from fifteen
to thirty feet wide and of unknown
depth.
Thos. Sabin, of EgUiigton, Bays: "I
have removed ten corns from my feet
with Holloway's Corn Cure," Header,
go thon and do likewise.
QT. PA I'I/s CHURCH. Services ev-
P *ry Sundny at U a. M.aml7r. M, In
tlre-Oliurflii, «t, JdijitHtiausL below Royal
avenue- Beats free, «|lT^o :c<mually In-
viteil.   tfmiday Behoof at 2.30 P. w.
■ (fe28tc)
TITKTHODIBT CHURCH, Mary St.
ifl Rev. C. Watfcoii, Pafltor. Services at
II n. m. ami 7 p. m. Sunday School-anti
Bible Class 2:so p. m. Prayer Meeting on
Thursdays at 8 p. m. Seats freo; strangers
cordially Invited. ■ Je7*w.
B
EAPTIST CHURCH, Agnes Street,
j East of Mary Street,. Rev. Robert
ennlc, Pastgr. Lord's Day Services at 11
a. m, and 7 p. m. Sabbath School and
Bible ClnBH at 2:30 p. m. All seats free;
strangers cordially 'welcomed.   d-de2ltc
«      UMION LODGE No, O, A. F.
*«/Vf A A. M.— Tho regular Com-
lLM nuiideations of this Lodge are
f^r Y held on the first Monday in each
month. Sojourning brethren are cordially Invited to attend
PETER GRANT,'
Secretary.
.3STOTICE.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
I havo  made application to  the
 lef Commlssionerof LnudK and Worka
for a licenso to cut and carry away timber
on.uurt (rom Lots 25,20,27,28,29, 30, .11,32,
84,85,88 and 3D, in the Hastings townsite,
Now Westminister District.
j.* W. A*'DUNCAN.   -
New Westiniuster, Fob. 25, 1887.   dlillllml
fi
MOTIOB.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
00 days after date, we intend mnking
application to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for permission lo purchase 100 acres df Umber lands on Howe
Sound, described as follows:
Commencing at a post set on the North
shore of Thorn borough channel, near Its
hend, thonco Nortii SOchains, thenee West
20chains; South SOchains; tlienee East to
place of commencement.
ROYA L CITYTLANING MILLC'CO.
(Limited)
JOHN HENDRY, Manager*
PIANOS
 AND—
ORGANS
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.
awmiiiic  T, R, PEARSON,
NATHANIEL DYSON.
INFORMATION REGARDING THE
whereabouts of Nathaniel Dyson (late
of Fiattorvlllc, Wisconsin) who ls supposed to have Bpont last winter in Now
Westminstor, will be thankfully received
by I. II. FISHER, Bank of U. C, New
Westminster. dw-deiJOtc
Skiff Found.
FOUND ADRIFT AT NEW WKST-
minster on the SOth January a Skiff
Which the owner can have by piovtng
properly and paying expenses.
JAS. A. BONSON,     i
djaaiml ■ City Hotol,-,
HACK FOR HIRE.
THE! UNDERSIGNED tins established
Himsolf In tlio Citv of New Westminster with a FIKST-OTASS
COVERED CARRIAGE,
Which Is open for ItaKngcniciil. nl - ■
-  very moderate tsUkntt*..
Orders left .atthe Colonlnl Hotel or sent
by tolephono, will bo promptly ntlenilcd
to day or nlslit.  Hlulilc noxtH. E'llolt's
JOS. OA.TEH.
Tolephono No. 89.       . . mylte
(iHK.IT RbU'LTH AltK Bl'KKDll.V AOCOII-
rl.lsilKli liy the leading slternativo,
Northrop * Lyman's Vsgetsbl. Dtaoovory
anil Dyspeptic Cure. Indigestion cn.es,
biliousness disappears, constipation give,
plnco to regularity of the bowels in con-
apijiicnco oi taken lt. Ladles suffering
from .complaint, peculiar their aex expel lenoe long wished for relief from it,
nntl impurities in tho circulation no longer trouble thon who sought its aid.
Givo Ita trial nnd you will not regret it.
WholesalP city Market.
Reef,     per Mollis,..	
Pork "	
Mutton      "        	
Hldemgr'n)" 	
Potntoen     "	
Turnips "
CarrotH "
Parsnips     "        	
IllM'tN "
Cablmiro     "
OlltOHH "	
Al'I'l'"*     I !'
Ventn " ....«,■„.»..
■Whonl-     i " ,.....*,.,,....
-Onto '*        i.X.u t.„.
Peas "	
Huy,       per ton    ,.,..
Ihittor (rolls) per tt...;	
Cheoflo. "  	
EiffiH,       perdoz,	
Oeeie,       eaeh      -m„,
Dueki      -   '■         L,A
cblokentt. per pair |..|>
Turkeys, per lb ,	
Cordwood (retail) pei* voril...
  tiitita i ra
,... 0 2.r> (S OHO
,'.... QMS (I 7ft
.... 0 20P? II :ii
  ;i f-o vi 4 oo
THR WEMT 8NOBK HM ttEPTipillKH.
-The creat IIIMmm* nrllMi rolum*
iila ftlttlon. A hill Mipplj* mm on hnuil
at % U, Form 41V*., MiHenUTbt
the Mainland, al M tin, eaeh. Ir
SABBATH SCHOOL
AIlIVlUitY
rpiIE METHOCI.1T KAllIIATH .SCHOOL
X Anniversary Knli'i-tnlrimt-nt will bo
held 10 the Methodist Church* on
Konday Evening, March lith,1887,
When un in ten-all nj-r Pi'oj-mmmo will be
presented,riinHlfiiln-in*     ■  *
Music and Dluloguri
Dy tlio Children,
ProiToilinn1'; l,ej*ln it! 711*0. AiIiiiUhIuii,
tilt eU. Proceeds ror the beiictlt of the
Bchool. ilffffltil
HSTABIjTSHED 187'.,
The West Shore
Kor the balance of IBSfl. iijelndlnn Alio
mammoth,holliliiy number, to »l\ who
KUbseHhe how for ftW.
Willi th" Jnnuarv \mw TUI*! WENT
HHOlirc will hojilii Ua twelfth year. Kvery
lUimhereontiilar original 11 hint ration*-: of
nei-nory, towns ahd indnstrM,-* Jn the Pa-
rifle NoiihwCM,ef|uallii'.: hi eriePlIoiiee the
best pimlactions of Kiwlcm iiiuifaxlncs.
The con tri b lltml art ic Ion, l'tmeVal litem-
tureniulotorlu'i are eiii<>i'iiifiiiiiRuud enre*
fully wilted, making tli'i,;iiii)*i;ii/liii' a
chant*.! family visitor. Tin! bomumiiU un
event* of interest to 11)19 region and tha
liu*j*o amount of Information cpm-ernliiB
nttr vitrlotiH reRotirces and | tliu protcrcMs o?
development Riven In every .nuinbur n-n*
der It i'xirciiit'lyviiliuilite. Nofnmll*- can
iimml iiiUo without It, nntl every onofl*
iiancliiltv lntcrtiSteil In Die Paultle North*
westin-ilCHlrouriof Icttniiiifr Ue resource*
Will Hnd It Invaluable.
■ If therttiitrui'lptMn prMft;(i2 per your) is
uent In now you will he entered /or WW,
and the remainder of PW will Ije'Hoiitm
u premium, .".    ' ,
I.. BAMUEI-,
rati fib)    1221'ront Street, Portland Or.'
BED  ROCK
IFBIOIIS
Winter Dry Goods!
-AND——
• AFTER THE HOLIDAYS.
D, DryIdale & Go,
dw-do2Stc
LONDON HOOSE
Largest Dry Goods, Clothing and Gents' Furnishing House on
the Mainland.
JAMES ELLARD & CO,
■ lit        '■■" '■     ^t" ■■■ '   ■
"liTe*w; ""WTestiaalaa.fstex,  B. < - (35. ■ ■ ■•■
dwjs.to     . ,
SPRING CLEARING SALE
To; make Room for fill Spring aiid
Summer Stock, shortly to arrive.
Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats,
MEN'? FURNISHING GOODS,
Carpets, Oil Cloths arid House
Furnishings.
We will offer our entire Stock for the
next two weeks at a reduction of 10 to 20
per cent, less than regular prices. A few
lines under cost to close them out. Call and
examine our Goods to give us an opportunity to quote prices and convince you that
we are offering Goods at astonishingly low
prices. - -   • ...       ,;'■'•. V"/-"-,'
OGLE, CAMPBELL & OO.
,] Next Door to Bank of B. G. •
P. 8.--8peclal Attention to Orders by Mall.    .
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& SilYer WatcIiBS, Diamond Biass.
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