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THE  :  COURIER
'■Excellent Advertising Medium'
VOL.
NANAIMO,.   B.C.,   THURSDAY.   APRIL   nth,    1889.
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DELMONIOO   RESTAURANT
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H.   DEMPSEY,    Proprietor.
TH-S   RKSTAURANT  HAS   BEEN RECENTLY   FITTED UP   IN
a  M    FIRST-CLASS STYLE.
FUBWRHED ROOMS, SINGLE OR IN   SUITE, CAN BE HAD AT
ANY 11ME.
GOOD SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION.
COAL!
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Vancouver Coal Mining
4ND  LAND   CO.   (LIMITED.)
THE   WELL - KNOWN   NANAIMO AND SOUTHFIELD   STEAM,
GAS.   AND   HOUSE   COALS   ARE   MINED   ONLY   BY
THIS   COMPANY, AT. THEIR ESPLANADE AND
SOUTH FIELD COLLERIES, NEAR   THE
PORT   OF   NANAIMO.
OCEAN STEAMERS AND THE   LARGEST DEEP-SEA VESSELS
LOAD AT THE COMPANY'S WHARVES AT ALL
STATES OF THE TIDE AND RECEIVE
PROMPT DISPATCH.
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OPPENHEIMER   BROS.,
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Wholesale Grocery House,
100 and Toa Powell Street, Vancouver, B. C.
FOR    SALE
Two Million Bricks
BV   THE ,
PIONEER   STEAM   BRICK   YARD.
COUGHLAN   k   MASON   Proprietors,   VICTORIA,   B.   C.
' Post Office Box no.
A. R. JOHNSTON k Co. |
Mr k Commission Mer .tats
BASTION STREET & GORDON'S WHARF,
NANAIMO.
A.  FULL   LINE  OF
Finest   Groceries   and   Fresh   Provisions
KEPT   IN   STOCK.
r      Ships    Disbursed   and   Supplies   Furnished
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FAMILIES AND  SHIPPING  SUPPLIED.   GOODS   DELIVERED   TO ALL
PARTS   OF   OITY   AND   VIOINITY.
•.GENT   FOR   PACIFIC   COAST    STEAMSHIP   COMPANY
:AGENT FOR THE EAST COAST STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
William Henry Smith Given
a Grand Dinner Previous to Being
ELEVATED TO THE PEERAGE,
Emperor William of G.n_a_y and ths
Prince of Wales Supposed to
Be at Loggerheads,
K 0B.1ND   FEUD.
THR   (jl'EEX   VISITS   IIF.R   .OBNJS,
I London, April 111.—The Queen to day
pniil a visit In her old nurse, Mrs. Hillicr,
who lives nl   Regent* Parle, and talked
I with her for nn hour,
sn-i-osKn mMinniii-R cai-tikkh.
Hamburg,   April    10.—Thr-   supposed
murderer of  the  hoy Steinfath.  whose
j mutilated Iwtly wns found on th. roadside
near hero on Monday, hns been raptured
nt I.ubcck,
CLERGYMEN roxviCTun.
Dulilin, April 10.—The Itevs. Morris
iiiul Cunningham were sentenced to-day
nt Menngli county.- Tippr-rary, to two
I months' imprisonment al hard' labor, for
offenses under the Crimes Act. The
clergymen appealed from the sentences.
THE  DI'KE OF NASSAU.
Liixombcrg, April 10.—The Duke of
Nassau received an enthusiastic reception
here to-day when he came to nsstime the
regency of the Duchy of l.uxemberg. In
his speech before the Council the Puke
said thnt be hoped soon to gain the sympathies of the people, and he declared he
was ready to shed the Inst drop of blood
in his rang for the welfnreof the eountrv,
London, April 10.—A grand dinner was
given to-night at thc Merchant Tailors
Hall to Wm. H, Smith, the gov't leader
in tho Commons. Both politician- and
business meh were present, and the latter In their speeches expressed the confidence of tlie city of London In Mr. Smith
and his ability to direct the interest
of the Tory majority in the Commons. It
is generally b.lieved that this dinner,
coming closely upon the announcement
of Mr. Smith's intention to retire from tho
flotise, and take a higher, thbilgll less
prominent .cat, that will he the reward
for his active party service, wns designed
to mark the npproachinu' step, and that Mr.
Smith's resignation of the Tory lender-,
ship and acceptance of a peerage'will very
shortly follow. The dinner was evidently
organized with this object in view. At
present all the indications point toward*
Mr. Balfour's succession to the leadership. The coming session needs n strung
aggressive man at the bead to lend th'e
Tories, and Bnifour'a Irish recoi-d ia cited
ns evidence that he la the only man able
to assume the leadership, The friends of
Goachen, however, think he la entitled to
the honor, but Balfourltei think of other
honor lor the chancellor ofthe exchequer.
The Pall Mall Gazette In referring to the
expected visit to England of Emperor
_'1111am asserts that the Kaiser will remain most of the time during his visit on
board of the vessel that bring* him in 1
order to avoid as much as possible meet-'
ing an illustrious personage with whom
be is violently offended. This extravagant I
assertion of the Gazette's refers te the
quarrel between the kniser nnd the Prince!
of Wales, but no one supposes that tbe j
latter would bo rude towards his mother's
guest nor that the Emperor William weuld
plnco himself in a position that would be
the subject of much unfavorable oora-
mont.
PARN-EM COHMtSStOS.
London, April 10.—Before thc Parnell
coin mission to-dav, Sir Charles Russell,
arguing in behalf of the Parnellite-, recounted the history of the growth of Fe-
nlanism in America, which he said was
merging into a movement to obtain ius-
ticu for Ireland bv legal agitation, The
history of the National League in America, said Sir Charles "shows no complicity in crime." "Thero is no period in the
history of Ireland," continued the speak-
or, "in which people of the Irish race, in
that greater Ireland beyond the sen's'
were not willing (0 accept the right of self
go'verhment in amity with the rest of the
Hritish empire." Sir Charles said that
Pni'iiell wns not associated with any secret
society, ho had never met Patrick Ford,
nor was be implicated in any conspiracy
whatever. Michael Davitt, although a
Irinnd of Ford, had repeatedly denounced
the outrages, anil all agitation that incited
to them,
NEWS FROM   TIIK COMMONS,
London, April 10.—In the Commons
to-night, -Mr. Dodge, son of A. II. Madden, conservative member for Dublin
University, denied the circulated report
that Lord Londonderry intended to resign
Ihe office of Lord Lieutenant of Ireland.
Dnuiel O'Kielly, nationalist member for
Mavo, moved to road a second time the
bill providing that the courts in fixing
rent deduct from the lotting value the cost
of improvements; also, that the courts
deal with arrears, deciding the amount
payable, nnd fixing tbe term of judicial
rent nt seven Instead of fifteen yenrs.
Tho motion was rejected by 229 to lliH.
ATTEM1T TO FLOAT THE "sUI.TIN."
London. April 10.—The Admiralty officials are about to make inquiries into the
efforts of the Puke of Edinburgh, Admiral of the Mediterranean squadron, to
float the man-of-war Sultan, which recently went iishoro on reefs in the Mediterranean Sea.
xkw.-paper Frs-rii.
Dublin. April 10.—The libel suit brought
by Magistrate Stokes, against Freemans
journal was decided to-dav and the journal w. s fined £300 damages.
r  -SID TIIK ARVY   1111,1.
Vienna. April U.—Tho lower house of
the Keichsmlh has passed ihe Army
bill, with tho amendments made by the
Hun .nrinn diet.
PASTEUR'S METHOD   A  FAILURE.
Sydney, N. S. W., April 10.—The commit ee which has b.en investigating M.
Pas eur's method of exterminating rabbits from Aiiatralii reports that the rabbi-, iimociilated with the virus ot chicken
cholera die, bin the disease was not com-1
mil nutate 1 from one to the other. !
TAX \TlON IN AUSTRALIA,
Sydney, N. S. W., April  10.—Thc new |
midget for the colony abolishes  specific:
duties on imports, ami raises the revenue I
by means of direct taxation.   These regulations   are to go into effect at ihe lit .inning of ihe. new lisctll year.
lmpuriai, visit. •
Vienna,   April   10.—Emperor Francis
Jos-pli has decided to pav his  promised
vi* t, to Berli.i cm the lOth'pf August,
PEBSOSAL.
Mr. John Hilbert, of this city, wa* a
passenger to Victoria yesterday.
Dr. E. A. Pragerand Captain Collister
went to Victoria by yesterday's train.
Mr. J, II. Hawtho.ntbi.alte and Mr,
S.   Hamilton were  passengers   to   the
Capital by the same train.
, Mr. and Mrs. Wolfe and returned from
Victoria by the norm train yesterday.
Miss Christie returned to Nanaimo by
the same train.
Mrs. Captain Kreemnn and Mrs. Frniik
Little passed through this city yesterday
on their way lo Wellington.
Mr. M. King returned to Nanaimo by
the noon train yesterday.
Aid. Abrams has been confined to his
lied since yesterday. He wrenched his
knee again chasing his horse.
The Rev. Father Sobry will assume the
pastofate of tbe Roman Catholic Ohurnh,
Nanaimo, In place of the Rev. Father
Durand, who went to Comox yesterday.
Mr. P. Mnclaren, of the Maclaren-Ross
Lumber Company, Ottawa, is In the city
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SHIPPING TOWS.
v. c. oo. . -rT,_
Tho ship Wilnn finisl oil loading at the
company's wharf yesterday, and sailed
this morning for San Francisco.
The SoUth-l-ii California is  duo to-day.
FOII COMOX.
The steamer Isabel sailed for Comox
yesterday with the following  passengcrsf
A TmnflBld, P McMillan for French
Creek, aud others.
WELLINOTOS.
The steamer San Mateo was reported in
the Bay last night.
FROM COMOX.'
The steamer Amelia arrived from Comox Inst night with a few passenger*.
Now that it iscustomary to have fruits,
flowers, the vinegar cruets, or salt and
pepper bottles, placed in the center of the
tnlile in lieu of a large castor, pretty devices are made of linen to lay upon tho
cloth. Some of these are elaborately embroidered.
Here ia a use for old papers which mav
be new to some ladies. Fold old, soft
newspapers in several thicknesses, place
in a pan of water until thoroughly wet,
then wring out, tear In small bits, pick
up fine and throw over your carpet instead of wet tea leaves, and see if you do
not like It better.
THIS AM) THAT.
A Long Island temperance lecturer
pledges his converts lo buy their beer by the
case and only drink it at home, and in four
wt-ks has ruined the business of fourteen
snlooas. It is a new idea, and one lhat kits
the saloon-keeper hard.
Mrs. Outwit (reading paper)—"There,
now! Dr. Howard Crosby says if there were
only men on the stage, men would not go to
the theatre." Mr. Outwit—"Well, perhaps
if there were only women in the pulpit,
wemen weuld not go to church,"
"Please accept tbe enclosed," wrote a subscriber in leading a check for the annual of
his subscriptioa. '-Declined wilh thanks,"
penciled tha absent-minded editor across Its
face; "your contribution is not feund available. All our humor is furaishe. b, a syndicate." '
Thc Kentucky Court -/Appeals has Just
decided that the property which a woman has
bought and paid far wilh money earned by
herself, is liable for Ike debts of her husband.
What ia needed in Kentucky ii a little met*
common sense and considerable less
law.
Self-sacrificing Man.—Mrs. Brown—My
husband isene ofthe mast geaerous ef men.
Mrs. Tcrwilliger- That'saice. Mrs. Brawn
—Yes; I made him a present of a box of
cigars for Christmas and he has givea them
all away to his friends. He hasa't smoked
a single one himself.
Table D'Hotc, Lake Conio.—"Don't you,
then, ever wash here?" "Oh, dear no I I
only scratch and rub!" Mrs. Tompkias,
oyerhlaring, leaves the table abruptly, much
disgusted. She afterwards hears ihey are
members of Ihe Hoyal British Water Color
Society who were discussing the technique of
their profession.
In the wrong .Dice.—Peddler—"My dear
sir, do you know how am.h time you lone
dipping a pen into the ink? Ten dipt a
minute means 6oo dips aa hour or S.ooo ia
ten luurs, and each dip consumes " Bull'
ncss Man—"Yes, I ktaow; I have figured it
all cm." Peddler—"And yet I Had yau
still writing in the old way." Business Maa
—"Ves, I am using the fountain pen you
soli I me a month age—using it ia the aid
way, because it won't write aay other way.1
I'cddle.—"Beg pardt-n; I'm in the wrong
•flicc.   C«o_«ay."
UNITED STATES MS
A  Frightful  Accident on
the Santa Fe Rail
Eoad
OAUSES  OEEAT  LOSS  OF   LITE.
 1 ._—...  ■
Details of the Beoent Storm Off- flaps
HatUr.s—TerribU Experiences
Belated by Passengers.
WASniS-TON WIRING*.
Washington, April 10.—Rear Admiral
Thomas K. Patterson, who has been ill
for some time, died this morning.
There was no efWrt made at* the state
department this morning to deny, or even
to evado nn answer concerning the report
that an agreement had been entered Into
by the Vnited States nnd Germany respecting the presence of war vessels in
Satnoan waters.
After consultation wilh his father nnd
with the German Minister, Count Aren,
who was at the state department this
morning; Walker Maine statetl that an
amicable understanding between the German nnd American governments bad been
entered into. "Ehglahd," said lllaine,
"Will undoubtedly follow llie example of
tne other two nations. The throe Irenly
powers will each keep but one vessel a'l
Samoa until tbo termination of tbe conference at Berlin. The Alert, the small
American gunboat now nt Honolulu, will
represent our government nt Apia; the
Sophia, a German corvette, recently ordered to Samoa, will represent Germany,
antl It is probable that tho Calliope, the
British gunboat which left Apia for
Sydney during the great hurricane
in Apia harbor, will represent
Great Britain there, Walker Blaine had
a conference I hit morning with Secretary
Tracy and Commodore Walker, chief of
the Bureau of Sdvlgatlon, concerning the
Samoan agreement and as a result of It a
cable dispatch was sent this afternoon to
the commander of the Richmond, now of!
the const of Braail, countermanding her
orders to go to Samoa.
The crop reporting aervice of tbe department of agriculture for April, relates
to.the condition of wlqter grain and farm
animals as tney go out ol winter quarters,
the seeding of wheat was somewhat delayed in the Middle States by early rains,
and we*t of Ohio, by dry weather in September and October. later conditions
were favorable in both sections, with mild
and dryer weather in the east and a fair
supply of moisture in the west. In tin-
south the condition of the soil for seeding
was generally favorable and germinations
was prompt and growth good,
PASSENOER   STEAMER    NEARLY    WRECKED.
New York, April 10.—the steamer
Chattahooehie, which arrived to-day three
days late from Savannah, reports having
experienced terrible storms off Cape Hat-
terns. On Sunday morning the crisis came
at 5:30 while all the paBsengera were in
their berths. A gigantic wave broke over
the vessel, carrying away a big section ol
the bulwarks and smashing a side of the
saloon. Several other monster waves followed, flooding the saloon and sleeping
bt-rt .s. Women aad men in all stages of
dress rushed hither and thither shouting
they were lost and calling on God to save
them. Some tore their hair in the utmost
despair, and acted more like insane than
sane persons. The captain and mate endeavored to soothe the passengers by assuring; them that there was no danger,
but with no avail, The passengers alternately prayed and cried all tiny Sunday
and throughout the night. The' ship was
hove-to at 10 a, m. On Monday the storm
had abated and the engines were started
again. By that time the vessel had drifted 200 miles oat of her course, An examination of the vessel at her dock to-day,
revealed several holes In the bow, nnd
part of the bridge was carried nway. The
port side from atern to stern was splintered and smashed, Two of the statesrooma
are completely demolished. Nearly nil the
crockery and glass were smashed and six
large mirrors ruined. One ladv whose
name was refused was carried down the
gangway unconscious and taken away fn
a cab. The Chattehoochic brought eighty-
six cabin and .9 steerage passengers.
Nearly all the passengers are in an exhausted condition and many had been
thrown down and bruised so badly as to
be unable to walk.
TH* RAILWAY   ACCIDENT.
Chicago, April 10.—In the railway accident on the Santa Fe road to-day. many
were killed and injured. John R. Hart
and famify were iu a special car returning
heme to Boston from a western pleasure
trip. Mr. Hart is a director of the Santa
Fe road. He and his wife were badly injured, and probably fatally. They were
taken to Chicago. Hart's son, aged 15,
was dead when taken from the wreck.
His neice, on her way to New York, to be
married, wa* killed. The porter and
cook, colored, were also kliled. Corrected list of killed and wounded is as follow s
Killed—Robert Henry Hart, Boston
Mies Alice Winslow, Brooklyn; Harry
the porter, Los Angeles: Thos. Smith,
cook, Los Angeles- Wounded—J. R.
Hart and wife, Boston, probably fatally;
Henry "_"' Lamb, Brooklyn, fatally; P. L.
Palmer, brakenian, Chicago, seriously
scalded and bruised. The engineer and
firemen ol thc freight are badly w jnded
and scalded. Their name* could not be
learned.
TIME   EITKNDF.D.
New York, April 10.—Trunk line general passenger agent* to-day granted the
request ofthe dry good* merchant* to
make excursion tickets for thc centennial
inaugural, good till May 6th, so as to give
visitors to the city ample time to make
| pin .bases.
HOME RESOLUTION*.
I    New York, April  10.—The  Board of
! Trade  to-day adopted a resolution that
j wberens, the Inter-State Commerce Coin-
mission was created   in response to   gu
I overwhelming demand from mercantile,
nnnufactiiring and agricultural interest*
| for governmental supervision of railroads;
and, whereas, the Commission has been
| called  upon to decide   mainly practical
'liientions  of transportation rather tbaa
^technical questions of law; and, where**,
i it is now composed entirely of lawyers not
[experienced  in practical' knowledge   of
inter-state commerce; therefore, resolved,
that the board request President Harrison
to fill any vacancy in said Cei-miaaion by
the appointment ot a Merchant possessed
of a practical knowledge of the necesii-
ties of inter-state commerce, and who will
represent the Interests which were instrumental in the  creation; and, resolved1,
that an appointment to the Commission
should not be regarded as political aor
partisan   emoluments,   but  should   be
made in conformity with the spirit of the
law, viz: the establishment of a tribunal
for the protection of the commercial and
industrial, together with tbe traotport*-
tion interest* ef the country.
,      To SETTLE I'f OCtABOMA.     -
Washington, April 10.—Jacob C. RoV-
er.s, registrar at Kingfisher station aad
John K. Dille, rvgiftrar at Guthrie, Oklahoma, ut m thi* city aad were to-day at
the land oflice, when they received verbal
and written instructions in regard to tbe
duties of their office. They also received
large supplies of official stationary aad
papers to be used in case of settlers making cntrv on Oklahoma lands, Messrs.
Roberts and Dille will leave this city in •
few days for their respective posts, to be
in readiness nt noon on April 22nd the
day on which the territory will be spened
for settlement.
ASOTIIER     STRIXE.
Newark, N. J., April 10.—One hundred
and twenty men and boys employed in
Clarke's thread works, in Eaat Newark,
went on a strike this morning against*
15 per cent, reduction in wages. Forty
of the men are th* spinners employed in
tho factory, and the others are tbe helpers who are known as piecers and creelere.
There was no reduction in tbo par of the
helper*, and they were not obliged to
quit, but they did so lest they be compelled to take the spinner* place*. New man
are being found to do tbe helping.
CONTRACT LABOR.
New York, April 10.—Six English boys,
between 6 and ID yean old, who were
brought over on the steamer Wyoming by
a man named New.underan agreement to
work on bis ranch in Iowa a year tor their
passage money, were detained at Castle
Garden to-day, and wilt probably be sent
back.
0**T_**_-_rOY.
American lard has beea abut eat ef Meii-
co, which teem* a little haf- oa the Greasers.
The utterances of Mr. Waaamaker ia his
Bible class are aow qsoted and ceaimeiteU
upon from a political standpoint.
A movemeat is on foal t* form a combination for the cantrol of the orange crap af
Flarida. A firm trust i* orange blossoms kas
existed for years.
Same of the four hundred evclttiives of New
York are rehearsing for aa aaaatear circus.
A cage ol English-apeing dudes wonlJ be an
interesting feature,
"Cashiered" is the Latest slang expressiea
descriptive ot the popular Canadian j.tirney.
If a man is single he will secretly ca*hier, hut
if be have a wife he will teller.
There has rarely been a diaplay of more
quiet dignity ia time of trouble than baa bee*
furnished hy Chief Justice and Mrs, Fuller
liacetheelopemeat oftkeir daughter.
The Chicago Tribuae ii very wrath b«ause
Canadians suspect that lard pre_iiee_ ia that
city af beiag adulterated. Loyalty ta the bag
and all his works is an article of faith ia Chicago.
A case containing a representation in meerschaum of every man who has ever held the
office of President ia the I'aited States will
be sent to the Paris expositioa. This uay result in aitr Presidents being colored,
"Ta the editor of Ihe Leading Republican
Paper, Jencsvill.: Kind inclose- year
commission as postmaster. Please notify
'Wanny' of your aame and fill io blank left
for same. B.  HARRISON."
An Omaha policeman the other day registered agaiast a prtsoacr ihe charge of "having St. Vims' tlance in the depot." Whether
he objects to danciag anywhere aad at all
tines or thought the use of the Jepet sacrilegious does not appear.
The (.overner af Delaware has granted a
murderer sentenced to be hanged a respite at
tweaty-live years. Suppose the state in the
meantime adopts electricity as the legal
means of removing a criminal. Can tkeaaan
be lawfully executed in 1914?
People in rittiftw-L N. Y„ were Very much
exercised hy the playing ofa piano in an apparently _e'serl«d room at dead af sight, aad
all sorts of ghost stories were afloat, when it
was discovered that the mysteroius musician
wai the family cat, which while- away the
hours by walking up and down the keyboard.
A Boston patient bus been sued because
he refused to pay his electric physician.
He evidently thought he bad bees too
highly charged with electricity. .
A    WA-MM-M.
TV modes of death's approach are various, and statistics show conclusively that
more persons die from diseases of the Throat
and Lungs than any other. It is probable
that everyone, without exception leceives
vast numbers of Tulrercle Germs Into the
system and where these germs fall upon suitable soil they start into life and develop, at
first slowly and is shown by a slight tickling
I.nsation in the throat and if allowed t* continue their ravages they extend to the lungs
producing Consumption and to the head,
C ttising Catarrh. Now all is dangerous, and
if allowed to proceed will in time cause
.eath. At the onset you must act with
promptness; allowing a cold to go without
attention is dangerous and may ios. , __•
life. As soon as you feel that' s-.-K.___g is
wrong with yonr Throat, Lungs or Nasirir
obtain a bottle of Iloschee's German Syrup
It will give yon immediate relief; NANAIMO
COURIER
AN   INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER
THURSDAY,   APRIL   nth,    1889.
—THE— ]    A company haB been formed in England
with a capital of $100,000 to open up trade
in the Soudan.   The extraordinary thing
about it la thai it is going  to  go  at the
-  thing peacefully and instead of clubbing
^ _  ar,d shooting the natives into friendly re-
lattoni it will encourage them to raise
Mr. James O'Ncil is authorized on be- i tobacco and cotton by showing tbem tbe
half   of     the    Nanaimo    CoimtBR    to! best methods of conducting those occiipa-
canvass for suliscriptions, advertising, re-' tions.
ceive payments nntl give receipts for the 	
same in the city of Victoria.
Esouimalt & Nanaimn
Railway.
TIME    CARD   No.   IO.
TO TAKE EFFECT AT Sun A. M.|.ON SATURDAY, MARCH 30th. ,S«o, TRAINS
RUN ON PACIFIC STANDARD
TIME.
LEET,  GORE & CO.,
_____:
Tub emperor of Russia has just decorat-
■ === eJ a»'l rewarded n private soldier whose
Mb. John Orri. is authorized on be-  fi,|L.lity to hi_ d|](v re0_,ls  .. p m .fia of
half    of    the    Nuiuiimo   Coirier    toj the Roman sentinels who perished in the
subsc-riptions, receive   pay-. destruction of Pompeii.   When the recent
111, earthquake destroyed a   small  Russian
town in Central Asia this soldier was on
duty in the Military Treasury.    Although
I he houses were crushing around liim this I '
faithful fellow stood motionless,  waiting]
death.   The only sign which showed that
be appreciated bis situation was  the fact 1
i-anvass for  subscriptions, receive
incuts am! give receipts for the same
Wellington.
ALA^KAN~~LMMbl(ALITIES.
Vanllouten & Handle.
IMPORTER-; ANn DEALERS IN
Hardware : Stoves
Tinware
We manufacture all kinds of
SHEET IRON, TIN
There hns been a good deal of comment
over the alleged   charges of   immorality,
. etc., preferred bv Governor Swineh-oru, I that lie raised his hands as soldiers do in
of Alaska, against the officials of the Alas- j prayer. Fortunately a sergeant in the
ka Commercial Company. The grand 1 street saw him amid the ruins nnd injury, at Sitka, in their recent report, said | stantly ordered him to quit his post, which
that the immoralities existing between 1 h. did right willingly,
the whites and the natives were "1 o 110.1  j —
than exist iu a frontier country, and
among a semi-barbarous people." The
native custom of buying wives has been
practiced by the whites with no reference
to the moral obligations of marriage, but
the grand jury "do not find that the natives have suffered any in this regard,
from the contact and associations with the i
whites." An American contemporary remarks, that when it ia remembered that |
Judoe Dawson gave as one reason for resigning his office last summer, that it was
impossible  to select a grand jury under
the United  States  law   without having,
. more or.less, criminals on  it; or at least,
men who make a business of violating the
laws, the value of their report may be es
tlmated.   It is  doubtless true,   however,
that the relations between the whites and
natives  are no worse  than  thev  are in
otner frontier countries,  where the same
conditions of life  prevail.   And  the fact
that the grand jury had no case called to
their attention demanding  investigation,
only shows that things are tolerated there
bccansetl they are practiced.
The contact  between the  miasionaries
nnd the exploiting class, in  Alaska, has
been going on in the world ever since the 1
missionaries began.   The   ships   which I
carry missionaries and Bibles to thc const |
of Africa, carry  Medford rum.   In the
Hantlwich Islands missionaries meet with
t he same obstacles which are complained
of in Alaska.
An old  resident of this territory kept
lor many years' aa an interesting historical document, the requisition of government officials in this territory,  who nflor
beeajne very prominent in the  nation for
' 'a keg of whisky and three Indian women." Everybody who know* what "exists
in a frontier country and among a semi-
;L_?.' _rous people," willhnve averyeor-
leet idea of the  relut. mi b_t_<_-:i  the
white, and natives In Alaska.
SURVEYORS.  CONVEYANCERS, NOTARIES AND COLLECTORS,
GhOVBRKTMEMTT    8THB3B3T,
Cable  Address:
BLODGETT,
Victoria, B.
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Return tickets will be ^issued between al points
j for a single fare pood for return Monday.
„     . — — Return tickets for one nml a half ordinary fare may
] be purchased dally to all points, good for three days
S3TA specialty made of Tin Roofing and j "5fft*|^_S fu'd for . single far, „_«_
Cornice Work.    Estimates given and work j ,uch fare is 25 cents,
guaranteed,
VANHOUTEN c_ RANDI.E,
Victoria Crescent     -    -     Nanaimo, B. C.
G. W.  BIGGER
EDITORIAL  NOTES.
No usurer of President Harrison's
Cabinet Is a total abstainer, though Wan-
amaker frpwns upon intoxicants. Mr.
Harrison takes a swallow of Irish whisky
now and then, Blaine is a connoisseur of
--"rench wines, Windom enjoys a dinner at
Which each course hns an appropriate
stimulant, Tracy is fond of a pint of
champagne at lunch, Noble likes malt
drinks, nnd indulges every day in a bottle
of imported ale, Miller seldom takes anything lint rye and seltzer, while Husk
swallsWs his corn-juice plain. Rlijgli
Halford has never tasted whisky, but has
sipped champagne now and then on con-
vival occasions.
John Ericcson, the dead inventor,
Who won renown by the construction of
the Monitor, which proved of inestimable
service to thc United States government
during tbe war of the rebellion, devoted
bis last days to perfecting un invention
that may Im of permanent advantage to
the human race in its peaceful vocations,
nnd made provisions in his will for its applications to such purposes, if it is found
practicable. It is the sun motor for utilizing the sun's radiant heat for the production of motive power. If the sun can
be chained to the wheels of industry for
benefit of the human race, it will lie an
achievement similar to Benjamin Franklin's contribution in teaching how the
lightning can be utilized. Kriccson and
Franklin lived to the same age. Both of
them retained and used their powers to
the last, and the ceaseless industry of each
wa* inspire.! by a warm desire for the improvement of mankind, During the past
year Ericcson was so careful of his time
that he refused to see any but hi* most
intimate friends and their visit* he cut
short. He felt that the moments which
brought him nearer to the realization of
a. uieful discovery were too precious to lie
wasted.
Henry M. Stanley, the great African
explorer, must bear a charmed life. He
has been killed hundreds of times hy
newspaper correspondents, hut has always
bobbed serenely up, and asserted his claim
to be still numbered among tho living.
Tbe world at large will rejoice to hear that
the fearless and undaunted traveller has
once more braved the perils of the Dark
Continent, and that there is a very 1 canon-
able bepe that he will lately return from
the most trying and danger .t s trip be has
yet undertaken. HI* lecent experience
will doubtless prove Intensely interesting
and particularly valuiMe.
VICTORIA,   B.C
—WILL _1V_-•_
-IN-
Crayon,Indian Inkor WaterColors
The BEST WORK on the Pacific
Coast at
NEW
VORK    -:-    PRICES.
DEALERS   IN
New and Second-Haud
GOODS.
All Kinds of Goods Bought,
Sold and Exchanged.
VICTORIA CRESCENT,
Opposite Provincial Hotel.
Through rates between Victoria and Comox
R. DUNSMUIR, PrwMenll
JOB. HUNTER, Gel - al Superintendent:
I'. K. PRIOR, General Freight and Passmger
Agent.
FIRST BAN K
-ESTAM.I3HED   IN-
Oity 0 Nanaimo
BATSTK   OF
(--.COII-OitATKD  BV ROYAL CHARTER, 1.62.)
CAPITAL t •1,6»0,.HM»
(WITH  roWRR TO INCREASE.)
London   Office*—at Cornhill.  ondon.     Branch-tat San Francisco, Portland, O.., Victoria, New
Westminster, Vancouver, Nanaimo an-
Kam loops.
AtrentH und l'orrr*i|.on«lt.m(.:
In Canada—The Hank of Montreal and branches.
United Status— Ajeiits Bank of Montreal, *8\V»'i
Street, New York; —Bank of Montreal, Chicago.
Unitrd Kingdom—Bank of British Columbia, a-'
Cornhill, London; National Provincial Bank of
Enclund; North and South Wales Bank;
British  Linen   Company's   Bank;
Bank of Ireland.
ndia, China, Japan, Australia, New Zealand Hong
Kong   and   Shanghai    Bank   Corporation-
Chartered  Bank of India, Australia and
China, English, Scottish and Australian Chartered  Hank, Bank of
Australasia,    Commercial
Hank Co., of Sydney.
Mexico and South Ambbica—London  Bank of
Mexico and South America.
G. H. BLAKEWAY& CO.;      ,T , —\
I Telegraphic Transfers anil  Kemittar.ces tn and from
IMPORTING AND   DISPENSING       j        ill points can be made through this Hank al
CHEMISTS AND DRUGGISTS.
The Nanaimo Pharmacy
COMMERCIAL   STREET.
Physician Prescriptions careful!)* compounde-*.
Country orders promptly .iltctiHod to*
current  rate..
_ra___n.es Harvey
IMPORTER OF
ENGLISH AM) CANADIAN MERCHANDISE.
Commercial Street, Nanaimo,   B. C.
Joseph M. Brown
ENGLISH,    AMERICAN   AND   SWISS
WATCHES _  CLOCKS CLEANED
AND REPAIRED.
AGENT FOR S. S. KIMHEI.L'.. CHAM
PION FIREANDllURGLAR-H-OOF
SAFES.
Front Street, Nanaimo.
J. H. HUBERT
KF.E.S TIIE LARGEST AND BEST
STOCK o.
BOOTS  AND SHOES IN THE CITY.
Give him * call and get prices.
LION HOUSE.   -   COMMERCIAL ST.
Mar »5*-rf
ollections carefully attended'to and every decrip.
tion nl banking Irans-rted.
E.M.  YARWOOD,
Solicitor of the High Court, Ontario.
—AWE—
IOTA SI PUBLIC FOB BEITIH OOLTOBU.
Office in Smith's Building, Commerci*"
Street, Nnnaimo.
Q IJ E EDST
Chop and Oyster House,
Long Btidgc, Nnnaimo, B. C.    a)
OYSTERS   IN   EVERY   STYLE
Raw, Fry, Fancy Roast,
Plain Roast, Oyster Loaf,
New York Stew, Box Stew, Pan Roast,
FISH : GAME : AND : CHICKEN
' ALL KINHS OF   ROASTS.
ICE  :  CREAM-
Departure Bay Express
Leaves Nanaimo Daily, excepting Sunday,!
at eleven o'clock .1. in., ami 3 <■'■ lock p.m.,
returning  at 9  o'clock a.m.,   anil 1 o'clock
JAS. HARPER. Proprietor
Canadian Pacific Natation  Co.
[LIMITED]
TIME   TABLE   No.   io.
TAKING'EFFECTFEBRUARY lot, 1M9.
nURRARD INLF.T ROUTE,
VICTOR IA TO Vancouver nn-l M-iorfyvllIe dally
*._rfpt MondlVt nt a o'clock.
VANCOUVER TO Victoria, dally, except Monday,
nt n:i3 o'clock or on the arrival of the C. P.
Railway Train.
PUG IT ROUND ROUTE.
R.S. PREMIFR will leare a« follows:—Vancouver
3 p.m., Mondays and Thursdays, returning
leave. Seattle Wednesday* and Saturdays at 6
a.m., nr-Ivinr* in Vancouver about 6 p.m., this to
take ffect Tlmr-day, February oil),
NKW WESTMINSTER ROUTE,
7_eav*"; VICTORIA for New Westminster, Ladner's
I.andinc and T.ulu Island, Sundavs andlhur>
day. at 7 e'clock. Tuesdays at 8 o'clock.
Leave NEW WESTMINSTER for Victoria and
way ports on Monday at 2 p.m., Wednesday and
Friday at 7 a.m.
PLUMPER PASS, Sunday at 7 o'clock.
FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamers for Hope and way ports leave New Westminster every Thursday; For Chilliwhack and
way landings every Tuesday and Saturday at
7       BARCLAY SOUND ROUTE.
St-tamer MAUDE leaves Victoria for Alberni and
Soand ports once a month.
NORTHERN    ROUTE.
Steamship Sardonyx will leave for Fort Simpson and
intermediate ports on the Flrit and Fifteenth of
each month.   Whenever stifficient   inducement
ofttr_ will call at points on the West Coast and
Q»een Charlotte Islands.
T*he .-or-, nany reserves thr* ripht nf chanting this
Time Tahlr at anytime without nntiflration.
G. A. CARLFTON. |OHN tRVINCl,
Gen. Agent, Utuager.
Whitfield    Bros.,
IMPORTERS   AND   DEALERS  IN   BOOTS
AND SHOES
Boots nnd f.shoes tmt-t! to order, repniilnn a Kpecialtv
Victorv ri-.-i.rt, r-tir-atrro, B.C.
Cosmopolitan Market,
commercial Street, Nanaimo, B.C.
3-j.   Qirx_i___r_Nn_ax__E__.
—ALWAYS—
A   CHOICE   ASSORTMENT
OF TIIK -_NE8T
MEATS   AND   VEGETABLES
IN TIIE  MARKET.
Tree Dell Miry to 111 Parts of the City.
I    I
I    I
.-ON-IEK-IAI.    ft'I-BE
Iho Largest and Boat Hotel tn th   01.t.
R. WATK1KS    - PROP.
NANAIMO,  B.C.
.Peck's Hotel,
EAST   WELLINGTON.
T.   E.   PECK,   Pr-prl«!or.
FIRST-CLASS IN EVERY PARTICULAR.
Th. Cholcei! Brandt, of Win us, l.l .vou aad Cigars
always on hand.
A CALL SOLICITED.
OCCIDENTAL    HOTEL.
This clc(;_nt nntl cnmmniliou5
NEW BRICK BOTE,
Opposite the  E..tiuir_..lt   and Nanaimo
Railway  Stntion, having  been
leased by the undersigned, will,
after a thorough over-hauling and fitting up, be
CONDUCTED IN FIRST-CLASS STYLE
Special care will be given to tli.
Dining - Department
And no trouble will be ipared to satisfy
everybody.   Fine elegantly fitted up
-_3_E__D   ROOMS
f__*"SAMPLE ROOM-^EJ
For Travellers.     Only    first-class   Wines,
Liquors  and Cigars   dispensed   at  the
BAR.    We solicit your patronage.
John Decker & Co
feb g tf
TEAMINQ.
ORDERS   FOR   .RAVAGE   OR   TEAMI.
"    l«l nt the hxrelsior |_.l„y, Commercial .,,_,
nr Mansou s st-re, Hnliliurton street, will recei]
prompi attontlon at moderate rates.
A. ANDERSON,
,    ., ,     , Albert Street,
AP"' f>- If Nanaimo, U.cA
-NOTICE.
Having disposed of the type aad future* ri
the Nanaimo Morning Courier to the CotiR,
IKR Printingand Publishing Company, all al
counts due thc said paper will be collcctel
by me, and all liabilities of thc Nnnaiiril
Morning Courier will be paid by me oi
presentation. .    ROBT. TODD
DON'T READ THIS I
For > First-Glass Hair Cut, Snave nr
Shampoo, go to.thc
into Slaying a..
COMMERCIAL ST., NANAIMO, 8. C.
JOHN LEWIS, Proprietor.
PRIVATE ENTRANCE FOR  I.ADlES.
W.BE£DEMEYER,DR.PH.
Mln'-i .nqlrM-r. fn'dti lUteiui
. renin-'ll Surveyor and as-
Hiytr, Vancouwr, 8. C.
UTt PARTNER 0. I. M'VICKER SALT LAKE CITY.
Reliable reports, underground survey* and maps
of mines executed nt low rates. Assnys made on all
W-ds of Minernls, Cold'and Silver linrs. Thirty
V< irs experience in mining In Asia, Europe and
II ited States of America. Speaks ten languages.,
.i;a\s from a distance promptly attended to.
Address, Vancouver, B, C. 953-y.
F, REVELY,
Master.
for
NANAIMO   AND   COMOX.
Will leave Victoria every Tuesday at *. a.m.. (or
Nanaimo, calling at Saanicn. Burnoyne Bay, Vesuvius Ilay and Chhmainus. Will leave Nanuimc-
every Wednesday at 7 a.m., for
COMOX
And Way Pom, and return at 7 a.m., every Thun*
da■;. Will leave Nanaimo every Friday at _:6 a.m.,
f'nr Vancouver, and return the iamt day at 1:30 p.m.
Will leave Nanaimo every Saturday at 7 a.in., for
Viicoria, sailing at Chemainuti, Veauvius Day, Hur*
**c7ne,Bar und Saauich. For Freight and Pastafe
aputy od t'oard.
Mar 1—tf
OITT
Next   door   to   Hirst's   B_o8.,
Commerci.-l   Street.
V. D. DEEBLE, Prop.
Conseantly on hand a full assortment of
Choice Meals and Vegetables.
Shipping supplied at short notice.
LELAND   HOUSE,
PROUT    m    IN8LEY,    Proprietor*.
Strictly First-Class.   Accommodation for t.j Guests.
Convenient to Railway Station nnd -team-
ship Dock.
CORNER OF HASTINGS & GRANVILLE
STREETS. VANCOUVER. B. C.
|y*Open day nntl night. Meals 25 cents
and upwards. Board nnd Lodging by the
day, week or month.
W. H. PHILPOTT, Prop.
_i_3-*f
Schooner No- 4, Pilot Boat,
BBI_l_OIN(l   TO
CAPTAIN MACDONALD,
EQUIPPED AND READY FOB SEB-
vice. Any person wisliinK to hire tbe
iiimc for pilot liiiKintw.. or _._l or lilnck
ecA fishing, can have tho same by npply-
i... to       Cam-ain Mac-Donai.d, No. I,
Ii)ari5*iui
RESIDENT  PHYSICIAN  AT CLINTON.
APPLICATIONS for the position of Resident
"- I-hyslcian at Clinton will be received al the
Provincial Secretary's Office up to Saturday, the 9«tn
day of April next.
Coveruiii.nl stipend at the rate of $75. per annum.
A CAMPBELL REDDIE,
Deputy Provincial Secretary.
Pr-vincial Secretary's Olliee,
33rd March, 1885. ml] a? Ap ao.
RED  HOu'SE.
ALEX. MAYER • MARCUS WOLFE.
Alex. Mayer k Co.,
Wholesale ind Retail De alms in General.
Merchandise
Orders   promptly  and   carefully delivered-
SHIPPING SUPPLIED AND SHIPS DIS
DUKSED.
Commercial Street,
Nanaimo, B.  C.
DEW DROP HOTEL,
HALIBURTON      ST.,     NANAIMO,
The 1-L-st of Liquors ami Cigars will be dispensed
at  the It.ir.
Thi. Hotel is now prepared to fiirni.h fir^t*clas_ ac-
i_.ini.n>-T:_i:i. 11 fm  Hoarders and Lodgers..   Hoard
per mon tit $a..oo.
SAMUEL HAGUE.
Donald   Smitl
NOTARY PUBLIC, COHTETAICER,
REAL  EST AT]
AND INSURANCE AGENT,
Wanaimo,  33. O.
Ian. 22 tt
P. O. Bon
W. R. ROBERTS,
Watch Maker & Jeweler,]
NORTH WELLINGTON
Opposite S.llroa. Stat. n.
Watches and Jewelry bought, sol' >nd repaired.
poodleTdog^estaurantI
nanaimo, b. c.
P. Jumieson, Prop.
Oysters,  Cakes, Jellies, Ice Cream, Blarjc]
Mange, 4-c,   The orly White Ubor
' Restaurant in Town.   Meals
from -t n-.nti up.
R.   CRAIO,
General' Blacktmith ft Carriage Builder.^
Bastion street BrUgi, Kanalmo, B, C.
With New Premises,   Modern   Machinery and! Firs '
(.'lass   tVorlmen,   all  Styles of Wagons,
Carriages and Buggies will be built;
to order.
H 'KSE S'lOEING A SPECIALTY.   REPAIR,
INC DUNE.
COMMERCIAL   MILLS
LEAMY ft KYLE, Props.
MANUFACTUREHS AND DEALERS IN
ALL KINDS OF   ROUGH AND
DRESSED
L U   M B ER,
->oc_t8, wnrnow s, blihdb, bus _les,
LATHS, Etc., Etc.
TELEPHONE.   OSce and Vardi
SOOTH END CAMBIE ST„ FALSE CI
VANCOUVER,   I).   C.
F,   W.   COOK, C.E.,
CIVIL RNGINGEER AND SURVEYOR,
Surveys timber and other  claim;.
A.t're ..-COMOX. B.Cr
Mar -jo— tl
To the Travelling Public
TICKETS
—' TO  /tl,   I01NTS  ON   Tim*"—
CANADIAN PACIFIC SAIL'V
And its connections ro: y be h.v' fro     ni
c. c. Mckenzie,
Land Agent, Conveyancer, Accountant
and Insurance Agent,
Okrlcat-C. L. Smith's Building, Bastion Sireel,
Ni.nanno.
Town Lots and Farms for Sale. Money lo Laaa an
Mortgage at low ratee.
Agent for the Glasgow and London Fire Insurance
Company.
R. J. W. ATWOOD,
Chemist «fc Druggist.
Patent Medicines, Perfumervan*
Toilet Goods.
Prescriptions Carefully Compounded.
OM-HB-tOIU. 8TIlEB_,-I_____f_I., _;  0.
NOTICE.
AisMiment Act and Provincial Revenue Taa, Nanaimo District.
Notioa Ii hereby «iven, tn accordance with tbe
Statutes, that Provincial Revenue Tax and all Taxaa
lavied under the A_se_sment Acts arc now due for the
year, i8Bn, and uayable at ray otllce, Kanalmo:
Assessed Taxes, if paid on or before June 30th, 1I89.
are collectable at the following rates, viz:
J, of 1 per cent, on Real I'roperty.
7M cciils per acre on Wild Land.
(.me*third of ont- per cent, on Personal   Prorert**,
'/. of t per cent, on In-.-omc. ■'       >
If (.aid after Juno 30th, i3_g:—
"; of t per t-rnt. oil Real i'roperty,
8*'. cents per acre on Wild Land,
'* of 1 p.r cent, on Personal Properly.
fi of 1 per cent, on Income,
M   BATE.
■VlWSfO*'''*- ' ''Vlactoe.
A. SHAW, Agent,
Nawim.,
TO
EUROPE, CANADA, or the
TT_t_.ltec_L m .ate«.
To tave money consult the undersigned it
J. H. Hilbert's Boot * Shoe Store, Com.
mercial street, about rates to or from Great
Britain and the Continent or to any pi.it in
the United Stales and Canntl* before
purchasing else'_-__-f«_"• :
"». B. DENNISON,
RMlway a*i.| Stea uship Aftont,
Nanaimo, B.C. ********g***g ■ ■■■	
STEAMER SERVICE.
fBetween Nsnaimo, Comox and Victoria.]
Steamer Amri.ia.
Arrives In Nanaiamo every Tuesday evening.
Leaves Nanaima for Comox Wednesday     3 A.M.
Returns from Comox for Victoria,
Wednesday evening.
leaves Nanaimo for Victoria Thursday     7A.M.
Leaves Victoria for Nanaimo, l'n-
<lay    7 A. M.
Leaves Nanaimo for Victoria,   and
all way ports Saturday     7 A.M.
[Between  Nanaimo and Vancouver.]
STl'AMRR I-AINIIOW.
Arrives   at    Nanaimo    Tuesdays—Leaves
Nanaimo Wcrlncsday morning.
[Between Westminster, Comox & Nanaimo.]
Steamer Robert Dunsmuir.
Al rives in Nanaimo Wednesdays and Sun
days—Leaves    Nannimo    for   Comox
Thursdays—Leaves   Nanaimo   for
New Westminster    Saturdays
and  Mondays.
Trains leave Nanaimo for Victoria.   9:04 A.M
 Wellington      12:29 p-_•
"*rrivcin    " from Victoria    12:20 p. M.
"      Wclling.'
ton       S:cj A. M.
On Saturdays an extra train leaves Nanaimo for Victoria at I :<6 P. M. A train also
leaves Victoria for Nauaimo, arriving here
nt 6:55 p. M.. and leaves for Wellington at
10:15 P. M,
POSTAL SERVICE.
Mails close daily for Victoria
and way stations  8 a.m.
"   Arrive     12:20 A. M.
"   Close for Wellington...    11:45 A.M.
" Fnr Comox, Alberni and
way stations every Wednesday  7 t. M,
SPANISH ROYALTY.
■ >».   I _M_IIII>II ,1 __--_M_—
**__■**»
HOW   SPANIARDS  SHOWED DISLIKE FOR
THEIR KING, AMADEUS I.
Mark Twain, in his "Huckleberry
Finn," drew a picture of royalty scarcely less forlorn than might have been
taken from life and that within our
own time. It is one of the miracles
that in a land which has submitted to
the imperious rule of n Th'lip and a
Ferdinand such a bold affront to
royalty as is described by D'Amiris,
the distinguished traveler and writer,
could have been possible. He sneaks
of the later days of the reign of King
Amadeus of Spain, when he says:
"One Sunday the king held a review
of ell the voluntaries de la libertad,
who form a sort of national guard,
with the difference that   those  lend
their aid spontaneously and these never
render it even by force.   They passed
. in platoons.   As they moved on, at a
! sign from the commander, they crW
'Viva el reg!   Viva Don Amadeo pri-
mero!'   The first officer that utter..
(the cry had an unfortunate idea.   The
[viva   shouted   spontaneously   by  the
first, became a duty for all the others
Und was the cause of the public taking
[the greater or less force and harmony
I of the voices a* a sign of political <Je-
jmonstratien.   Some of the  platoons
Igave such a short and weak cheer that
|'t sounded like the voices of a parcel
•of sick men who were calling for help;
jfthen the crowd broke out into a laugh.
)ther platoons shouted at the top of
Sheir lungs, and their cry was taken also
|_s a demonstration hostile tothc dynasty.
There were several rumors afloat in
Ihe tightly-packed crowd around me.
!)ne person said: 'Now such and such
; battalion is coming.   They are Republicans and you will see that they
vill not cheer.'   The  battalion   did
hot cheer; the spectators coughed. Another said:   'It is a shame; a lack of
rood breeding.   Don Amadeus pleases
Ine little but I keep quiet and respect
Tim.
THIRE WERE SOME DISPUTES.
A young,fellow  cried 'Viva' in a
tilsetto voice.   A caballero called him
ipertinent; the former resented this;
|bth raised their hands to strike and a
^ird   divided   them.     Between   the
1 ttalions passed citizens on horseback;
feme of them did not raise their hats
tptri did not even look at tho king;
lien one heard different voices in the
ppwd crying,  'Well doneI' or'What
-breeding I' Others who would have-
Iluted him did not dare to do so and
|8_ed with bowed heads and blushing
.es. Others, on the other hand,
l_gust**l by tho spectacle, braved the
Iger of the rest and made a courteous demonstration in favor of
inadeus by passing, hat in hand,
Mting now respectfully at the king.
Iw proudly at the crowd for the sfac.
]t__ spaces. The king sat motion-
until the procession was over wit.-
unchanging expression of seren
jughtihess."
. 1 .  ». « .. 1   _.
Several of the old-time provinces of
: German Empire wc r • • o small that
ly were very seldom  heard of in
I: country, and one of these division;
Ihe country was called Reuss. Away
lit in ?h-; time of '48 >hf n so many
German patriots, dissatisfied with
affairs in their own country, sought ih»
shores of the United States, there were
among the immigrants from the City
of (iera, Province of Reims, a sturdy
I German and his family who represented the eleventh generation of tanners in his family. To-day, thai man's
son, of the twelfth generation of tan-
| ners in that family, is in business in
i Detroit, and one of the most prosper-
j ous and substantial of the city's busi-
jnessinen. He landed in New York
jin 1849, a 19-year old lad who had a
igood trade, a strong constitution,
! habits of industry and thrift, and a
determination to win. After staying a
j year in the American metropolis he
moved to the village nf Flint, Mich.,
where he took charge of a small tan-
i nery. Remaining there about six
i months he received a hotter offer,
which caused him late in 1S51 to
locate in Detroit. Two years later he
started a tannery in this city, nd in
11855 he erected his first building where
now his establishment occupies over
one-fourth of the block. The gentleman in question is about 5 feet 8
inches tall, well proportioned and compactly built and weighs about 165
pounds. He has a good-sized, symmetrical hand, a liberal and healthy
growth of iron gray hair, a gray mustache and whiskers which cover his
chin, pleasant blue eyes and as fine
and healthy complexion as one may
wish to see. Although a man of great
business ability who,' when engaged in
business, gives his entire attention
thereto, he is a most companionable
genl'eman, earnest and firm in his likes
and dislikes, liberal mined and public
spirited. He was one of the early supporters of the German-American Seminar)-, for ten years was the treasurer of
that institution, and he is still a contributor to the school. He is also one
of the oldest members of the Harmonic Society, and although he takes a
deep interest in the perpetutation and
progress of that institution, he is not
what is called a club man. On the
contrary he is essentially domestic in
his tastes, and when in Detroit—the
demands of his business requiring him
to visit Europe once each year—may
be found at his home when not at his
place of business. The gentleman,
besides having his tannery and leather
business, is heavily interested in city
real estate, both business and residence
property, and in banking and insurance
enterprises. Having made, by industry, economy and upright dealing,
the start in business which has resulted
so successfully, and having the entire
confidence and respeet of his fellow
ciiizens, he is now prepared to enjoy
he luxuries which are his and to shart
ch.ni wilh his family; for, as he- snid
recently in conversation with a g. ntlu-
man, "I find that home anil family arc
about the best portions of this life, and
1 am thankful I have the disposition to
look upon and enjoy them as the best
blessings I receive.'"—Detroit Free
Press.
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THE ACCIDENT
INSURANCE COY
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PMid-at-tll V. .ALT.     Vio» Pr-.-.NO,
BANK1N, _*_.,     S-cnU-T-B. BAff___..__
  ' Im ■       	
ln.ure _g_in»t .oold.nt by land or sea.  |S par
Jnnrnn modiw either 11000 in cum ot fatal .col.
mit, or |23 c.r month in oase of non-fatal iojar..
Kxtra Pr-iimkns for luuardous atnployin.ilu.
ALLSOP * MASON,
Aseuts, florernmont Straet, Victor'*.
TURNER, BEETON & CO.,
 MERCHANTS	
WHA„-_Tn___T     -     -     VICTORIA, R C.
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l-«_d OS-e for British Columbia for .'
»c-stii Bmra _io> M»Bo_irn_» Im__
RAI-O* Oc_-P_-T, AND GrUABD-Al!
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H. 0. BMTOI. A OO,
M JHattbttf -Tirol*, louden, A <_
H. A. l__-___o_. V-MO-n.-.
Great Tr«n<contifl«n.il Rout*
NORTHERN:-: PACIFIC
Vis tbo Caso-d*  Division  now  or.
-___*_, -______•? i» tbo Short***,
Boat •__ Qo-ok-at.
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meat point, throlfhoat th.
l'aaovaa Pe_.__-A!r DaAwora-RooM
SuBpnta Oab*.
Rmwtations aa* b. a*c_i_d 1* Ad ranaa.
To East-Bound Passengers
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nr* to t*k* th*
Northern Pacific Rail w'y
Aud »o* that your tioket reads via THI8
LINE, St. Paul or MbuwMpolis, to avoid
•__nsr_* ond urion* ___*/- ooouionod
by other route*.
Through Emifrent 8i__i_nf Can
Una oo wguUr txftttt f-_l__, tall Uttatit
*f the line.   BtrtotStt.   __r_-*ot Bat**.
Qat*k«*i Urn*.
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Nannimo, B.C.
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00 umbia - Carriage - Work* - AIMOB Im lOTfcS.
aatings Street, East of Carroll, Vancouver, B.C.
This extensive e.nablUhnient has just opened*    A large *\vA well -.elerterl t
Carriages*,    Buggies,    Buokboarls
WII.I. Hi: KErilN STOCK ANDfttAI),. TO OKI'I K.
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LAM-h    IIIlHSl !H sl.i-w __.J-.cl treated on the tales! ubiirove-Jj-rindoles.
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berienced workmiw, B'ell an.l favomhj)' I noun In many pans ofthe Dominion*
A.  T.  MoNABl.   <_s  Co.
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Deposits Received in Gold, Silver nnd U. S. Currency.   Interest pniil on Hie sum*
on lime ilfipouits.
__. 01 V° ..Du8l;Hnf' c- S. Currenoy purcbaseil at highest market rates.
-_T Sight Drarta and Telegraphic Transfer* ou ,Sao Francisco, Ne„ Vork and
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fcyxchange on Loudon available in all parts of Europe, England, Ireland and
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L_tter* of Credit is»ned on the principal Cities of the United States, Canada and
Europe.
 «r Agents for Welle, Fargc 4k Co. __H
BRITISH COLUMBIA STEAM BAKERY,
NESBITT. DICKSON ft CO.. Proprietors,
TOR*" STJteUBT,      ■      .      ■     ABOTS DO _7C.I__l_3
Arrowroot, _iC*l*
Acaorted Jumbles,
Assorted Tlnarors,
Abernethy,
Cabin,
Coffee Cake,
Ghee** Biscuits,
Currant Tops,
Olnger Snaps,
Graham Wafers.
Ginger Cake,
Family Pilot. 1 "*
Fancy Mtxsd.
Fruit Blser,
lead Clngar Broad,
load Sultana.
Lemon Snaps,
Lemon Biscuit,
New Vork Snans,
Oat Meal,
Pilot.
Perkins,
Rich Mixed,
Soda Cracker*,
Seed Biscuit,
Sugar Crackers;
Spice Jumbles,
Sugar Cookies,
Sultana Biscuit,
Vanilla Cream,
Wine,
Etc., Etc.
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BRITISH COLUMBIA
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THOMAS AIXMP. 1
HENBT B. MASOI,        I   OIBBCTOMS.
CVVUBS A. HOtLAIf*. J "'
86 New
Broad St.
Ihe business of ALLSOP <e MASON hot been m. rn.,1 _« .!._
•6or_ Company and willbt Mrrufl on by t$t C^o%p™?y°fr*£ thU
dattat a General Land Invtttment and Int%tra^%eMyV^
MONEY TO LOANow n*HTOM* *T Luw *****
tale •■ easy terns.
Tewa Lots and Faraung LanS* f_r
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RAILWAY
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Pacific and the Atlantic I
Its passenger equipment is the finest
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■i. jei'ing Oars having Drawing, Smoking
- il Biiili Rooms; Comfortable and Clean
_ .onist Curs, with Free Sleeping Berths
or holders of second-class tickets; snd
_oat modern style of day coaches,
ITS DINING CARS AND HOTEU. I
iirovlde the best quality of food in no,
imito.1 quantity at reasonable rate*.
The Variety and Grandeur of Scenery
.ilong its line is unequalled, and io the
letatla of track, train aeryioe, etc.,
nothing is omitted that can add to the
■Sniety aud Comfort of ita p*_ro___ All in
all. it give* the beet and most Mrvieeable
line of travel, whether for basin*** or
:.-l.i*ore. between Portlasd, Taoom*,
Sre tile, Victoria, and all Paoifie Co**t
Vi»t», and Winnipeg, Minneapolis, St,
•'_td, Chicago, St. Lonis, Ottawa, Toronto
ttoo-real, Bostou, New York and •__
:_it__mi ulieo.
THROUGH TICKETS
tr. __r____ to all principal points ia tbe
.'nitrtd States, Canada and- Europe, at
•he Lowest Rates.
JROBT. IRVING, Freight «nd Posseager
Agent, Govt. St., Viotori*.
A. E. Pla.it.., Ticket Agent, Nauaimo.
D. E. Brown, D. F. and Passenger Agent.
Vonconver.
<* VANCOUVER CITY
FWWDRY ind IRON WORKS.
aad itt-_g ** ot __k_i_.it >■
wilh t__fl* work, bein* nt>w to tm
-tiuial tli* pro-j-i.t-r. (Ml ju_tii-_ in noti-
(riag th-_r Iri-adi aud lb. public tbat tbnt will
b* r-»p-r_d on ar __*_t Ut* lit ot M_r ta i-c_i«-
•__ »rom»_j mmat* mr mt*n tor verb is
Uuir lint t*r wbicb __«j may ba tnoni; *->l
fran th* Hfjoj ohanct-r of th__r n___._-.rj
and plant _»«■_/, aa well aa tha .kill ef abti,
*mploj*m, tb.j f_*l -a-tid.nt of baina in a *__.
ti.n ta da a. foi. if a,.. b.tt«r, work tba* as*
Mtabliahaaot is the Province.
A. McKELVIE.
Mochanloal
••a *_ C loth April, leas.
Printing and Binding.
Munroe: Miller,
DUCK'S BW-WNG, JOHNSON IT.,
VIOTORIA
■at ti* mo.t oaaipMa nml tliorons-l' _.:
atSMfajsi friiitimt f_ulili tun.nl in t * fat.
inc..    Hhm at.ua io t>'l_l urn biii.f
Wltb rapid fc* _aaa aad but nf workman,
a ptwition to tarn nut good work ut na
pit-**,
BOOK-BINDING A BLANK SOOKt
of all kiada U anlar I. a HieciaKy. Mm work -
puraol-.-! to boequnl tut-i. best, aad at prt*
alwn.. r-Mnntbla.
Or tier, from tbo anunU-y and oa*iS-*_,ad .-■
will racaira promi. attantioa,
Notice of Removal.
J3w-*)p-_<__-_.-a
roaiptlpi
L.   G.   McPHILLIFS,
BARRISTER, ATTORNEV AND ..OUCIIOK
(Of tlie Province of Manitoba),
OFFICE—WHETHAM    BLOOK,    OORDOVA
8TREET, VANCOUVER,  8. O.
ROUNSEFELL _** CO.,
Real E state, Insurance and General Agents,
CONVF.VANCERS,   NOTARIES   PUBLIC
Mcney Loaned on Best Terms.   Esutes Managed.
COKNtR  CORDOVA AND CAMDIS STREETS.
P. O. BOX .ol. VANCOUVKR. B. C
ANV PERSON W1.SH1NO TEAMINti HONE
" in any part of the city can have Ihe same douc
by calling rn
J. TIPPETT,
Al_.icol strut, adjoining lhc lot of LHve Jcnnrr.
r«b;>4-.f
E. G. PRIOR & CO.
Victoria
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MEtROHANTS
Have Retnok-d ts their Ns«
(LIMITED)
VICTOFUA, B. C.
engineers, iron   founders   and
boiler makers.
works:
0_ STO. v., niSCOl--RY flNO'llSRAtn STS.
Maniifacturars   of    Marine   and  Land    Engines,
Boilers,    Fish   Canning   and Mining    Mac-inery,
. Hydraulic Giants and Pipe    REPAIRS executed
! with dispatch.   Works running night and day.
Wm. BlackmoM,
Architect.   Etc'
OFFICE-422 CORDOVA STREET,
! P. 0. BOX >_. VANCOUVER, B.  C.
j WORTH   THEIR   WEIGHT IN
ooi.n.
Wxm\ Pill. & Oiitint
'PHIS INCOMPARAPI.E   MEDICINE
* has secured for itself aa imperishable
fame throiiRhnut the world for Ihe alleviation
and enre of moit diseases to which htimanitf
is heir.
THE   PILLS
Purify, regulate and improve the quality af
the blood. They assist the dip-stire argajis,
cleanse the STOMACH & BOWELS, in.
crease thc secretory powrr ofthe Livcr.brnce
the nervous system, anil throw into the cir«
dilation the pure elements for stistaicine ant
repairing the frame.
Thousands of persons have testified that
by Iheir use alone tlvy have been restored
to health nnd strength after every other
means hove proved unsuccessful
THF.   OINTMENT'
Will be found invalttalile in every HousehoM
in the cure of open Sores, Hard Tttmora,
RAD I--GS, OLD WOUNDS, COUGHS,
Colds, Sore Throats, Bronchitis, aad all dis.
ordeis of the Throat and Chest, as alseGout,
Kheumatism, Scrofula, and every kind of
Scin Diseases.
Manufactured ouly at Professor Hollow*?'*
Establishment, 78 New Oxford St. (late 533
Oxford St.), London, and sold at j*. i)£d.,
as. od,. 4s. 6d. Us., 22., and 33s. each Be*
and Pot.
f_r BEWARE OF AMERICAN COUNTERFEITS. Purchasers should I00V to th*
Label op the Pot and Boies. If the address
Is not J«j Oxford Street, London, Ihey ar*
ipnrlouv
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Now fc ft. .im. lo
YourDoorsand Windows
Kwp ont the OuM sad R*in!    Oet yott
Weather Strip* of tbe   RioanoND
tVk_t___r Strip Co.
MoKUaWSpAN A ANDERSON, AgtHtt
&k»^?JJ*t&. <Mj_m
Dr, J. Collis   Browne*
CHLORODYNE.
THE ORIGINAL and ONLV GENUINE.
Advfce to invalids—If you wish to omaH
ouiet refresklne sleep, free from headacha,
relief from tain aad anguish, to calm and
aisuagt the weary achiags of protracted
disease, invigorate the nervous media, ard
regulate the circulating systems of the had)-,
you will provide yourself with tnal marvel).
ous remedy discovered by Dr. J. Collis
Browne (late Army Medical Staff), to which
he gave the name of CHLORODVNE, and
which is admitted liy the profession tn be the
most wonderful and valuable remedy eve*
discovered.
CHLORODVNE is the best remedw
known for Coughs, Consumption, Bronchitis,
Asthma. m
CHLORODVNE ads like a charm ia
Diarrhcea, aad Is the only specific in Cholna
and Dysentery.
CHLORODVNE effectually cuts short ill
attacks of Epilep_y, Hysteria, Palpilatii**
and Spasms.
CHLORODVNE is the only palliative (S
Neuralgio, Rheumatism, Gout, Cancel.
Toothache, Meningitis, Ac, &e.<
From Symes A Co., Phar_iace_UC-l
Chemisls Medical Hall, Simla, January cth,
llto: To J. T. Davenport, Esq., 33 Great
Russell Street, Bloomsbury. London, Dear
Sir:—We embrace this opportunity of congratulating you upon lhc wide-spraad repc.
lation this justly esteemed medicine. Dr. j,
Collis jlrownc's Chlorodyne, has earned f. r
itself, not only in Hindoslan, bul all ov,r
the East. As a remedy nf general utility,
w* much question whclher a better is im.
ported into the counlry, and we shall Ie
glad lo hear of its finding a place in cveiy
Anglo-Indian home. The other brands, wa
are happy to say, are now relegated to ths
native bataars, and judging from Iheir sale.
are fancy their sojurn there will be but
evanescent. Wc could multiply instancrw »
infinitum of the extraordinary efficacy of
Dr. Collis Browne's Chlorodyne in Diarrhoea
and and Dysentery Spasms, Crampa,
N.'iralgia, the Vomiting of Pregnancy, and
a*. general Sedative, that have oaarred
uad.r our personal observation during many
yean. In Choleraic Diarrhou, aad eves io
tbe wore terrible forms of Cholera itself, we
have witnessed its controlling power. Wc
have never used _ny other form »f this
medicine than Collis Browse's, from 1 firm
conviction lhat it is decidedly the best, and
also from a sease of daty we owe to the pro?
fessien and the public, as we .re ofthe
opinion tnat the substitution of any oihai
than Collis Browne's, is A DEI.IBKRA^E
BREACH OF FAITH ON THE PART
OF TIIE CHEMIST TO PRESCRIBE
AND PATIENT ALIKE. We are sir,
faithfully yours, Symes & Co., Members 1 f
the F__rm. Society of Great Britain, Hia
Exccllanay Ihe Viae my's Chemists.
CAUTION.-Vic-^aaaeellor ,S_^"WI
Page Wood stated tbat Dr. J, Collis ftrowi e
was, undoubtedly, the inventor efCktoroa .
dyne; thai tho story of the, d»fendar t, Freeman, was deliberately tiiiirrie, which, I a
regretted to say, had be__\'s_-»n to—Scat
"Tlie Times," July 13, 1884.
Sold ia buttles at ta. tVjjd., 2s. *d., as*
6d., and lis. each. None is genuine with,
•ut the words "Dr. T. (ollis 8iwwn.s.
Chlorodyne" oa the Government itanipf
Overwhelming medical te-tit_o_y act-ooX
sarnies each bottle.
Caution—Bcwar* sf  Piraci*B^mJ I__a|
tioss.
Sole Maoufacture-—J. T. Davenport, »
Sreat RuseeH Street, illopmstiuv VrpeftE
iia 1 mtjttm i   -  ....    i ■■■    »>. .•r
..*_ »-i_V-V_-
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NANAIMO   :-: COTJEIER
TIE SALVATION ARMY,
THURSDAY,   APRIL  ttth,   1889.
Mor.   Serious    Charges  Against   th*
Management of tlie Ore_,Di-at:'«n
LOCAL AND GENERAL,
"Pol.tr E Codrt,—No work for the magistrates in the police court yesterday.
New Stock.—John __'y Milter.' of the
Little Wtmilercigttr Store ha* received a
. luagnlfle. hi, assortment of pipes, cigars,
elo.    Kverybody Icnows Johnny and he is
deservedly popular with the hoy_.
Sailing.—Many of our citizens availed '
hem-elves of the fine day and clear breeze }
0 indulge in a sail on the bay yesterday.
A Fine Point.—Alderman Mnhrer wns
having his lot resnrveycil '.■e.terdav, How '■
ttmhy times does that make now alder- J An Ottawa evening paper is making I
man?. Knnl estate must be getting vain- j charges, against the mannrement of tbe'
able in Nnnaimo, | Sulvutimi .Army.thnt are lik_1y to do  littfc j
_*.,..i.,n   a,r.„--H.,   <__    I  r        ,   -dd-i.ililc harm ib the organization u„!.6_
A*OTtt«_ Bioo-.-.ie are informed hmftiedlalely disproved? It statea that
tluit tne captain of the \V dim has disposed | many of tlie lii.her officers of the organi-
of bis large center board sloop to a uentle | zation live in comparative affluence; the
NEW TO-DAY.
rank and fi'e who really do tlie html work
and erente (.he gre«te.t benefit- for the
111 my -ne allowed, once their tiSeiulrtedB
is gone, lo snfler the verv .necessities of
Not Tins T__B.-__v.ral Belgians and I Kennedy made un efficient skipper. All K.WJ" ?* Sl'i!>£ilii_-iS?*erlilfetl*b tim
Iheir families were passengei-*- on t,K, concurred in sayinu the boat was A 1. *aXR Nenfchalel,
tram yesterday en route for the Welling- j A P«>M GAM,.—A man named Clarke, I Switzerland, tells the following story: He
ton mine*.    Mr. Louis Itigcilid not act 4* j forking on a ranch oil (ialirioln Island, j A™' became acquainted with the army in
man in this city.   The boat was given n"|
trial yesterday afternoon   tttt.fl twonty
young men of Nailallttn eHJOveii a pleasan't,
wii! on H111 waters of the bay'. Mr. (leorge1
Kennedy made an ellicient skipper.    All
concurred in siiyinir the boat   was A   1.
their interpreter this ti
causes too much talk
He
Brownk On A '
tend to   eonvev
-nys it \ ttamc very near meeting with  a watery
•j grave yesterday afternoon. Ho wa* I-ro_s-!
'BiiST-'-We do not in-! &*£!?!'•"'" "a*" lothis <*&< " >>™ ,
ti... I-,., • 1 .11 .' rT"'c hielltiB the canoe cap* zed, and
the impression hy this I Warke was precipitated into the I
heading that Mr. T. I,. Browne, of Victn-j wotor. When the canoe capsized he!
ria Crescent, has been painting the town i'os> t,1(' paddle, and lieing unable to swim '
red by the help of bad wliiskev, he is ''"-' certainly w_),ild have Ix-en drowned,
only "bursting up" the hijh prices in the | "!"'not.n Indian seen Ikim and rescued
dry goods line, " I him, after he wasnParlyexhausted. Clarke
Was taken to Gabriola, and soon recover-
Ackn'cwi.eimimknt.—.Ye C'oi'RtElt rhitn j ed from the edi-cts of his involuntary dip I
acknowledges the receipt, of a magnilicontjin tlie ,)rin>'-
pipe from El R. Fi-aser, the genial mer-1 Flower Oardevr—Nanaimo has not
chant and auctioneer on Victoria Ores-! vet arrived at the dignity conferred on a
cent.   Hereafter the "dudheen" will be city of gardens.   There are very few that
LOST.
Lost ox the cditdk ticiATJ cjv
Apr:l 9th, a small, light brown pony,
with forctop and tail cut square, answering to tlie name of Flocy, A reward
nil' He f_.il nn retitrninL- sapie lo
WASH fftf_9_.
April 10-tf Comox Road.
discarded and an amber-mouthed meerschaum will be substituted in its place.
TnELATK G. B. Montomo.—The remain* of the late Giovanni B. Montobio
were conveyed to Victoria yesterday
morning. The funeral will take place today under the auspices of the Masonic
order, and the bodv will be interred in
Boss Bay cemetery. Mr. J. Hilbert hns
charge of the funeral arrangements.
Bicycling.—Some of the enterprising
wheelmen of Victoria have decided to have !
a run on Good Friday from Shawniganl.nke j
to Nanaimo. They will take tlie train from
Victoria to Shawnigan Lake and then the
rest ofthe way will be done on their machines.   The return journey wtll lie made
the next day Saturday.   The Nanaimoitoa
will doubtless give them a heartv  recep-!
lion.
.bom Vancovver.—The steamer Robt.
DunBmuir arrived yesterday from Vancouver with the following passengers. ,T.
McLennan, J. Morn.,   W.  Gordon,  0.
Switzerland, and worked there and Ul
Franc.. He nttei _i|iu_ t_th__ W U__;„__
to work for the nriny, and was sent to
Montreal two years ago. From there he
was sent to St. John, where he found two
of (he officers of the annv lying ill in a
miserable building, the windows of which
had been smashed bv the people of the
village, lalei-i lils health falli .1, atui h_ I
wrote to Commissioner Coomb for a little
money to help him, but received the answer that in the opinion ofthe commissioner they ought to make nn effort to
raise funds for themselves.
However, the commissioner prayed that
God might bless them nnd use them for
the salvation of many souls. Later. meet-
Commissioner Coc si be in Montreal,he was
one migbtcall gardens, in tha city or close | recommended by him to go to hi* friends
around it. Probably the citizens have
been too busy making the almighty dollar
to pay much attention to the cultivation
of the beautiful. Mr. John Pawson is a
notable exception to the rule, ns his or
chard and garden are a mass of bloom. If
a few more of tho wealthy men of Nanaimo would go and do likewise, the appearance of the city would bo greatlv benefitted therebv.
Letters From the People.
Editor Cockier :—■I hate rushing into
print, as I think there are several things
that are better left to those who make
them their business, antl I think Writing
for a newspaper is one of them. But
when I saw in yonr evening contemporary
another low allusion to the voung ladies
of this town. I thought it was only right
that some notice should be taken of i _i
scurrillity. The allusion was made to some
of our young men nnd maidens of the
town, amusing  themselves   on   Sunday
Martin. Consignres—Davis and Beveridge ! afternoon in the picn
P. Edwards, Haslam A Lees,  E. Tweed,; mill stream.   Their an
grounds by the
,,,,,,.,. , -■■■          ...,,. amusement consisted
Caldwell ..Lewis, J. H. Hilbert, N. E. I in simply sitting in the shade of the trees
P. Society, L. Manson, E. Qnenncll, 0. P nnd reading and talking. Doubtless the
K Telegraph Co, A, Mayer A Co, and! "Old Man" was at the same time King
... Campbell, around some saloon or taking a walk
along the Departure Bay road.   Jf this
, sort oi thing continues much longer the
From -rnE West Coast,—Capt. Alex.
McLean arrived from the schooner Mary
Ellen in a small boat yesterday afternoon,
. aceampanied by one man. He left his
vessel at 7 o'clock Monday evening, 115
miles from Victoria, and made a quick
run up in his small boat. The Mary
Ellen when Captain McLean left had
a catch of 143 seals. The Penelope was
spoken five days ago. having 270 skins
aboard. The Theresa was spoken a counle
of days ago with 272 of a catch. The
weather for the past two weeks has b. cn
unfavorable for aeallng.—Colonist.
Vi.__tub No_.ii.—Th*. steamer Btr-
bara Boscowita anlved ycn-..>!_y from
her trip to the northern canneries. Mr.
' Clayton, of Bella Bella, was the onlv passenger. According to reports there has
been an exceptionally fine winter in the
Skeena and Fort Simpson districts. Jinny
Indians nre working at the canneries, anil
have been generally quiet. The canneries are starting In on their summer campaign, and the outlook is very promising.
The Boscowitz will go upon Nanuiino's
natural dry dock to have her bottom
scraped and undergo general repairs, and
then will leave for Victoria to load freight
for another northern trip.
Death op the Hon. A. C. Elliott.—
The death 1. aunounccd of the Hon. Andrew Charles Elliott. Mr. Klliott died in
San Francisco on Tuesdav last of heart
disease. He was born in freland and edu-
in the States to live. Mr. Cousin does
not think he has been well treated by the
Salvation Army officers, He Is now a
director in the Meisterschaft School of
Languages, Toronto.
WHAT A WOMAK SHOULD WEIGH IF
Five feet In height, 100 pounds.
Five feet one im-h, 100 pounds.
Five feet, two inches, 113 pounds.
Five feet, three ini-hes, 110 pounds.
Five feet, four inches, 130 pounds.
Five feet, five inches, 13S pounds.
Five feet, six inches. 144 pounds.
Five ieet, seven Inches, 180 pounds.
Five feet, eight Inches, lot. pounds,
Five feel, nine inches. 103 pounds.
Five feet, ten Inches, 100 pounds.
Five feet, eleven in-hes. 17(1 pounds.
Six feet, 180 pounds.
Six feet one inch. ISO pounds.
About lOOOiinnilurants arrived In. Winnipeg last Frldav, arid six pans'-u-ier
coaches full of Em-dish immigrants on Saturday.
Tempcrancn nr-nniz .tions are e-deav-
orins to have drinkin r fountains erected
on Main street, Winnipeg, during the
summer.
young ladles of this town will treat the
Old  Man" to a  public ducking and
switching.
Thanking you for the space, I remain,
etc. S01. Fa.
Snide To Conversational Frenoh.
There nre no flies on me- 11 n'a pas
des moiiches sur mol.
In the soup: Dans la soupe, or Dans
le Dotage.
Heeler:   Un page politique.
His nsme is Dinnis or mud: Son nom
este Denis on Boue.
Are you witl us? Voulez-vous boire
avec nous?
I am solid with the Administration: Je
suis solide avec le Qouvernement.
it's a cold day when I'm lef{; C'est un
jouriroi-i guand je suls Ialsse.
I have influence, or a pull: J'ai de
l'lnfluence ou une Becousse.
No, he's all right: Non, 11 tout droit.
What are yegivin'us? Qu'cstquece
que vous nous donncz?
That's a corker: C'est magniflquc,
Pie: Le pate.
Hang it up: Mettez cela sur l'ardoise.
I.ct. the eagle scream: Permettez que
1'aigle s'ecrie.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
LITTLE   WONDER   CIGAR   STORE
ano
the lion noor and shoe house.
People always want to purchase the
best goods at the lowest prices. And so
they should. And if the general public will
drop in at tho above place, they will see
the finest assortment of Tolmocos Cigars,
Cigarettes, Pipes In Meerschaum, Briar,
etc., and the BEST HAVANA CIGARS
always in stock. In BOOTS and SHOES
everybody can be suited.
* John Hv. Hilhert.
Smoke The News the heat 5 cent
CHwr In town. Onlv 0 cents at Geo.
Cavalsky's. *
.   T_ctleB, don't forget to call and see the
pretty ,'Tats nt        Arthi'k Biu.uick's.
'Teg Top" cigar-;; four lor a QUAI TF.R at
the Little Wonder Cigar Store.
J. H. Hilbert.
Some  very  elaborate  and handsome
j things in mantles and new neck wear at
Arthur Bullocks. *
J.H.PLEACE,
—dealer in—
HAHDWARE,    ST0VB8,     PAIItTSi     0ll_§
ROPF.,  GLASS, RIFLES,
CARTI-U'lii;. , PA I N'T
BRl'SlIl-.S.
Tin and Sheet Ironware,
READY MIXED PAINTS,
NAILS, BUILDERS HARDWARE ANDCARPENTKRS'
TOOLS.
A Full Assortment at Lowest Prices.
Victoria  Crescent,
NANAIMO,  b. C.
9
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tr.
B
V!
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THE   '    NEW   :   STORE
-OF-
T-   I_.   BROWNE   &      O.,
Will Open on Friday Next, April 5th,
WITH   A  CAREFULLY   SELECTED AND
FIRSf-CLAr>S STOCK OF BOYS' AND
<;i.ntlkme_.s' Furnishings,
All goods marke J in plain figures and at CASH PRICES.
T, L. BROWNE & CO.,    -   Next door to Spencer ft Perkins., .,
VICTORIA   CRESCENT. M
Everyloody   1__   Invited.
GRAND CLEARANCE SAL;
NOTICE.
AUARTERI.Y MEETING OF THF. N.
II E. P. Society will lie held in the So-
X, ciety's Hull, on Saturday, the 13th
in.t., at 8 o'clock p.m. As business of importance will lie brought before the meeting
a large atlendencc h requested.
. ■ By Order,
R. AITKEN,
Ap 10-13 Scorelary,
DON'T STOP
UNTIL you amivi at
E. 11 tar's
Where   you   can get goods
LOWER than at Eastern prices.
cated there and came to this province inian.??'i . ,      .,        ,
Mr. Elliott was a barrister bv pro-1    Tllflt tak('s tl,e cake:
and 	
1859.
les9ion  nnd   was  called  to  the bar  nt
Lincoln's    Inn,     London,     in    June
1834.    He    was   appointed   a   county
conrt     judge    of   British      Columbia
ia 1860, and assistant Gold Commissioner and Stipendiary MaKtstrate at Lillooel,
in 18B1, and High Sheriff of this Proyiii -e
ia 1807.   He aubsequently held the oflice
of Police Magistrate of Victoria, which he
relinquished on  his appointment  to the 1 y
Attorney-Generalship in his own adminiii-1'
tration in February,  1870.   He sat in the ;
Legislative Conucil previous to the union j
with Canada.    On the defeat of   his gov-1 |
ernment in 1878, he retired from politic.".
His health for the past few years has been
very poor, aud his" death was not   unexpected.   Mr.   Elliott wns  a most   genial
gentleman in   private, ns  well  as public
life,   and  his  death   will   be  sincerelv
mourned  by a host of friends  in British
Columbia.
Before  purchasin. any groceries,  dry
goods, jewelry or anv other merchandise,
ilreat Scott, gosh!  Nom d'nne pipe!    I consult the ndvertiwiments in the Courier.
In tbe hands of hi- friends: Pane lea!
mains tie ses umi_. I     T    Vancouver Coal Mining and Land Co.,
Rat., chestnuts!   Des rats, des cliatai-! I'mited, hereby give notice that any person
found cutting or removing timber from their
land,   without obtaining  permission at    the
Just  to hand a beautiful steel; of
Gold and Silver Watches
^_jO.C3L    ClOCliS
At   prices   that   will   surprise   you.
Painters
Should Call and sec our immense stock of
BRUSHES of all lands.
TRUNKS, VALISES, LAMP
CHIMNEYS, BROOMS, Etc.
AUCTION SALE OlfSATURDAY NIGHT
April ,r.
Cela  recoit  le
Mettre hors dn combat.
Company's Office  will "be   prosecuted.— S.
M. Robins. Suoerlntendent,
Stylish prints, embroidered droflses,
handsome new Fri n h rlri pa cooi's, niter
ed nlushes just received «t  Arthur Bul-
! locks. *
gateau
To knock out
It was the cat: C'clait le chat
Voung feller, boss: Motisit'ltr.
Dude: lTn gommeux.
Civil Service Reform : La reforme Chi
•noise.
This phrase book has the sanction of Thefirstof tbe season Riverside oranges,
the Hon. Jehu Baker, formerly United navel oranges and new cabbages can be
States Minister lo Venezuela.—New York ' obtained at George Cavalsky's. *
strangers and  others  visiting   Departure
Hay or  East    Wcllinglnff   are strictly ivro
1 hibiied  from riding  oft 1 he cars on the East
Welling!.m   Rallway.-r.EAST  WELLING-
TON COAL CO.
TO BUILDERS.
CANADIAN NEWS,
Tltere are at present "I members of the
Society of Jesus in Canada.
The Dominion l.tirvmen's Convention
in Ottawa will be held in April.
An effort will be made to complete  St.
Potcr's Cathedral in Montreal by 1892.
'Rev. .It, Wallace left Manchester Friday
with one hundred boya for Canada.
New Millinery. Fa. Iiionable Hats. Tlie
very latest st vie in IL.ts and liiuiiiets arrived this day.' Call am! L-et tbe b.-stHi-
lec-tion. Aimiiih Itiu.tuK.
TENDERS WILL   BE RECEIVED UP
to 6 o'clock p.m.  of Tuesday, the JJrd
insst., for the erection of a Methodist
church.
Plan and specific.-tions can be seen gt the
office of S. Cough, Esq.
The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. Address tenders to S.
Hough, Esq. THOS. HOOPER,
Nanaimo, April 6th, '89.        Architect,
Ap 9-20
„,.,,., «   1     .       I    "Thank yon,'Mr. Mo-itssue, I prefer to
The Canadian Association of Amateur j tK, considered an one of 1-, as I am.   On.
'  gas
New
Ani-tiisk Lumbering Extkbprise—Mr.
Tt. Maclaren, the  senior member   ofthe
Maclaren, Ross Lumber Company, of Ot- \ Oarsmen has decided to havethejrannunl I '£ „ hmdred
tawa,   Canada, arrived   in   town   b   the ( rega.tta this year at Hamilton,
noon train vesterday.    In company  with]    D. P-itler, ol London, blew out I
Mr. M. Kiiig, he is   visiting the  lumber  ?." ° nt '.ongross Ha II, Rochester
regions to tlie North, and the trip will be   ,orki al111 (J|!''1 of asphyxiation. - •
ot two week's   duration, in   which exten-1    Governor Hill, of New  York,   will   be
aiVe cruisings will be made, as to the extent i married shortly to a daughter of the I'ttit-
of British Colnmbia's lumber supply.    It j ed States Consul at (Ittawa.
is understood that the prime object of Mr.      Af,-. j. \, Laird, of New Hamburg, has
Maclaren's visit to the Pacific Province iB I so;tl his trotting stallion.   " WoodWorth,"
the establishment of a hunker  manufac-1 n0. cos lo  Mr.  James   Noble  of Owen
taring company to be know «s the North I Sound. '        ^^
Pacific Lumber Co, and with thnt object       . _', ,„,„..„!„, 1-«-..(„.. „„,i„ i„
,_ ..!„-. u.. —:n .._!.» ,.*,»»»:.._ .u_ . A most determined etlort was made  by
S-tn&tr^rr^ppTw ! ■""'.nitoro" ^ ™'k'n"e °f S"" *' "'
"Air, Mnlindn, you are indeed one of
huntlred, nnd-
I'neiiinonia, Bins Dr 8"ihi>rt N n h n-e
' disease, origjnatln.'. with .liptitli -ria nn I
inllamntatorv rbeunatis-i. in •l-uii-. dirt
or unventilnted ru .ins in.! t.-ljiirs.
; The reineilv aanir*H! sure 'broal of Messing a few thri-ii-'M rtf R-'rltn wail ar.uinl
I the throat is said tn art. by ket'plnl up a
j belt of skin a lion, und so mtin_ as a
counter-irritant
Brown—"Well,   Jones, have   you succeeded in enpturi 11; Miss Smith's'   hand,
yet?"
Jones—"Not  e_a.t!y her   baud, but I
as    to    the"   best    location  *__'  the j ^^•^^JF^L* lJ*!l^ got the nkf thing to it-
erection of saw mills and the manufacture  ^L^^'^,. .*^??„ m,°,™'„.Sl i    ^'t-^hr
Jones— Yes, I gut the mitten
I While endeavorihg to force
-
Manager (who has heard her recite)—
"Can'tblame them?"
ji„„;i_-    r_ „„„„»_-.,i„., ».in, _/■-.;„ I "tine cnneavoring 10 iorcc an  entrance
ol lumber.   In conversation with a Coua-  .„ ».. r,.,,,__ 1 „.^71 .„,i_-_-..., n.„ i_,..i__.
ed\ffi?th_ht.d- ^wLteKSd ^^'58* ffrteh-'d^o.m i Miss Stau-Btruck-"Do vou l„ow. sir.
U1"'1*5281*2 Z Li^wl *. ! o'»'hi«h graseil Mr. Catch pole's head. : when I recite I an. almost carried away
ri»i_ o, Tf,,PX _n',l tbiH^ !--;_. . I.8fi«; i Tin- noise aroused some . neighbors who ; by my feelin.s. I forget -verythln■? but
_._l?_f Me nrovinei    ta? W1"J! came tt.'the rescue,' but' the   villians  es-  the part.   The very audience s_e n to dis-
Stiof    ePPmonrits'f^ $h™<!*^jW^W**^..       '^iT"
l_t__tw-rin_     mann__rtm.n_>  and   i„i„in_      ( ftrtioT Snv.ler, Ihe   converted  railway
W^-fe'ira-Sur.dlTs.ar^ i "^.irh^nr evatigelfsflc meetings in
irtg of mill'sgoee,Mr,M.-laren thinks that ■    Z?   „ .     .
if would be to the best advantage of rll the '    Tne Mennonites in southwestern Mani-
inanufacturers of lumber, to have their | tobo are beginning t-lmp6it their own
nflllsin some 'central, place,  where the machinery, buying it from the mannfue-
Sfoblem of procuring a plentiful supply Of turers-
ibor at all seasons would be easily solved. I   The death of Mr. Martin, of Woodstock.
Mil to be hoped that Mr. McLaren can be] a victim of the St. Gejorge accident, will
in-due ed to start his  enterprise In the city  necessitate an ele-tion for tbe third depu-
ef "Blai* Diwnondj." •     . | ty reevship, in Woodstock.
W . ••,'■•''■
"FOU.-
30 Days Only 3'
•ptt:
 COMMENCING-
._D.__-.--r,   _____!»__=.
Iii   7«H,
Goods will be sold at cost to make room for an entire new stock.
We intend for the future to
BUY    FOR    CASH    AND    SELL    .FOR.   CAS:
And our Prices will be LESS than Auction or
Co*Operative Prices;
CASH  ■ CLOTHING  - STORE
B. AARONSON _. CO.,   -   Comlnorcial St. near Bastion, Nanaimo,
March 30—May 7
si
Russell McDonald ft Co.. CALDWELL & LEW
j THE	
Fashionable : Tail,
GENERAL   DEALERS
AND
0
FOUND.
N NEWCASTLE TOWNSITE, A DOG
with chain attached. Owner can have
the tame by applying to
J. II. HILBERT,
Little Wonder Cig-t Store.
QUEEN
Chop and Oyster House,
Long Bildgc, Nanaimo, II. C.
OYSTERS   IN   EVERY   STYLE
Hi -a-, Fry, F_n_y R <asr,
I"»in K ins1:, Oyster I-oaf,
N w V.irk St. w, linx Stew, Pan Roast.
PISH : GAME I ANO : CHICKEN
All.   KINDS Oi     ROASTS
ICE  :   CREAM
J3TOpcn day nntl night. Meals *5 cents
anri upwards. Hoard and Lodging by the
! dny, week or month,
;W. H. PHILPOTT, Prop.
apij-Mf
I G.  W.   BIGGER
VICTORIA,    B. 0,
—\ml.. u;v,—
UK SIZE PffltffiSJ
-I N- '
Crayon,Indian Ink orWaterColors j
Pacific j
-•RICES,   i
AUCTIONEERS
COMMERCIAL  ST,
NANAIMO.
Sell  in  the   regular way at Rock-Bottom
Prices and at thc
Saturday Night Auction Sale
TO   THE   HIGHEST  BIDDERS,
POSITIVELY   WITHOUT RESERVE.
i.o. O.F.
 ANNIVERSARY	
Have thc Choicest Assortment of ,
Foreign and Domes]
CLOTHS AND TWEEDS?*]
CLOTHS AND TWEEDSM
CLOTHS AND TVVEEDS.^f
 ANIW—
GENTS' FURNISHING GOO'
GENTS' FURNISHING GOtil
'GENTS' FURNISHING  GOCf,
IN NANAIMO.
Iiatest
Styles and Fits Warranty
CALL
AND
SEE
Ball  and   Supper.      caldwell & lewis, /
Under thc Auspices of
BLACK    DIAMOND    LODGE    No.
-v ■     •
IN ' Til.
INSTITUTE    HALL
Friday, April 26th, '89.
TICKETS     -
$3 00.
VANCOUVER
Furniture: Warehouse.
JOHN HILBERT,
Commercial Street   -   - .Nanaimo, 1_|
apl3-im
George Cayalsky'si
FnilMirti'
VICTORIA CRESCENT,
thc first and best of the season, be.
is SELLING
Furniture and   Household
GOODS
CHEAPER than ANY OTHER HOUSE
IN THE CITY,
Thc BEST WORK cn thc Pacific
- .. Coast1 at
Is the place toget your FRUITalwayf i
and best of the seas
sides if you want
Fanpy   Artiol©^
Jewelry, Pipes and Cigars of which
he has the biggest assortment
in town as well as being
agent for
McKay's  • London    -  Ciga,
For Nanaimo and Wellington.
His is the place and no other, as he inipt >J
his own goods and saves you money. J
Give him a call and satisfy yourself.
Victoria  Crescei
REWARD.
A  REWARD OF TEN  DOLLARS WILL/i
** p.xii. fnr any information that will lead t« J
conviction of any person unlawfully removlctg fiow-r]
from any grrtve in the Nanaimo ceraetrry.
BV ORDER OF THK TRUSTE.E
Nannimo, 30th March, 'H7— Ap 14
Nanaimo Land Office
HAWTHORNTHWAITE   &   Ci
TEWCASTLE
■I    more or losi,
rimntlg tl'rr
FOR SALE. )
DISTRICT—Seven acrli
very gonil l.tnil, Mill-treai
ro.igh, close to f'omo* Ron.
1.' honi.»to..d, inint-rals included
NEW   -:-    VOKK
Note the Addiess:   Ni s. i, rf, St 7< 9.
Bastioi,  Fro it aid   Ulnrf
Sis., NaraimolB. C.
,_M-
•
■•:■■ ■
■■    -
\ d?si
Tiooo,
Nlwcasti.e Townsite—Lot 68, Block
$225 Terms.
Lot 43, block IO, $;oo cash.
Nanais.o City—Two houses and _ lot
corner ll-libiuton aud Grace str.rts, ver
des'r.i'i!.' Incati.n for store or dwelling
$2500.
l.nt S, ll.iclt 11, $1800 terms. Splend:
luuincss site.
Lots 11 and 12, hlnck 6—$1000.
Locations fnr residences and business sib
throughout the city. j
Nine blocks in the Syndicate Addition j
j Port Angeles.     Forms in 'all parts »f th
Province. ap'
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