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Occidental Hotel.
SAMPLE ROOM
FOR   COMMERCIAL   TRAVELERS.
Tlir Bar ii supplied aaitlljonly ilia- Ileal Wines,
Liqnors anal Cigars. \S ielanal's Celebrated I'liila-
deljiliia l.ager Beer on Draught.
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Occidental Hotel.
Firit-Class—Large Room*.
Nicely Furniihea
Special   attention   giren  to the
Dining  Department.     Charges  moderate
J. DECKER & CO., Props.
?ol. 1.
NANAIMO B. Os, TUESDAY, JULY 9, 1889.
No. 102
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THE GREAT FIGHT.
Sullivan Substantiates the Statement
That He Is the Oh&mpioii by
Whipping  Kilrain   id
Seventy-Five
Bounds.
iHRST    BLOOD    FOR     KILRAIN.
gtW Stoeli   Must  He Sold.
g0- Come liefore it is too l.ste.
g0- Selling Off at Cost.
gar This is No lliiinbu'.'.
g0 Examine Prices und Quality and you
.ill be Convinced.
I ARTHUR BULLOCK'S Crescent Store
ialak" Wsb Not In  It From First To
I
Last —Neither Mau Very Badly
Punished—Sullivan au
Easy Viotor.
!     New
I Kilrain
! Richburej Miss
'Now Orleans,
t Met
light
July 8.—-The Sulllvan-
urred this morning at
10". miles distnnf from
Sullivan won in the 75th
from I'-L.c per
LISLE THREAD GLOVES
KID GLOVES (CoIi-Ihiiteil Josephine make) from 80
pui
per pi
SPENCER & PERKINS
Mson's Bay Co'y,
i'Save Received Ex "Memiock" and "Stowe" Full Supplies
of Liquors and Provisions and Offer the Same
for Sale at Market Prices.
round. Neither of the combatants was
seriously injured, although Kilrain was
VSi-y weak at the close
fall nnd first blood,
knock down. Time, 2 hours and 18
minutes. Tlie first intimation of the result wns brought to New Orleans by n
Special train which made the run of 100
miles in 1! hours and 10 minutes. There
was no interference, and Kilrain was the
lirst to shy his "castor" into the ring,
lie was seconded by Charlie Mitchell
and Mike Donovan, and John Murphy
wns tlie bottle holder. Sullivan followed a minute later and was loudly
cheered. His seconds were Wm. Muldoon and Mike Cleary, and Dan Murphy,
of Boston, was bottle holder. Pat Ken-
nick, of New Orleans, was suggested for
referee by Kilrain. John Filzpatrick, also
of New Orleans, hy Sullivan.   After a j
Jake hugged und finally fell without
being hit.
TwF.NTV-l'iFTH Round—.Sullivan lauded
on Kilrnin's ribs, nnd repeated the alose
ngnin when Kilrain fell, us usual.
TtvEM'V-SixTH Round—Sullivan feinted and Kilrain rapidly retreated. Jfake
landed lightly on Sullivan, hugged and
went down.
TWENi'Y-SKVICSTH   ItalL.VI.'.—l'.Olll  Spar-
ring for wind, Kilrain landing on Sulli-.
van's jaw and clinching, Sullivan knocked;
Jake down in the hitter's corner.   The
next 10 rounds were but a repetition of i
former ones, Sullivan getting best of them '
all, and landing several heavy blows on
I Jnlte's side and the latter fulling to avoid
j punishment.
1 TniBTV-Nisiii Um nij—Sullivan follow-;
• ed Kilrain around the ring, calling to the ;
' referee to make liim stand up ana light.
Jake went ilown without lieing struck,
j and Sullivan claimed n foul, which was
allowed.
Fortieth   Round — Sullivan   landed
heavily on Kilrnin's ribs, the lntter end .
ing the round by fulling.
Forty-First Round—Slight exchanges,;
; nnd Kilrain fell to avoid punishment.
Forty-Second Round—Sullivan opened
heavily. Hard lighting followed, Kil-'
' rain going down from a slight blow, John
standing over him, nnd Juke's seconds
| made claims of foul, which the referee
I would not allow.
The World in General,!
The Pope Addresses a Formal Communication to Spain Asking for an
Asylum in Case of War-
British Troops in Egypt Watching the ;
Dervishes, But Are Not Strong
Enough To Attack Them.
Government of Spain asking that in case
of war. lie might be afforded an asylum
in that country. On the heels of" this
statement comes the announcement by
Le'Ecole, which is considered an unimpeachable authority, to the effect that bv
her treaties with her allies, Germany anil
Austria, Italy is bound to send 400,ti00
troops under the command of Prince
Amadeo to co-operate with the allies in
Uullicia in case of wur, anal iiesiales these,
another force of 300,000 to watch the
Franco-Swiss frontier to prevent incursions by France.
BRITISH 'lltoops IS EGYPT,
Cairo,   April  8.—Colonel Wndehouse,
Commnnder of the Egyptian forces,  has
informed  the Government that he has
sighted tlie main body of Dervishes mov-
I ing in a northerly direction.    Thev are
1 5,000 strong, and have 300 camels.     Col.
n...-,,. iitiii c„..i. n„ r.*,»Ji*.j r,«™ ! Wudehouse   does   not  think   the   force
Burke Will Surely Be Extradited From >. under hjs roinluan(,  s(r01lg enongh to
Winnipeg for His Share in the
Cronin Harder,
HOME   RULERS  ARRHESTED.
London, July 8.—Jos.  Richard Cox,
Home Rule member oi Parliament for
East  Clare,  and Thomas   Patrick Gill,
Home   Rule member for South Louth,
were arrested In this city to-day and
Forty-Third Round—Sullivan landed i taken to Droghedu, where they are to be
Kilrain won first  °" Jake's ribs, and aftorn few passes Kil-; tried  for  recent utterances   at  a pro-
Sullivan got  first i rain   went  down  without    receiving  a I claimed meeting.
blow.   Sullivan himself appealed to the K cos-nv blunder
lowed'' ''':'iminK a f0Ul WM '"" "'     l-"»'kJort, July S.-The express train
' | between Cologne* and Frankfort to-dav
1'iiiiTY-Foi-iiTii Round-As soon as he ran into a train of empty freight cars
reached the centre oi the ring, John be-1 sending upon u side track, wrecking the
gan vomiting freely,nnd it looked as if his j locomotive nnd several passenger coaches
stomach were weakening, Kilrain asked I of the express. Eight persons were
him to make the fight a draw, but Sulli-j killed outright, and eleven severely in-
van   refused,   responded    with    heavy	
blows on   Kilrnin's  ribs,  knocking liim
down.
Forty-Fiktii Round—Sullivan smashed
Kilruin in tlie ribs uud then landed on
liis jaw, knocking him down and stamping on liim. Aloud call of foul which
wns not allowed.   The seconds of Kilrain
jured. The accident was caused by thc
j blunder of a switchman, who fled when
j he saw the result. The police are on liis
I track.
,. ,, ,.     ,,.,      St'l'van.   Alter a!knew  their  man  must  lose  after this
slight wranglingtifc-patrick was mutually   ronm| unles„ „ ^ blow could
agreed upon ns referee    k. rain won the I llin,   Sullivan, although slightly wounded
toss lor position and elected the north-  WM abIe t0 de,,, R*cdgehaminer blows,
Liff Stat
Ap 2.1
anaimo Saw Mill.
Haslem Ss Lees,
MAN'I'I'AITrill'.llS air   si.I. KINDS OK
plough and Dressed Lumber, Shingles, Laths and Pickets,
Doors, Windows and Blinds,
[prompt
1 .,*!"^"?
Moulding, Tinning, Scroll Sawing, and all kinds of Wood Finishings
~~ All orders sent  to Iheir address ut
attention. Ap ii:i
Nunuinio, ILL'., will linve thc most
HASLEM it LEES.
enst corner. Sullivan taking the southwest.
Just before time was called Kilrain
stepped over to Sullivan and proffered to
wager $1000 on thc results which was
promptly accepted by Sullivan, and the
money placed in referee Kilpntrick's
hands.
First Round—Time wns called at 10:10.
Kilrain made a vicious pass at Sullivan,
witli his right, landing on the left of the
neck. Both clinched and Kilrain gained
the fall.
Second Round—Sullivan feinted with
his left, which Kilrain dodged. A clinch
followed, Sullivan throwing Kilrain
heavily.
Thibd Round—Kilrain rushed in aud
clinched; Sullivan avoiding him, and
dealing Jake a short-arm blow in tlie
neck. Sullivan followed with blows on
Kilrnin's neck und ribs. Kilrain struck
Sullivan twice below the belt. Cries
of "foul"   It was not allowed.
Fourth Round.—Kilrain led, landing
slightly, a clinch followed, Sullivan on
top.
Fifth Round.—Kilrain began sparring
for wind. Sullivan rushed at him and
gained a cross-buttock back but Kilrain
broke away, John leading and landing
on the neck, Jake here began Mitchell's
tactics retreating all around the ring.
Kilrain landed lightly on Sullivan's neck,
Sullivan cross-countering heavily on the
head.   Kilrain went down in his corner.
Sixth Round.--Short-armed fighting
was indulged in, Kilrain attacking John's
ribs and gaining tho first blood by a blow
on the left ear.
Seventh Round.—Sullivan appeared
bleeding, he landed viciously on Kilrain's
face, gaining the first knock down.
EiciiiTii Round.— Sullivan led, Kilrain
countering slightly, doing no damage.
Kilrain again went down to avoid punishment. Sixty-Ninth   Round. — Kilrain   wns
Ninth Round—Sullivan  led with his ■ knocked down with a severe right-hander
left, Jake countering slightly, and Sulli- • on the jaw.
and Jake wns becoming weaker. His
blows had no strength in them, and his
left side was evidently given him considerable pain. He pursued liis usual tactics of rctrenting whenever Sullivan advanced, and the jeers of the crowd be
came more and more marked.
Forty-Ninth Round—Kilrain landed
on John's stomach; John countered on
his ribs with his right; n clinch followed,
Sullivan falling heavily on Kilrain's
body, and the hitter's friends claiming n
fowl. Pony Moore necused the referee of
having money n the result, and the lntter called Moore a liar. In the forty-
eighth and forty-ninth rounds Jake fell
to avoid punishment.
Fiftieth Round—Sullivan led vigorously, Kilrain returning lightly and running away, John following und bogging
Jake to 'fight. The hitler went down
from a slight blow. Kilruin would smile,
but tliere wns n ghastliuess in his assumed good humor that wus painful to
witness. His strength wns surely going
nnd no one knew it bitter than Jiiko. In
the fifty-first to the fifty-sixth round
Kilrain resorted to ret renting tactics to
tlio disgust of the crowd, going down repeatedly without a blow to avoid punishment. In the sixtieth round Jake went
down without receiving u blow,and loud
cries of "foul" wns heard on every side,
but wus not allowed. In the sixty-fifth
round Johnson offered to bet *f>00 to $50
that Sullivan would win, but could not
final ii Inker.
Sixty-Sixth Round—Kilruin led out
viciously with his right but missed. Sul-
livnn feinted then anal led, landing
slightly, Jnke going down.
Sixty-ninth Round.—Kilruin retreating, Sullivan followed and knocked him
under the ropes with n left-hand on the
ribs.
Sixty-Eighth Round—Sullivan ended
the round by knocking Kilruin down witli
several upper nnd under cuts.
van returning with interest ou Jake's
ribs.   The latter again went to graBs.
Tenth Round—Kilrain rushed at John
and was met by a heavy one on the jaw.
He fell heavily.
Seventieth Hound—Kilruin wns now
very weak, Sullivan landing repeatedly,
Kilrain tried to throw Sullivan by catching llim by the legs, then slipped and fell.
Seventy-First Round.—Kilrain, who
was  growing  weaker,   feinted und run
away John finally  knocking  bin
with n fierce one on the ribs.
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TWO
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FOR   SALE
MILLION   BRICKS.
THE  POPE   ADVISES.
London, July 8.—In a letter from
Rome which is printed here, it is stated
that at a recent consistory the succession
to the Papal See was discussed, and the
Pope advised that Cardinal Lavigerie be
elected.
FUND FOR T. S. SULLINAN.
London, July 8.—Irishmen all over the
world have been asked to contribute to a
fund started in Dublin on June -.'4th, for
the benefit of T. S. Sullivan, M. P. The
fund has already made good progress,
Archbishop Walsh heading the list with
£2o, and Archbishop Walsh with £1!0.
Thos. Sexton, M. P., is Chairman of the
Committee having tho fund in charge,
and Mr. Parnell and Archbishop Crook
arc members.
THE PERSIAN ItlI.EB.
The Shah, accompanied by "the Prince
and Princess of Wales and others of the
royal family,' went to Bayswater this
afternoon to attend a garden party given
In the Shah's honor by the Persian
minister. Prince Malcolm Kahn. The
Shah goes to Hatfield to-morrow, where
he will bo entertained by Lord Salisbury.
Tlie Shah's visit has served to start an
immense Persian boom among financiers
in London. Huron RtUt'i' is engineering
a big Persian bunk scheme which promises to use millions of E iglish capital.
It hns already obtained cencessions from
tlie Shall for his linnk, with tlie right to
issue legul tender notes, untl tj circulate
them throughout Persian dominions
on par with specie. The bank nlso has
received other concessions said to be of
great value, among which ure thc right
to work some rich mineial deposits in
Persia, niul to build nnd operate railways.
MACHINERY Dl'sAULED.
Liverpool, Jul* 8—The steamer Alaska, whicli sailed from hero yesterday for
New York, has returned with her
machinery disabled.
LORD TENNYSON BETTER.
London,   July  8.—Sir Andrew  Clark
paid a visit to Lord Tennyson nt "Poets
Retreat" in the Isle of Wight yesterday,
and  expressed   muoh  surprise  at   tlie j
laureate's improved health,  and mental I
activity.
LONDON  JOURNALISTIC  SCANDAL.
The St, James Gazet'e has paid the
claim of Greenwood, late editor of that
paper who recently brought suit for
damuges for wrongful dismissal, but was
unsuccessful. The payment of the sum
claimed is now made voluntarily with a
view to avert further scandals growing
down i°"' nl' ircenwood's appeal.
BOHElirAN    ELECTIONS.
Berlin, July 0.— The elections in Hai-
hemia have resulted in a pronounced
triumph for the nrai-Slavist party. Pro-
Slavists have also been successful iu
Gnllicia, and Count Von'lnuH'e
Minister of the Interior, in  the face
i these reve
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Eleventh Round—Sullivan now rushed the fighting, Kilrain going down to
avoid punishment
Twelfth Round—Kilrain  rushed   inl    Sevbntv-Skcono    Round,-  Sullivan
and clinched, trying to throw John, but  forced the light leading and landing sev-
failed. Jake's blows lacked strength; the | oral times, Kilrain going down to avoid
round ending with John clinching and punishment,
throwing Jnke heavily. "|    Sevunty-Thiiih   Koimi.    Kilruin    re-
Thirteenth Round—Sullivan landed treated all around the ring. Tlie round
on Kilrain's ribs, the latter playing for! ended with .lake going down to avoid
his stomach, striking foul blows repeat-  punishment.
edly.    John  returned   on   the jaw and      Seventv-I'oi urn   Hound-   Juki'   led,
ribs, Kilrain slipping ilown lo avoid pun-, landing light Iv on Sullivan's chest.   The '
ishiueni.   In this round Kilruin hadlv I former went down with a slight blow.
spiked Sullivan's left foot. ,    SEV,.NTV.Kln„ RoosD-Kllrain went
Fourteenth Round—Kilrain again down with a light blow on the jaw nnd I
startetl urountl the ring ending with n I was cantioneil by the referee. !    Chicago, July 8.—Mr.   Carlson, Si-.,
clinch in which John   slipped, going!   Time wis called for the seventy-sixth •oft tor Winnipeg yesterday, accompanied
down under the rope. round.    Mitchell ran over to Sullivan's I ''>' Detective George  lloitt, of   Chicago
Fifteenth Round—Sullivan feinted, corner niul usked him If bo would give Avenue Station, they will arrive at tlieir
Kilrain retreating nnd John followed liim ] Kilrain ii present provided lie would I destination Tuesday afternoon. M.
all over the ring finally landing a roaBter ' throw up lhe sponge. Sullivan gencr- Carlson goes to Winnipeg to nssist in tlie
on his ribs.    In the rally that ensued louslv   answered,   "Of  course,  I  will." : extradition of Martin Hnrke,    This move
\ justify another attack   npon   Dervishes.
! but he is following them   with   all   his
[available troops in steamers.   Meanwhile
I he advises the collection of a strong force
: at Assouan to co-operate with him.
BOYAL oenerosiiy.
London, July 8.—The Queen has contributed $600 to a fund for the relief of
sufl'erers by the recent railroad accident
near Armagh,
EXTRADITION  OF   BUBKE    FROM    WlNNll'ICai.
Chicago, July 8.—Judge Longneckcr
bus no fears in regard to Burke extradition, nnd says he will be brought back to
Chicago and hanged, just us sure ns he
hud n liniid in ihe assassination of Dr.
Cronin. The Judge in speaking ubout
the despatches from Winnipeg to the
effect that the Chicago legul end huu
been handled in a bungling manner, declares that more than enough evidence
has been furnished to the Canadian authorities, and lie regards their action in
requiring more verbal evidence ns somewhat singular. "The case should have
been disposed of in two days," said the
States Attorney to-day, "and all this red
tape is something that I don't understand. It has never on nnv previous occasion been required to have witnesses
appear before the court in Dominion
Depositions, for they have always covered
the case."
AITOINTMENTS.
Washington. July 8.—The President
made tho following appointments to-duy:
Thomas H. Oavanaugil, of Olympia,
Washington, Surveyor General for
Washington Territory; Vice, J. Cabell,
Breckenridge removed. Thos. M. Falk-
ner Sheridan, Oregon, Indian Agent in
Oregon; Vice, .Ino. B. McLane, resigned.
SMEI.TINU   WORKS CONSUMED.
Eureka, Nev., July 8.—Etuvka Consolidated .Mining Company's Smelting
Works were burned yesterday; loss $75,-
000.
A   YACHT  IN   DISTRESS.
Buffalo, July 8.—The yacht "Gunnel"
nbout whose safety great anxiety was
felt last niglit. arrived at Dunkirk 'about
midnight. The yacht was caught in
Thursday night's gale and run up ti
Grand River instead of going to Dunkirk,
ns wns Intended.  All on board were snfe.
NKOHOES Foil OKLAHOMA.
Topeka, July 8.—Mr. M. Egleson. a
prominent negro politician of this state,
is tlie prime mover [na scheme to Induce
the negroes of tlie South to emigrate   lo
Oklahoma. He bus organized nn Immigration Company composed of some
prominent colored men of this state,
which will hnve ngenls In all prominent
c.ities of the South, their headquarters
being here. He suys he is receivin.
letters every day from people in the
Soutli enquiring'nbout Oklahoma and
how to get tliere. lie expects to have
100,000 colored people in Oklahoma by
next July. Egleson claims tliat negroes
going into Oklahoma will benefit Kansas
irently, ns thev will raise cotton and
Kansas will establish cotton mills.
STRIKE  OF WEAVERS.
Vienna, July S.—A general strike of
weavers at Jaegernsdorf is in progress,
involving -1,000 operatives. The authorities have promulgated a proclamation
warning strikers against committing acts
of violence.
STItlKlM; SAII.alRS.
Liverpool. July 8.—Striking seamen
have decided by ballot to continue tho
strike until the companies concede their
demands.
IMPORTANT
sEiui'i anv
DECISION
HINDI HI.
Washington, July 8.—Secretary Win-
iloni has decided that the recent' Ac* ol
Congress   concerning   the steam   plate
printing presses for the Bureau  of Engraving and Printing, is Intended to be
prohibitory oi the useof nil steam presses.
I Under this ruling the Milllgnn   Presses
\U8trian i now   '"'•'''  ''-v """ "urenu have been dis-
'„( I pensed wltb, There nn-eighteen Milligan
BASTION STREET & GORDON'S WHARF,
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A   HUL.l,   LINE   GIT
Finest   Groceries   and   Fresh   Provisinos
K. KPT    IN    S T O C K .
Disbursed    and    Supplies    Furnished
Ships
FAMILIES AND
SHIPPING   SUPPLIED
PARTS    OF   CITY
GOODS   DELIVERED   TO ALL
AND   VICINITY.
AGENT   FOR    PACIFIC    COAST    STEAMSHIP   COMPANY
AGE Ml* FOR THE IvYST COAST STEAMSHIP COMPANY
< Jnke went down to avoial punishment
Sixteenth Round— Kilrain landed on
Sullivan's ribs.   John countering, Jake
I going down again.
I Seventeenth Round — Slight ex-
I changes, Kilrain going down without a
I blow.
Eighteenth    Kound—Kilrain    went
j ilown without a blow, and John claimed
' u foul which was not allowed.
[    Nineteenth Round—Both sparring for
< wind, Sullivan finally landing on Kilrain's ribs, the latter countering on
Sullivan ami went down from a light return on thc head from Sullivan.
Twentieth Boind—Sullivan hit Kilrain a roaster on the ribs, Kilrain going
down.
TwENfv-FiRST Round—Kilrain landed
on Sullivan's stomach, Sullivan returning on the neck and Kilrain resorted to
hugging; Sullivan landing on Kilrain's
i jaw, the latter falling.
Twenty-Second Round—Sullivan landed on Kilrain's ribs, the latter going to
earth.
Twenty-Third Round.—Sullivan had
to chase Kilrain around the ring. The
round ended witli a clinch, Sullivan on
top.
TwENTV-FoiiRTn Round.—Sullivan began by trying to get in a knock-out blow.
Miko Donovan, seeing tlie condition of
his principal, and to snvc him further
punishment, threw up the sponge, nnd
Sullivan hail nguin proven his title us
Champion of the World.
The only marks on Sudivan were a
slight cut under the right eve and
another on the left ear. Kilrain's body
showed the effects of Sullivan's blows,
and he was bleeding nt tho ears, nose,
and month. Moth men were hurriedly
conveyed to the train by their friends
and given every attention
will lind his policy upset. I ",ml one Homer Lee steam presses in UBI
unnt, sou,, there.   The Secretsrv's decision is a clear
Victory for Labor Unions who have been
rhe  lierman  Government   this  week   righting for   the   introduction   of   bund
placed orders tn the amount ol  .'1,000,000 I presses'.    Thev were successful in their
marks, for repeating rifles.   They will he ■ efforts j„ this direction when the Act of
made in Oerman factories. Congress wns passed, but tho language of
the cronin disclosures, ' | the bill was such that, the question arose
as to whether it wus strictly prohibitory,
niul the matter was referred to Recretafy
Windoni for decision.
COAL MINERS DECIDE NOT TO STRIKE.
Altoonn, Pa., July 4. — Forty coul
miners representing 14,000 miners' of the
districts of Blair, Cambria, Clearfield,
Centre, and Jefferson Counties, met in
this city to-day. They concluded
not to enter into a general suspension of work, but decided to
cnll out nil miners who nre working under district prices. The consideration of
the eight hour question wns postponed
until u Inter day, before which time public meetings will be held to discuss it.
on the part of the police is saiai to indi
cate that the Canadian end of the Cronin
case is weak. Carlson, Sr., is expected
to identify Burke as one of the Williams
Bros., who rented the cottage antl paid
the rent. Tlie police hope this identification will materially assist tlie authorities
in extraditing Burke.
U. S.   RAILROAD  CITTINU   EXPENSES.
Topeka, July 8.—About seventeen men
were discharged at thc Atchison, Topeka
and Santa Fe Shops on Saturday. The
I ollicials explain  that'the men were laid
THE   LITTLE   BUSY   BEE.
John Aspinwall Talks In a Very Familial
Way About Ulm.
John Aspluwall, of Barrytown, N. Y., delivered a lecture at tbe Cooper Institute ou
the little busy bee, its anatomy and physiology, and illustrated hts remarks by stere-
opticon views, showing the Insect and its
workings in all their details.
While in its physical make up the bee ls in
many respects the opposite of mau in his habits and tricks, he very much resembles the
lord of creation, and were bees to be trans-
[ formed Into men some would undoubtedly go
into tho police force or in the board of aldermen, while there would be not a few successor.-,
to Jake Sharp und to tho inexperienced young
toughs who get clubbed by the police and are
then sent up to tbe penitentiary for dishon
esty and general "sass." Tbe occupations of
walking delegate and dude mashers are also
found in apiarian society,
Tbe little bee, that is, the worker, Is a
: henry skinned child of toil. He ls incased in
! rings and sliielais of smooth horn to shield
him against attacks of his own species, and
; he toils as long as there ls light. He has not
got backbone like a man or a mule, but instead he has a little sting tbat serves his purpose just as well, and thus manages to maintain his rights. Between his tongue and
sting there is a complicated mechanism that
is of great use to the farmer and to nature.
Aside from the honey tbat he distills, and
which is worth thousands of dollars annually
to the farmer and to commerce, his habit of
poking his head into flowers and covering it
with pollen, which he brushes off in other
flowers, renders him a benefactor to naturo
in fertilizing flowers. Before the advent of
the bee in Australia it was impossible to get
any seeds of red clover there. Of course, his
process of making honey might not suit tho
most fastidious taste, for honey is partially
digested cane sugar, made so by tho old of
bee saliva, but as tho beo is a perfectly clean
little animal tbat revels in nectar all day
long, these little irregularities must be overlooked. Besides, he uses a different mouth
for the honey.
Tbo bee is a good flyer, but as his wings are
smaller in proportion to his body than are
those of tho eagle to the king of birds, he
hns to flap them more frequently, so he flaps
away at tho rate of 440 flaps to the minute
He has no lungs, but a system of tiny uir
tubes extend through all parts of the body,
and these ho packs with air when he wants
to fly. Neither has he a heart, but a dorsal
vessel that pumps tbe blood to the head.
The bead, as magnified on the screen, is not u
beautiful object, and as it is not tbe center of
the nervous system ho would not miss it vory
much if cut off if it were not for the eyes,
two of which have 4,000 lenses each to seo tho
honey Bowers afar off, end two others to
assist in doing the mlcriswiopal work in the
hive.
The entrances to the hive are very carefully guarded by sentinels, and every beo on
arriving nt tho door is challenged by them
with their antennae. If ho can give the
countersign he is admitted hito tho sanctuary,
but if bo cannot ho is iu danger, for bees aro
very nervous insects, and draw stings on the
slightest provocation. The applicant must
be a thief, aud old thieves are detected by experienced sentinels, but tbo form of challenging must Iw gone through first.
Tho old thief beo is fat and sleek and shining and very suave. If caught by sentinels,
he will at onco try to uialco a deal and offer
tho policomcn somo sugar, and while they aro
eating it ho either slips in and fills up at the
cells or ho retreats anal tries another hivo. If
tho sentinels are incorruptible, tho thief humps
himself, draws his horny shields tight around
him so that tho stings of tho policemen may
not penetrate nntl runs. A young thief
stands-up to fight and gets clubbed. Ho
learns by experience.
Tho queen beo bos not got such a very easy
timo. Sho has plenty to cat and eats it, and
flies very littlo; but as she has to lay all the
eggs of tho colony, and often lays more than
her weight of eggs in ono tloy, tho bees begrudge her uothing, but. let her have her own
way everywhere.
The drono is the dude and walking delegate
of the hive. Ho is not very numerous, however. Ho is fat and spends his time eating
honey, flirting with tho girls and tho queen,
thon takes a quiet nap in the sun. Wben his
charms no longer please ho Is driven out, and
if ho ennnot get a berth in another hive he
starves. Tho little worker, however, according to tho lecturer, does not fare much better.
She lives for about six weeks, when she becomes feeble, her wings get torn and fringed,
and sho lies down to dio in the field, refusing
to return to tho hivo and become a burden
on the colony.—New York Times.
Sullivan's  condition   was superior to : °,fl to eut down expenses.   It is reported
Kilrain's.   The latter looked as if he had j ,,hBt tlle force win he mi do"v» nlo"8 the
beenover-traiueil.  At no time, excepting  ';nc until thai operation expenses arc re*
when Sullivan's stomach gave evidence *"**"*d $15,000 per week,
of weakness, was there n doubt ns to thc I splendid pluck.
final result of the tight. Boone, la., July 8.—Engineer Barren,
Sullivan's condition. | pulling ii fust train on  the Clncngo A
_ ...      .    Northwestern   wns shot on  hiB engine
New Orleans, Lo„ July 8.—Sullivan's about 1 o'clock vesterday morning,
fighting totlay wns the most scientific he! While running past a freight train at
has ever done. He abandoned his old ; Boone siding a bullet struck Barren in,., ,,
rushing tactics, husbanded his strength, j (ace breaking his jaw. The fellow firing " lll"u''
kept cool and seemed to recognize and j escaped in tlie dark. No cause known
respect tho merits of his adversary, while for the deed. The engineer remained
maintaining abundant confidence in his \ at bis post and brought the train to this
own abilities. It was evident that he had cj-v, l'OO miles, before giving up.
is»Sc tiKiiitiu? fahrl *r 7"rr7mm —° "kn-
dition to compel him to do liifl best. London. July 8.—Mouiteur De Rome
 _ j confirms the statement that the Pope has
Contimieti on Fourth Page. j addressed fl formal communication to the
A     HAK.MM,.
The modes of death's approach are various, and statistics show conclusively lhat
more persons die from diseases of the Throat
and Lungs than any other. lt is probable
that everyone, without excftpttort receives
vast numbers of Tubercle 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
sensation in the throat and if allowed to con-
Remove the Tags.
A muu who patronizea a ready nude clothing store for his clothes cannot be too careful
about removing tlio numerous tags which
udpru tlie stuck piled on the counters. This
warning is uot given without reason. It Ls
suggested by the experience of one James
Hitchcock, who underwent a fearful ordeal
in this direction. Ho tells it on himself, too,
fears ngo, when Professor Mnrtine ran the
hotel at Riversido and wus attempting to revive its popularity by hypodermic Injections
of Saturday night hops, Mr. Hitchcock was
invited to participate in one of these social
revels. His wardrobe was complete with the
exception of a white vest—then en regie.
Well, he went to a i-etail house and purchased
the desired white waistcoat. Ho took it homo
and plucked off all tbe various tags—that is,
ho thought bo did. He attended the party
with his wife, and all wont well until ho
mingled in thc excitement of the lancers.
Then bo threw open bis Prince Albert and
lent himself to tho abandon of the dance.
Whilo ho was parading about at tho direction
of tho caller he noticed that several people in
tho set began to snicker, but he paid no attention to tho merriment. When tho caller
finally cried: "All waltz—seats 1" he disposed
of his partner and his wifo grabbed him at
onco. Sho took him aside and pointed out
tho cause of tho merriment in his set It was
sewed ou to tho vest just abaft the watch
pocket It was of brilliant pink cardboard,
and it read: "Short and fat; 43 Inches." Mr,
Hitchcock and the retail clothing salesman
who sold him tbo whito vest have never since
spoken as they havo passed by.—Chicago
Herald
Tlio Urouco.
Th 3 bronco is a wild or unbroken horse. 1
havo boon told by old Californians that
"bronco" is a Spanish word, meaning wild,
aud that one always said bronco horse when
speaking of unbroken horses years ago; but
now, when one says he is riding or driving u
bronco, it is understood that he means a wild
or only partly broken horse. As a saddle
animal tho bronco often causes more excitement than a dog fight would. If he is a bad
,   . , ,    ,        I "bucker" he becomes an infernal machine.
tmuc  thctr  ravages they extend t«» the lungs | m(ldewith ^ ^^^ and gtod-ijrt^nm
by electricity.   He drawshlmself upsothat
j producing  Consumption  and to  the  bead,
I causing Catarrh.    Now all is dangerous, and
:r   _n 1    . .
to pi
cecal will in time cause
Icath. At lhe unset yam tr.aist act with
promptness) allowing n cold to go without
mention is dangerous anal may losi
life. As soon nai you feel that i u.^ ...i.^
avr.ing avith your Throat. Lungs .,i Nusuls
ihtain a Imtllc of llaischees t.enn.iii Syrup
Ii will give you immediate relief;
Ice Cohl Milk Shake al Pimhurv's.
ho looks liko a bamboo easel with a saddle e
tension, and then spreads himself like a
plumber at a summer watering place. "Ho
graces tho western landscape," as has been
remarked by tourists, all right enough, but
his "wonderful picturosqueness"—well, he
doesn't always have lt with him. Still, If a
bronco gets away with a saddle on, and bucks
and runs until the saddle is worked back oa
to his haunches, he may look as pictureaquo
as a woman biistle-ing along after a car.—
Montana Cor. Detroit Frea Pre-.. THE   NANAIMO   COURIER,   TUESDAY,   JULY   9,   1889.
JE :-: NANAIMO :-:  COORIER
INDEPENDENT      NEWSPAPER
rn' the *i*sb of the
Indian Territory, we can
fairly clear conception
took   place   when   the
TUESDAY. .III.Y
1888.
After rendinc
"boomers'' int,
at Inst gain it
of   what   took
Goths were allowed to Cl-OBS the Danube.
Possibly the I'nited States Governinen.
desired to give a lesson of this kind tor it
took care apparently lhat tlie opening oi
lhe reservation should be ni'coni'jiiuieil
by the utmost amount nf confusion and
crushing. Time was allowed for all lhe
boomers, adventurers and loose nomads
of every kind to collect, and thev were
then allowed to start fair under the direction of an officer wilh a body of troops
and the sheriff with bis posse. When
once iu, squatters wrangled us to who
should squat first, niul of course fought it
  out.    Indeed there  seems  every   proba-
XlU Athletic Sports just concluded at b-% 'hat a very pretty crop of savage
last Wellington cannot fail to Impress *end8 has already arisen anion;.- the
one wbo has resided in Nanaimn for' settlers, ami Ihnl "the officers of the
last.few years with the immense United States army, and tho sheriff with
rides this district is making in public ; '>'S posse, will have n wood deal to du for
UUSement, as well aa in material pro- j sonic lime In conic. We have likened
ess. Those of us who can look back tli* invasion of Oklahoma to thai once
rany lengthened period on the sports 'made by Ibe (iolhs, bul in the rush oi
Nanaimo and Wellington, as ihey used, the latter there is wanting the distinct
be, and compare them with the festi-; touch ol humbug whicli characterizes the
1 which has just taken place musl he former, The shooting appears to he the
atilird by tlie comparison. A really "uly genuine thing about it. Tlie whole
ealthv mind cannot exist iu an iin- affair wa- distinctly "got up." Prom
ealthy body, and nothing better pro- the Government ofthe United Slates to
mtes the health of the body,' and conse- \ the meanest ''boomer," everybody seems
the health of the mind than I to have been playing his ewn little game
|.Mr. .lames (I'Neil is authorized on be- ■
.If nf the Nanniino Ci.titit.li In canvass ■
Subscriptions,  advertising,  receive'
lyinents anal give receipts for the same
| tlie citv ni Victoria.
IMr.Johii Clinic  is authorized on be-!
If *n the Nanaimo ComtiEii  to canvass
snbscriptions, receive payments and
■ receipts for tlie same In Wellington'
ATHLETIC SPORTS.
uenlly,  the health  ot  -
thistle training.   The physical beauty | Sufficient was known about
f tlio ancient Creeks was without doubt I he occupied to cause nil win
■od.nn' fnr the real work oi
the  Is
came
pre-MM
liiciit,
but   tor
The
now
panstuitled to Ihem by a long line of an-
estors, whose limbs were highly .level
ped by exercise in their greHt national
ames. Wki.i.imitox is reported tn have
aial that bis buttles were won on Ibe
rickei field of ICton. meaning, of
oursc, tliat   the physique of his officers
itras greatly due lo tlieir school trailing. The advantage of heulthr cxer-
ise for men, however, has been recognis-
d so long that it is unnecessary hers to do
nore than refer to it. lint how aboul
Ur girls? Ought they not to have a
hanee to improve their physique as well
the hoys? Ought not the fuhire
Bothers of Naiiuiiiu. to be carefully
Entitled physically as well as mentally?
Most emphatically, yes! Calisthenics and
11 t-i 11 in the Schools, lawn tennis and hosing (hest of all exorcises! ouglll to be
used, lo develops their muscles,  for on
J tlieir physical development depends Hie
welfaro of the race. Parents would do
I to ponder over this most importatii
(subject, uud to ask themselves whether
[their girls have the training necessary to
■mnke them healthy women and mm hers.
libit, while being advocates oi the highem
[physical training for girls, we cannot Jiass
lover without comment Ihe custom prevailing iu this Province of offering prizes
to tbem for competition at nur Sports.
Creek girls used I n wrestle in the Slmliuin
of Olympia. and no doubt, thereby, contributed their share to the physical improvement of the race. Ilm how about
tlieir morals'.' Alus. History lells a sad
tale. We should b<> very sorry to draw a
comparison between lhe Creeks of the
Seventh century B, ('., and British Columbia! in the Nintfciilh century A. I).
We know that lhe world since tlien, has
improved morally, as well as in many
other respects, and thai Ihe morality uf
B. C, will comparo favourably witli that
any other eountrv, bul we do most
strongly protest against the practice of
bribing gills in rim races for thc amusement ol a, sometimes, nol   too   sober i    ,. ,.   , , ,.
,'        ,   ,     , , I- k. >u n  Boston impel'we extract the
crowd, who open v lav bels on the voting  , ,,     . ..    , if,
'     ,   ,        •    -    ,       ,        •       *  following:   No horse .'un   navel   safely
people,    it is wi-iiuq.   A harmless enough     ...     ,", , .,     , .   ■,   ,
'    r .,     ■ ,   .    ,    ■ without the use ul the ling.    Aside from
amusement   i   mav  appear;   but, let-. ,. , .,       ,,       ,     ,     .
,     . , ,       ■ , i its essential necessity as the natural rest
us not deceive ourselves, the sights and i   , ,,     , .. .
,,,,.., ,   ,nf the bony structure upon the ground,
sounds heard bv  he little ones on a pub-j . .* ,    ,       .     ,,,„,,.„.
C its expansion power ill  keeping Ibe houl
ml to
lo be
settle-
mble. Genuine
pioneers camo to British Columbia—a
then unknown land—at their own risk.
Their imitators have gone into a well-
knowu country with guide* and protection, with no danger to tear but from
their own rowdyism. Once in, they
set up towns in the way approved bv
tradition, and of course the citizens have
set abuui electing somebody to something,
All this may look to energetic Americans
very admirable, though ibis -to-ahead
people, to judge by recent reports, have
sei up their ramshackle town where
there is no water, To u native of an
effete, one-horse old world, It appears to
beon n level in intelligence with the mad
energy ol the puppy-dog who rushes
wildly round after bis own lail
picture is beautifully finished ol
tliat we learn thnt Federal officers and
oilier smart persons had arranged to pick
all the plums beforehand. A dush of
rascality has added to the flavour of the
dish. The story speaks ill for the aon-
dltion of the sinies bordering on tlie Indian reservation.   Surely there must be
much distress umong them—else so many
Would hardly have ventured ou so  d**s-
111 quest—or else there  musl   be  a
of Vagabondage   which   may some
NANAIMO TELEPHONE COMPANY.
l—.1 II Pleace, Hardware Store.
*!—I-i Quennell, Butcher.
2—IS   Pimbury,   A   Co., Druggists and
Chemists.
t—Old Flag Inn,.I E Jenkins.
•*i—Nannimo llospitnl.
t;—Provincial Government Office.
7—Johnston A Co's Wharf.
8—shamrock Livery Stnbles.
u—Railroad or* Telegraph Olliee.
lu—I'.nnk of British Columbia.
II—New Vancouver Coul Co.
li'—Dr. 1-: A Prneger's Office.
1.1—Jas Harvey's store.
14—Commercial Hotel. Sabiston &  Wii
cox.
lo—Hirst Brothers' Store,
10—Johnston at Co's Store.
17—Free Press Printing Office.
18—1. N. L. l.iverv Stnbles.
10—Haslem .t Lees' Saw Mill.
20—J Mitclicl. Soda Water Works.
:'l—Tom Bell. Fruit Store,
22—City Clerk's Office.
23—J li Hilbert, Cigar Stoic
24—Mrs. Cautliier.
-.'ii—Dunsmuir at Son's Office, Oepaiiun
Buy.
! 21— .1 Hoskin's Store.
28— Dr. Walkcin's Residence, Kasl   IVi'l
linglon.
'.'ii— Kast  Wellington Coal   Co's Office
Fust Wellington,
;'.ii—.lolin Ililberl, Furniture Dealer,
81—Ciii'itii-it Olliee.
82—Walter Wilson's Store.
88— A Mayer d-Co.
',',4—M Manson's Residence,
:i*>—N E P Society's Store.
86—Dr. it. T. Davis' Residence.
:)7—.1 Decker, Occidents] Hotel.
- 88—Craig's Blacksmith Shop.
80—B McMillan's Residence.
40—East Wellington Wharf.
-II—lt Ileylund's Residence.
142— V. Qiicnnell's Slaughter House.
48— The Delmonico Hotel.
•14—T Wall, Wellington Hotel.
46—Central Hotel.
•Iii—.1 Mnhrer's Brewery.
47—.I Mnhrer's new Residence.
SEALED proposals will be received by
the Honorable Chief Commissioner
of Lands and Works, up to noon of Wednesday, 10th oi July next, from persons
experienced in well drilling who may be
desirous of undertaking contracts from
the Government for sinking one or more
experimental Artesian Wells in Yale
District, P.. C., wilh a view to determining their value for purposes of irrigation.
Proposals must state clearly nil conditions nnd terms, state tho kind of appa-
' rutns proposed lo be used, and give the
name of two responsible residents ol the
Province who are willing to enter into a
bond to secure the faithful carrying out
of any contract which mav be entered
into.
Such information us may be in possession of thc Lands and Works Department
will be furnished on application to parties
proposing to contract.
W. S. CORE,
Surveyor-General,
hands ak Winks Department,
Via'toriu. P.. ('., 10th June, 1880.
Dominion Day
JULY 1st, 1889
-AND-
FOURTH IIF JULY
cheap XLAVxnat
i On lhe above Dates Return Tickets will j
; be solil for a Single  Fare between  all
points on  the Road, good to return For'
Five Days, including day of issue.
E.V.BODWELL:
Real Estate Broker,
And General Agent, Conveyancer.
Notary Public, Etc.
City Propertv, Suburban Property and ,
Farm Lands for sale on best terms.
Correspondence Solicited.
CORNER CORDOVA A  OAMBIE STB.
A. W. JONES,
Real Estate ami Insurance Agent
THE
NANAIMO COURIER!
Published every morning except
MONDAY
 AT
NaTiairao,P).C.
OOVERNMENT     STREET,
in addition to the Regular Train Service,
Special Trains will run as follows, calling
at nil way Slntions:
I U V M 1
Tenders!
Leave Wellington	
Arrive Nana.mo	
*■     Chemainus	
Somenos	
"        Duncans	
Koksil--.li	
McPherson's	
COBBLE DILI..
Shawnigan Lake,.
•'       Coldstream	
Ksquimalt	
Russell's	
Victoria..........
Victoria	
Russell's	
Ksquimalt	
Coldstream	
Stiawnisai) Lake.
COBBLE HILL,
McPherson's	
Kokillah	
Duncan's	
Soineiio.	
Chemainus..   —
Nanaimo....	
Wellington	
Arriv
..s«8
■ 0.-H
...o-sja
...7:04
...7.14
...7:19
...7:^9
...7:44
...7:54
...8:49
...9:14
...g:?4
. ...91-38
... .G:oo
.. .6:04
...6114
....6:39
■ 7 *.3.
• •■;*-,
...7:59
. .8:09
...S:,,
...8:2,
...'.■Ai
.■•aJUS
...9:59
Victoria,  *B.   O.
WANTED.
A house in the middle ward with live
rooms, in good locality. Address "M. M."
CoumtB Ottice.     '
MARYMONT BROS.,
DEALERS   l\
New and Second-Hand
GOODS.
This paper is a live ex p..ment of tbe
into* cut nt
And is thoroughly
INDEPENDENT IK POLITICS■
HENRY    J.     CRESSWELL
ARCHITECT,
AND REAL ESTATE AGENT,
0 BASTION SQUARE, VIOTORIA, B, C,
J.
I All Kinds of Goods Bought,
Sold and Exchanged.
! VICTORIA CRESCENT,
Opposite Provincial Hotel
It contains all the Latest
ic fate
L
Tenders aro invited for lease, good
aaill niul fixtures of Russell, McDonald A
Company's store in this city, nlso for
hnlnnce of stock nsn whole or In separate
CAWTHORNE,
OF THK
Lansdowne   Brewery
has engaged a man   rom  San Francisco
and is now with his new outfit ready to 1
to serve the public with the very hest
Beer, Ale and Porter.
J, A.
t
A-iSfE*
Contractor and Builder.
■ 1
^^^   ■ 1
t-OMMRR-JIAI.
Terms cash
nl hi) davs.
ir Approved endorsed nntes
pcra11
fund
Knrtvriiix   Branch
I'ltaiVIM'IAI, Slal'ltKTAIlV'l. 1 U
Victoria, Hay Till.
1881),
day (live not a little trouble lo our neigh-
Oklalioma  was  reserved  for  the
was
The
i sulemii guarantee ol the
lovernnient. Tlmi uuar-
broken under pres-
day will come, and
when the Government
Republic  will  itself feel
1,111'S        ^^
Indians under
United stales
aulee
sure.      	
thai shortly,
of the Ureal
uneasy—when all its Red men are extirpated and when there are no more reservations for its "boomers," Then lhc
booming WOO Will have to setlle down lo
real farming and the experience will nol
be :i pleasant one.
MISCELLANEOUS NOTES.
N
IOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the Annual Examination nf candidates (or certificates of r-ualillcation
ia, leach in the Public Schools ofthe Province will he held ns tollowB, commencing on Monday, July nth, ut 10fl. rn.:—
Tenders lo he addressed until .Inlv
loih, 1880, to Russell, McDonald A Co.,
P, O, Box, 572 Victoria, II ('.
Tlio Largest and Bent Hotel ia th   Oltv.     ,
h. » atkins   ■ mar ■
NANAIMO, B.C.
Just Arrived!
THIS SEASONS CATCH
x   REPAIRS.   :-:
OFFICII*   AND   SHOP   FITTING   A
SPECIALTY,
Nanaimo, li. (.'., P. O. Box, 180.
May lu—1 ino
ESQUIMALT A- NANAIMO RAIL W Y
LOCAL NEW3
Dished  up in ren.ilable style
distributed early each i,.
sa. i i it everyone can i
it at the breakfast
table
Stock nnd Bto
ie premises.
■I; sheett can be seen ou
Jv 3-6t
-   -  -   Leglslativi
a   -   -   -    Pnlilir <
Hull.
■ehniil
lie race-course,  where they themselves
are   competitors,   are   the first
tlieir pure minds.    A littlo germ  floating j
In-the air, invisible to the naked eye, is;
. ,      I from contracting upon the inclosed joints
suit on ;      , .. ,.      ,    .,       ..        ,   .     ,
1 and its promotion hy its action oi circulation of  blood to the extremity of the1
hoof,  anal  iotisei|iienl  growth, tlie  frog
has a function  always overlooked by the
unreflecting, in that  it is the organ aitj
,. , ■ , ,    ,.     ,,       ,       , touch.    It  is the onlv part nf  the hoof,
a little barm ought not to he allowed  to1 .*,'.
*       . ,     , ,    ,,  that communicates with the nervous svs-
approach our voitnir girls, whom we should  . ,,,       ......    . ,,.'
1'        ,.,  ,,*       "***.   , ; tcin. and tlirniigh that the lirnni; and it
guard Willi the mnsl jealous care. .,      ,.        ., , ,,      ,,
,„. „ ,. ,       hs  therefore  the  onlv means that the
rhei-R  is aiiiithei' matter In which we! . , , a'    ....      a
'. horse hns ni accurately determining 1
font ha,Id  on   the   ground.    In  the common method of shoeing, tlie irog is taken
in Victoria
in Kamloo] 	
Building,
Knch applicant must tovward a notice,
thirty days hefore the Examination, stm
ing the class nnd grade of ''crlilicnte Ior
which lie will he a candidate, mid the
place al whieh he will attend.
s. D. PORE,
Superintendent of I'dticetlon.
Mny 11 —lmo
Naas River Oolachan
THIB SEASON'S CATCH IN KITS.
50 lbs. Kegs & Barrels
Delivered to nil parts of lhe City from i
! GEO. CAVALSKEY,
I. BENDRODT
Master.
k k k k k k k
often the nicansoi killinga healthy man.
A harmless-looking fly deposits its egg in
a tree, and the tree is blasted
So,  even i,
Bullock's Uriel; Block, Victoria
Mny H—I mo
Great   Transcontinental
John : Pulwitt
300 Kits, Kegs
and Half-Barrels ■
OOLACHANS.
San Juan and Saanich Lime, Portland
I cement, taster of Paris and Brick. Fnr
'■ sale hv
A. U. JOHNSTON A CO.
Mav 15—1 mo
POODLE DOG RESTAURANT
NANAIMO, B. C.
P. Jamieson* jPvop.
Oysters,   Cakes, jellies. Ice Cream,   Blanc
Mange, &c,   The urly White Labor
Kestaurant in Town.    Meals
from  2C ayints up.
UNTIL FURTHER NOTICL'
rhe steamer i-j'-I a. ill |i am as lajll..,,-
rallill* at way putts:
Leave Victoria for Nanaimo,
Wednesday at 7 a ni
Leave Nanainio for Comox,
Thursday at 7 a in
Leave Comox for Nauaimo,
Friday at 7 a m
Leave Nannimo for Victoria,
Saturday at 7 a in
For FcctffUt and Passage apply on board.
Mar i—If
CORRESPONDENTS
In every part uf the
PROVINCE!
And all the latest events of public
interest are promptly transmitted.
Every question of public
importance discussed
without
fEAB. FAVOR OR PARTIALITY I
-HAVING-
Palace Hotel, a urge circulation
Route;
feel it. our duly to draw attention. That
is the mercenary aspect of our panics.
l'*very''evcni" isjjot up forthe profit nf lhc
betting man and the saloon-keeper. Wc
feur that all over the world this is so,
and we also fear lhat ihere is no remedy.
Tbe Greek was contented with his parsley crown. The honor was nil he strived
to )*aiii. Now, alas! we have changed
all tliat.
But, in spite of the iwo drawbacks we
have pointed out, our Athletic Sports nre
a credit to the Province, and every praise
should be awarded In the public-spirited
men wlio have given time and money to
their promotion, These sports cannot be
over-estimated in their beneficial effect.
Tlie evils of whicli we have made mention, exist, we are sure. Are we strong
enough tai extirpate them?
FARMERS vs. BOOMERS.
?! Northern Pacific Raifv
oul of ...Hon liy the ihJckneBB of tlie
shoe, and the horafl i* deprived of itsuie.
Upon im muscle ol tht* body ia he more
depen-lent for healthful, natural tuition,
mit!   from   tlio   uiomeut   thr [1*0*4 i" dis*
placed by tlie blacksmith's iron the decay
of the horse's power begins. Contraction, quarter crackf, navicular "liHeaae,
luHammatioD, ami, more troublesome
than .ill else, uorns, usurp the free elasticity of wit lire, niul tlie attinml coin*
meiices his downward eoitrsc.
\'i.* the* Cascade Division now completed,
nuking it the Shortest, Bern
nml   Quickest,
The Dining Or I.inc. The Direct Route.
No Delays, Fastest Trains, t-pwe.it Rates
to Chicago ami al! Points Kast. Tickets
sold 10 a\\ Prominent points throughnut the
Kasi ancf South-Eost.
Huccoasor to Kmil Devdingeri
Practical   Horseshoer
anu
GENERAL BLACKSMITH-
Peek's Blacksmith Shop,
OAVAN STIIKI'.T. - .NANAIMO,  R. 0.
[I..8.J
IltJtjH NELSON.
NANAIMO, B  C
Tlie Oaly FIBBT-0LA8B HOUSE In Tlie Oity.
: gar Sample Boom for use of Ooui-
i mercial Travellers.
1). MORAbtO, I'rop.
i
Garesche (ireen & Co.
BANKERS,   I
Its advantage as an
1
IS APPARENT.
Viotoria,   33.   O.
TllKOI
III   rtll.l.MA"
Si I'.i'.i'IM.
Reservation;! can he s
To East-Bonuil
e careful
DKAWiNtvUooxi
Cars,
cured in Advance.
Passengers.
With tlm uinjjle exception of the capi-J
talist, tliere is, perhspB, uo i'Iusk of ini~:
mi-*r:int which deserve*
welcome hy Hie resident"
country—such nn Urit'iHli Columbia—ns
that of the bona Jide settler. Seldom
aloes he accumulate n fortune, though the -m
.Aork of lighting nature, in which lie in
unceasingly engaged from noon till dewy
eve, in—of nil occupations hy which men
earn their daily bread—one of Hie hardest nnd at the same time least remunerative. As wr have before had oecnsion to
point out, it i.« to Agriculture that all
countrici must look for ultimate proa-
perity, unless, perhaps, where altogether
exceptional ciiciimstanecs exist, as they
msy be allowed to exist in (Irest Britain.
The hardy settler from scross onr
"(ireat Diviale" or from Europe, with his
axe and plough, his contentment with
solitude, unremitting labour, and hard
fare, is as distinct from the creatures referred to in our American despatches as
"Boomers," as two members of lhc same
species can well be, The scenes which
have recently taken place in the territory
known by the euphonious name of Oklahoma,  are   instructive   if    iKsgusting.
ritoluariipli* 1,1   I'npular  I'rl.es.
Mr, John IJreh of the Mainland Photograph Company, arrived hi the city last
evening und is prepared to take lirsl-clnss
photographs at Popular Prices.    Photo's
of resideiii'i'S, groups nnd scenes also
taken. Mr. Uren will be in tlm city but
a short time ami parties wishing plioto-
i graphs will do well to call upon him im-
i mediately. Will start business Monday. *
nil  alo not make a mislala
he sure to talaai the
e. hut
v::: j Cosmopolitan
lloini'rclel street. NaiiaiiM  B.C,
QTT*B*Kr*lV-E]XjXs.
—ALWAYS—
A   CHOICE   ASSORTMENT
il|l]IK,"KINlaSJ'
MEATS    AND    VEGETABLES
IN  TIIK   MAHKK.T'.
Free Deliveerv to All Parts of tbe Oitr,
Northern Pacific   Railway.
Anil see  that   yutir lickel  reaals  via THIS
LINK, St.  I'aul an Minneapolis, to avold-
changes ami  serious  delays  occasioned  hy'
nlher routes;.
Through    Emigrant     Sleeping     Cars
Run on regular impress liains lull length ol
the line. Ilerths free. Lowest Kates.
Quickest Time.
W. B. DENNISON,
Freight and Passenger Agrnt,
Nanainio, B, (',
A. I). CHARLTON,
Asst. Gen. 1'ass. Agt.
121 First  St., cor. Washington,
1'oitlanil, Or.'
1 am prepared to do all kinds ol General Rlacksmithlng al short notice and
reasonable rates. Special attention paid
to tenderfoot ed, over-reaching and Inter-
fearing horses,
SHOEING—Give tne u call nnd convince yourselves. All work guaranteed
in give satisfaction.
f.  pr I.WITT, -   •   -   Proprietor.
I  mo
OITY TtrXAT*.XtZX*Fr.
I Ne\i   -lu'-r    in   Hirst's   liroB.,
Commcrcial Street,
w  B
f. D. DEEBLE, Prop
nnseantly
Choice
on hand n ft'll assortment <
Meats ami Vegetables.
Shipping supplied  at short notice.
NEW FRDIT STORE!!
VICTORIA, by the Grace of «od, of ihe
United Kingdon of Great Britain and
Ireland.   Queen,  Defender  of  the
Faith, attc, aiCj-kc.
To Ihe Returning Officer Of lhe Electoral
Dislt id of Nanaimo:
WHEREAS a vacancy has happened
in the Legislative Assembly by the
death of the Honorable Robert Dunsmuir, a Member of the Electoral District
of Naaaimo, wo command you that, no-
lice of the time aad place of election he-;
ing duly riven, you do cause election to |
he made according to law, of one Member I
to serve in tho Legislative Assembly of
the Province of British Columbia, for the!
Klcctornl District of Nanaimo, and that i
you do cause the nomination of candi-1
dates at such election to be held on the
day of , and do cause tho name,    	
of  such   Member   when   so   elected, i *n*T_iA*U1-rf*,v*«,   .„ J
whether he he present or absent, to he i W aLCIlulaKOl    &D11
certified to Our Supreme Court, at tha u .
City of Victoria, on or before the twenty- ■ .Nanaimo, it. i
ninth day of June instant, the election
so made, distinctly and openly   under
Our Seal duty endorsed upon this Our
Writ.
Is Testimonv   WiimiKoi',   We  have
caused these Our Letters to be made
Patent under the Great Seal of Our
said Province of British Columbia.
Witness, the Honorable Jinan Nelson, at our Government House, at
Victoria, the third day of June, in
tlie year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and eighty-nine.
Bv Command.
JAMES C. PREVOST,
Registrar of the Supreme Court.
SUBS0EIPTI0N:
A general Banking business transacted.
Telegraphic Transfers and Drafts on the ! p-r »---,     ...
Eastern Provinces, Great Britain and Hie ; '
United  States.     Collections   promptly i P««" M*»ntn,   -    -    -
attended to.    Agents for Wells, Fargo A \ pcr Week,  -    -    -
Company.
• 10  06
I  OO
US CU.
THB
BOBEBTS
Jeweler,
T. A Admin
and R. Schilling liavi
opened a
QUEEN ■	
Chop and Oyster Hoiise,:NEW fruit store
'on Commercial Street
Photographs! Photographs!!
The undersigned is prepared to take
lirst-rlnss Cabinet Photos for fil.OO per
dozen. ViewB of residences nnal nil kinds
Of viewing at reduced prices. And to
keen money from going to other cities I
will take payment, in trade from any
business man in the citv.
JOHN SAMPSON,
Photo Artist.
Long Biialge.
OYSTERS   IN
Nanainio,
EVERV
Haw, l''iy, Fancy Roast,
Plain Roast, Oyster Loaf,
New York Stew, llox Stew,
:. C.
STYLE
I'sin Roast.
Watches ami Jewelry bought, sold uud
repaired.   Kino ('old  Wedding K iu-is
Ac, nu hand.
Spectacles and E-e-Glasses
Peck's Motel.
EAST   WELLINGTON
T.   E.   PECK.   Prspristor.
ri~~.ST-Ct.ASS IN EVERV PARTICULAR.
ITNION CREDIT AND PROTECTIVE I
I Association—Headquarters, 4K5 Main ;
ti  street, Winnipeg, Man.   For collet.
opposite the Co-operative Store.   They
will keep nothing but the best stock of j
Fruits, Temperance Drinks, Ice Cream,
Cigars, Tobacco and Smokers' requisites,
Give them a trial and lie convinced.
FISH : GAME : AND : CHICKEN I *
Al.l. KIXIiil OF   ROASTS,
IOE   :   CKEAM
OCCIDENTAL    HOTEL
WANTED.
A waitress at once.
Hotel.
App'v Delmonico
tf
ISfOpen (lay anil night. Meals 25 cents I
anil upwards. Hoard and Lodging hy tlie |
day, week or month.
W. H. PHILPOTT, Prop
apl3 -If
Opposite -IS. at N. lt. R. Depot.
Strictly First-Class.
Sample rooms for travellers.
Only  first-class Wines, Liquors
Cigars.
JOHN DECKER -fe CO.
moh22-tf
naCiga
tion of old and worthless accounts any
where in the world, and no charge if not
collected. O. E. Collins, Manager and
Treasurer. S. Pkrrv Mills, Solicitor,
Victoria, B.C.
TEAMING
OltDKRS IOR DRAYAGI' OR TEA.MlNli
left at lli. Excelsior Bakery, Commercial street,
nr Mmtsotl'e store, Matiburton street, aaill receive
i.iiii|it intention ■'' inoaierate rales.
A. ANDERSON,
Albert Slreet,
April 6—tf Nanaimo, B.C.
tar lit. to hi:   hi 11,111 m., cam, on
\ B   NOBGATE,
Architect aud Mechanical Eiijineer.
DBAWINQS FOB PATEBT OFFICE.
VICTORIA, H. l>,
F.
w.
COOK,
C.E.,
GIVH;
, KNGINGEER  AND SURVEYOR,
Surveys  tlinter  isml  I'tht-v
ADDRESS
00M0X,
Mar-,n-ll
1 laim-.
B. (!,
NOTICE.
. Ni
A-TTi-smnit Act ami Provincial Revtnilfl I
mo Di-itii, l.
Notice is lirrcby niven, in accordance witli tlie
SutHles* that Provincial Revenue Tm and all Taxes
levied under the Assessment Acts are now due for th«
year, 188a, and payable at my office) Nanaimo;
Aisesicd Taxes, if paid on or ln-loin June -jnth, i '■..„
are collectable at the follow ing rate**, vi/:
!j of r per cent, on Real Property.
*   ,','t cent* per acre on Wild Land.
One-third of one per cent, on Pergonal   Property,
,'i of 1 per cent, on Income.
If p>id after June 30th, 1889;—
■', \ of 1 per t-r -   .on Real Property.
a ,'i cents - • 1 acre on WiU Land.
\'i of 1 per if,1.01* Parional Properly.
■■■4 **' 1 per    .r.i   en Income.
M. fiATE,
lAssesBOTP*- '     illetHw*.
COURIER
Printing & Publishing Co.,
 1LIMITED.1	
WORTH     THEIR     WFIHT    N
GOLD.
Holloway's Pills & Ointment
""PHIS 1NCOMPARAB1.K MEDICIN*.
■L hns secured for itself an imperishable
fame throughout the world for the alleviation
and cure of most diseases to which humanity
is heir.
THE    IMI. I.S
Purify, regulate nnal improve the quality 0
the blood. They assist the digestive organs,
cleanse the STOMACH & BOWELS, increase the secretory power ofthe l.iver, brace
the nervous system, and throw into the circulation the pure elements for sustaining and
repairing the frame.
Thousands of persons have testified that
liy their use alone th^y have been restored
to health and strength after every other
means have proved unsuccessful
THE   OINTMENT
Will be found invaluable in every Household
in the cure of open Sores, Hani Tumor:-,
BAD LEGS, OLD WOUNDS, COUGHS,
Colds, Sore Throats, Bronchitis, antl all disorder of the Throat and Chest, as alsoGoitt,
Kheumatism, Scrofula, and every kind ot
Scin Diseases.
Manufactured ouly at Professor Ilolloway'i
Establishment, 78 New Oxford St. (late JM
Oxford St.), London, and sold at is. ij/d.,
IS. 9>1.. 4s. fid. us., 22,, and 33s. each Box
and Pot.
B*ri"EWAKf* OK AMERICAN COUNTERFEITS. Purchasers should look to the
Label on the Pot and Boxes. If the adjreis
is not S>3 Oxford Street, London, they are
sj-urioue. a THE   NANAIMO   COURIER,  TUESDAY,  JULY   9, 1889.
ESTIVE HYPNOTISM.
PERSONAL   GOSSIP.
iM    OF    HEALING    OF
T   UNLIMITED    SCOPE.
AL-
Emlnent Men Who navoStutl-
Subject—tVUlial. Ii  Is a Mystery
-•erpt from tin Article by n Skej»-
'.ysU'liin Wlio rnrest-lffateilt
iho explanation of these phenom*
e vanousBdentiflo treatises on tho
■ -ml theories are advanced tonc-
jretn—- theories differing materially
other niul yet agreeing ou somo
-joints,   Tho Nancy school has fol-
camplo oi* Braid, tho celebrated
■ surgeon,   who was tho lirst  to
a rational explanation of tho mes-
imlretl states.   Its disciples reject
of supernatural nml mystic toby deny tbo presence of a "majj-
!_■"' niul maintain llifit hypnotio ami
>p aro analogous.    Professor Bern*
8 instances iu which by speaking
\ t who had fallen into n natural
.produced hypnotic sleep without
li-hi'tunnd without nny visible sign of
fyject still slept peacefully; only his
L-jii como into communication with
iphysioian- "Then," a rentier may
■no emanation, somo magnetic or
rrent, must havo piu-.--.--d from one
J to tho other." Not so; 1 ho relation
l,-'fis such a relation as may at any
.1st between any two human bo-
sleeper obeyed tho doctor's voice—
iio ho heard it, and it was a voico
i had perhaps been accustomed to
J,-- ho followed tho doctor's gestures,
***-■' use his intensified sense of hearing
0 him tho faintest sound heard in
them, his sleep being light or lie
[,'>vements from botweeu his slightly
I lids.   A gesture made behind tho
J. so cautiously as to produco no
|' nado before, his eyes being kept
vs Dr. Bernhcim, ]iroduces no recover,
IT CONCERNING NATURAL BLEEP.
fault maintains that natural sleep
:'t of auto-suggestion.   We retire
[  n at tlio usual hour and mako tho
'Witions for tho night.   Wo put
j; lie down in our accustomed pose our eyes, try to compose our
All this  suggests  sleep,   which
•pomes,  unless it is kept away by
rnctiug influence.   Wo nro in n
\, perhaps, or wo feel somo bodily
ftff^. or an  agitating or  perplexing
J ters our mind and the slumber wo
■--■   lowoo is banishetl.    Auto-sugges-
ailed, just as medical suggestions
tho conditions are adverse
iLaulttells mo that ho has frequently
J1 mild suggestion  as a means of self
, suffering from some slight ailment,
Rm attack of neuralgia, hobos loin
I xl his eye on some bright objeot
1 to sleep for half un hour and
• from pain. A true hypnotic
thus  been   induced, and  he has
I; at tho suggested moment with the
I tako it, however, that his caso
■ •nni, and that tho curative sugges-
I'o effective, must generally bo sup-
,' notlier person.
mv Uernheim defines tho hypnotic
(. psychical condition in which tho
j influenced by suggestion to an tn-
figree.   In this stuto he is In relation
■ operator, whoso suggestions ho ac-
1 -obeys unquostioningly.   Tbeso sug-
':iay bo trivial and useless, or thoy
' nd iu treatment aro serious and beno-
.it whatever ho their naturo the pa-
E'tpd is for tho time being entirely
f arryiug them out, and if so directed
'.n tho body to effect chants of bene-
\ lency.    Thus somo morbid habit is
Mino controlled by* a conunand or
acting through tho imagination.
' is subject to periodical attacks of
# | uplaint—say asthma or neuralgia.
^>n has accepted tho morbid condi-
| <'h has becomo as much a habit as
• the morning or eating at regular
I* one is put into tho hypnotic sleep;
T' s closed against impressions except
^tionof tho operator; it strives to
suggestion, that tho pain shall uot
j. tho usual timo.   That timo arrives
(morbid habit tries to assert itself,
III bo somo uneasiness,  u transient
t of breathing in tho ono caso, a slight
J or  burning iu the other; but tho
■libit is weakened, and a fow repe-
T|tho treatment suffice to overcome
-es whero the complaint is of long
JUltie, of course, can bodono without
I .nee, us a complete change has to he
Nn tho constitution.
1 IT REMAINS A  MYSTERY.
till, though wo see and record such
re cannot tell Why or how a patient
miotic stato is influenced to his cure.
i theorize on this subject, but as yet it
<, mystery. Whether human intel-
reill ever compass it is doubtful,
^reat neurologists,    umong  others
'. Charcot, of Paris, aro at" work try-
■|l;e it clear.   In tho meant imo the
Treatment by suggestion accept it,
cept much thnt wo cannot under-
5 hands is vested thiB power? What
hind and body must its possessor bo
JWlth* With none that can be called
%n\. Magnetize™ nnd mesmerists
old that to obtain an influence over
J ts tho operator should bo in robust
R.3 tho process wos extremely ox-
I for both mind and body. They
L found it so, as thoy considered
1 ij to concentrate their overy faculty
f a subject; to strain tbeir will power
paost; to employ much muscular force
"passes." Tho Nancy school, bo*
Imt tho condition they produco is a
.iitlt of psychical and physiological
¥•'. that no special effort of will is retold dispense altogether with passes.
Ino physiological reason why the mail' peoplo should not possess tho power
y.ottzc, but thero ore tho strongest
i why that power should bo exercised
pproved persons and within strictly
JAltmlts.
I ,ntinentul   physicians who  practice
)%*an are wisely  careful to  protect
* j and their patients with such pre-
f as thoy would use in administering
Hies, nevor hypnotizing any patient
bis own free consent or that of his
.or legal guardian, and insisting ou
frd person being present—if possible n
relative of the patient.   Tho moro
1 and broad minded of them regard
fitment not as a universal specific, to
1 against all diseases and with all palo tlio exclusion of other means of heal-
\'\t rather as a valuable adjunct to theso
tain cases.   They choose uot to be inno-
\ s but Improvers—not to tako away but
I.; and they work with a firm conviction
rt should bo tho aim of medical science
I'f its exponents to press all  remedial
Isintothoserviceof humanity.—C. Llovd
V M. D , in Nineteenth Century.
Mr. Henry James is quite unwell In Lon-
ton.
O'Dcnovan Rossa has taken to writing
poetry
William Gladstone says he will never tit
tor another portrait.
William D. Howells will spend tbe summer
In tbe neighborhood of Boston.
King Charles, of Roumania^ Is one" or "tbe
most expert trout fishermen In Europe.
Boulanger's book appears to have fallen
flat and is already a drug In the market
Robert Browning recently refused $1,000
from a Boston publisher for a short poem*
Robert Louis Stevenson considers Henry
James tbe greatest of living American novelists.
Senator Sherman's estate at Mansfield, O.,
including stocks and other investments, is
estimated at 9100,000.
Ainu Arthur, eon of the lato president of
tlio United States, was "presented" at the
levee held by the Prince of Wales.
The Vanderbilts spend enormous sums on
furniture, bric-a-braa and artistic decorations, but comparatively little on jewelry.
It Is said that C. A. Dana's royalty of 12)£
per cent, on each volume sold of tbe American Cyclopaedia has yielded Mr. Dana over
WOO-OOtt
J.e Figaro, of Paris, announces the election of the younger M. Coquelln as president
of the Society for the Protection ot Beautiful
Cravats.
Henry Villard confirms the statement that
he is about to nuderLatce an expedition to tho
South Pola Dr. Neumayer, of Hamburg,
will co-operate with tiiin.
Mrs. Langtry now owns 5,000 acresof farm
land Iu Lake count}-, Cnl., and Mr. Frederick
Uebbardt ts credited with tlio possession of
8,000 acres more adjoini ug.
Bristol cathedral in England has just been
adorned with a largo whito marble medallion
and tablet In memory of tbo late Mr. Samuel
Morley, the eminent philanthropist
The sultan of Zanzibar has a German wife,'
and by a singular coincidence Germany obtains valuable concessions from bis majesty's
government denied to other powers. *
Mr. J. Seton Can-, the English explorer
and writer, has set out on a journey across
this continent by the way of the Mackenzie
river and the Hudson bay company's possessions. '
M. Daniel Wilson does not dare to enter
the chamber cf deputies, but he holds on to
his seat for Touraue and pockets the salary
attached thereto; and under the present law
there ls no way of getting rid of him.
Dr. A. li. Chaplu, tho venerable ex-president or Beloit college, who was recently
itrlcken with paralysis, was graduated at
Yale in 1837 and seven years later went to
Milwaukee, where ho was a Presbyterian
pnstor for twenty-four years.
The Duke of Westminster Is returned In
"liateman's Landowners in Great Britain" as
her majesty's richest subject; and the young
Viscount Bel grave, grandson of tbo duke, If
he lives to Inherit his patrimony, will, itls
stated, be the richest man hi the world.
President Diaz of Mexico is making an
honest effort to keep on friendly terms with
the United, Btates. The Mexican government has announced that It will punish with
death Interferences by its soldiers with
American citizens or American laws when
committed on their side of tho border.
Mr. Melville W. Fuller, who has been
nominated for chief justice of the United
States supreme court, ls reported to have
visited San Francisco recently in secret He
went there on business, and kept his identity
bidden from tbe publlo because he wished to
avoid being talked with by newspapermen.
The Duke of Sutherland has become so
impoverished by the agricultural depression
In England and Scotland that ho contemplates selling Stafford house, tbe wonderful
mansion which, when Queen Victoria entered, struck her as being so magnificent that
sbe said to the duko: "I came from my house
to your palace."
UGH!     AND   AJRY
TIib Monkey.
Now the poor, consumptive mookey ts UMKUgkly
thawed oul.
And gathers In  the   stisnei? oy abtuntn§ op a
spOUt;
['den sits upon the curMtooe sm-rerlng is tbe
cold.
While bin in-;!--:'!,   (toman (tidKier  grinds out •
chestnut oi<i
on. what a iau affliction io ue cnaiaed to a mine
That's lettfn* out    -Sweet  Violets" and  'Spring.
Geatle tiprin* '
it'-i oad enough to neurit  rails passing ou your
way
But mat poor  mouse? a-a* ii a tnousand timet) u
day
P-*d oo a sternly diet of "tJpntis ti-entJe Spring,"
I wonld uot olame tnat mousey tor doing any
thing
it ne'd kill tnat old Italian ttud mii* thin out tne
ranks.
I'M see nu got a peamon sod a nearly vote of
t hanta * Chicago News.
Summer  I.Hi* un the  HadSOD.
Lady Pair du ner summer villa on the
Hudson)—Perkins, tmvethe Pinkertonguards
bad their breakfast'
Perkins—Yes, madam, they are now cleaning aud reloading men Winchesters.
"Have thu night sentinels come in from
tbe parkf
"Tbey have, madam, and they report that
uo gangs of tramps have been seen since mid
night."
"Very well. Request the guards to form
ranks and be readv to -ireompauy ma 1
wish to walk a few moments lu tbe garden."—
Omaha Woi Id.     	
The Awakening,
Oh, not the utgnt and uot tbe storm.
And not the lightning's Ure;
But sunlight's torch, the kind, ths worm,
This, this awoke the lyre.
-Felicia Heniana.
Ob, not tbe flght, the foeniao's rout*
Tbe coolness under flm.
But going ont to Ush tor trout
This, tats awoke the liar
-Boston Courier
FIRST BANK   Columbia - Carriage - works
-l-STA HUSHED    IN-
City o Nanaimo
Hastings Street. East  of Carroll,
This exttoe've establishment has just opened.    A large and well selected stock or
Carriages,    J-Juggies,    Btickboads,
-.V1I.I. BE KKPTIN STOCK ANn MADE TO ORDER.
BANK    Ob'
HATJOt! CfUnVTsTfl H*VUM  >ccured   the   U;-.t  shoer  00  ll** Coast, thii d-*ijartin<-r-t will be mad*- a
llUniJlJ'WnUJjIllU,        lpScUlty<    VV«  nuarai-lce tu  prevent horses  froin   Interfering  or over-reaching
I.AMI:    IIOIISIS iltod arjd treated on the latest approved principles.
Ut-DADTUP Repairing In all its branches, aa well as l\tl ViiM-i, TMIHIYSIMJ, Kit'., done with
tflil fuUriu-      neatness and at Lioderai-i prices.    Light and Heavy VOKUHW8 of every destnptio n
! attended to.      VaLGvcryl department will receive tiie personal supervision of OUT M;. McNABE, an old e X*
' perlenced workman- wt!! -»n'' favorably known it- many parts of the Dominion.
A.  T.  MeNABB   «fe   Oo.
(IHCOSHIBATRU B\   RQV M. ItlAKTKH, ibo"1. |
I'AHITAI, •t,fiUO,OOir|
(WITH  PO-AhK  TO  IHCK8A3K.)
i:t   Oi m I
—ai  Cornhill,  ondori.     Branch
an Fianii-i
■u, Portlntidj vTu Victoiia, New
Wt tir-ii.-l
•r, \ ancouvcr, Nanaimn and
(Kamloops.
Au*-m« nml I'orrespondenisi
In  CanaUA—The Hank of Montreal and branches,
Unitbd States—Agents Bank of Montreal, 59 Wall
Strret- New Vorkl —Bank of Montreal, Chicago.
Uhitkp Kingdom—Bank of British Columbia, 28
Cornhill, London; National Provincial Bank of
F.nelnnd; North and South Wales Bank;
Hriri--.li   Linen   Company's   Bank;*
Hank of  Ireland
ndia, China* Japan- Australia, New  Zealand   Hour
Kong   Ond   Shanghai    Bank    Corporation-
Chartered  Bank of India, Australia and
China, English, Scottish and Australian Chartered  Hank,  Bank  of
Australasia ,   Commercial
Bank Co., of Sydney.
Mimro and South America—London Bank  0
Mexico and South America.
GARESCHE   GREEN & CO.,
:b a tvt ;rl ss ii s,
Government Street - - Victoria, B. C.
' leposita KeoeiTeJ in Gold, Silver and U. S. Currcucy.    I atprest pniil on ihe same
on limn depOHitft.
Gold liustiiiial V. ',A Ourrenov purclinsed nt bigheal market intes.
IW Sight Dniftti and Telegrftphio 'I'nuisfei-i or S41   Pranoifco, New Vmk nnd
Canada.
Hiebange ou trtiudou available in all pails of Europe.  l!*n-*lnud,  Ireland and
Scutliinil.
Letters of Credit issued on tbe pnuoipul Citi"s ol lb.- Umieal Slates. Canada aud
i'* tl rope.
0" Agents for  Wells,  Fargr 4c  Co. j~EI
BRITISH COLUMBIA STFiiVI BAKERY,
NESBITT, DICKSON & OO.. Proprietors,
TORT  STRHIBT, ABOVlt   DOUOL-^'
i Canadian vuA  mum oo
[LIMITED
TIME   TABLE   No.   ie.
TAKING-  FFECT FEBRUARY iet, 1M9.
BURRARD INLET ROUTE.
VICTORIA  TO Vancouver and   Moodyville  daily
except Monday, at 4 o'clock.
VANCOUVER TO Victoria, daily, except Monday,
at  I3,*i3 o'clock  or on tb*  arrival of th« C. r.
Railway Train.
PUGET SOUND ROUTE.
S.S. PREMIER will leave as follows:—Vancouver
a  p.m..   Mondays   and    Thursdays,    returning
leaves  Seattle  Wednesdays and  Saturday! at I
a.m., arriving in Vancouver about 6 p.m., this to
take effect Thursday, February otb.
NEW WESTMINSTER ROUTE.
Leaves VICTORIA for New Westminster, Ladner's
Landing and Lulu Island,  Sundays and Thttrs-
i days at 7 •'clock, Tuesdays at $ 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.
Steamen  for Hope and way ports leave New Westminster every Thursday:    For  Cbilliwback and
way landings every  'luesday  and  Saturday ai
7 a.m.
BARCLAY  SOUND  ROUTE.
-Steamer MAUDE  leaves  Victoria for Alberni and
Sound ports once a month.
NORTHERN     ROUTE.
Steamship Sardonyx will leave for Fort Simpson  and
intermediate ports on the First and  Fifteenth  of
each  month.    Whenever  sufficient    Inducement
offers will call at points on  the   West  Coast and
Queen Charlotte Islands.
!     The company reserves the riglit of changing this
Time Table at any time without notification.
G.A. CARLETON, JOHN IRVING,
Gen. Agent* Manager.
Nanaimo Land Office.
[ Telegiapblc Transfer* and Remittance.*; 10 nnd from j
all points can be made through thi** Bank at
current  rat-.s.
Looking   Out for Number On*.
Bobby (whose uncle has given bim a dollar1
—1 wish you would give tne a nfebel, Unclf
Jairies, Instead of a dollar ■
Undo Jamus {astonished)—But, Bobby, .1
dollar ls better than a nickel!
Bobby-That's the trouble; If It's a dollar,
pa 'U want It; If It's only a nickel. 1 can
have it.—The Epoch.
DAUGHTERS   OF   EVE.
Vy City has abolished its newsboys'
I It was found that tho boys used It for
|ig plnce, and that four-flftlis of its
" were boys who ran away from homo
1 uo real need for its conveniences.
fe. a FAIRBURN,
loot & Shoemaker,
II 'S IIRMOVI-I" T<>
ISTION    STREET
Next   Ililbeit'K   FuniUiu'B
Waiehoine.
"Kspairing ii ull kind. -,reui*.tly
..ruled te.
3»-V
Ross Terry Clarke has Issued ber Seconal
volume of poe*-is.
Mrs. Mnckay, who has been seriously 111 iu
London, has regained ber health.
Clara Louise Kellogg;, tha noted opera
linger, la a stockholder In a hotel In Philadelphia.
Louise Uiobel has written a play called
'Tbe Red Cock,*- which sbe recently read
tor tbe benefit of the accused anarchist*, in
Lyons.
Mrs. Greely, wifo of tbe Arotlo hero, Is a
graceful brunette,' and as Miss Nesmlth, of
new York, married Greely when he was a
lieutenant of tbe cavalry.
Mrs. Senator Palmer has set the pleasant
fashion at Washington of holding Sunday
•veiling parties, which are entertained with
sacred muslo by artists from church choirs.
Mrs. Betsey Torry, of Scituate, Mass., a
sprightly old lady of 80, who st HI enjoys the
best of health, has one claim to fame in tbat
she has often drunk from tbe original "Old
Oaken Bucket."
The queen of Spain recently, after the performance, called Sarah Bernhardt into the
box and gave her a bouquet tied in ribbon
aad secured by a splendid sapphire, mounted
avltb diamonds.
Baroness Alexandra Orlpenberg, delegate
from Finland to tbo International Council of
Women, has beet, receiving social attentions
In Boston. Thu tiaroness Is a handsome
woman of 20. Is a political writer of some
note, and condiicrsa magazine for children
In Finland
The princess regent or Krazll, who ls now
making a favorable Impression as administrator, ls 42 years old. She never signs her
full name, which is Isabella. Ohrlatuie-Leo-
poldlue, Augustine, Micnelll-Uabiielle, Kaph-
aelle, Uonxague, Princess Imperial of Brazil
and Countess D'Eu.
Tbo beautiful young Hessian princess wbo
has Just been married to I'rince Henry,ot
Prussia, Is known here and In England as
l'rluce-s Irene, but In Germany sbe is always
called Princess Ella. She Is tbe most popular
member of a rather unpopular family, but
her personal charms and worth would -make
her on idol anywhere.
Miss Augusta de Grasse Stevens, a young
American woman who has made for herself
a place tn London literary life, has retold, In
a volume issued by Ituskin's publisher, the
favorite thoory of sixty years ago In this
country, which Identified the Dauphin of tbe
Temple with Onwurenltuakli, an Iroquois
chief, wbo became known as Eleaser Will-
lams.
Queen Nathalie, of Servla, will rejoin her
husband In Belgrade early In July. There's
not tbe slightest truth in the stories which
bave been published us to King Milan having
received Information of the queen-, dabbling
iu political conspiracies. It is forgotten by
the authors of these silly minors that the
queen could uot plotagalust the king without
conspiring against her owu son.
To the Travelling Public
TICKET'S
 tfi   /i i     POINTS   ON   THK——
CANADIAN  PACIFIC RAIL'V
And ite roiiuectiosi may be hud   fro in
A. SHAW, Agent,   -   -   Nanaimo.
Ho couldn't   Refer to Her.
Newspaper* Humorist -sarcastically to hi4
best girl)— IVuple may sneer and laugh at my
special line of work, but lt brings Id the dol
lars just tho Eume.
Best Girl (reproachfully?—I hope* Charley
you don't include ma 1 never think of
laughing at your work.—New York Ban.
His Spring Suit-
Belinda, Belinda! for.charity's sake.
An end to my cardiac agoaj make.
Relieve my distress that i» keen and acute.
And say in a word what you think of my suit.
Augustus, Augustus! 1 regret that 1 must
Reduce the fond hopes of your heart Into dust.
And crumble your yearnings In ruin and wreck-
But your suit does not boast of a large enough
check.   -Judge.
About Barking dogs.
Tommy, being out walking with bis
mother, was much scared at a dog that
barked at bim.
"Why, you are a regular little coward.
Don't you know that the barking dog never
bltesf" said tho maternal ancestor.
"I know tbe barking dog never bites, but
bow do I know that the dog knows UP was
the tearful reply.—Texas Sittings.
Words and Their Osee.
Mrs. Squildlg— 1 suppose, Mrs. Snaggs,
that your daughter graduates this year
Wlien do the commencement exercises bo*
gin?
Mrs. Snaggs—Ye1), dear Jennie will be
through college next week. Dr. Firstly will
preach the tobaccalaureate sermon next Sun*
day.-—Pittsburg Chronicle.
riilloiophy.
This world ls but a fleeting show,
And no wise man regrets It,
For man wants little here below.
And generally be gets It.
-Somervllle Journal.
A Strulgtit Tip,
Young Lady tat the races)—Whattsmeant
by saying, Jack, "He looks tike a dead sure
winner!"
Jack—A hor.su that i-t apt to win the race,
Young Lady—How can one tell a horse
looks like that*
Jack—When you boo his nose under tlm
wire first.—New York Sim.
Piano   Tuning.
ORDERS  FOR TUNING  AND REPAIRING
pianos antl organs, if left at this office,  will be
attended to promptly. A. ANGEKMAN.
April 18—tf
LELAND    HOUSE,
PROUT     &    II-4SLEY,     Proprietors.
Stria:tly Pint-Class.    Acconaiiaoalatia)!. tot ft; Oliest*.
Convenient to Railway Station anai Steamship  Dock.
COR-gER OF "HASTINGS A GRANVILLE
STREETS.   VANCOUVER.   B.   C.
Arrowroot,
Assorted Jumbles,
Assorted Tingers,
Abernethy,
Cabin,
Coffee Cake,
Cheese Biscuits,
Currant Tops.
Olnger Snaps,
Oraham Wafers.
Olnger Cake,
Family Pilot.
Fancy Mixed.
Fruit Blser,
Iced Ginger Bread.
Iced Sultana.
Lemon Snaps.
Lemon Bls.cuit,
New York Simus.
Oat  Meal,
Pilo*.
Perkins.
Rich Mixed,
Soda Crack,'
Seed Biscuit.
Sugar Crackers,
Spice Jumbles.
Suyar Co^tales,
Sultana Biscuit,
Vanilla Cream.
Wine,
Etc., Eto.
HAWTHORNTHWAITE   4*   CO.
Prloe List Furnished. Orders „, omptly attended to.
or NESBITT, DICKSON tt CO.'S Biscuits.
Ask your o- --cer
BRITISH COLUMBIA
PROVINCIAL SECRETAR Y'H OFFICE
HIS HONOR the Lieutenant-Governor
has been pleased to make the fol-
lowii**- appointments:—
4th July, 1889.
George Christie Tusstall, Esquire,
Stipendiary Magistrate, to be Government Agent, Gold Commissioner, Assistant Commissioner of Lands and
Works, Registrar under the "Marriage
Acts," to receive applications for registration and record under the provisions of
the "Land Registry Acts," and a Court
of Revision and Appeal under the "Assessment Act," all for the West Kootenay District, and Collector of Votes for
the Far-veil Polling Division of the Electoral District of Kootenay, nice G. M.
Sproat.
Frederick Hussey, Esquire, Government Agent, Kamloops, to be Gold Commissioner for that portion of the Electoral
District of Yale which is situated to the
west of tlie I20th meridian, ami to the
north of the southern limit an" the Railway Belt, vice G, 0. Tunstall.
■Tohn Clapperton, of Nicola, Esquire,
.1. P., to be a Recorder under the "Min-
1 eral Act, Assessor anal Collector under
the "Assessment Act," and a Collector
under the "Provincial Revenue Tax Aot,"
for the Similkameen District, vice Arbni-
bald Irwin.
G.  W.   BIGGER
VICTORIA,   li. C.
—WIU, OIVE-—
jw 111171?   nnnrinn iirnc
FOR SALE.
NEWCASTLE  DISTRICT—Seven acres,
more or less, very good land, Millstream
running through, close to Coinox Road.
A desirable homestead, minerals included—
$1000.
Newcastle Townsite—Lot 68, Block 3
$225 Terms.
Lot 43, block 10, $500 cash.
Lot 8, block 13, $1800 terms. Splenetid
business site.
Lots ii and 12,block6—$1000.
Locations for residences and business sites
throughout the city.
Nine blot's in the Syndicate Addition ts
Port Angeles. Farms in all parts of he
Province. d
(LIMITEODi)
 o———
THOMAS ALLSOP.
IIENKV S. MASON,
CUYLEK A. HOLLAND
56 New
Broad St.
ai
DIHECTORS.
%he business of ALLSOP  di MASON has been merged tn   the
abort Company and tvill be carried on by tye Company from   this
aateat a General Land Investment and Insurance Agency.
MflMEV   Til   I flAkl °" <«--»KT©*«E  AT LOW  RATES.
lYIUIlL I    I U  LUAIl. T-M-rii Lots um-I Farmln-* Land* tat   ALEX- MAVI;1'
sale on easy terms.
NOTICE.
A.S THE UNDERSIGNED IS RETIR-
ing from business lie begs to notify
all persons indebted to liim to settle
their accounts on or before thc 30ali June
proximo. Accounts remaining unpaid
after that date will be placed in the
hands of an attorney for collection. All
persons to whom the undersigned is indebted are requested to hand in their
claims for payment, on or before the
above mentioned dates.
JAS. HARVEY.
Nanaimo, 19th April, '89.
RED   HOUSE.
MARCUS WOLFE;
Dr. J.   Collis   Browne';
CHLORODYNE.
PHYSICIANS
AVYMOND WALKEM, M.D..0.M,,
(Coroner for the Province of Brit-
■nn' ,,ijrr-,v a.       .„.„,.     ........... ish Columbia.)   Residence, East
THE ORIGINAL and ONLY UENUINE.   Wellington.      Telephone      connection
No. 28.
EvIala-n.-t'S a,t ''aa-ulus.
"Yes, several iiieiubei-s or our family have
won illustrious nnnies."
"Is that so!"
"One of my brothers distinguished himself
as an author and another tu a soldier."
"That's nothing I'liree of my brothers are
star players in "bnliest baseball club In ttse
country."—Lincoln Journal
tin Spooning,
He held her hand and tier tlnfrers pressed.
But he never spoke ot lore;
For he was a clerk, and ac her requasi
He was trylngoober glove.
--SaamervUIs Journal.
A Terrible Dlsuter.
Telegraphic Editor-Terrible accident
Twenty cars go through a bridge.
Managing Editor— (live it a triple head
and get tno souio points for an editorial. By
the way, what bridge was it*
Telegraph!*! Editor—A covered bridge.-
Tid Bits.	
Sottleil for a Moment.
"There,"eiclaiiuod an inexperienced young
woman at the Polo grounds, as Welch landed
ths ball in ths pit of ths batter's food de
partment, while tbe latter lay down and tore
up handful* of grass, "he baa bit bim at last
Does that win the gamer'—New York Bun
-1N-
rayon,Indian Inkor WaterColors
The BEST WORK on the Pacific
Coast at
NEW
YORK
PRICKS.
A Bad Habit.
Re loved ber once, or so ha (bought;
But now he stays away.
8ue could not possibly be taught
To Seep from saying, "Say r
-Detroit Free Press
A Meaty Conversation.
-■How do yon feell" asked tba Mutton ot
tbe Sausage Meat.
"All cut up," replied the Sausage Meat
"How are you this morningl"
"I feel quite chop fallen."—Tid Bits.
Slow ot Movement.
Quest (in restaurant, - Walter, Where's tha,
cheese I ordered f
Waiter—It's coming, sir, coming.
Quest—Well, 1 wish you would ask lt to
iiusry up.—Texas Sittings.
TENDERS,
Tenders are invited up to Thursday,
July 11th at 0:30 j>. m., for certain additions to the New Opera House now in
course of erection. Plans may be obtained from J. Mahrer. Lowest or any
tender not necessarily accepted.
TENDERS.
The Nanaimo Hospital Committee will
receive tenders until Monday, July 9th
at noon for alterations nnd additions to
the Nanaimo Hospital. Plans and specifications to be seen on application to Mr.
J. Pawson. The lowest or any tender
not, necessarily accepted.
DONALD SMITH,
Hon. .Secretary.
Globe : Hotel.
FRONT ST., NANAIMO
Good accommodations.    Fine view of
the   Bay.     Only   first-class   brands  of
Wines, Liquors and Cigars supplied,
jy'-tf      NICHOLSON & SCOTT, Props.
NOTICE,
Shoot
Now In suburban haunts
Once more beKltis the fun,
Where hens bnnaf up the planta
Much quicker Huso Uieeun
- Boston Courier.
ALL OVERDUE ACCOUNTS DUE TO
tho undersigned are requested to bo
paid, otherwise they will be handed
to a solicitor for collection.
J. II. PLEACE.
•Mej-A-NTXHXJ.
ANTED—A bedroom an- bedroom and
sitting room by 11 gentleman boarding in town. ' Must be qniet (no
children) and within ten minutes' walk
of Commercial street. Apply Cor*tn:tt
Office,
Advice to invalids—If you v \'h to untain
quiet refreshing sleep, free fr.jm headache,
relief from pain and anguish, to calm and
assuage the weary achings of protracted
disease, invigorate the nervous media, anal
regulate the circulating systems ofthe botly,
you will provide yourself wilh tnat marvell*
ous remedy discovered by Dr. J. Collis
Browne (late Army Medical Staff), to which
he gave the name of CHLORODYNE, and
which is admitted by the.profession to be the
most wonderful and valuable remedy evet
discovered.
CHLORODYNE is the best remedy
known for Coughs, Consumption, Bronchitis,
Asthma.
CHLORODYNE acts like a charm in
Diarrhcea, and is the only specific in Cholera
and Dysentery.
CHLORODYNE effectually cuts short all
attacks of Epilepsy, Hysteria, Palpitation
and Spasms.
CHLORODYNE is the only palliative in
Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Gout, Cancc.
Toothache, Meningitis, &- , tic.
From Symes A Co., Pharmaceutical
Chemists Medical Hall, Simla, lanuary 5th,
1880: To J. T. Davenport, Esq., 33 Great
Russell Street, Bloomsbury, London, Deal
Sir:—We embrace this opportunity of congratulating you upon the wide-spreati reputation this justly esteemed medicine, Dr. J.
Collis Jrowne's Chlorodyne, has earned fair
itself, not only in Hindostan, but all ovet
thc East. As a remedy of general utility,
we much question whether a better is imported into the country, and we shall be
glad to hear of its finding a place in every
Anglo-Indian home. The other brands, ave
are happy to say, are now relegated to the
native bazaars, and judging from their salct
wc fancy their sojurn there will be but
evanescent. We could multiply instances
] infinitum of thc extraordinary efficacy of
I Dr. Collis Browne's Chloroalync in Diarrhtv,
and 2nd Dysentery Spasms, Cramps,
Nciralgia, the Vomiting of Pregnancy, and
j as. general Sedative, that have occurred
unu-- our personal observation during many
years. In Choleraic Diarrhcea, and even if
the more terrible forms of Cholera itself, wc
have witnessed its controlling power. We
have never used -.ny other foim of this
medicine than Collis Browne's, from a firm
conviction that it is decidedly the best, and
also from a sense of duty we owe to the proj
fession and the public, as we a.rc ofthe
opinion tnat the substitution of any other
than Collis Browne's, is A DELIBERATE
BREACH OF FAITH ON THE PART
OF THE CHEMIST TO PRESCRIBE
AND PATIENT ALIKE. We are sir,
faithfully yours, Symes & Co., Members of
the Pharm. Society of Great Britain, His
Excellency the Viceroy's Chemists.
STEAMER SERVICE.
Botween Nanaimo,  Comox and   Victoria.)
Steamex Amelia.
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 Thurs-
,   day  7a.m.
Leaves \ ictoria for Nanaimo, Fn-
,    day  7A.M.
Leaves Nanaimo for Victoria,   and
all  way ports Saturday      7 a. m.
"Between  Nanaimo nnd   Vancouver.]
Sii'amek Rainbow.
Arrives _ at     Nanuim.j     Tuesdays—Leaves
Nanaimu Wednesday morning.
[Between Westminster,  Comox at Nanaimo.]
Steamer Robert Dunsmuir.
Ai rives iu   Nanaimo Wednesdays  and Sun
days—Leaves    Nanaimo   for   Comox
Thursdays—Leaves    Nanaima.   for
New  Westminster    Saturdays
.-md   Mondays,
Trains leave Nanaimo for Victoria.  0:04 a.m.
' Welling.
ton..     12:29 r. m.
" arrive in   " from Victoria   12:20 p.m.
 Welling-
ton       8:eS A. M.
On Saturdays an extra train leaves Nanaima. fair Victoria al 1 :$6 P. M, A train also
leaves Victoria fair Iwitiaimo, arriving here
at6155 P.M., and lef'-*e for Wellington al
10:15 r. m.
POSTAL SERVICE.
Alex. Mayer & Co.,
Wholesale anal Retail Dealers in General.
Merchandise
Orders   promptly   and   carefully delivered-
iSini'HNG SUPPLIED AND SHIPS IHS
BURSE D.
Commercial  Street,
Nanaimo, B.C.
NOTICE,
Han-wood I>alie, May 27th, 1889.
Strayed on to mv premises one iron
grey cow with a young calf. The owner
is requested to come and pay charges and
take awav the cow.
tf LOUIS STARK.
Wm. Blackmore,
Architect,   Etc.
0FFICE-422 CORDOVA STREET,
P. O. BOX nt.
VANCOUVER, B. B.
c. c. Mckenzie,
Land  Agent, Conveyancer, Accountant
and Insurance Agent.
j    Qvnctn—C, L. Smith's Huilding, Bastion Street,
: Nanaimo.
!     Town Lots and [".iniis f-»r Sale.    Money to Loan r ,
■ Mortgage at low ratee.
Agent for the OlaHgOW and London Fire Insnr
, Company.
Mails clove daily for  Victoria
and   way   stations	
"    .Arrive	
"    Close for Wellington...
"    For Comox, Alberni and
way stat ions every   Wednesday	
S a. M.
[2:20 A.
n.45 -v
7    Pa   M.
G, H. BLAKEWAY & 00.
IMPORTING AND DISPENSING
CHEMISTS AND DRUGGISTS.
The Nanaimo Pharmacy
COMMERCIAL   STREET,
Physician Prescriptions carefully cnmpmuirlea1
Country oralers promptly at I ended lo.
W.BREDEMEYER.D&PH.
Minttt) Engineer, United States md
Provincial Surveyor and Assayer, Vancouver, B. C.
LATE PARTNER OF J. M'VICKER SALT LAKE CITY.
Rrliabl* reports, underground surveys and mapi I ENGINEERS, IRON FOUNDERS AND
of mines executed at low rate*. Assays made tin all
IdiuU of Minerals <>ota nnd Sliver ban. lhtrty
year** experience in mining in Asia, Europe aad
United States of America. Speaks ten language!.
Assays from a distance promptlv attended to.
Addreis, Vancouver. B. C.
Albion Iron Works.
(LIMITED^
VICTORIA, B. C.
uoiler makers,
works:
on srnKif, niscnvEBV ANn ttBRAt-D&l
AU ouartz for assaying left with W. C
Hallack, Nanaimo, will be promptly forwarded to Dr. Bredemever.
Manufa-rtureri of Marine" »nli Land K lifM
1 Boiltri, Kish Canning and Mining .Vuclii.eTv,
i Hydraulic (Ha»r< and Pipe     REPA -RS tttntri
wiih dl-rp-ttch.   V'erVs runniag ni">t and dny
CAUTION.—Vice-CnanceUor Sir W.
Page Wood stated that Dr. J, Collis Browne
was, undoubtedly, the inventor uf Chloro*
dyne; that the story of the defendant, Frcv
man, was deliberately untrue, which, he
regretted to say, had heen sworn to —Se<
•■The Times, "July 13, 1884.
Sold in bottles at is. IKd., 2s. 9d., 4s.
6d., and lis. each. None is genuine without the words "Dr. J. Collis Brown-.':*
Chlorodyne" on the GoTernment statnp-
O.erwheinung medical testimony accom»
panics each bottle.
Caution—Beware of   Piracy^   and Imita*
: tins.
Sole Manufactures—J. T. Dayenport, 33
Gre.it Russell  Street,  Bloomsbury   London
OLD FLAG INN
COR. BASTION ANll SKINNEK
STREETS.
NAM A IM",    li. C.
.1.   •■:.   Jl:-VKI\N.        •       Proprietor.
NOTICE.
Messrs. Russell McDonald A Co., beg
to notify the public that tbey have disposed jf their branch store iii this oity.
The store will be closed after the lirst of
July and from now until that date we
will sell our stock at cost. All debts not
settled on or before June 30th, will be
sued for.
RUSSELL Mcdonald & c©.
gNauaime, B. C, June 1st, 1889.
1 me
Corporation of the City of
Nanaimo, fi. C.
Hy-Law to appoint a time and place f«r
hearing complaints against Real Kstate Assessments. Whereas by a by-law dated the
6th day of May, 1889. thc 13th day of May was
appointed for the return by the Assessor t«
the Municipal Council ofthe Real Estate Assessment Roll, for thc year 1889,
and, whereas the said roll was returned on
that day, and whereas it is necessary to appoint a time and place for hearing ihe complaints of such person or persons as may complain of his or their assessments, appearing on
the said roll.
Be it therefore enacted by thc Mayor and
Aldermen of thc city ol Nanaimo as  follows:
1. That all complaints that have been
duly made, or shall be duly made, by any
person or persons of his or their assessments
as the same may appear on the said assess
ment roll for thc year 1889. shall be heard at
the city council chamber, Nanainio, on Tuesday, the 18th day ofjune, 1S89, at the hour
of 10 o'clock in the forenoon and at 2 o'clock
in the afternoon, or as soon thereafter as thc
said complaints can be heard.
2. This by-law may be cited for all purposes as the appeal by-law,   1889.
Passed by thc Municipal Council this 3rd
day ofjune, 1S89, affirmed by the Municipal
Council this 10th day ofjune, 1889.
S. GOUGH, M.   BATE,
C. M.C. Mayor.
R. CRAIG,
General Blacksmith"* Carriage Builder.
street Brunt, lauiio, B. c.
With New rremises.  Modem Mmcbinen
CI-'
laebinery
le. of Wi
*l**ft   Workmen,   .11   Style, of W'lafoi
Caning** sand Buggies will be SniT'l
to  order.
so.* Firs
HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY.
ING DONE.
REPAIR ' t\
THE  NANAIMO COURIER, TUESDAY    JULY   9,  1889.
NANAIMO   :-: COURIER        °™ city fathers.
Tb.' regular weekly mce|ing oi the
Cily Council was held last night III tlie
Council Chambers
Present—His Worship Mayor Bate,
aiul Aldermen Nightingale. Hilbert,
Webb. Abrams, Baker and Mabrer.
The minutes ot the last meeting were
rraal an.l adopted.
a-».MMlNlt:\TII.\S.
A communication was read Irom A.
' Bullock, calling attention tai the disgrace-
ful manner in which the 'ins Company
SHIPPING   NEWS.
TUESDAY, .11*1.V II, 1880.
SULLIVAN-KILRAIN FIGET.
Continued from First Page.
isi-im-xis on run i-ki/.k ni.irr.
New Orleans. .loly 8.—The press accommodation ait the ring si,l»- were very
poor, consisting of a bench with a hoard
in front of it, and on a level with  the
Cosmopolitan  Market,
Coramercial Street. Naualm*. B.C.
oxtxvnjstxaaXaXj.
Tha- gteamer Southern California is,
loading coal for Bon Francisco, she will i
sail about noun to-day. j -m
The ship Ivy is loading coal  tor Sim
I'railcisa'O.
.n.       , ■ . —ALWAYS—
lhe ship Oregon is waiting her turn l<>'
load coal tor Ban Francisco. A   CHOICE   ASSORTMENT
The ship Ericson anal bark J. H. Peters ..fJtiikJi-i.skst
sailed yesterday from Ban   Kranciaco tn M EATg   AND   VEGETABLES
load coal here.
Esouimalt  & Nanaimn
Railway.
TIME    CARD    NO     10.
TO TAKE EFFECT AT 8:.. A. M.|,ON SAT-
URDAY, MARCH ptb. .88 , TRAINS
RUN 0N.PACIFIC1STANDAR
For Shirts,
Pants,
Scarfs, Ties, Collars, Etc.,
-TO-
h   he   was a slum
mpany be though!
and tin-
All tlie Beats were neatly arranged treated the ratepayers of the city, ami
aii being on a level and the people in the
rear being unable to sec over tin- Ik-.-kIb
of those in front. Outside of th.' crowd
waB a fringe of country people who bad
come in on wagons to see the light. The
surrounding trees were filled with small
hoys. An amateur photographer mount-
■Ron a ladder and took views of the fight.
The snn was boiling hot before the light Council
began and spectators were terribly mi- A communication was read irom the
comfortabte. There were aliout' 8000 Auditor's oflice, calling attention to tin-
present. Two colored men made a small Public School teachers' salaries which
fortune by peddling water at 6 cents a amounUo $2,880, ol which $000 is doe.
■     ■ A previous amount of $000 ia still unpaid.
Aid. Abrams—1  move that  Ihe coni-
saying   that alt I
holder in the said
the matter needed looking inl
necessary light procured,
Communication received and Bled.
Aid. Baker —Several persons have complained to mo on the same subject and 1
total tbem ail tu refer the matter to the
glass and sandwli be
The limiteil quantity of
brought -'-"i cents a glass
•lition was the subject
t   fancy   prices,
beet obtainable
Kilrain's  con-
'i  universal  and
U ri.UNIJTOX.
The -hip tilory of the Seas will sail t,i-
day with n cargo of eoal for San Francisco.
The ship Kenneli.'.' is loading .'"a! for
San Francisco.
The ship * 'ommodori- is discharging
ballast preparatory i.* loadingcoai tor Han
Francisco.
The steamer Wellington is due I" load
coal for San Francisco.
BAST  WBM.INOTOX.
The hark Uundalecr is loading eoal for
San Francisco.
IK Till:  MARKlaT.
Free Deliveerv to All Parts of the Citw.
Photographs! Photographs!!
The undersigned is prepared to take
Urst-cluss Cabinet Photos for (-8.00 per
dozen. S'Icwb of residences and all kinds
rn' viewing at reduced prices. And to
keep money from going lo otlier eities
will take payment in trade from nny
liiisiui'HS man In Ihe eity.
.loilN SAMPSON.
Photo Artist,
X.   L.
BROWNE   Ss   CO.,
8aOao  «
. '"* •* "
e-ao a~    '
VICTORIA   OBESOENT,   NANAIMO.
A   l.srf.  Hell-Clio,,  of   tieutS*  illltl   Bars'   K,lr„isl,lnHs.
"flood Value at Lowest Cash Prices!
»»
yes* Mock.
i
':'■ til
surprised comment from the start. II
was sallow and unshaven, and looked
tired and nervous. His chest was narrow and his whole physique compared
badly with Sullivan's. It is asserted
that he weighed 105 and Sullivan 205, but
there seemed at least 25 pounds difference
between them.
latl.RAIN TRIES ro UNO RXCI st:.-.
New Orleaus. July 8.—Both Kilrain
and Sullivan with their friends returned
lo this eity lata' this afternoon. Kilrain
seemed pretty well usi'd
greatly dejected over liis
claims thai lie was not in good condition
and lhat he was not properly trained.
He also Intimates that lie was drugged.
Charlie Mitchell is also much chagrined
at Kilrain's defeat.
iniinicatlon be received and the Auditor
notified that the Council object to pay lhe
salaries.
Aid. Baker—Seconded Ihi' motion.
.Mution carried.
The Mayor—Tlie time may come when
the eitv will want some more teachers.
I'K'iai   V.'NeolVlall.
The steamer 1!. Dunsmuir arrived from      \ ^.
Vancouver last  nighl  witb freight audi Hotel
the following passengers:   Miss Si. Van;
WANTED,
■as at once*.    Apply
li.-lii
mnn
If
', '.  -; i **" O o mCC ao  &a.t|n
.J *   O q an m tt - w-, * 4 11
'jl. HMSflSNO~Od
£.<&
'OUMI'lTEKB.
report—The w ork-
itp.  and  is j pari of the
lefeai.     lie  Mr. Baker's
Ilk l'l HIT  ail   a
street Committee
men have been engaged grading ami
widening Mill Street, and removing
stumps and grading Stewart Street on
Newcastle townsite. All work is near
completion 1'xcepting the rebuilding of a
lone wall on Mill Streel.
gang is employed cutting
ilitches and grading on Irving Street.
Thoy have also placed a crossing ou Far-
qnliar Street across Irving Slreet. Com-
munia-ation received and filed,
Houten. Miss Lewis. Mi
Home, Mrs Cliesley. II Roe
erson, \V Armstrong and M Manson.
Consignees: Hev. W. liner, 12 Planta,
Victoria Lumber Co, Haslem at Lees, a
If Johnston at: Co, E Huti'lierson, ,1 WII
son. .1 Sehl. J lloskins, N E P
Kemp MfgCo, A Mayer at t'o. 0.1 11
Ing (Texada),.I McPhee (Coinox).
EHuu&nNaas River Oolachan
THIf
•MASON'S CATCH IN KITS
ti 50 lbs. Kegs & Barrels
■ 5 ^1 a tt ™ •  • ■ • *■*■• ■ 'i
1 3 'Ti « *-' m 9 -c •*" '» £ fi 6 i
£•0 Ml 11 ill
•BrHfiSallJJJ!
.^'2o 5S£*.a*£*'•:
FOSTER BROS.,
HOUSE, -:- SIGN
A N D-
It' you want a cheap stove go to .1. II.
Pleace, lie has a tine stock nl allprices.
00M0X*NEWS.
Delivered to all pails nf the Cily  froi
GEO. CAVALSKEY,
L00AL AND GENERAL.
SANITARY   COMMIT""*"!! s    UBI'
1 Ward—Inspectors, Aid. Webb,
SI'ECtAI,
Mid. I
(i. II. Blakeway and J.. Jeffreys. The
Inspectors' reported tliat they bail visited
194 bouses. Hit of which had back house,
wells, etc., in good order. The Public
Bj,e [ Schoolbotises were in good order, but
they recommended the liberal tiseofdis-
,
'I'll,- liitrlMk  Mill   %teri,„,k«i.
Vesterday morning wlien the Islander
siglited the Karluk 011 the sandhead*
was still  aground and   the   Kithet   was,.   . .,,   ..... .   ,
lightering her of her eoal. Capt. Kudlin I tofectailts. I . Hirst fI p g was quoted as
thought tliat there would be no difficulty ;' nuisance. Hie City Hall closet required
in taking hor off when lightened and that  l9?kinB -»ftf* ,*"", ,l"-1 wash-houses in the
she would sustain little or no damage, city, were  ad order, 111 front of the
baler news is to the effect that thc Vosa- 1 wash-house ol Mow Wow. a pool of
mite had toiled to haul her off the sand-: ">!''.'' water was standing. Iha- loni-
hen.ls and, with a falling tide, had given "Ji-tee called attention to the state of
it up and returned to Victoria. The ,!-'"nmereia! Inlet from the bqathonses to
Yosemite will tn* again to-day. The j }i etf B store on the Long Bridge, which
Karluk is a San Francisco liont and had ."« "imply disgraceful, lhe part 01 the
gone ashore in thethiek weather. There j Inlet ahull ing on V Ictoria Crescent was
was no pilot aboard and the captain was!/' little better than tbe other, hut not
probably not acquainted with the coast.
— Xeus-Adeniisee.
The
prico
>.'reat sale of
till continues
dry goods al cost
at Arthur Bullock's.
il..., 1,nu <lhall«U|[«.
The Terminal Baseball Club of Vancouver, has issued a challenge to the Nanaimo Nine, whieh In nil probability will be
accepted, We should bo very glaal to see
a friendly game played between these
teams aud particularly to see Nanaimo
win. The Nannimo Nine have picked up
wonderfully In their playing lately, and
beiore long will bo able ti
the Victoria buys 11 hard rub.
match will probably be played
COUVer and the return match wii
ease, lie played ill Nanainio.
some ol
Tlie lirsl
n  Van-
. in that
tli!   There.  Yt In, 1   Is Tints'*
One of the Vancouver photograph's
company tins broken away from his religious training. Photographs at tf"
dozen at Mr. Sampson's. Well. vi
sec. Very cheap indeed, but 1 can tell
you n photographer can live at thai
price, however I will follow suit. I will
have my share or burst in the attempt.
If yon want good work call at mv gallery
and see, for I am the only practical Photographer in Ibis city. W. P, Coughlan
opposite Windsor Hotel, Nanaimo.
TiirKurluk Agrouiid.
Thc steamer Karluk,whicli is unround at
the mouth of the Fraser River, is in a
verv precarious condition it' heavv winds
should rise. The steamers Hithel and
Voseinite, wlio went to her assistance,
have lieen unable lo tow her off. und Ibe I
Inletn
the otlier. hut
much. Such deposits o( fitfth as exist in I
I the Inlet must be detrimental to public
; health.    The swamp  on   Milton Street
ought to be tilled in.    Two drains empty
into the street, one from li Brown's and
the other from J. Harvey's residence.
The Committee discovered two cases of
measles and whooping cough in abun-}
j dance, also some diphtheria.
North Ward.—Inspectors lb Stevenson
and A. Haslem. M. P. P,
The   city   hospital  closets are  in the;
worst imaginable state. The Committee
recommended lhc use of heavy galvanized iron buckets being made compulsory
and noticed that where there had been ;
lhe most neglect of sunitary measures
there was tbe greatest sickness.
A  drain  was needed [nun   the   Occidental Hotel to the ravine.
Aid. Abrams—J move that   the City
Clerk notify  the  persons mentioned  to I
abate   the   nuisances  at  once.   Jllotinn
carried,
f     Aid. Hilhert was   in   t'avor  of  tuakiii-*
J"'!' I the adoption of earth closets compulsory
(From tiur Own Correspondent.)
Mr. "iiimicii li.'iire* Irom Teaching
Mr.   John   Munilell, well-known ns :
teacher  throughout  the  Province, and
w ho, for the  lasl three years has lieen
over the Comox Central school, has re-l
signed and  retired   from the profession, j
Mr. Munilell hegan to leach in Ontario ill' | Se
18(11. ami with verv slight  intermission]
has kept it up till tlie present time, bav-     jf yon
ing taught longer  in   British   Columbia
than any oilier teacher.
Friday, the -8th alt., was Ids last day
in that school. Alter distribution ol tlie
prizes by tbe Kev. Mr. Fraser, a farewell
address was read by one of tbe pupils, all
present being visibly affected, ami some
nf the children quite breaking down
Of M    	
of   his  st
larger communities than this are witnesses; so we need only sny tbat il was
With great regret that tin- trustees parted
from him, It is however n cause of satisfaction to them and to the people of
Comox to khow, tbat although they lose
his public services, yet his useful anal
respected life will still he spent aiming
tbem, Sui'li men ns he are a power for
good wherever they dwell.
i Bullock's Brick Block, Victor
.Mav It- 1 mo
I I 'rescelll. I
" tit
L rt r.
-u e
*" 2
TOM BELL
?
I the   Lowest   Prices io Town.
will   liny of Ma   You  avill "all Y0UK     !
Mauleys'  Worth,
FRUIT.   VEGETABLES.   TOBACCO.
„rt \Z a i tnrn f - O
* SoSl .1 J. -i .i .".
tn tn rn -»■ tr, -r- v-i if-, in ti-yo r-      r*.
• S 31 O -T *4 O <£ 09 "ir-.fi noo o Ot
01 fi S IK  N  MM uiO M  rn ■** tr. h f I N
* g 5 oo °o 00 cf> cf- d d 0 0 d m ci n
[ Paper Hanging, Kalsomining, Interior Decorations, Etc., Done al
Reasonable Rates.    Post Office Box 176.
1 lVanaimo,
IDELMONIOO    RESTAURANT
<&..<
CIOARS
Ihe Mutual Life Insurance:
CO.
ON SATIKIIAYK AMI SI.MIAVS.
Muiulell's abilities as a teacher. I M m mw mmm ,| lowes* flimni Towl, I j•.?.Xl«^go^tor^^1lliy-iw!l, "' "°i'"S
eadfast.  painstaking  industry,; Return tickets for one and t hulf ordinary furs oioy
l,e ptitcbaisd dailv to all points, good for three ila>s
Including tlie alay of issue.
No relnrn tia:kets  iisiieal   for a single fiars when
Bticll fare is ?5 cents.
Throughratubetween VIctortsand Comox,
.     i,   *s - 1 s is - t .-, . . . 1 - R- I't'NS.MHIR, President!
OF   N h.W     1   <>I"i!lv.      ; 8JOS. HUNTER, General Superintendent!
I>. K. PRIOR, General Kreijla ami Passenger
l'l,.' I.iii'gest 1 ompaiii in tlie World. ! Aden!,
Oliurob Sti-eet,  3ST**-ci«,i-rKio,
H.
t. O.
DEMPSEY,     Proprietor.
IIS
RESTAURANT   HAS   BEEN  RECENTLY
FIRST-CLASS STYLE.
anil said he. hadn't noticed one a'ase of
sickness where the earth closet was used.
Thev had to bo emptied.
Aid. lllabrer,—Tlierc appears lo be a
great deal of sickness in the ravine. All
the people living tliere use well water.
The Mayor though! that a very good
move had been made in the right dtrcc-
Uon. Tliere is a fearful smell under the
Bastion Street I'riilgc.
Aid. Webb—Wolfe's drain empties
there and is very offensive.
The Mayor—11 things go ou in this
way the ravine will he a mass of tilth.
The Revenue By-law then passed its
second reading.
The Contagious Disease By-law passed
ltithet is now   engaged   unloading   the I '<* 1-jr,st,'t?ft?-n8- , ,    ,      , ,     „
Karluk's cargo of coal. She mav get oil' i Alt}. Ililberl wished to know why Mr.
to-night. The Yosemite broke two haw- i Rowbottom haal not been inrinsbed with
Bers whllo attempting tb fow lhe Karluk
lli'lltlt «.!   Jul,,,   \,rr,|,,i,,.
(ine of the most prominent men in the
Northwest passed away when John Nor-
quay, M.P.I'., died lasl Saturday. Mr.
Noripiay was horn ill Manitoba, III 1841,
and entered tho local house in into in the
Conservative Interest. lib was 1, half-
breed, snal as sui'li during the Bed River
rebellion of 1870 secured the confidence
of the half-breeals as well as the authorities, Ilis death will bo a great loss lo
the Conservative parly, as his Indomitable energy and cnterpriso contributed
considerably to making;! hat party popular
In Manitoba.
-A.
'I'll,'}   Bucked Tltflr Opinions.
The Sullivan-Kilrain light led to many
heated altercations on tlie street but tbe
two men who argued on lhe respective
merits of the late Tom Savers and John
I.. Sullivan were evidently in earnest, as
they fought nn the subjeei. The believer
ill Savers,being the bigger man. knocked
bis opponent down and then sal on his
heaal anal despite receiving a hite   in  tha*
fleshy portion of his anatomy compelled
his adversary In turn both to literally
bile ttie alusl ami also In acknowledge
lhal Savers was boss.
Assets, $120,000,000. I
Receipts for Year 1888 ,$26,000,000
Paid  Policy Holders,  1888, 1X4,000,000. |
fieneral Solicitor, .Tosi'cii Hi-in,
FITTED UP   IN
SUITE, CAN BR HAD AT
1'*..
GOOI) SAMPLE  ROOMS  IN CONNECTION.
FURNISHED ROOMS, SINGLE OK IN
ANY TIME
Head   Olliee   for
lll'ISTI'IIM AN at Co.,
Victoria, B.C.
British
0. 8, llu
Columbia
Hon sireel
CANADIAN PACIFIC
Railway !|
CALDWELL & LEWIS,,
Transcontinental Route
COAL!
T XX X41  T*TX*H-%r\r
-Till'.-
Fashionable : TailorsPacific
I1RTWKBN  TUt
and : the :
Its
CALDWELL & LEWIS.
St.
aplj-1111
Paul's :
Nni
Church
off the sand-heads.
New flannel boating and cricket shirts
and  coats just received at tlie Box slore.
Victoria Crescent.
Ti
Thr   l.n. Iii,  tu Hi' Mold.
satisfy tbe claims of the mortgagee.
lhe steamer Amelia will, at noon on Tues-1
day, July 16th, he disposed of at  public
auction by Mr. \V. I.. Clarke, at his salesroom on Wharf street. The Bteamer now I
lies in the upper harbor, Where she was j everything iti once
anchored shortly after the breakage of     ^,1   Nightingale—Mr
the survey  lines of his  properly.    Mr
ilevland required lo be authorized to do I
Hie work bv lhe Council.
Aid. Nightingale—He says there are
two feet ihori on his lot. We ought to [
be very careful what we do iii the matter ana onlv give the streel lines. The
affair is rather complicated, and I don't
think there is the lull width of the slreet i
there.
Ad, Baker—Mr. Heyland was requested lo gi/ie bim the street lines.
Aid. Mahrer I hough! that Mr. Heyland \
waa so busy that lie could not attend to
\t nlklug; II,,'   liiflit   Iio,..
Tha* Davison Bros,  gi
tertaining exhibitions
yesterday.   They full,
reputations as being lirsl  ilass anal
hope   Ihey   will   visit   Nnnaimo   in th
SUMMER FETE
£;£2£ffi:Raspberry": Festival
Vancouver Coal Mining
Atlantic ! 4ND   LAND   CO.   (LIMITED.)
wo-id^S^ WELL-KNOWN   NANAImTInD SOUTHFIELD   STEAM,
Cars having Drawing, Smoking and Bath GAS,    AND    HOUSE    COALS    ARE   MINED   ONLY    BY
Room.) Comfortable and   Clean   Colonist THIS   COMPANY,  AT   TUF.TR ESPLANADE AND
c.   Cars, with  Tree Sleeping  Hcrtlis for holdeis	
1 ol second-class  lick-Is;   an.l   most  modern SOUTH  FIELD COLLERIES,   NEAR     THK
PORT   OF   NANAIMO.
ANn HOTELSII OCEAN  STKAMKRS AND THE   LARGEST DEEP-SEA VESSELS
LOAD  AT THE  GOMPANY'S   WHARVES  AT  ALL
STATES OK THF. TIDE AND RECEIVE
PROMPT   DISPATCH.
style of alay coaches.
ITS    DINING    CARS
her walking-beam unfitted tier for
vice.
••-
Seattle Krdiiisu*.
The Pott-liitelllgencer slates that tbe
new brick blocks that are aboul to Inbuilt will aggregate a cost of $6,000,000.
which it adds is live limes the cost Ol all
Ihe bricks thai Here burned down. Il is
evident, therefore, that the estimate of
Seattle's loss by lire was somewhat exaggerated when placed al $28,000,000.
••• -
Deiillslry.
Or. Hartnian, the prominent dentist
01 Victoria will be in Wellington, July
16th, and will stay al Wellington fnr one
day only. lie will be ready to perform
aliopperations In dentistry, lie will lie
in Nanaimo on the I lit 11 ami 17!h al his
old room 11! the Uoyal Hotel, wishing
his patients to bo on time. t
Have you called nt the Box *T. I..
Brown A Co.)? If not it will be Worth
vour while to do so for gentlemen's and
boys' gooats.
—   .«,.    —
I -.ess- Ritllroiid.
A public meeting is lo be held in The
Victoria on Thursday evening next, ta'i
take into considerotion the necessity anal
advisability of constructing tho Vicioria,
Saanich and New Westminster Railway
at tbe earliest possible date. Mayor
Grant will presiale.
ileylaiial    1. .1.1
ibai he did nst know where the ex-j
Ira two feet would come in.
The City Clerk was instructed to notify
Mr. Heyland  lo supply Mr. Rowbottoni ',
with the al root lines and grades.
Aid. Webb—Ik there any bye-laW8 Iii 1
prevent cattle roaming on Hie streets'.'
The Mayor—We  have no bye-laws er '■
cattle roaming at large on the streets.    If 1
we had we should  need 11 pound and a
pi.unilkeeper.
Aid. Abrams—Is tliere any by-law In
allow sailor- ami  klootchman   to   run al
large.    They keep
racket'.'
The Mayor dldn'
Aid. Abrams—Si
awake with  their
think so.
ales'   goats ure still nl
ftiluri'.    The   brother who  went around   ££,
with the hat is undoubtedly a rustler, as
we saw him successfully tackle a Chinaman for coin.    A man who can do lhal is
bound (0 succeed in life.
I'lti'i'slrra'   llr-l nil,,,.
Arrangements have been made for a
grand re-union of Foresters at Victoria
on Augusi 8rd, Thc re-union will he
belli on the Caledonian Society'sgrounds,
anal au extensive programme of sports.
Including archery, has been arranged,
There will be a dance in lhe evening ami
and a grand lime is anticipated throughout the day.
Cricket.
There will be a practice on the ground
ul lhe N.!'.('. lo-day beginning it! three
o'clock p. in. sharp.   It ifl hoped as many
will attend as can conveniently do so.
-*-
Coiitrurt Awiirded.
Messrs. It. 'Canyon and 3. Michael
have been awarded the contract for Ihe
Nnnaimo Hospital.   They Mdll siarl work
III   in 'O.
....
''IflV,',..
Spencer a". Perkins arc again to lhe
front witli n   splendid  supply  of  eloves
I provide tlie best quality of food in unlimited
loooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo  quantity nl reasonable rates.
= I THK VARIETY AND GRANDEUR   01
SCENERY
alaine, ils line is unequalled, and in lhe ale-
tails of track, train service, etc., nothing is
omilteii that can add lo the Safety and Cora-
lor! of ils patrons, All in all, it gives the
best and most serviceable line of travel,
whether for business or pleasure, between
: Portland, Tacoma, Seattle, Victoria, and all
1    '" ' " "*• I Pacific Coast roints, and Winnipeg, Minne-
THE OtflEEN
Hilbert—II. Cooper had (our ol
impounded in bis yard the other
I'rolltBl.l.  Iln-a In. 11 •
Tke receipts al the baseball match yesterday amounted to $220.60. Of this sum      ,	
the Kamloops team was paid tfOo, and done on Commercial str
the Caledonian Society 26 per eenl. of the | Orescent for a long time
Aid. Nightingale—That will hnvi
large.
Aid
them
alay.
Aid. Ililberl—Has ihe communication
irom .1. Stewart, in the matter of the1
drain in front of his door, been received?
The matter will be attended tn by the
Special Sanitary Committee.
Aid. Nightingale—As lhe corporation
work, at present in hand, is drawing to a i
close, I move lhal tbey work next on tbe
Esplanade.
Motion carried Unanimously, the Alderman •baking hands with each other in I
their satisfaction.
Aid. Nightingale moved that a siilcwnlk
be laid down on Halliburton street, from
Needham  street to the Dew Drop Inn, ,
which would  be a greal convenience to
Mr. Roe, a butcher, on Halliburton street.
Motion carried.
Aid. Webb said tbat no work had been
1 anil Victoria
ami Indies necessaries!.
<J*»     -n«     -T- ■  ■ ■  ixa-w^a-a)
Short Bridge, Victoria Crescent, Nanaimo, B.C.
Importer :m<! Peltier in nil Kinds ol
Builders'  Hardware   and   Carpenters'  Tools,
J J lapolis, St. Paul, Chicago, St.I.ouis, Ottawa,
I Toronto, Montreal, Boston, New Vork anal
. aii Eastern Cities.
Tuesday Evening, July 16th  THROUGH   TICKETS
.e      ',- ax.      / ,  -ar.,- iare   lssuct'  l0 "dl  principal  points  in   the
Al Sl.\ I'.N   O'CLOCK. UniledStates,  Canada  and Europe,   ai lhe
Music,    Dancing,   Fireworks,   Ktc.   Lowest Rates.
 ,.   ■ —   ROp,T>  IRVINO,   Freight  anal   Passenger
o')0"aioaii)ooaa*ooaooooooooooooooooooo-ioooo Agent, Gov!. St., Victoria.
""*,„,,,,"7^"*/;    7T~.       -~"T        "   ~-"T   ~~.   A, E. PLANTA, Ticket Agent, Nanaimo.
,   "V U'-r^-Vr"'0'„',° r\\?^ <»*» ™a>'  1). E. BROWN, D. F. and Passenger Agenl.
be iilitnineil   nom tlie Churchwardens,:       y.,„^n.,..A &
W. II.s. Perkins and G. H. Blakeway, Z! M "'	
nud from thi'Ladies of the Congregation. mm ss*   I T\T ""Pi
EXELS10R MARKET Cigar:-: Hannfacturer.
Opposite llnllnn Hotel, Haliburton Street       "*r\ i' C\t
R H.ROWE,Prop.    -D^StlOIl   ibl.,
Co.i-ta.illv  and n full assortmert of  NANAIMO,      B.   C.
Choice Meat & Vevetables;Enc -gj^ lndugtr |
\i.....        i..i: I     I..     ..11      .'    ll.,.    into : *-* ,,, **
Smoke the celebrated "Nanaimo Enterprise" cigar.
This is Hilbert's "ad" and Don't
You Forget It.
VANCOUVER FURNITURE WAREHOUSE STILI,  AT THE FRONT.
(londs sold uu the installment plan.   Wo carry a full line of House Furnishing
(Ioods, Linoleums, Carpels and Parlor Hod room Suits, made to order in
style, color or pattern.   We keep the largest stock of AVnll Paper
of any House in the city.   All our Upholstering done on
the premises.   Cb'ililrens' Carriages, Crockerv,
Olaiieware, China Klectro-plated ware
Table Cutlery.
Meat  delivered lo
I'ree ol
nil   pun
charge.
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done as soon as possible.
Tbe meeting then adjourned.
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PEiSONAL.
total.   The balance goes to the Amities I    Aid. Nightingale—Thai will hnve lo be
after paying expenses.
 .«,— -
l.arsre I'onwltflim, lit ol l*«»svrier.
The    steamer    Dun imuii'    vesterday
brought over KKK) kegi of Black Powder
tor the Vancouver Coi i Co.    It won't be
Very long before Nanaimo will be export-;    .1. Uryden. Manager of the  Wellington ,
ing instead of importing powder. Collieries, accompanied bv his wife, left
■ ■■«,■    — fnr Victoria yesterday.
Quick Trip. Mrs.  Gordon and Miss (lorilon, went
The Htwtmcr City of Pueblo arrived in I to Victoria yestertlay.
Vancouver  vesterdav,  live   and  a-half- \    C. S. Bradfonl and .T. Sntlle returned j
hours from "Port Townsend.    She  will j to Victoria yesterday.
probably come to Nannimo to eoal. P. JamieBon, Proprietor of tlie Poodle
i Dog restaurant, returned yesterday.
Lace curtains at co»! price. Boys'
suits at cost. Carpets at cost at Arthur
Bullock's.
M. Wolfe, of the firm oi Mayer A Co.,
and Captain Collister, returned to this
city yesterday, |
Table and Pocket Cutlery, Stoves,
Ranges  and  Parlor  Orates,
Coal Oil, Table Lumps
and  Fittings,
PAINTS - ASSORTED   COLORS.
White
Load, Shot (inns,
liilles und Cartridges.
Hope,  Etc.,  lite.
ALL KINDS OF  WALL PAPER,
House Furnishing <Ioods of all Kinds
Terra Cotta Chimney Flues.
"iS-..    A full assorliuenl   on   hand  nt   I lie
lowest market rales.
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Best in the Market
I'lieoinnse home industry.
Ap 2-1
iTA-tarxeia X^eXYiro-y
IMPOHTP.R OK
ENGLISH ami CANADIAN'MKKCHAN
DISK.
Commercial Street, Nanaimo',  it. C.
Alil'.NT   FOB  THF,|GKNIJINK   SI.NGKlt   SFAVING   MAOHTNU.
| Parties wishing a general outfit of Furniture will do well by examining my stock
liefc.ro buying elsewhere. Also the best equipped undertaking establishment
this side of San Francisco, nnd the only embabner in Ihe city. Note tbe
address nntl don't yon force! it. '    «
Bastion, Front and Wharf Streets, Nanaimo.
J0?N B(?ID' !J- Hiltert,     -    -    Pw-prietor.
Wholesale  aad   Retail —
i WINE AND TEA MERCHANT.
Yates_Street   Victoria    B.   C.
■Flie  Stea-axer      ^
R. DUNSMUIR s.ov«s
Leaves Vancouver for Nanaimo on Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays at 2:16 i
p.m., on the arrival of the Eastern |
mails.
•IMPORTER   OF-
1 Orates, Ranges, Pumps, Lead Pipes, Zinc, and
General Hardware.
Leaves New  Westminster for Nanaimo
Mondays nnd Wednesdays at 7 a.m.
Heturnin*,
! Manufacturer of Tin, Copper, Zinc aiul Sheet-Iron Wine.
Metal   Kooliug
and Repairing.    A full line of Hardware of nil description constantly
in stock at bottom prices.    A call solicited.
Leaves Nanaimo for  Vancouver Tues-1 ——    _ atmmt'n me ■     at     am t
l&»^^ Wilson, - Commercial St.
Tuesdays and Saturdays at 7 a. m. Ap 23

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