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NANAIMO,   B. C,   THUkSDAY.   APRIL   i8th,   1889.
No. 35.
GREAT SALE OF
DRY   :-:   GOODS
TO BE CLEARED OUT REGARttj^SS OF COST.
to Cowflce i Sati§, 13|-#il
FAIL NOT TO M&JLECT AN'OPPORT
ARTHUR BULLOCKB
VSUCHASTpIS. '
cent Store
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Others 'May Sell it Less Than
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When a man dares us to commit snicide with him we beg off. You
must excuse US from suicidal prices, but we'll give you lowest living
prices no», and ever after. We do nat ifttend to sell ch'eaper to-day
so as to bait you into our trap to charge you extortionate prices
to-morrow.
NEWS.
A
Professor of Baliol College. Oxford, is Sent
to Prison for
AS8I8TI1JS  W8IKJED   TEHAKTB,
LATE DESPATCHES.
ing the mtenQon of thp company to make
their start in Minneapolis and If it 1
successful llieh It will be tried here.
Th* Qu»s Will Visit Batumi in Hty-
A Wholes*!* Arrest of Bou-
langariat* Ordered,
SPENCER   k PERKINS,
'ELMONICO   RESTAURANT
Obuvob mveet, Nftnalmo,
O.
H.   DEMPSEY,    Proprietor.
rHIS   RESTAURANT HAS  BEEN RECENTLY FITTED UP   IN
FIRST-Ci ASS STYLE.
FURNISHED ROOMS, SINGLE OR IN
ANY TIME.
SUITE, CAN BE HAD AT
GOOD SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION.
Oppenheimer Bros.,
lONBBIR
tolesale Grocery House,
zoo and ioa Powell Street, Vancouver, B. C.
FOR    SALE
'wo Million Bricks
BY   THE
riONEER   STEAM   BRICK   YARD.
COUGHLAN   &
St Office Box iio.
MASON   Proprietors, VICTORIA,   B.   C.
A. R. JOHNSTON k Co.
prte k Gum Merchants
BASTION STREET & GrCRDOrfB WHARF,
350- ANAXMO.
A  PULL LIIVH:  OF
inest   Groceries   and   Freed   Provisions
KEPT   IN   STOCK.
Ships   Disbursed   and   Supplies   Furnished
■ i i—•* •*■—      ' ■
tflLIES AND   SHIPPING  SUPPLIED.   GOODS  DELIVERED   TO ALL
f»ART3   OF   CITY   AND   VICINITV. ■
JENT   FOR   PACIFIC   COAST    STEAM9HIP   COMPANY
AGENT FOR THE EAST COAST STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
LONDON NEWS.
London, April 17.—There Is intense
Imitation throughout the beer trade over
th* proposal of Mr. Goachen to Increase
the tax on malt liquors. The brewers held
n meeting to discuss the matter and have
Informed Mr. Goachen that a deputation
representing tbem will wait upon him to
protest against his method of imposing,
what ie apparently to be a permanent tax
upon their product. Goachen is reminded
by these gentlemen, that Gladstone once
attempted to raise the tax on beer and
Inst the premiership in consequence. Re-
tall dealers have already added half a
penny to tbe price of sugar.
The directors of the Adratic railway
have ordered tbe construction of a complete royal train, which will be used to
convey King Humbert from Rome to
Berlin. The train, which Is to be constructed by Nuremberg; builders, will be
furnished with the very latest Improvements, aad the ornamentation of the car*
isenpected to surpass anything of tbe
kind extant,
Prof, Leroix, American aeronaut, made
an ascension in Berlin to-dav before the
military authorities and a large number
of their friends. He ascended to a height
of 2,000 feet, when ha leaped from the
car with a parachute antl reached the
ground tn safety.
FARNBU. AMD TBS "TIUES."
London. April 17.—Parnell haa engaged
Arthur Russell In his libel suit against
tbe Times The charges are that tbe
Times published a fac simile ef a letter
falsely ascribed to Parnell in 1887, and
various other forgeries ascribed to Parnell, The case will be confined to forged
letters,
IS THI   TOILS.
London, April 17.—Professor Harrison
nf Bulliol College, who was arrested at
Donegal fnr supplying with food and otherwise as°isting heaeigad tenant*In Gwee-
dore, was arraigned before a magistrate In
Londonderrv to-day, and committed to
tall pending' hla trial at the sessions on
Tuesday next.
A BDLGARUK INVASION.
St. Petersburg, April 17.—It is atated
that Bulgarian exile* who have taken refuge in Roumanta and Russia, are plotting with a view to the organisation of a
formidable invasion of- Bulgaria. Iti*
probable that M. Degiere will Interfere to
put a step to the scheme.
PAPAL AFPOINTMBNTB.
Rome, April 17.—The following appointment* and change* are announced
to-day: Mgr. Ferotto, papal nuncio at
Brussels, succeed* Mgr. Acleardi. as Apostolic delegate for India. Mgr. Acleardi
will take Mgr. Ruffo Scillaa' place at Munich, while the latter I* absent on two
months vacation. The Arch-Bishop of
Perugia will succeed Mgr. Ferotta.
A NEW   CARDINAL.
Rome, April 17.—Arch-Bishop Ooosens
Bishop of Mechlin and Primate of Belgium, has been created Cardinal.
A GOOD   SUBSCRIPTION.
Paris, April 17.—The sum of 175,000,
000 francs have been subscribed to the
Expedition lottery bonds.
WILL  CONSULT   PA8TEIR.
Paris, April 17.—The Princess of Sagan
ia coming to Pari* to consult Pasteur regarding tne bite received from a pet monkey.
WHOLRSALB  ARR1STS.
Paris, April 17.—It ta reported that
warrants have been issued tor the arrest
of sixty Botilangisls.
IIRK   FBERDOM  DEPENDS.
Vienna, April 17.—The Fremden Blatt
warns the new Roumanian Ministry that
Roumania's safety depends upon her
i.,cndly attitude towards Austria and the
observance of a strict neutrality.
0AIADIAI -lEWB.
Ottawa. April 17.—If Parliament does
not rise before May 10th, the Canadian
Pacific will probably take the Maritime
province member* home by the short line
to 8t. John, N. B. It is also atated that
the leading Canadian newspapers will be
invited to send a representative over the
new road when opened for traffic
The wholesale dry goods merchants of
Quebec report trado very dull, and payments coming in slowly and with dim-
unity. In country parts business is unpromising, and more than one firm has
called in their travellers. Several hundred Canadians from the lower parishe*
and Acadlsna from th* Maritime Provinces passed. through ywterdav on their
way to the United States, having decided
to leave thc country.
TheO. P. R car shops at Perth have
closed down, throwing many out of work.
The men say tli* force at Montreal ha*
been reduced, and those only work half
tunc. ' .'
7 .» , a in »
Strangers and others visiting Departure
ri*y or East Wellinglng ore strictly pro
Minted from riding en the can on the East
Wellington Railway.—EAST "WELLINGTON COAL CO.
j There is nn change in the street ear sit-
jallon at St. Paul to-day. No attempt has lieen made to run
cars and it is understood that
none will lie made for several days, it be-
company t
lis and If it proves
,,   , — here.   The
calilo here is still running, the men positively refusing to strike, TJie committee
appoiiiiwi by the chamber of commerce
hj pall on President Lowry, reports he absolutely refused to arbitrate and i* still
I determined to stick to bis demand, that
j tnon shall sign the ironclad agreement re-
!»rding organizations. The bills before
•estate legislature to grant President
tpwry an exclusive franchise in fit. Paul,
JBs defeated to-day. A delegation from
Minneapolis called on Governor Merriaw
to-day, with a petition proving him to
IStroduce a bill to annul exclusive franchise in that city granted to the ewnpaiiv
ISjlUflS.
Jas. Cock, aged 22, was killed to-dav at
ths Midlothian minea by Wm. Patterson,
flatteraon had just shot a dew with his
gun and thinking he had discharged both
barrels, a quarter of an hour afterwards he
fully snapped the gun at his friend,
charge blew the top off Cock's head
and he died instantly.
Another fierce north-west gale and rain
storm raged here last night and to-dav,
and continues to-night. Many streets near
the river arc again flooded and much
damage waa done. It is feared the shipping along the coast has again suffered
disaster.
AX OPERA HOUSE" BURNED.
Pittsburg, Pa., April 17.—The Stadley
Otters House block and several other
holdings at Tarentum, Pa., were burned
to the ground early this morning.
A   OAR ON FIRS.
toa Angeles, April 17.—The special car
of Dr. Steward Webb, president of tbe
Wagner Car Company nnd son-in-law of
Vanderbilt, who is making a tour of the
world, took fire last night in the kitchen
Dr. Webb, who was in bed, sprang to his
feat, and seising an axe, mounted tbe roof
e car and cut through, allowing the
>ke to escape, and thu* saving the Interior decorattaus from being destroyed.
Tlie servants meanwhile extlngulebetl the
flames by water.
DETERMINED   DISTILLERS.
Peoria, Ilia., April 17.—Th* annual
masting ofthe Western Distillers and
Cattle Feeders Association here to-day,
was well attended, nnd was the moat harmonious ever held. There were nn
sweeping change* iu the administration of
the association, aa bad been predicted.
The only change was made in the trustees
so as to admit a representative of thc new
ilealorB trust, recently organized in the
East, Two Cincinnati men were auper-
"cded bv men from Chicago. A dividend
nf 2:, per cent, was declared and tho meeting closed. President Green in his address, said It was the intention to crush
nut competing outside distillers at any
out, ana gave the membera oi the association warning that there would not only
be many dividends passed daring the
coming year, but that the reserve fond
would probably have to be used to meet
fixed charge*-
m
ASSIOUJItl SERIOUS   DIMENSION*.
Minneapolis,  April   17.— To-dav wns .1
little more lively in Street car circles. Tin,
company linye been operating three  of
Iheir lines all day Willi more or less sne-
j cess.   The oars "were started on University,  IMooniinuloii  and   Fourth  avenue
i lines at f> o'clock,   heavily  loaded with
I policemen.    Very little trouble was ex-
pcrienceil, the police lieing able to keep
; the crowds under control with the excep-
j lion of one or two instances.    Aliout noon
' fl ear was slopped nn Washington avenun
I by O Spike switch,,ind during the delay
i Hie crowd  gathered   and    commenced
i bloning     and     egging     the     drivers
i and police.   Mounted police charged on
j the crowd nnd dis[icrscil it, but the driver
1 unhitched his  horse*  ami  left the car
j standing in the street.   A large number
Aa Enraged Wife Shoots Her Husband °!' T.rests w0™ ma<le ,,"r'n*. the.d».?i in"
o """"""  eluding one  or two prominent citizens,
Fatally—jTo Trouble Anticipated       w'10 refused to niovo on when ordered to
do so by the police. The crowds on the
si reets were kept moving, and every person refusing to do so, and those yelling
'scabs', or "rats" at the cor men, were
arrested and locked up, charged with dte>-
nrderlv conduct. It is said that the company bad succeeded in employing 11$
men this morning, paying from **. to $5
a day, but at noon the striker* had persuaded about Ci of these men tomtit, some
of them deserting their cars in tne middle
of their runs, or at the farther end from
the stables In such cases officials, clerk*
and bookkeepers of the company were
compelled to man the cars and take them
hack to the stables. No attempt was mode
to oserato the motor lines, but ii is
thought that an attempt will he made tomorrow. The men are still firm and Beera
In feel confident of success, it is rumored
ibis evening that President Lowry baa
sent for a committee of the strikers to
settle matters, but little credit is given the
report.
The Great Street Oar Strike
in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Assumes
FORMIDABLE PROPORTIONS.
ia the Indian Territory,
OKLAHOMA,
Washington. April 17.—Secrotarv Noble
says the talk of alarmists about the'trouble
in Oklahoma Is nonsense. There is no
fear felt by the government that there
will be universal lawlessness prevalent in
tbe territory after it is thrown open to settlers, but with a view to guarding against
anv contingency of the sort, courts have
been orgnnlzed.nnd deputy marsballs have
been agreed upon. The army is ready to
help to maintain pence. Tlie secretary savs,
"When 1,800,000 acres of land nre suddenly thrown open lo sel I lenient there is
usually apt to he considerable hubbub
and confusion, but the luck of armed resistance and murders in prospective for
new settlers is the veriest nonsense. So
far as the interior department is enncern-
ed, a land office has been established in
the new territory for settlors, and everything will be conducted on business prin
dplesand no partiality will lie shown
Advices from Oklahoma Btate that a large
concourse is preparing tn make a descent
upon land on the 22nd inst, but the mill
•POBTIia J0TES.
San Francisco, April 17.—Wm. O'Connor, champien oarsman of America received the  following   cablegram from
Searle, the Australian champion, to-day:
Sydney, N.S.W., April 17.,
To O'Connor, San Francisco.
England, yea, September, money, Sportsman.   Answer.
(Signed) Seable.
O'Connor immediately despatched a
reply as follows:
To Searle, Sydney.
Terms accepted.
(Signed! O'Connor.
Toa postal press reporter O'Connor
stated that all this telegraphing meant
that he had at last arranged a match with
Searle, to take place on the Thames, England, the latter part of September. "I
will leave San Franclsc* " he aaid, "on
Monday next and go to Tacoma, W. T.,
where I will row for a puree on May 18th,
and at Victoria on the 24th. Toronto,
my home, will aee m* in the first week ef
Juno, and then I will make arrangements
for the race, aailing for England on the
15th. Now that the match ha* been
made, all my other engagement* but the
Tacoma and Victoria one* will be cancelled." The Hamtn-Petereon race, which
ia to be rowed on the Alameda creek, haa
been postponed from April 20th to May
6th.
BOME QUESTIONS   TO ANSWER.
Washington, April 17.—The Interstate
-._.!_! Commerce Commission to-day sent notices to all officers of all the principal
railroad companies in the Middle and
Eastern States, including the Baltimore
A Ohio, Pennsylvania and Grand Trunk
tary authoritlea will see to ft "that no tres-1 SM* o^^affr&klSSS
passing occur* prior to that time. Bv the i „rtl, ™SnnHn7 clilL,„,'^SJSK li
president's proclamation throwing "land' 2™1 J^SSi SS?h ftmliKii1
open to settlers, everv precaution possible, ^SJS»g Zn.iIttuL taJS£
lawlessness of any sort. j and offlcerg| ,nd employel ,,, tbe^,
sea post omens. railroad companies, and all conditions and
Washington, April 17.-Mr. Sackae, 1 ."mitatlona connected therewith in each
Hecretarv of the Imperial German Post I {"stance, and bow theydq this branch of
Office, in n letter to the Postmaster Gen- \oatmtm- The Commission has also or-
eral, dated Berlin, March 0th, proposes' 'l,e,7id thc off":crs of «» roods centering at
the establishment, jointlv bv the United ■ ( njcago to appear on the ,th of May next
States and Ger.nanv, of sea post offices on "nd uJ.PIam wh,Bt commiaaion they pay
veasels plying between tho United States! "P°ng* ,sa,« of passenger tickets, and
and German ports which 'carry mails. I /}°*'?",businjP "" inducted," and on
Attention is directed to the fact that much ,he 8tl'day °f May to -explain the liusi-
delay is occasioned in the prompt deity-' neBfl of '"h*"*6 Bnd car mileage."
ery of mails, owing to the fact that they • killed by ui« wife.
have to be assorted and distributed after 1 Butler, Pa., April 17.—Early this morn-
being landed nt the pnrt of destination of ing J. K. Fields was shot by his wife and
the steamer.   A suggestion is made that! died two hours  later.   Mrs.   Fields was
They are Blasting the ftneus "big trees"
on the avenues of the town of Cucamonga,
Cal. Tkis will be interesting te thc people
who will be living in Ibe town four 01 five
hundred years frera now,
A traveller says that in some districts ia
the Coage region tbe horse ii a curiosity, st
once wonderful and terrifying to the natives.
Ha; after a New York maa gets through
docking, clippiag and trimming kit horse,
the animal would be a curiosity anywhere.
P. S.—So is his master.
The Vancouver Coal Mining and Land Co.,
limited, hereby give notice that any person
found cutting or removing timber from their
land, without obtaining permission at toe
Company's Office will be prosecuted,— S.
M. R.ihins, Superintendent. *
LITTLE   WONDER   CIGAR   STORE
ans
tbi lion boor axd bros bouse.
People alwaya want to purchase the permanent.
postal clerks similar to railway mail
clerks, be employed jointly by the two
governments for the distribution of mail
while crossing the ocean, so that when
the mail arrives at the port of destination
it will have been distributed for large
distributing offices, either in the United
States or Germany. The cost of this service, Mr. Snchse computes, will be slmut
840,000 per annum, or 11122,500 per annum
to each country. The matter is now in
the hands of the Postmaster General, who
ia giving it consideration.
A BRAVE SWITCHMAN.
Now York, April 17.-Patrick McAd-
amney, an old switchman on tbe Pennsylvania railway yards in Jersov City,
sprang in front of a train to-day to save
a little boy who had wandered upon the
track to pick up cinders, and though he
succeeded in pushing Iho chll' nut of
danger, he fell beneath the wheels himself and was torn to pieces. Ho leaves a
widow and seven children in poor circumstances.
COMPTROLLER OF   < t llKENCV.
Washington, April 17.—E, C. Locey, of
Michigan, has been appointed Comptroller of Currency, ns predicted in these dispatches aome'dnys ago. The appointment
was decided after a lone conference between the President and Secretary Wln-
dom to-day. Mr. Lacey was unofficially
informed of his appointment as soon as
made.
AN INDIAN VISITOR.
Washington, April 17.—Among the
President's caller* to-day wns the noted
Chief Red Cloud, who came with three of j executive committee met to-day nnd, de-
his  Western friends.     Red  Cloud has! ctded to lower wost bound lake  aud  rail
reading a book in which she was deeply
interested, and disregarded the requests
from her husband to retire. About midnight Mr. Fields became angry. A war
of words ensued. Later he arose from
his bed and began abusing his wife by
striking her in the face. In self defence
she seized a revolver, and warned him to
keep away. He advanced, and was about
to strike her when she fired, the ball passing through bis lungs. Fields made a
deposition exonerating his wife from all
blame. The coroner's jury found that the
set was justifiable under tbe circumstances.   The parties are highly connected.
SHOT  HTM  DEAD.
Colfax, Cal., April 17.—On her return
homo from work at a box factorv, yesterday, a young woman named Ware, was
met near the tunnel by a Washoe Indian
who assaulted her. He left her in a precarious condition, but she managed to
give an alarm. Telegrams were sent here
to arrest her assailant. He was met at
the outskirts of Ihe town by F. Iv Manuel
who called on him to halt. The Indian
paid no attention to the order, but picked
up a rock and threw il. giving Manuel a
wound on the head. Manuel then shot
tlie Indian dead.
IlRAflOKn TO  DEATH.
Ked Rluff.Onl April 17.—Chas.Olouda,
a HI year old boy became entangled in a
rope, while holtling a wild horse and was
dragged a hundred yards and instantly
killed yesterday.
rHEIOUT I'llAMiES.
New York, April 17.—The Trunk   line
mads It a practice to call on each of the
new Presidents to secure an expression of
opinion from him concerning Indian
affair*. The talk this morning with President Harrison was of short duration.
A HOST Or   APPLICANTS.
Washington, April 17.—President Harrison informed a prominent applicant for
a consulship to-day that he would not be
able to consider any applications for consulship* for three or four weeks yet Secretary Blaine estimates that there are upwards ol 3600 applications on file iu his
department for 210 consulships.
PBXSIBXNTIAL   APPOINTMENTS".
Washington, D. C, April ir.—The
President to-day made tho following appointments: Robert R. Porter, of New
York, to be Superintendent of Census; J.
W. Cunningham to beAssaver of thc U
8. Mint at Boise City, Idaho;  Wm. H
freight rates cost of Chicago on classes
one and two. The reduction is 3 per cent
on classes 3 and 4. nnd 2 per cent on
classes 5 nnd 6. These reductions are also
lo apply to all 70 cent, rate* between New
York and Chicago and will take effect
April 24th.
THE STREET CAR STRIKE.
St. Paul, Minn., April 17.—To-day was
another quiet one in street car circles
here, all interest being centered in tbe
effort* of the company to run the cars In
Minneapolis. The City Council at Us
meeting last night  adopted  resolutions
"" ig on tlie Street Car
tlie c
franchise.
! colling~on tlie Street Car Company to
start tlie cars in three days or forfeit ita
ANOTHER ABSCONDER.
Kansas City, April 17.—It is repotted
here from Philjipsburg, Kansas, that ,Tno.
_. „ ,       ..A. Lewis,  nn  agent  for the Equitable
Calkins to be Associate Justice  of the Mortgngo Co., of thia city and  for other
cmnpanvs has absconded', being a defaulter to the extent nf $25,000. The manager
of the Equitable here says it is by no
means certain that Ins company haa lost
anything and Kit I12V. it is considerably
leas than $10,000.
Supreme Court of Washington Territory.
PULLMAN   AND WA0KEB.
Chicago, April 17.—In the United States
Court this afternoon the case of the Pullman Oo. vs. the Wagner Car Co. to restrain the latter from  using vestibule .,   ,
trains, the temporary injunction recently |              BW!,B *nn' •'"■oma.
obtained by the Pullman Co. wse mad*     San  Francisco,   April  17.—Passenger
hlM n.  permanent.                                              : agents of the Santa Fe; Atlantic nnd Pa-
best goods at the lowest price*.   And ao;                 a sale of hobbes.                 j "«= ?nJ ""» »n^ .Pf16* ™iJw*y« n~
Xy&d J^lllV^eri^btlw   New York,  April  17.-8o». of  slJSSSKworkl^en '*&*'*'**-
drop in at the above plice, they will a** price* realized at to-day's auction sale of ««'?■ and working men,
tbe finest assortment of Tobacco* Cigar*, Secretary Tracy's stable were as follows:
Cigarette*. Pipe* In Meerschaum,  Briar, Attraction $1000, Virginia $1900, Aransa
etc., and the BEST HAVANA CIGARS $1725, lizard* $1000, Gretna $3500. Bodilb
alway* in stock.   In BOOTS and SHOES $1875.   The total sum reallted to-d»v was
Jonit Hv. HiLBSST.
ttf
sale continue* to-morrow.
who are going
to Oklahoma.
a $20,000 pibe. ■    ■
Los Angeles, April 17.—A fire early this
morning.damaged the wholesale liquor
and cigjr stare of W. Llehes dr Co, to the
cxtentTSf f20,0C0. ft K iii
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NANAIMO
COURIER
AN   INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER
THURSDAY,   APRIL   iSth.   18S9.
Mr. .Tarn™ O'Neil is• authorized on lie-
half of the Nannimo 60BBHM to
canvass for subscriptions, advertising, receive payments and give receipts for the
same in the city of Victoria.
Mr. John Oirhie is authorized on lie-
half of the Nanaimo Ou'micn to
canvass for suliscriplions, receive payments and give receipts for the same In
Wellington.
Would it no! hn well for the citv conn
ell to take some means whereby the run- ■
ning ut large of cuttle, horses, etc., might
be prohibited. Our citizens plant trees with
lhc idea of ornamenling the city and from
the lavages of dcpredatvrv animals their
j stood intentions are nullified. Only the
other day we ohserv d a billy goat indus-
triously engaged In stripping die bark off-
a number of shade trees that, had lieen
planted along Haliburton street. People
will not attempt to beautifv their homes I
EsauitiiwayNanaimn  LEET,  GORE & CO.,
TIME    CARD   NO.   10.
TO TAKE EFFECT AT 8:eo A. M.I.ON SAT-
URDAY, MARCH joth. 1SS9, TRAINS
RUN ON PACIFIC STANDARD
TIME.
CIGARETTS, POOL,   ETC.
The Eastern editor who published Ihe
following paragraph ought to be visited
by the White Caps:
"Ont of twenty boys in Elgin, 111, whom
a philanthropistkept tract of torn mini ber
of vears, those who ran out nights, smoked
cigarrettc*, and played pool turned out to,
be the best business men.''
It is hardly necessary to say that wc do
not believe this. We have the authority
of many eminent persons, besides that of
a great manny good books, that sueb boj s
come to a bad end, and that only boys
who go to bed every evening at 7 o'clock
and pasa their spare time distributing
tracts, sawing up wood for widows, and
studying algebra are ever elected to high
office in after life or got rich.
Seriously, though, it is highly improbable that any boy who "runsout nights,"
smokes cigarettes, or play pool, can attain
to business success. There nre exceptions
to every rule, and the rule is tnat such
boys do not succeed. Nor is this at all
wonderful. There is no mystery about it.
Late hours and cigarettes undermine the
health of boys, nnd one of the essentials
to business success is a sound, vigorous
constitution. Another thing, lute hours,
cigarettes and pool cost money, nt the
time when money ought to be most carefully saved for the coming start in life.
Boys who use up their strength and
squander away their money of course do
not succeed. How can they expect to do
so?
And yet the cigarette habit is daily
growing and the child scarce out of its
mother's arma can too often be seen
whaling the deadly smoke from the rice
paper.   Where will the end bo?.
by (he planting of troes on the street/, unless provision is made for their protection.
1 lorses and cows, goals and sheep roam
nt pleasure about the streets of the city,
and they oftentimes dispute the right of
Ihe pedestrian lo the sidewalk. Is there
no redress lor such grievances'.' We
think there ought to be, nnd the sooner
the matter is looked into the bettor.
Tunrecenl   letter from   Stanley shows
vary conclusively Hint the timohascomq
j when the   civilized world   should   police
1 Africa ami   lirenk up the   Infamous slave
trade carried on principally by miscreant
; Arabs,   whose greed   and cruelty nre beyond belief.   The depopulating  of whole
sections   of eountr''    the   destruction of
; villages,   the sweeping   away   of crops—
• leaving only starvation for such ot tbe na-
I lives as escape the bullet,   sword or collie
I —these are not only nutrages against God
and man, but  in a lower view,   thoy arc
clogs upon the wheels of  progress.   The
time must enme when Africa will be opened to the world and reduced to an orderly
civilization.   Such treatment that breaks
the spirit  of  the   weaker  peoples  and
strengthens  the  institution   of  slavery
among the  stronger, doubly  retards the
consummation so much to lie desired.
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Cable  Address:
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Victoria, B. Ci
Canadian Pacific Navigation  Co.   occidental hotel.
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EDITORIAL   NOTES.
Our despatches last night contained the
information that C'lnus Spreckels, Hit
noted sugar king, had formed a gigantic
company to manufacture beet sugar, and
that manufactories would be established
in variouB parts of tho 1'acific Slope, ll
wa" stated to-day t'nt Spreckles bad hit
1 j oa Nanaimo as nn excellent fVint f0i
the establishment of such an industry,
and that an agent of his had recently visited the province to locate a site for an
Immense sugar refinery in this province.
It is to bo hoped that the report is true,
for It cannot be doabted that we possess
the grandest facilities for the location of
this and many kindred enterprises.
Amoks the forms of cocaine now coming
into use is what is called "fluid extract of
cocoa." It is an innocent-sounding name
and the drug is often innocently used.
But fluid extract of cocoa is nevertheless
a deadly drug. It is cocaine and nothing
else, and all thc ruinous effects produced
by the cocaine crystals in solution are
produced by fluid extract of cocoa. Yet,
it is said young men and women carry it
about them in little phials and "refresh"
themselves with doses of it, and men nnd
women—young nnd old—ask- for it and
get it in their soda, as they drink it at tin
drug store fountain. There is no doubt
tbat the use of morphine and other such
deadly drugs is on the increase, and it is
high time a vigorous crusade was made
against the insidious si ri. lea lint thisdrog
is making everywhere.
The detailed account of Mrs. Mackay'a
dinner to the i'rinee of Wales represents
bis Royal Highness ns dining apart from
the guests. He had a room to himself, to
which admittance was denied except to
persons he especially invited to enter. It
is not stated that he invited his hostess to
sit at his table, but she wns probably allowed to enter a nd inquire alter tl ie health
of her princely guest. To the common
run of guests the dinner must have lieen
like tbe play of "Hamlet" with thc
Prince left out. It was a dinner to (lie
Prince of Wales, but no Prince of Wales
was visible to the body of tbe guests. In
fact, while there is no doubt but that the
Prince was in the house, it would not be
difficult to have carried out a little innocent deception about his actual presence.
If the two or three ladies the Prince is
reported to have dined with woti'd lend
themselves to the deception, thc rest of
the guests might be led into the belief
that they were enjoying the society of the
Prince whether be was in the bouse 01
not, In plain democratic circles a distinguished guest who sho.ild closet himsell
with two or three especial friends would
get himself disliked.
Missouri sets an example to other
ttates which believe in high license, by
charging |500 for a license in nny part of
the state, and allowing localities to add
thereto at discretion, This makes the
license tax in St. Louis $2000. When .1
atate gives a man a monopoly, he should
pay a monopoly price .for it.
FOR SALE.
NEWCASTLE. DISTIUCT—Seven acres,
more or less, very good land, Millstrc.im
(unning through, close to Comox Road.
A desirable honicstc.nl, minerals included—
$1000.
Nkwcasti.e Townsite—Lot 68, Block 3.
$225 Tcrma.
Lot 43, block 10, $500 cash,
Nanaimo City—Two houses and a lots,
corner Haliburton and Crace streets, very
desirable location for store or dwelling,
$2300.
Lot 8, block 13, $1800 lerms. Splendid
business site.
Lots 11 ancl 12, block 6—$1000.
Locations for residences and business sites
throughout the city.
Nine lilocks in the Syndicate Addition lo
Port Angeles.      Farms   in "nil   parts   of the
Province. p]^
s • • • • : : : : : :s : :
*3 *.::'. ; ; .* : .* .' ^ .' ;
o ■*■■*■ d is to tAr-Mn'oo 0 s»4
so od od ck ci* 6 6 6 6 6 -» d « ri
fcll
11A&*
ON NATI'KPAYN A.\D M'SllAYN.
Return tickets will be (issued between ftt point*
for a single fare good for return Monday.
Return tickets for one and a half ordinary fare may
lie purchased daily to all points, good for throe days
including the day of issuf,
So return tickets issuod for a single fare whto
such fare is 25 cents.
Through rates between Victoria and Comox.
R. DUNSMUIR, Prccident:
JOS. HUNTER, Oeteral Superintendent!
I', K. PRIOR. General Freight and Passenger
Agent,
G. E BLAKEWAY& CO.
IMPORTING AND DISPENSING
CHEMISTS AND DRUGGISTS.
The Nanaimo Pharmacy
COMMERCIAL   STREET.
rhjsician Prescriptions carefully compounded
Country orders promptly attended to.
THE ACCIDENT
INSURANCE COY
'OF NOKTfl AMERICA.
Prwidont-SIK T. GA1/T.      Via*  Pwt-JNfll
«ANKIN. £04.,     Kecretanr-K. BAWLINGB
Insure againat accident by land or sua.   |3 pax
annum anonrari eithor tlOOO in ciiso of fatal aooi-
dfii 1, or $22 ppr month in case of non-fatal injury.
Extra i'i"iniiHiiri for hazardotu tmploymanta.
ALLHOP A MASON,
Agonte, GoTernmont Straet, Victor'*,
TURNER, BEETON & CO.,
 MERCHANT8	
WHABFHTKECT      .      -       VIOTOIUA, B. 0.
FIRST BAN K
—ESTABLISHED   IN—
Oity o Nanaimo
BANK   OP
Head Offlne for RntiHh Oolambulor
Niihtii riiui'isH and MKnoAirrn,it Imv>
BANliK COUI'JNY,   AHI1  0OARDIAX
ImrmANCK Company.
H. 0. BEETON *CO,
86 Finsbnry Oiroum, London, A O.
H. A. M*.ui.i, V*noouv*r.
  ., i        '■ Min
Great Transcontinental Route.
NORTHER^: PACIFIC
m&m^XTm*rv%rjkr*
Vi» the Caaoada   Diriaios   now   oonv
plateO, making it the Shortest,
Beet and QniokeHt.
(iNCORPOnATRD BV  BOY A I. CHARTER, 186a.)
CAPITAL t •tf6<MI,tMNi
(WITH TOWRR  TO INCRIASR.)
LoNnoN  OrnCR—38 Cornhill. ondon.     Branches
at San Francisco, Portland, Oi„ Victoria, New
Westminster, Vancouver, Nanaimo and
Kamloops.
Agent* and t'orreepoadtnU:
In Canada—The Bank of Montreal and branches.
Unitkd States—Agents Bank of Montreal, 59 Wall
Street, New Vork; —Hank of Montreal, Chicago,
United Kingdom—Hank of British Columbia, a
Cornhill, London; National Provincial Bank of
England; North and South Wbtes Bank;
Britiili Linen   Company's   Bank;
Bank of Ireland.
ndia, China, Japan, Australia, New Zealand Haas
Kong   and   Shanghai    Bank    Corporatiai.—
Chartered  Bank of India, Australia and
China, Knglish, Scottish and Australian Chartered Bar. k, Bank of
Australasia,    Commercial
Bank Co., of Sydney.
[-MEXICO and South America—London  Bank-of
Mexico and South America.
[LIMITED]
TIME   TABLE   No.   zo.
TAKING'EFFECT FEBRUARY tot, iB8«.
BURRARD INLET ROUTE.
VICTORIA TO Vancouver and Moody villa daily
excent Monday, at 4 o'clock.
VANCOUVER TO Victoria, daily, except Monday,
at 13:13 o'clock or on the arrival of the C. P.
Railway Train.
PUGET SOUND ROUTE.
S.S. PREMIER will leave as followsi-Vancouvar
3 p. ro., Mondays nnd Thurx<lav<:, returning
leaves Seattle Wednesdays and Saturdays at C
a.m., arriving; in Vancouver about 6 p.m., this to
take effect Thursday, February oth.
NEW WESTMINSTER ROUTE.
Leaves VICTORIA for New Westminster, Larfner's
1.aniline and Lulu Island, Sundays and Thursdays at 1 * rioclti Tuesdays ftt 1 o'clock.
Leave NEW WESTMINSTER for Victoria and
way ports on Monday at • p.m., Wednesday and
Friday at 7 a,m.
PLUMPER PASS, Sunday at 7 o'clock.
FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamers for Hone and way port* Iravr New Westminster everv Thtindav: Eor Chilllwhack and
way landings every Tuesday and Saturday at
BAltCLAV SOUND ROUTE.
Steamer MAUDE Iravas Victoria Tor Alberni and
Sound ports once a month.
NORTHERN    ROUTE. ■"
Steamship Sar^onyv -vill leave f«r Fort Simpson and
interm«di*te oomon ihe Fir*t  aid  Fifteenth  of
each month.   Whenever  wflfrleitt   Inducement
offers will t-allit "oint; nn the West Coast and
Oueen Charlotte Tslands.
The<*or»nanv r«serves *\w fifth' of rhanjrtng this
Time Tn^e -»' anvrimn w!thotir noMA^nan.
O.AtCARLETOV 10*?X IPVIVO.
Gen. Acent. Manager.
Whitfield    Bros,,
IMPORTERS AND DEAI-KRS IH BOOTS
AND SHOES
Root, ud Shoe, m«de te|ord«r, nptlrlnf i iptcltliy
Vicicrin Cremni. N.niimo. B.C.
Cosmopolitan Market,
Comnerclal street, unnaiico. B.C.
XI.    <5XTEllW3SrTOT-.Xj.
—.MWAYT—
a choice "assortment
nr TinVniKHT
MEATS   AND   VEGETABLES
IN THR MARKET.
Fret Delivery to All Parti of thr Oity.
SI
I   I
CIMIMEIM IAS.   »THE
Tb, L»r««it nnd Beit Howl In th   Oltr.
n. watkink  , vuar.
NANAIHO, B.C.
"Peok's r-fotel.
EAST   WELLINGTON.
T.   E    PECK.   Preprlitor.
rlKST'CLASj! IN EVERV  PARTICL'LAK.
-' ,■ I'holce^t Unui'.u of Winks, Liquors nml Cigar.
always on hand.
A CALL SQMOIT.En.
L E I. A N O    HOl'SR
KiUT     fl.    IM8U£1
'Optitrtton:
TeloKrapliniTransftrs and Rcmittuncr.. lo am' li.
all |iointj oan l.r made ilirough tr i'i'Baiik at
Current rates.
I ollnctinnr. rareliil'y altendtidflo ami r.tiy c!e,« i-i
lion ot banking; Mnaacttdl
Th* Diniun Car Line.    Th« Direct
DelHM, Ftwtwt Traini, LowMt Katm
and allp6iiitn Eaat.   Tloketa aold to	
Inoot point. throsgUout the Beat kndBeath-BUi
Thbodgb Pullman Dbawiro-Hoom
SlhbpiwA Oar*.
BeMr»alion» ou be lacttred Ib Adnaw*.
To East-flound Puseagen
Be MMlal aad dg aot make t BrdaUka, hot to
mrb to take th*
Northern Pacific Railw'y
And sss that your tlokefc raad* t» THU}
LpfB, St. P*nl er MiaoMpoHs, to troU
thtrmtt snd swioas Wsys Bossshmt*.
by other roat«*. 4
Through Emigrant Osiettg Can
*iiok«l tt0M.
W. B. DENNI80N, \
Nanaimo, B.C.
Vanllouten & Handle.
IMI'ORTP.RS AND DEALERS IN
Hardware : Stovep
Tinware
Wc manurflcliirc nil kinds of
SHEET IRON, TIN
AND COPPER WARE.
	
PLUMBING  AND GASFITTING
Promptly attended to.
ty A specialty made of Tin Ksofiag nnd
Cornice Work. Estimate's given and work
guaranteed,   "
VANHOUTEN & RANDLE,
Victoria Cicsccnt    -    -    Nannimo, B, C.
.'■'IV ll    :.- 11 1   .   .».":.
•'Oil' -niei.1 ri   I'.ulvi   .   .ii....   ...1 SteelH
ilile  I... I
..I1RNBH CK   H/.STI'.OS * C-tAMVi: I.I
STREETS, VANO.iOVF.^.  3. C.
rameB Harvey
imORTI'.''  '11
t NGL1SI1 AND CANADIAN MKRCHAN-
DISE.
'Vimmrrcial Stkkbt, Nanaimo,   ll. C.
W.BREDE]V1EYER,DR.PF.
Mln^-  £iqf nnd Stains a:.-.;
Provlncil Surveyor inh v*
uy«r. Vancou«i. &   C
JLTE PANTNfcft OF i   B»flbtSCr»l&ii;t'U^  .• t\,
keliahte rtports, onderg     i .    ■ un   ■
ii mines executed ut low rati • ' - w idt n al<
kinds of Minerals,  tiuld  an I   Silvpi   : .i I ti ty
years experience in raining in ilia* R»iro ■ .imi
United States of America. Sue-kit ttn languages.
AssayE from a dUtancc proenptiy Btteod( to*
Addrcis, Vancouver, B. C. •)53*y>
Joseph M; Brown
This elegant and commodious
NEW BRICK HOTEL,
Opposite the  Esquimalt  and Nanaimo
Railway Station, having been
leased by the undersigned, will,-
after a thorough over-hauling and fitting up, be
CONDUCTED IN FIRST-CLASS STYLE
Special care will be given to '.Iu
Dining - Department
And no trouble will be spared to satisfy
everybody.   Fine elegantly fitted up
33X123   ROOMS
ly.SAMPLE ROOMYS
For Tmrellers.     Only    first-class  Wines,
Liquors and Cigars  dispensed   at the
BAR.   We solicit your patronage.
John Decker & Co
fob 8 tf
DEW DROP HOTEL,
HALIBURTON      ST.,     NANAIMO,
Tins Hotel is now prepared to furnish firnt-clu- ac*
commodation for Boarders and Lodgers..  Board*,
per month $36.00,
SAMUEL HAGUE.
To the Trailing Poklic
TICKETS
» T* All.   rOlNTS  ON  THI i
CANADIAN PACIFIC RA/L'Y
An J its t'Conactioni may be had fro
A. SHAW,  Agent,    -   -   Nanaimo.
<Jr>llrlt'N   -; '"   "'."   ■   • •
JIWAITVItU' "DH envf?    :■: ■:■  ,A
D'Eio in Smith's Biiililiii;, I'n. ■ <■■■ i tt
S:re;t, Nanaimo.
RED  HOUSE.
ALI1X. MAYER   .   MARCUS WOLKH.
Alex. Mayer S: Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer, in General.
Merchandise
Orders   promptly   and   carefully dclivcrtid*
SHIPPING SUPri.lK.l>A,Nl> SHIPS Dl<
BURSEI,.
Cdinmercial Stwet,
NahaifW), il   C
p,  w. topi?, C.E.,
CIVIL ENGINOEER and surveyor,
&uivcvfi lim'er and Otbil  liiiit.i.
K^dreis-rOWOX. U.Cr
•lar 10— If
RESiniNT rnvKiciAN  n cmnton.
APPLICATIONS for the position of Resident
*» Physician at Clinton will be n ceived at the
Provincial Secretary'- Office up to Saturday, the aotti
d* -of April «tn.
(lovernment stipend at !>■•• -..u u( iW per .1:11 it,
A CAMPBELL  KEi>|>!E, -
I'epuiv PrerincUl SecT'tary.
ProvmntJ SecraUry\ fMllet.
uc '.■ in*h,'1***, urt 1 art V
:   - R   ■1     IU
t a K!r*t-'   Ih k   lli'in '..t, k, «v,-;,,r
: IwilijAiS'. Rn i,» tl (
lUriclni oitatnii aiid Bait Rnoms,
Mali
,'l
ENGLISH.   AMERICAN   AND SWISS
WATCHES & CLOCKS CLEANED
AND REPAIRED.
AOENT FOR R. S. KIMBELL'a CHAMPION FIRE AND BURGLAR-rRQOF
.-'AFES.
Front Stmt, Nnnaimo,
'OMV I I" is   ". '■• • .
1'RlV.t II'.  liNl'KANtB' IOK   LAW*!..
OITT IXXA.Xt.XSiMl't'.
Next   door   to   Htrst'e   l!rm.,
Commercial '• Street.
W. D. DEEBLE; Prop.
Conusant ly on hand < foil asunrtacnt of
Choice Meats ami Vegetables.
Shipping supplied at short notice.
TEAMING.
QHDERS   FOR   DrAvaGF.   OR   TF.AMINOl
w    left at thu fcxcclsior Ilakerj', (.' uiir. ial slrnt.l
or  Mansou s  stsirc,  llalibuiton street,  will receivi
prompt attetiliun at moderate rates.
A. ANDERSON,
...... Allmrl Street.
Al"'l 0—" Nanoinio, II.C.
NOTICE.
Having disposed of Ihe type and lixtures ofL
the Nanaimo Morning Courier to the Cotm-1
IKR Printing and Publishing Company,'all acl
counts due the said paper will be collectciM
by me, and all riabffitietf of the1 Nah'aiino I
Morning Courier will lie paid hy me on
presentation. ROBT. TQpD.   '
Donald   Smith]
NOTARY PUBLIC, CONYETAKCER, " ]
REAL   EST AT]
AND INSURAKCE AGENT,
KTAXaVAiuao, 13. O.
Jan. ia tf
P. O. noitao.
W. R. ROBERTS,
Watch Maker & Jeweler,!
NOVTH WELLINGTON
Oppoilte Saiirea. Station.
Watches and Jeaelrv- bought, told and repn*et1.
01
-
POODLE DOQ RESTAURANT,    1,0<
' u,l
NANAIMO, B. C.
P. Jitmieson, Prop,     ' cli
  r      , tie
Oysters,  Calies, Jellies, Ice Cream,  Blanc
Mange, &e,   The orly White Labor
Restaurant In Town,   Meals
from  it r»nts up.
R.   CRAIQ,     0
leneral Blacksmith ft Carriage Builder,
Rpsflrjri nrPft Prdlfli, nillDD, B, C,
Ti
wl
-tl
I
we
l'(
s
sc
tirt
ioi
1 "-"-ni Machinery and Firs
ill   fit! les of Wazon,,
! RumIm v||| hebnill
Ti IXI i\.   REPAIR.
I'I  vi
mmmil millsi
J F/VY * KYLE, Props.
ssV! I'A'"IfKF.R.I AMI   nMLRRS   IK
•ill   KINM, OF   ROUOII AND
DRESSEn
LUMBER
1I00BS, wnrDowa. BLINDS, shiholeb.
LATHS, Ete„ Etc.
TELEPHONE.   OlDce and Vardt
SOUTH END CAMBIE ST., FALSE CK
VANCOUVER.   B.   C.
C. C. lvTcKENZJE,
Und Ae«iit. Conveyancer, Accountants
nnr' Insurnncr Agent.
,, ' ". C«l-c! .'    ' nlth'i Pull 'In,., Bastion Str«t,
■'.'!.',     n1  'hi. ,i'fc,5i,le.   Money to Leea**
51 .rt^aRe %' ,„r   ^«e.
.iK.'iit fn, tl , Glaeio* and London Fiw Intiiratic, I
'eoipan-. A
RJ.W,  AT WOOD,
C'homist  & Druggist.
P.ITENT MrpiCINES. Perfumervand
Toilet Goods.
Pr.scrl|iii,ng Carefullv Compounded.
OCMKEBOIAL BTFBETilKAHATSlO,  B,   0,',
bot
!f
'A.
..
n.i'i ' 'aid IV.tI,.iIal Reveillelaa.Maaal.
.'» Hl.iric.
'   si"'   ll    ■..    i 'a  ...  «iib the
i  I       ii .    asai,     IIT-.i„
'■"•wi A,» an, re » dec he ihe
I'jle.ar   n>«   efiee,   Naa'alaioi
. id en or before Jane aeeti. ISIe,
■■ • 'set i-,l« .1 tl'e lollo^rlng rates. el«l
• <ir , i-ei Lent, on Ileal I'rorierty...
v   ent. r"'r n're on Wild l.-ind.
•ne-tliird ..fen.-per cent, on Pergonal   lVoperty.
'• W i i..-r <ent. on Income,
.id .ftt-r time Txh. 1880: —
of i .-.-i '..:it. nil Real Property.
'. e.i m   1 ei nc..' 'i Wild Land.
..1 , ■ . ,.,., on Persona) Property.
M   HATE.
TO
EUROPE, CANADA or the
XTxt ltedt mttxttom.
Ti ^bv"  mpnry i-.n'nli Ih- unrlrrslfincd at    I
I. t. If h'rfs l'.ut *   RKoe   Store,   Com.  '
■I. •ciil .r."i. nhnut   r«l*Kti nr frurn Great
Britain and th* Continent ui tu any part in
the   United   Stale*    and    Canada   before
pnrdiaatlng p]»wTV*re.
ir. n,*BtmvioV'-'■
Railway and Steamship Agent,
Nanaimo, B. C.
are av
jrhen.
Iresri i
Ihink,
lor fox
I the ci
I from
'Quarti
1 who \
chum,
blaims
vereg
juaint
aatura
Interch
future
host, I
finritati
iwere tt
[Our 11
Ijthe enl
Las man
|the Po;
vhat.w
fully cc
\ntfiti .STEAMF.U SERVICE
[tcti.een Nannimu,  Cuinus and  Victoria.]
S'lKA.MEK   A.MFLIA.
Arrives in Nanaiamo .very Tuesday evening.
Leaves Nanaima for Orniox  Wednesday     3 A.M.
Ucturns fr..m Comas for .Victoria,
Wednesday evening. ',"
Leaves Nanaimo for Victoria Thursday 	
Leaves Victoria for Nanaimo, Friday	
Leaves Nannimo for Victoria,  and
all way ports Saturday......    7A.M.
[Between Nanaimo anil Vancouver.]
Sti'amfr Rainbow.
Arrives    nt    Nannimo     Tuesdays—leaves
7 A. M.
7 A. M.
consisted of venison stew, fried bacon, working for nothing if proceedin
bailed potatoes, home-made bread anil further without authority Irptu. hiru.
miter with good coffee and slewed Imt intimating however that he would
applis for desert, and what was lacking pive them employment if they wished
in quality or variety was fully made up 1 to goon working the ledge. 1 have
in hu'aritjty and hearty dicer. .\s the advised them to go righi along with
rptbievwas already taxed to it* tit'iiosfj their work as if nothing had happened
capacity, we refused the kind offer of; and consider no one their employer
Mr. Campbell  to  lodge us,  and after i but Priest whom   thev   sav   engaged
Nannimo Wednesday morning.
[Between Westminster, Comox A Nanaimo.]
Steamer Robert Dunsmuir.
Airives in  Nanaimo Wednesdays and Sun
days—leaves    Nnnaimo    for   Comox
Thursdays—T-eavcs    Nanaimn   for
New Westminster    Saturdays
anil  Mondays,
Trains leave Nanaimo for Victoria.  9104 a . M.
"         Welling-
ton     12:29 p.m.
•' arrive in    " from Victoria    12:20 p. M..
      "    " Welling-
:'ton,..., ;...      8:e5 A. M.,
On Saturdays an extra train leaves Nana-1
loio for 'Victoria at I :j6 p.m.     A train also
leaves Victoria for Nauaimo,  arriving here
at 6:55 p. m„ ami leaves for Wellington at
10:15 p' M.
,..TEIADA IS1AND.
The Vast Mountain of Untold
Mineral Wealth,
AN   IHTEBESTISG DESOEIPTION
Of    the     Island    by     an    Aetna'
Observer.
[From our Special Correni«ii,'li'i:'.]
Texaiia, Headquarters op Courier,
Great Eastern Lcje, April 10, 'ig.
Broke camp on the Oral Easuri
.lode this morning at 11 o'clock, an
. with my pack on my back arid nn
guide on the lead, we comm.need <■(>.
Climb over the mountain, ourdestiiia-
. tion being the Woodpecker lode, where
JVe expect to stop for a short season.
,'e arrived in due course of time and
[ shall briefly describe our trip.   Om
■scent was mest tedious and I wai
tired out before reaching my distimi
tion.   On our way we came acros
leveral stakes on the divide betwen
fames Lake and Bevilockway's l.ak
1 some of which I will briifly memlo
»The first of those was the Montr
lode; then came  the Mountain M i
oth located in the month of Januan
Dn descending the other side of th
Bouhtaln we crossed over a fallen tr
^spanning the swamp which we Wen
obliged to cross.   This tree was th
aigsstjone I have yet seen, it pleasured four feet six inches at the butt and
|rou]d have made fine, clear lumber
extending our thanks for favor's shown,
we  took our departure,  and wended
our way towards the camp of Perry &
Delahay, which was about one mile
distant.    But before we left—I almost
forgot to mention it—wc  visited thc
claim upon which assessment work is
being done.    This lode is called (he
Rand lode; it is thir'.een feet in width
and can be followed several hundred
feet on the surface.   They are working it from thc bottom of a bluff, and
driving a tunnel north-east; it is a very
good   looking   prospect.     This   lode
with  several others belongs to a Van-
j couver company.    As 1 am anxious to
get this letter off by the next boat
shall go down   and mail   it  myself.
Shall let you hear from me soon again.
April ir, '8o.
Arrived down  at the  foot of the
mountain, with letters for mailing, but
to  my astonishment the   boat which
should have been here has not put in
.in appearance yet.   The miners are al!
complaning and the)' have good cause
fjr complaint as the promises of the
steamboat officers do not seem to be
regarded and the result is  that many
men are kept on thc beach wailing for
a steamer to make her appearance, and
many wait in vain, which is just what
•ydlir correspondent has  b.*cn   doing
since yesterday.    I am afraid to leave
without first seeing that my mail goes
away.   While wailing for the appear-
mce of the boat, "which always com-
i ig, never comes," I strayed over to
lie Surprise lode,  the property of E,
Most.    This ledge is being worked by
John   Greenwell   and   Daniel   Gillis.
I hey called my attention to a large
piece of quartz which  they told me
1'ley   inii nded   to   send down  a.s   a
'simple.   The piece was laying at the
f "it of.jji • tunnel and P.Try, Delahay
1 "I J<ir   s w nt up to look at it,  and
ill s   hi .'   to  b   in  a jocular mood
.ib i.it ih.: size of the specimen, as it
was loo large for one man to carry, and
•   li y w r- having fun over it at the
''i'i nse of Greenwell, who was also
• ou'ing ti in.' to come up and have a
■i"«k at it.   Th.: conv rsitloh' wailing
warm, and about to lead to a bet as to
who could carry it down to the beach
and the contesting parties were reviewing the huge chunk from all sides, and
becoming interested I laid aside my
vrnng and walked over to where they
tood.    Upon arriving at the tunnel in j
■ u|l view of the piece of quartz in dis-
>iite, and becoming very much inter-
■sted mysi If I walked all around the
p cimen the better to view it, at the
ime   ii 11    offering  to wager a small
mount 1.i.it no on- in the party could
rry i. 1 1 the beach, I had gone half
y ami n   it, ivh n I    ud behold, I
.„ tli. firm .i.n i si.ie   ,ny 'irriv.il on the
sland saw
' BEPABING-.
i.A.1,1
Kin
them.     lam  afraid there'is goui£to ,
be some trouble  but until  such lime | nUltuIj-ullUtll,li,
as some official notification shall be
served authorizing them   to   remove
from the claim  I have advised that
they hold ''the fort" until Al least their
employer arrives.     This they  intend
doing.    /   am anxiously awaiting the
arrival   of some steamer by which to
convey you this  important   piece   of
news but despair of success.
w. c. ir.
(To be  continued.)
H©0 umbia - Carriage - Works
** '     astings Street, East of Carroll, Vancouver, B.C.
. j    _    ; Tliis.extensive establishment lias just opened,    A large ami well selectedst itkoi
Carriages,    Buggies,   Buc&boads,
WII.1. HE KEPT IN STOCK ASH MAHE TO ORDER.
Albion Iron Worts.
(LIMITED)
VICTORIA, B. C.
ill I** made u ;
vcr-rcucliinij
Having (.eciirtrd tha bell iboet on tlie Cua^t, tbtf dftgeVtflUfii
KpcclaJty.   We nuanuitce to prevent boiMi from Inttnerfoa <"
l[<H(M s shod r.nd treated on tlie btcft^opravtd priociplei.'
ilriog in all iis bnutehw,;.- nell a> l*AI Vl'lM.. TKIM.\*IIM., Ell'., don.- with
  law and at moderate priCM.     Ltghl :.nd Heavy lOIH*! %US of every UeMrlptlo li
attt/ndud to.    It^Kv-rvj depaitineni will receive tbe personal luMrvlRion of our Mr. M< \ A lilt, an old e \-
perleoced workman, well and favorably known In many part* of tin; Domlulon.
TV. T.  MoNAJBB & i
-vx^xa-
:'jNANAIHO COURIER!
Published every morning-exoept
MONDAY
■ A.T-.— ; U       ,
Nanaimo, B.C.
Iiitoresl paid on tlie sniue   I WORTH
I hiri paper is s live exponent of tha
interest of
GARESOHE   GREEN & CO.,
B A :i\T .-KLEINS,
Government Street, - - Victoria, B. C.
Deposits Receivod in Gold, Silver and U. S. Currency,
on lime deposits.
Gold Dust nnd 0, S. Curieiicv piirclinsed nl tiiglmnt market rates.
Vtf Sight Drafts and Telegraphic Transfers, on (Huu Francisco, New Vork nml
•  Canada.
Exchange on London avuiluble in all parts of, Europe, England, Ireland and
.    . .. Scotland.
Letters ot Credit issued on the principal Cities of thu United flutes, Omnia aud
finropo.
W Agents for Wells, Fargc tt Co. JS3
BRITISH COLUMBIA STEAM BAKERY,
NESBITT, DICKSON tt CO.. Proprietors,
JPOR.T STREET,       -      •      •      ABOVE DOTJCJUxAS
engineers, :iron   founders
uoiler makers,
works:
»'.- stork, nlscnvuiiv ANn HRn.si.n STU.
AND
Mnnnfririiirer* of Marine end I.anil Engines,
Bnilt-r.i, l-'isli CumltiB anil Mining Machinery,
Hydraulic tlianls and Pipe REPAIRS eseculed
with dispatch.   V'orlrs runninj: night and day.
Wm. BlacklMp,
A.rchiteot.  Wt c.'
OFFICE-422 CORDOVA STREET,
P. O. BOX 116. VANCOUVER, B.   C,
THEIR
GOLD,
WEIGHT IN
Hollovay's Pills & Ointment
 I
And is thoroughly
MWB IN POLITICS'
Arrowroot,
Assorted Jumbles,
Assorted Tlngers,
Abornethy,
Cabin,
Coffee Cako,
Cheese Biscuits,
Currant Top*,
Glnarer Snaps,
Graham Wafer*.
Olnger Cake,
Family Pilot.
Fancy Mixed.
Fruit Blaer,
Iced Ginger Brand.
Iced Sultana.
Lemon Snaps,
Lomon Biscuit,
New York Snaps,
Oat Meal,
Pilot.
Perkins,
Rich Mixed,
Soda Cracker*.
Seed Biscuit,
Sugar Crackers,
Spice Jumbles,
Sugar Coaities,
Sultana Biscuit,
Vanilla Cream,
Wine.
Etc., Etc.
Pried List Furnished. Orders promptly attended to.
or NESBITT. DICKSON » CO.'S Blsoults.
11
I< & uluius oil the Latest
graphic l^attes
 AND	
Ask your Grocer
BKITISHCOLUMBIA
(XjiMrnDSit
•0-
f
,1
DIRECTOR!.
I^rVfter crossing the swamp and re.ichi. g
'the suirimit of the opposite hill we
[came in sight of a beautiful little lake
(called Bevilockway's Lake—named
after one of Nanaimo's pioneer citizens.
The lake  is triangular in shapex anil
I ihe water is clear and cool and abounds
15
fcilh beautiful trout, some of which I
aw at Campbell's camp.   It has ae
8nlet on the south-east and an outlet on
|f*he north-west.   At the north anglo in
l claim of Thompson's stakt.-d off Jan.
loth.   The ledgt; is coriiposed of w^ii
bartz averaging  three feet  in widil
jld crops out to thc north-east n'a;
Be lake.   About half :i mil; norily
/east  from   Lake  li -vilockway  was
lenbin    Oa arriving at the cabin w
Pmet Earnest Bevllockway, wlio is In •
[ing hale and  hearty.    Me is ^oriiiii',
■ten the Rand ledge, whici  belongs ■„
^e Vancouvir Comrany.,. ol Vftneon-
■r, with Mr. N ilC.t.iiib.ll, an ul
Jariboo   miner,   in   ch.irg■■.     Thr t
other men are employ*, d on the work,
k,biit I did not ascertain their names.
lOur hearts were glsdened by the sight
(of a;good-sized deer hanging on th:
I outside of the cabin.   Of course wt
are aware that it is the close season but
kvhen.meat becomes scarce, particularly
tresri meat, hungry men are justified, I
fhink, in shooting what they r-tjr.ir
tor food.   \Ve. had not been long i.;
■ tlie cabin  before we received a call
■from John Perry, mine host of th;
f Quarter Way House, Wellington, and,
.who was accompanied by his mining
^chum,   Wm.   Delahay.    They  own
claims adjacent to one another.   They
Were glad to see us,' and being old acquaintances of mine the meeting was
Naturally pleasant.    And afti-r a bri :
Interchange   of  views  regarding  the
future prospects of the  Island, our
fiost, Neil Campbell, extended to us an
'invitation tb dine with him, which we
'were not slow in taking advantage of.
Our hKJju ffisjrjmited, and although
the entrees.were not as numerous or of
,as many 'varieties as conn be found ii
the Poodle Dog, oi' Mai    1 Dor. e, y :
what .wa* lacking In th.se r, sped. u;r
(fully compensatedjfor.by the   '■
HOSPITABLE    MANNER
*5n ■ wriicrV;ir;wits' oflenjl   0« im«l
GOLD, COLD, OOLD,
yes and in that quartz which was a mo-
nent  before   in dispute,   not  as   to
ivhethi r it contained gold, but as to its
mlk or weight.    Vc's, I could not be
nistakeh, and  my tycs which had fnr
ihree days betn longing for a sight of
the native metal,   had at last been re-
.v.ird'.-d for thi.ir vigiltnce by the clis-
covery of pure gold in its virginiiy,
md  the  way  I drooped down on to
that rock was a surprise to all present,
ivho, for a lime did not know but whal
my mind was affected, but upon arising with a lump of pun golu in each
land, Ihev were thoroughly convinced
f my sanity, though they'might have
had their doubts on that score before,
l'ne  specimen will not come down to
Xinaimo—nor   has   ther-;   been one
single   bet effected—and   could  the
reader have  been a spectator of tht-
iC;ne 'which   followed   the find,  he
,'iiuld  have sworn before   any court
•f     justice    in    the    world    that
ve    were   all" mad-men.   Of   one
hjng y;ni may be assured. That piece
•f   quoit!! 'V.'is as thoroughly searched
ar the  precious in wl, as ever befell
n   lot ol  the s.ini    amount of rock,
li was  1. 1 miiier, d  and  pounded and
/..sli.diiiith the r suit that it conlalnei
. iis of goid. The ; i ecu which I fount1
,iiVi-  beet)called Un; "Discovery Nuggets. "    1 shall bring them to Nanaimo
,vhen 1 come.    The result of my find
resulted in the finding of several nice
. i ces of quartz showing free gold or
■f which found by Mr. Uelahey on
.he dump is pronounced by all who
nave seen it,- to be the fin-, st looking
,,1 cimeu y.-t found 011 the island.   I
is abont the size of my hand and. I do
tot exaggerate when I say it contains
ten  dollars in native gold.   There is
intense; evciteuieut   on   the island in
consequence of this find of gold, ami
parties are coming in hourly to look at
the lode.     Mr. Carmichael, managing
the Vancouver company late bonders
of the Oolden Slipper came over tu
look at the quartz, but was very reticent about the matter and went away,
only to return in a short lime to warn j
the men off the  claim   who  he sail,
were working his company!* property.
Surveyors have been at work lately in
this vicinity under his charge, defining
the boundary of their holdings. Severn!
have lift  o fullow tile lead in tht;'hup.
of setting 5:i-.-»ten>iiit),ou„ttjer:Kid».  -
1'rle line*'iRrtlniii':;: due. Jirjrth-. .'■.
and is about lhreo feet wid:. . Th
manager- of l he VatacdtiVer boltrphnj
has again warned th ,ri"'u.ai tiie plat'
te leave off work as' they wwe oiii)
NEWS
in readable style, and ia
mted early each morning
t everyone nan have
it at the breakfast
table.
VHORIAS ALLSOP.
HENRV %. MASON,
CVVLER A. HOLLAND,
56 New
Broad St.
/&£Z»^ in tht
Town Lota aud rarming Lands tai
■
In every part of the
p-
all
thp hiIbhI nvents of public
• are pr tiiptly transmitiea.
'•'j qitestiou of public
linuurtHuce dlsousBod
without
M, FAVOR OR PARTIALITY!
,.„ ....<■....:™ vi At/Ajcmr d) MASON hat been merged in the
abor 0 Company and mill be carried on by tye Company from this
datnas a General Land Investment and Insurance Agency.
MONEY TO LOAM -»*0.B*OAOE-AT LOW BATES
■•la on easy terms
ANADIAN
PACIFIC
RAILWAY
— HIE TRUE	
(JNIINENTALROUTF
— RCTWEEN THE—
"',"c  rid ihe Atlantic I
—HAVING—
LARGE CIRCULATION
Its advantage as an
 "ii
IS APPARENT.
; ■'• enitipmsnt is tho finest
""' wrtina of Luxmuors
.- ii, no:; Drawing, Smoking
u ti  1 ntimrtj Ootnfortahle antl Oleau
ml <   1-', nni, I'VeeSleeping Berths i ItMmm. B.C..
I ■ cl K.eunil eliiss tickets; and |	
iii. ■!■■■ uitiif i.ftlny coneliea.
I'I MM.'  t AV.H AND HOTELS I
il'i. h ~l nudity of food in
■ iu 1.1 j ni re sonublc rates.
v% ViVNCOUVER CITY   ;,
'FWTfDRY and IRON WORK&
Ik* bnildinge and iitlio* up ol KAchiMrr is
ecmoeoti.ia with these' worke bain* ou* to ttt
adtanoed the prapeieton, teoi juetified io noil-
fyiB* their friends and the public thai titer will
bo prepared on or about tba let ot May to receive
and promptly execute any ordera for stark in
their line for which they may be favored 1 aad
from the superior oharacUir ot iheir machinery
and plant generally, as wr-!t :is Ihe skill of tbeir
employees, ther fool oonfklarit; nf barne. In apeei,
tion to do ae Roi.il, if not better, Work than any
similar establishment iu t;.-. Provinoe.
A. MOKELVIE.
Mprhnnical AIanaee*j
10th April, 1SSJ.
THIS INCOMPARABLE MEDICINB
tins secured for itself an imperishable
fame throughout Ihe world for the alleviation
and cure of most diseases to which humanity
is heir.
THE   PILLS
Purify, regulate and improve the quality of
the blood. They assist the digestive organs,
cleanse the STOMACH & BOWELS, in.
crease the secretory power of the Liver, brace
the nervous system, and throw Into the clr.
dilation the pure elements for sustaining end
repairing the frame.
Thousands of persons have testified that
by their use alone th'y have been restored
lo health and strength after every "other
means have proved unsuccessful
THE   OINTMENT*
Will be found invaluable in every Household
in thc cure of open Pores, Hard Tumors',
MAD LEGS, OLD WOUNDS, COUGHS,
Colds, Sore Throats, Bronchitis, and all dis.
ordeis of the Throat and Cbest, as alsoGout,
Kheumatism, Scrofula, and every kind oi"
Scin Diseases.
Manufactured ouly nt Professor Holloway's
Establishment, 78 New Oxford St. (late 533
Oxford St.), London, and sold at Is. i^d.,
is. 9d.. 4c. 6d. us,, 32,, and 33s, each Bos
and Pot.
EeTREWARE OF AMERICAN COVN>
TERFEITS. Purchasers should look to the
Libel on the Pot and Boxes. If Ihe iddrrs*
li not 5*3 Oxford Street, London, they its
spurious.
un-
V.;:   ') .Hid Grandeur of Scenery
"   i. - in  unequalled, nnd iu tho
■>   ot   tint'k,   train   service,   etc.,
.usi is omitted Hint enn ndd to tho
i« nnd Ccmi'urt of its pillions.  All in
. it gives Iho lust aud most serviceable
!■ of travel, whether for business or
.line,    betwet'u    Portland,   Taooinn,
itie, Vieturin, nnd all Paoiflo   Coast
11 Is, niul  Winnipeg, Minneapolis, St,
id, Chicago, St. Louis, Ottawa, Torontn
nli en I,   Ilostoi,   New York aud i~.
litem ci ■;>.'«.
THROUGH TICKET8
. :■ A to nil piiiicipiil points in Hip
. Cnnada md Europe, at
II "oa.
. tu\ IXG, Fj eight and Passenger
' 1, G vt. St., Viotoria.
•  > ' cite /geut, Nannlma
n      K. ncd I ,.ssi nger .>. g ut
Printing and Binding.
Munroe: Miller,
DUCK'S BUILDING, JOHNSON ST.,
VICTORIA
Dr. J.  Collis   Browne's,
CHLORODYNE.
THE ORIGINAL and ONLV GENUINE!
•jAdvice to invahds-If you wish to oM*«
relief from nam and anguish, to calm and
assuage the weary achings of protracted
disease, invigorate the nervous media, and
r--gulate the circulating systems ofthe body.
you win provide yourself with tnat marveli
ous remedy discovered by Dr. I. Collis
Tirowne llale Army Medical SlarT). to which
he gave the name of CHLORODVNF. *nd
which is admitted by the profession to be tie
most wonderful and valuable remedy ever
discovered. '       '
CHLORODVNE is the best remed,
AsZa        "*   ' ConsumPtion. B'onchitis,
CHLbRODVNE acts like  a  charm |„
srfS.;,'slhtonlys^ci»ctek"
CHLORODYNE effectually cuts short all
CHLORODVNE is the only palliative ia
*>«&* Rheumatism, Gout, Cancel"
Toothache, Meningitis, &c, &c.       v""cl,«
From
Has the most ooraplet.i 11ml  thoronclily well I
eqoippeil Friutina il.,tablisliment in Vie Pror*  '
ince.    Newest styles in typo nre being added.
With rapid preeaea and besi of workmen, tie Is In
a position to turn out good work ut reasonable
BOOK-BINDING & BLANK BOOKS
af ail kinds to order is a specialty. Hie work h-
guarantees to be equal to thu b. si, nod at i.rico
always reasonable.
Onlcm from tlie com,try nnrl corrceptindtnct
will roi'oise prompt attention,
SUBSCRIPTION;
Por l'rar.   •
Pit Mnnlh,
L.   G.   McPHILLIPS,
BARRISTER, ArrORNEy,AND SOLICIIDK
(Of the Province of Manttobal,
OFFIOB— WHETHAM    BLOOK,    CORDOVA
8TRCET, VANCOUVER,  B. 0.
1 00
an cm,
-OEHCIEI
Courier
'rintiiig & iuLkhiiig Co.,
[CIMITED.)
ROUNSEFELL 6V- CO.,
Real Estate, Insurance and General Agents,
CONVEYANCERS,   NOTARIES   PUBLIC
Money Loaned on Best Terms.   Estates Managed
CORNER  CORDOVA ANDCAMSIR STRF.RTS.
P! O. SOX 158. VANCOUVER, B. C
Notice of Removal.
E. G. PRIOR & CO.
Victoria
Iron & Hardware
MERCHANTS
Have Removed to their New
Comer of Johnson and QoTeeauuat
A MY PERSON WISHING TEAMING  DONE
**   in any part of the city nan have thc same rlone
liy f.i!ling[cn
f. TIPPETT,
At Nicol street, adjoining the lotBof Oave Jcnner
ten a>4—if
I
s.i.-,,te,|.,,fsi,r;rsis.'
JMoi To J. T. Davenport, Esq., 3, G?e.t
Russell Street, Bloomsbury,' Loidon3, d"J
Sir -We embrace this opportunity of con.
gratulaling you upon the widesp/ead rep"
ration Iik justly esteemed medicine, ffl?
Collis Jrowue's Chlorodyne, has earned f, t
■se.     not only,,, 1IinJost        Jffi**
,,, a.ren>edy of general utility,
we much   ,.-st,on whether% better is im!
pore,   mlo ,lVoun,r,.,  and  we sJiaUU
' ttt r S?"^ "' ,ir",in* » ^" ^ eve V
Anglo-Indian home. The other brands "g
arc  happy to say, arc now relegated to Ih.
wac Lev'iT- M,^*nm thersala
we fancy their so um (here will be but
evanescent Wo cbuld multiply 'Ll..";
infinitum of the extrawdinary efficacy of
Dr. Coll,., Browne's Chlorodyne in Diarrhcr
and =nd Dysentery Sp„lmSi £"rZ'
Neuralgia, the Vomiting of Pregnancy and
». general Sedative, that have oei.rred
und.r our personal observation during »«»
years. In Choleraic Diarrhcea, and evra if
Ae more terrible forms of Cholera itse^we
have witnessed its controlling poWer vj!
have never used iny „,her foini of thi.
medicine than Collis Browne's, from a firm
conviction thai ,t is decidedly the best, and
also from a sense of duty we owe to the pro!
fcssion and the public, as wc nre ofthe
oDinior. tnat Ihe substitution of any other
than Collis Browne's, is A DEI IHF» a~i?
BREACH OF FAITH ON THE ?ART
OF THE CHEMIST TO PRFSCRIRP
AND PATIENT  M.IKE.     R?
he  Ph,U°l"Sd $7"'/tifa "?»*«»'
^o^c^he^^^^"1'
CAUTION,- Vice-Cnancellor Sir W.
Page W ood stated that Dr. J, Cgllb Browre
wis, undoubtedly, the inventor ofChloro.
dyne; that the story of the defendant, FreT'
man, was deliberately untrue, which, la
,(,Sen^} '0,«ay. had been sworn to -St. -
'The Times," |nly 13, 1884.
Sold in bottles at Is. i,t.,d., tt 0,1 <s.
Od., and ns. each. None is oenqine witfi
out the words "Dr. J. , on^Brow^
Clilorodync' on ihe Goveynwent .tarnr.'
O.crwhelming medical testimony acconi
panics each bottle. ■      ~-i-ou|
.    1  — Caution—Beware of  Piracvltiii.l  t«,i..
MeltlLLICAN A ANDERSON, Agoat.  llons' ' ~
•"f*swa«.
Now is tlie lima to
Your Doors and Windows
Keep ont the Gold and Rain 1    net, your
Wenther Strip* of the   Biohmonu
Whsthir Strip Co.
iii<w»i<*fejLjaMjsj,'
i.~. •>.
iSole Manufactures^-J. T, pMeBport, ;j
f}r .'at Russell Street, Blopma]!nrv Lnpdtio iak\\3**it:
,.#
'^
i la VI i
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■ frill VI
MM   x-CQTJBIER
THURSDAY, APRIL iSth,   iS8n.
LOCAL AKD GEmSRAL,
Railway Service.-—On  Good  Friday
j nnd Easter Monday, tho train service be-
11 ween tins city and Victoria will be the
! same as now obtained on Saturdays KM
-Sundays.   Trains. will leave Nanaimo at
TeLWBone EitbksioH.—A telephone) Exchanged Pulpits -Rev. .lames Mil-
line will he erected between this city and I lar, the esteemed pastor of the Pi-esbv
the East Wellington collieries. | tcrian church in this city, returned from
Hanb Pbactice.—The Nanaimo Band
had a practice last night. We may expect great competition now, nnd cons--
ijuenlly good muaic,
fBEHOH CHEEK AND VIOIIflTT.!
Seed tirbe iS over, and the farmers nre
Having a recreation.
 _ ,    Settlers continue to arrive and select for
ft :04 a. m. and 3:10 p.m.   Tickets for the ! themselves a home in this thriving local-1
round trip will be issued at a single fare,  ity. i
Considerable laughter has been  dis-'
liar Goons.—Spencer A Perkins are
always to Ihe front. Their goods are new
and choice, ami tlioir prices are marked
in plain figures, so (hat he who runs mav
read.
pi yedovi r a farmer inquiring through
the Family Herald how to get lish out of
hogs.
Victoria  Tuesday  evening.   Mr.  Millar     Tlie rivers antl tireekB In the district
ixchanged pulpits on .Sunday last with  abound Willi salmon and trout, but they
Kev. D. Eraser, M. A., and preached nn ! are very difficult to capture owing to the
I'loipient sermon id Mr. Frnser's   church 'extra flow of water
from the text "The rich   and   poor meet:     , . . •' . i.  . ^    ,
together the I.or.1 is the maker of them I    A happy event is expected to ake place
nl] •• shortly.    The bachelors intend  to eel-
lebrate the affair, as it is very amusing and
"* " pleasing to them
PERSONAL,
Piano Ti'ninci.—Prof.
Mr. D. Mcliaren has returned from the
Textida gold Acids, whither he hns been
seeking his fortune. The smiling countenance of I km indicates his success.
A. Angeman, of: bM' »»•»* *  *'>1J« «™ «. the
toT,,!*^ I-i.    I   "        ,      . i,l
to tune or repair  organs  and   pianos  al, in the city. ! French Creek  at tt late liottr oile nighl
reasonable rates. Order* left at this offier. I    r> Hint ..i....... ,r il .i».a   _ i i>  ,.-      i last week were somewhat surprised to
will be promptly attend'I to! '! ar  sto ,Xt t'l e ofeffilotel ** ^ mef s T^ tha'. ^t Fmt !*B
fi-mmMm  t * on'in vuiuiii iiuini. I garb parading the roads in his sleep.   It
• i beet   iNTBOVHaOWtB,—The  corpora-1    T. Hughes  returned from   Victoria bv j was with the greatest difficulty that he
lion workmen weiv  employed vesterday I the midday train. ....
lilling up the had places on Commercial j    J. Heir and .1. Smith, both of the'lron-
dale Smelting Works, went to Texada on
the Ferndale last night.
street with gravel. After rain in the future people will not need to borrow a
spade to resurrect their shoes.
IWarino fok TnE QoBta's Birthday.
—Mr. J. Lewis was exercising a horse on
Commercial street yesterday. We suppose
that the local sports are preparing for the
Oueen s birthday and sincerely hope there
Will be some inducements for visitors from
other cities to come to Nanaimo.
Removal.—The firm of B. Aaronson ci
Co., clothiers and outfitters, on Commercial street, is about to removeto Bullock's
brick block, Victoria Crescent. As soon as
the necessary alterations are completed
they will open tip with an entire stock of
now goods.
"Off."—Our "best reporter" is as
usual away "off." Had he in his "runt-
ling" made the proper inquiries he would
bare fount] that ladies were carried on a
the special trains to Victoria on Monduv
evening and Tuesday morning. Fare's
were not exacted of them cither.
Mrs. Morrison arrived on the Ferndale
yesterdny.
The Coirier acknowledges a pleasant
call from Capt. and Mrs. Hughes, Purser
Copman and M- Creamer of tbe »teamer
Ferndale.
Joseph Reid, general agent of the Mutual Life Insurance Co., of New Vork, the
strongest in the world, 1* in the eity on a
btisines* trip.
(i. A. Huff, J, P. of Alberni wrsin town
yesterday on his way to Victoria.
The many friends of James A. Cohen
will be pained to learn that he is lying
daugerously ill of congestion of Ihe brain.
was awakened and afterwards perruaded
to retrace his steps from whence he came.
He mr.de some "grave" and very amusing
inquiries in regard to his location, which
were responded to with great aniaiement
by the travelers.
SHIPPING NEWS.
The ship Rufus E.  Wood sailed for Na-
I naimo from San Francisco yesterday,
v. c. co.
I    The steamer Ferndale, Captain Hughes,
arrived from Port  Townsend  yesterday,
Police Coi-rt.—In tbe police court yes- j '}ntl nfter taking on  a supply of  coal for
tertlay aftornoon Kliphen, a Nanaimo Indian, was sent down   for one  month for
fuel, sailed for Texada to loud iron ore
FKOM   NEW   WESJIINSTEK.
The steamer Emma arrived  earlv this
being drunk.
w^!^'1^"'chflr^d ,witl1 f^T MOrutag from New Westminster with a
"j,"VW ° IndillnB' was released on his j SCOw loaded with 40 tons of hav, in tow,
own recognizee. I0r Haglam & i^ logging, camp, above
Artistic—Not  satisfied   with having'lhc Sevmour Narrows,
one of the finest buildings in  Nanaimo,; roa texada.
Messis. Pimbury & Co, nre fitting up the j The steamer Rustler left at 10:30 last
inside in a most artistic manner. They '• n's°nt 'or TexRda and northern ports with
have now added to their inside fittings j 'fight and the following passengers: R.
four magnificent show cases, which for I Evans, G. Jones, A^ Dnnlnp, I.. Law
SPECIAL NOTICES.
The Great Rr-.ii.—Owing to the immense number of purchasers visiting Ma.
Bullock's: establishment oo Saturday
anxious to take advantage of his disposal of
his slock at cost, he aad his clerks were unable to attend a great lumber of customers.
He regrets that so many went away unserved, and if possible he would advise some
•f his friends to shop in the morniig when
they could be better waited upon.
"Peg Top" cigars; four (or a quarter at
the Little Wonder Cigar Store.
J. H, Hubert.
Before purchasing any groceries, dry
goods, jewelry or any other merchandise,
commit the advertisements in the Courier,
The first of the season Riverside oranges,
navel oranges and new cabbages can be
obtained at George Cavalsky's. *
Stylish prints, embroidered drewes,
handsomo new Freni-h dress goods, wt ler
ed nlushcs just received at Arthur 1'nl-
locks. *
We advise all our friends who want new
hats, shirts, underclothing or neckwear to
avail themselves of the cost price sale of dry
goods at Arthur Bullock's.
J.EPLEACE,
—naAia* in—
HABDWAlB,    ttOVEl,    WITS,     OILS
ROPE, GLASS, RIFLES,
CARTRIDGES, PAIKT
BRUSHES.
Tin and Sheet Ironware,
READY MIXED PAINTS,
NAILS, BUILDERS HARDWARE AND CARPENTERS'
TOOLS,
.a-
A Full Assirtieiit at Lowest Price*.
Victoria  Crescent,
NANAIMO. B.C.
DON'T STOP
UNTIL TOtr ABUTS AT
11 Fraser's
Where  you   can get goods
LOWER than at East-
generul
on the
a good
rence. E. Priest. C. E„ J. Elgeson. M.
Manson, wife and four children, T. Roy
and L. McDonald.
WBLLTNOTON,
The steamer San Mateo is  loading coul
beauty of design, neatness and
workmanship cannot be excelled
Pacific coast and that is saving
deal,
Mis-n  the Paint.—Captain Revely of
the steamer Isabel is nothing if not snrr.18-1 for San Francisco,
tic.   The Isabel had received  a  coal  of'    The steamer  Wellington is in  the Bay
paint and a passenger reclined gracefully ; waiting to load coal for San Francisco.
on the newly painted railings, wearing ft I    United States steamer Pinta,  after tak-
new pair of Sunday go to meetings.   Tho ■ ing on a supply  of coal, Bailed  yesterday
captain eyed him quietly for a short spala : for Port  Townsend, thence to  San Fran-
of  lime  and   tli^-i   casually   remarked' cIhco.
"|.ranger that paint costs money." , from victoria.
Texada Triples.—L\ Priest, C. E., was     The steamer Isabel arrived from Vlcto-
a passenger on the steamer Rustler lust ri» last night, having on board the follow*-
night for Texada.   He  will  survey  the j^w Roberts^ A ^     R BUntlDlt
claim* in dispute between the Vancouver     Consignees :-A R Johnston.  Davis A
syndicate and the company  owning  the Beveridje, J Wilson and Warwick.
Surprise mine.   J. Elgeson went to Bute -"mi     . . — ,,       •   j <       tr-
Inlet to start a logging camp.   R.  Evan* \. J„h, ^«'"."K Amelia arrived from Vic-
took his dog "Bluchor" to Texada to  us- &^Wjil!r$*--!l**!«? I^atity of
, suit him to carry his "sack" back.
Manson's Music—M. Manson is taking
a handsome harmonium to the northern
wilds. He left it a moot point as to tbe
ultimate destination of the instrument,
and also a matter of conjecture as to
whether he is intending to rival the Apron's calliope, start a Salvation Army
among the prospectors nnd aborigines, or
freight and three passenger*
Consignees:—Hirst Bros., G Bevilock-
way, J E Jenkins, N E P Society, C
Karat, Caldwell A Lewi*, I' Pimbury,
Davis 4 Beveridge, Renwick & Home, A
R Johnston, W M I.angtoo, W Parkins,
K Watkins.
from VANcouvna.
The steamer Robert Dunsmuir arrived
Inst night from   Vancouver with   the foi
inaugurate a song and dance house for tlie lowing passengers:   Mrs Coughland, Mrs
purpose of scooping in the virgin gold of
Texadn.
Booth, Miss Hooper, J Lindsay, P Miller,
It McDonald, T Grand and K Sutherland.
Consignees:—Renwick A Home, N
E P Society, llempsey & Parrott, E Ilird,
W Wilson,*!. Manson, P Gable, E Hughes,
,1 II Pleace, G Bevllockwav, Hirst Bros.,
Foster Bros., J, Hawkins, E Pimbury,
Miss Hooper, A it Johnston.
NOTICE.
loialt & NaDi
On Good Friday, April 19th,
-AND-
EASTER MONDAY, APRIL 2M
The train service will be the same
as on Saturdays and Sundays as per
time table No. 10. Return tickets for
a single fare.    JOS. HUNTER,
Ap 17-23 Gen'l Suptt
Piano   Tuning.
QRDERS FOR TUNING AND REPAIRING
'l*r
alteaded to promptly.
April if-tf
A. ANGERMAN.
F. RICYELY,
Master.
Wanted It Bad.—Two of our well
known citizens, on arriving at Victoria the
other day, being desirous of "moistening
4helr clay, adjourned to a saloon and
,ealled for'the necessaries. While at tha
bar a man entered in a hurry, and Seeing
the brandy bottle on the counter, said lie ALBERNI NEWS-
would take brandv.   A glass was given
him and he filled up, drank it and left. I ~
The barkeeper charged  our townsmen j   The roads in   Alberni and   vicinity are
for three drinks, and only then   <nis it  in a bad condition, und repairs are much
uncovered thnt they had been the vie-  needed
limsofan old ruse. I    Fliriuing operations  are in  a forward
Mail Steamer SUBSIDIES.—The Minis-', state and seeding is about done. There I
ler ot Finance has given notice of resolu- l,a8 hw « largely increased quantity of j
,.__.,.       . 1     1  -,     , 1 potatoes planted this spring, and vegcta-
t!?nS.provl<l'.ng S?r »" «»'>"ftl subsidy of [i011  gon'orally i. i„  an advanced  st.te,
O11 ami After Monday Next. April 15th.
Tlie steamer Isabel will run as follows
calling at way ports:
Monday, 12, noon Victoria to Nanaimo
Tuesday, 7a.m Nanaimo to Comox
Wednesday, 7 a.11 CoRlOX to Nanaimo
Thursday, 7 a.m Nanaimo 10 Cuino
Friday, 7 a.m Comox to Nansimo
Saturday, 7 a.m Nanaimo to Victoria
For Freight and  I'assuge apply on board.
Mar ,—tf
.r,25,(K)0 Sterling for a fortnightly service j more bo, in tact,
between British Columbia and the Ans
Italian Colonics; half a million dollars
annually lor ton yenrs for a fast weekly
service between Canada and Great Britain, making connection with Havre,
Southampton to be the English terminus
and not Liverpool; £15,000 yearly for a
monthly service between British Colum-
liia nnd China and Japnn, or £25,00(1 annually for iv fortnightly service.
A  PARTY   ok  Tourists.—Tho   British i
than elsewhere on Hie
Islnnd.
The settlement is generally prosperous.
A great impetus would be given to the
general prosricrity of thc district were regular connection established with other
place* by steamer. As it now is, there is
no incentive for farmers to go into railing
extra crops, as » market cannot bo had.
The settlement has only been visited by
a steamer once in the past  four months.
TABLE
snowing  the  Dasea nnd   i'larea sf
Court, of A.aizr, IMI.I Prliis antl
Oyer and Terminer, lor IH.
Vear  ISSO.
Victoria—
Nanaimo.   ■
SPRING ASSIZES.
[Ou Vaucouver I,Lad.]
 Monday	
..oth May
.    .th Jun.
But notwithstanding all drawbacks,
y«cht Nyan*ft, Capt. Dewar, owner, which ] Btelty P">8™m Is being made in clearing
.. . . ,     .rieii and burning land, and although   the mi
ls at present conveying a party of English  motion  Ts  not  great,  still  there is a
luviday
[On Mamlund]
New West milliter Wciliu-ftday tst May
Kaailov[» Monday 3rd   June
Clintfin Monday toth June
FALL ASSIZES.
RichfieUI.
Clinton.
(On Mainland.]
 Monday	
— Wednesday. -
 Monday	
 Monday.
lin-ter  >.,WtdtMrgda)   ,
.gin StfttfWl*
asth Stptenl.
[On V:i
tourists around the globe, arrived at Es-, healthy and steady hom* product; pirtb* K»mloopf	
qui.nalt Tuesday evening, from San Fran-• being .numerous,  which   in a  measure,  J^°w«;*i«;i
Cisco.   She had aj-oujdi time of it all the [ maltW up for  what is lacking  in outside!
[C
oria	
aimo	
iUKYMQNT BIOS,,
outer I lln
..Monday....
..Ttlttday,...
.i'-,tb Nir.tir.l'c
. .3rd I'ec-tiiWi
UrAI.F.RS   IN
 I up lor  what is lacking
way up from the Bay City, bnt met  wilh ! immigration.
no injury.   The yacht is one of the finest     vm„e  operntion,  Bro being  pushed i Nanl'o*.
££&^JK.-£& *o,.Tlelf of forward .testily, aud a good catclVisan-
convenience and elegance in  all her fnr-1 *it-ir>ate<l
nishing*.   She will remain at Esnuimsltl     .        '   .„. .        ........
for several days, to afford the partv amp'o i .A "***.mi"ls m,ut:' uecue(J 'n.fl"» thr1':
time to visit every point of interest in the ving district, and the cstaWishment of
neighborhood. | onc would aflord a home market  for the
'excellent  produce which  Alberni produ-
Amska Nkws—Pr.  Hush, Burgeon of.ces.   It is stated that a couple  ofgentle-
the United Slates gunboat Pinta, which i men who are now bore, aro looking over
ba* lieen stationed on the Alaska Coast ?ie P"?13"1'1 "'^ t,',a,t °h^vi'" V**'   We
for the past five years, stated to a Coitjhkb ; "ope they will decide to locate here.
rdpresentatire yesterday that it was bis     „   ,        T~.     *'..
opinion that the United States govern-     B,url»| uscd   ln, n*'l,"nK ven.e*rs wl'h ,e-
ment would   strictly   enforce   President' BlatkabM eccentricities ol grain, are excits-
Harri*on*«-proclnma'tion closing the Behr-' "nca ',ha' frow «P<"> v*"™> >'«». such as
in* Sea.   In relation  to the charges pre-  ,h,e  "£nat> !°S'»™].  mahogany, oak and
fcried bv  Got.   Swineford  against tho' a'lh- The>; we'eh fr01? ,,0O'> to6,°00 pound.,
Alaska Commercial  Company, he says ,m| 'he l*f8e»t •n« ^ ?8Be f,?m ■pers,»
that it i*hi» belief that the'accusation* and Circassia, and cost ia the rough form 15
were mainly true.   Gov. Sw ineford made; '• 4° cen'» * Pound'
a thorough tour of the country, observed: »• «
tot hlm*elf, took copious note* of   tho I    Smoke The   New* the belt  6 cent I VICTORIA CRESCENT
actual condition of affairs and reported I Cirnr in town.    Only 6 cent* at Geo. I " '
aocordinglv. I Cavalsky's. *    j Opposite Provincial Hotel,
New and Second-Hand
j     GOODS.
! All Kinds of Goods Bought,
I    Sold and Exchanged.
em prices.
I THE
NEW   :   STORES
£
>
-i
3
Q
r5
r
T-   3L,  BROWNE   &      O.,
Will Open 01 Friday Next, April 5th
WITH  A CAREFULLY  SELECTED AND
FIRST-CLASS STOCK OF BOYS' AND
GENTLE MENS'FURNISHINGS.
tt
u
0
2
V
J h
All goods marke 1 in plain figures and at CASH PRICES.       »
8 T. L. BROWNE & CO.,   -   Next door to Spencer & Perkins., F
■ VICTORIA   CRESCENT. W
^ Bvorytoody   is   Invited, 2
GRAID CLEARANCE SAL]
—i,oa.-
30 Days Only 30
—COMMENCING.—
• ATTJRDAY,    APRZZi   7«H,   *******
Just  to hand a beautiful stock of
Gold and Silver Watches
AKXAC3.  Oloolts
At   prices   that   will   surprise   you.
Painters
Skauld call and tee ou inaieate stKk ef
BRUSHES of all Uadi.
TRUNKS, VALISES, LAMP
CHIMNEYS, BROOMS, Etc,
AUCTION SALE oifSATDBDAY NIGHT
4'iri! tc
TO BUILDERS.
TENDERS WILL   |!K RECEIVED; UP
to 6 o'clock p.m. of Tuesday, ihe 2311]
insst., for the erection of a Methodist
church.
Plan and specifications can be seen at th:
office of S, Gough, Esq.
The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted. Address lenders to S.
Gough, Esq. THOS. HOOPER,
Nanaimo^ April 6th, '89.        Architect.
Ap 9-20
QUE EN
Chop and Oyster House,
Long Biidge, Nanaimo, R. C.
OYSTERS   IN   EVERY   STYLK
Raw, Fry, Eaacy Roast,
Plain Roast, Oyster Loaf,
New York Stew, Box Stew, Pan Roast.
FISH : GAME : AND : CHICKEN
ALL  KINDS OP   ROASTS
ICE  :  CREAM-
B3r**Opea day and night. Meals 25 cents
ami upwards. Board and Lodging by Ike
[lav, week or month.
W. H. PHILPOTT, Prop.
apl3-tf
~G. WrBIGGER
VICTORIA,   B. C,
—WILL GIV»—
-IN-
Crayon.lnclian Ink orWaterColom
Th; -^rST WORK on the Pacific
<Y.:st al
N'F '
vnkK
PRIf'K.
Goods will be sold at cost to make room for an entire new stock.
We intend for the future to
BUY FOR CASH AND SELL FOR CASH, |
And our Prices will be LESS than Auction or
Co-Operative Prices.
CASH  - CLOTHING  - STORE,
B. AARONSON Se CO.,   -   Commercial St. near Bastion, Nanaimo, B.(J
March 30—May j
COAL!
v
3D
Vancouver Coal Minini
IND   ZAND   CO.   (LIMITED.)
THE   WELL-KNOWN   NANAIMO AND SOUTHFIELD  STEAM1
GAS,   AND   HOUSE   COALS   ARE   MINED   ONLY   BY
THIS   COMPANY, AT  THEIR ESPLANADE AND
SOUTH FIELD COLLERIES, NEAR   THE
PORT   OF   NANAIMO.
OCEAN STEAMERS AND THF.   LARGEST DEEP-SEA VESSELs]
LOAD AT THE COMPANY'S  WHARVES AT ALL
STATES OF THE TIDE AND RECEIVE
.   PROMPT  DISPATCH.
I. O. O. F.
 ANNIVERSARY	
Ball  and   Supper.
Under the Auspices of
BLACK   DIAMOND    LODGE   No.    5.
IN   TUB
INSTITUTE    HALL
ON
Friday, April 26th, '89.
CALDWELL & LEWIS.
 THE	
Fashionable : Tail
TICKETS     -
$3 00.
VANCOUVER
Furniture: Warehouse.
Have Ihe Choicest Assutmnt ot
Foreign and Domestic
CLOTHS AND TWEEDS,
Cr.OTHS AND TWEEDS,
CLOTHS AND TWEEDS,
 AND	
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
GENTS* FURNISHING GOODS.
GENTS' FURNISHING  GOODS. J
IN NANAIMO.
X* a toast
JOHN HILBERT,
is SF.Li.isr.
Furniture and   Household
GOODS
CHEAPER THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE
IN THE CITY.
Uc.iic.KAL    UliALERS,
ANll
Auctioneers
COMMERCIAL   SI, it
NANAIMO.
VII  in  the  regular way al Ruck-ilottom
I'rices and at the
* t
Saturday Night Auction Sale
TO  THS   HIGHSST BIDDSftS.
POSITIVELY WITHOUT RESERVE,
Bastion, Fro it and  Wharf
Sli., Nanakim, B. C.
*
|CALL   :   AND   I   SEE    t   US.
CALDWELL & LEWIS,
Commercial Street   - -   Nanaimo, B, C.
1 ■ »pl3-lm ' .
George (tol&iys V
PriitMirtit
I oft
I VICTORIA CRESCENT,
Is the place to get your FRUITalwajrt
!      ' the first and best of the season, fee-
I sides if you want
fancy   Artlcl***,
Jew Iry, Pipes and Cigars of which
h" has the bipjest assortment
ill lown  as  well as being
agent for.
McKay's   - London    -  Cigars,
rsr N'.inainiD nnd Wellington.
j fill is tlie place ii,J no other, as he imports
his own goods and saves you money,
Give him a call and satisfy yourself.
Victoria Crescent,
id. H. HILBERT
WIB TUB LAktlUT A«B "1ST
j STOCK Ol
BOOTS AND SHOES IN THE CITY.
Cive him a tnll ttid get ftices.
iMON HOUSE,   ■  COMMtaClAX 61.
{    Mar 13-rf

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