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NANAIMO,
DELMONICO    RESTAURANT,
Cliuroli Street, KTanaimo, jB. C.
DEMPSEY & PARROTT, Proprietors.
Russia is Alarmed at
German Feeling
RIIUY.    MARCH    iSth,    1889.
PUBLIC  MEETING.
The Meeting Last Night Protests
Against the Payment of the School
Tax —Vigorous Resolutions Condemning the tax Adopted.
the
THIS
RESTAURANT   HAS   BEEN  RECENTLY
FIRST-CLASS STYLE.
FITTED UP   IN
FURNISHED ROOMS, SINGLE OR IN
ANY TIME.
SUITE, CAN BE HAD AT
GOOD  SAMPLE  ROOMS IN  CONNECTION.
Peg Top Cigar
Attention.,  Smokers !
fflWei Ft ftj Clears.
I»  THE   BALKAN   STATES.
Ex-King Milan Will Visit Paris in May
—The French Copper Ring
Still in   Difficulties.
The growing popularity of this
statement of the 1
"This is ihe Fines!
plendid CICAR Lilly bears out Ihe
nufacturer, who
No one who has once  used them   will
on its merits, and  is  now  used  throuc
n
Canada.
For   QUALITY',
PEG TOP CK
1UK1V.
Ak.    !■',
se any
lout  the
AND
sale by
ays,
the
other
Market."
It sells
Dominion of
LAVOR  the
Simon Leiser,
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Two
FOR     S A
Million
L E
Bricks
BY   THE
PIONEER   STEAM   BRICK   YARD.
COUGHLAN
Post Office Box 1
&   MASON   Proprietors, VICTORIA,   B.   C.
Johnston & Co,
FOR    SALE
American and Canadian
1 out
PRESSED    URICK     AND    SAANIGH    AND    SAN    JUAN
JOHNSTON & CO.S
.IME,
COAL!
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Vancouver Coal Mining
STEAM,
BY
AND   LAND   CO.    (LIMITED.)
THE   WELL-KNOWN   NANAIMO AND SOUTIIITE1.D
GAS,   AND   HOUSE   COALS   ARE    MINED   ONLY
THIS   COMPANY,   AT   THEIR ESPLANADE AND
SOUTH FIELD COLLERIES,  NEAR   THE
PORT   OF   NANAIMO.
OCEAN STEAMERS AND THE   LARGEST  DEEP-SEA  VESSELS
LOAD AT THE  COMPANY'S   WHARVES AT  ALL
STATES OF THE TIDE  AND  RECEIVE
PROMPT  DISPATCH,
DEPUTIES TO UK PRclKEtTTEl).
Pans, March 14.—In the Senate to-day
Senator Nayquef refused to defend him'
self from charges made against him on
account of ins connection with the Patriotic League. He said he Knew the chamber had condemned him already; therefore he would say nothing in hi's defense,
The Prosecution League was sanctioned
by a Vote of 218 to 68.
The Deputies' Commission apnointed
to confer regarding the prosecution of the
league, rendered a report advising the
prosecution of Deputies Daguerreaux and
Lareat, nnd an excited debate ensued
Paul de Cassagnae defied the chamber to
prosecute General Boulanger, and stigmatized the gorernmentasacoward. The
chamber authorized the prosecution of
the deputies named—384 to 227. Owing
to the excitement of the debate, duels are
likelv lo lake place between M. II. Area*
and Provost M, L. Burdeux, and Cassag-
nac and M, St. 1'iehon and Laguerro,
nussu alarmed.
London, March 14.—The Luba Gazette
asserts thai Russia Is alarmed at the
growing indications of the leanings toward Germany of Balkan stales, and that
she will take immediate steps towards
count*ranting this tendency,
Ex-King Milan—or Count Fakowa, as
he will he hereafter known—finds il
necessary for his health to go to Grata,
wheie ho will undergo treatment for a
few weeks.
At the request of Francis Joseph, the
ex-klng will not stop at Vienna on his
way to Gratz. He expects to visit Paris
in May, where he will haye a chance to
exhibit himself as one of the eights at
that place.'
COPPERBINU   DIFFICULTIES.
London, Manh 14.—The difficulties
iato which the French copper ring has
been plunged have had a most depressing
effect here as regards French credit. Every
one, however remotely interested, isawait-
fng the outcome of the matterand London
financiers fear tlie worst phases are yet to
come. A rumor was going the rounds of
the stock market that the governor and
four deputies of the bank of France had
resigned owing to the bank's action in
helping Comptoir credits by a largo loan.
When the exchange closed, however, the
rumor had not been confirmed. Telegrams
from Paris indicate that confidence in the
bank is shaken and further trouble is in
store for French investors.
ANOTHER I.ETTEB FROM PIGOTT,
London, March 14.—At a meeting at
Ely last, night Sir William Vernon Hai-
eourt read a letter written bv Pigott in
1886 to Sir Hugh Cbilders, offering to sell
the secrels of the alliance between the
Tories andJParnellltes.
Dl'II. PREVENTED.
Belgrade, March 14.—The interposition
of Ex-King Milan has prevented a duel
between M. Mihokova, chief nf his stall,
and M. Belimarkovia, one ol tho regents.
AT HIS DISPOSAL.
London, March 14.—The Times in declaring the charge against the government to he unfounded says: "While the
ease for the Times was proceeding official
information was placed at the disposal of
Mr. Soames, and now that the other side
ofthe ease is to he opened, doubtless
similar Information will be at the disposal
of Mr. Lewis if he thinks be can make
use of it."
REICHSTAG, OPENED,
Berlin, March 14.—Tbe Reichstag was
opened  to-day.    Prince  Bismarck   was |
present   but did not  speak.   The  Emperor expects to romove to Fredrlchstron
by the first of May.
AMERICAN 1IASE BALL.
London, March 14.—The American base
hall cliihs played to-day at Crystal Palace
before a large audience. Score All America
1, Chicago 8.
ROTIIERIIAAC   WIXS.
London, March 14.—At Kenipton Park
March meeting, race for Sunbury hurdle
handicap of 600 sovereigns was won by
bay colt Rotberham.
ASSUMED BV  De'peEYOENET.
Paris, March 14.—M.   De'   Freveenet,
minister of war, has assumed tbe" duties
of the late Admiral  Jaures,   minister of
marine.
FACTORY STRIKE.
London, March 14.—A strike among
factory operatives at Lille is spreading
and it is feared that it will extend to
Reubaix.
AM, QUIET IN SAMOA.
London, March 14. — Advices from
Auckland state that all is quiet at Samoau
Islands. Germany has abandoned martial law proclaimed some weeks ago and
does not now claim the right to search
vessels in Samoan waters. War ships
remain at Apia. Dispatches at Auckland
show that there is no basis for tbe rumors
of the naval battles that was said to have
been fought between German and American war vessels.
MONUMENT TO RSIPEROR WILLIAM.
Loudon, March 14.—Xlic Silisian diet
has voted to appropriate 200,000 marks
for the purpose oi ereetirg n monument
to Emperor William at Breslah. A syndicate composed of Berlin linns will send
an agent lo Morocco shortly. The agent
will he provided wilh introductions from
members of the 'recent Morocco missions
and will make arrangements to open trade
between this countrv and Germany,
Last evening nearly seventy-live representative citizens met at the city hall in
response lo a call for a public meeting t,
consider what steps should be taken in
connection with the demand made by the
local government for a sum to defray
school expenses.
His Worship Mayor Bate occupied the
chair and called the meeting to order
shortly after eight o'clock. Mr. Hanoi
was elected unanimously to the position
of secretary.
Aid. Webb said the council bad doul
is much as possible In Ihe matter bul
they must have the support of the citizens
to help Ihem, otherwise their actions
would have but little if any weight.
Sir. Moffett considered that the matter
should have been attended to atan earlier
late and that now it was too late for any
steps to be taken which should weigh with
th» government.
The mayor said that at the time the
oucstion was first brought to their nolic
last year, the council had sent a memorial
to the members from this district protesting against the measure, but it bad been
of no avail.
Mr. Moffett then inquired what slepp
the government were taking to enforce
'be measure. The mayor replying said
'hey had already sent in the account and
;f it was not paid might put it In a lawyers
hand.
Aid Webb said n lew days ago he san
Mr. Thomson. M.P.P., and bad asked
him if it was wortli while for the council
to send another memorial down when be
had been met witli the reply that it would
be useless as they still had the one sen!
down last year.
Dr. Praeger said ties had the following
resolution which he bad been requested
to lav before the meeting.
Whereas by an act lo provide for the
maintenance of public schools in the
province of British Columbia, entitled
"The School Tax Act, 1876," subsequently repealed—but re-enacted as the
"Provincial Revenue Tax, 1888"—that
every male resident above the age of lp
fears is required to pay an annual tax of
three dollars for the purpose of meetim.-
school expenses, and whereas such tax
has been already collected within the city
of Nanaimo,
Be it resolved that Ibis meeting condemns the action of the Government In
demanding the sum of nine hundred and
sixty dollars, snd expresses its belief that
rtlich demand is illegal and unconstitutional.
Dr. Praeger speaking to the resolution
said: The school tax of 18S(i stated that
to provide public schools in the province
of British Columbia every male resident
over eighteen to pay $3 annually. The
title was afterwards repealed and "it was
called the revenue tax. He failed to see
why tbe citizens of municipalities should
be obliged to pay the double tax for the
same purpose.
The" resolution was seconded by Aid.
Hilhert
Mr. Chas. Wilson was of • the opinion
I bat a clause should be inserted in tlie
resolution stating that the eity ot Nanaimo
refused to pay the sum demanded.
Aid. Hilbert wished to know if tlie citizens would back up any law expenses incurred in contesting tbe ease.
The resolution being put to vote was carried unanimously.
Mr. Haper introduced the following
resolution;
liesolyed, That the meeting request Ihe
mayor and aldermen to resist the payment of the sum demanded by the government.
Seconded by Mr. Wilson and carried
unanimously.
Ex-Alderman Hilbert said at the time
the bill came up In the council he made a
resolution slating that the municipality
refused lo recognize it in any shape or
manner whatsoever.
The resolution passed unanimously.
Mr. Hilbert moved the following reso-
tion, which was seconded by Mr, Moffetl
and carried unanimously:
That this meeting requests Ids worship
the mayor to instruct the city clerk to
Communlcato with the mayor of Victoria
with the object of taking combined acli.m
in the event of the government commenc
ing legs! proceedings against these cities
to recover school Int.
Aid. Abrams expressed himself as bring
in   favor  nl  this eity taking the same
Aid, Hilbert was iu favor of making
overtures to Victoria and the two cities
contesting the legality of the case, if s
test case was made poor little Nanaiim
would be the victim.
Mr. Moffetl offered a resolution bul
subsequently withdrew It.
Ills Worship wished the phrase "eombin-
enaction" In the resolution interpiel id foi
himgeH and colleagues in the council, and
|f it was intended that a case wa-
uroughl ngainsl Nanaimo or Victoria, tin
other municipalities should bear half of
th* expense, lie was informed thai thai
was the correct version.
II was moved by Mr. Randall, seconded by Mr. Moffett, that a copy of tin
resolutions passed be sent to both members forthls district, and also lo the Provincial Secretary.   Carried unanimously
ihe meeting then adjourned, after re-
•uniing thanks to the chairman and secretary,
THE LEGISLATURE.
UNITED STATES NEWS
Opium Smugglers in Dakota
Receive Punishment
FOB  VIOLATING THE LAW.
The Ssnato Confirms a Batch of President   Harrison's.  Nominations.
NEORO RAPIST  SHOT.
Tesley, Va., March 14.—The negro
Marirruder Fletcher, who criminally assaulted Mrs. MacCready several days ago
was lynched aboul three o'clock this
morningi Jailer Samuel Metson was
aroused at two o'clock by twenty-five
masked men who demanded the keys of
the jail. Mr. Metson refused tn'giye
them up.   He was told that if he did not
lis house would be burned. Depufv-
iheriff Benj, T. Metson, who bad been
iwakened by the commotion, came to the
in ne and (old the jailer that he had
better hand over the keys, which lie did.
The lynchers then went'to Fletcher's cell
 1 the prisoner was carried out.   He did
ol demur.   The doors to the jail were
stened by tho lynchers and ihe keys
returned to the jailer. The negro was
I'd!) hurried off imd hung lo Ihe limb of
Ires on the edge ofa lake about two
miles from here.
The House metal 2:20 p.m. on Wednesday.
Hon. Mr. Turner presented a return o
ill assessments called for by the House
Hon. Mr. Turner also presented tin
public accounts up to the 81st December
which were on motion referred to the pub
lie accounts committee.
Mr. Bole moved (he second reading o'
tho "Conditional Sales Bill."
Mr. Bole said he had given di     ni tin
ind he expe ted thai  tl ti bill would bi
irtnted and distributed.    Redid nol wlsl
to have il lefl i ver foi   ui otbe   wi  ',,. 'ml
is tho lb use had nol had nn opportunity
il examining tho bill, was willing to allow
it to stand over until Thursday.
The bill accordingly stoo 1 over.
Hon. Mr. Humphreys stated that the
idjonrnment of tho debate on tbe second
vading of the Mineral Ai ts bill was taken
:o that the Attorney-General   might Bet
f the bill could nol be made wider In Its
-cone, to benefit others In sides n im rs,
Hon. Mr. Davie thought that il would
lie well to accept the bill as it stood. He
was not at presen! prepared to submltanj
amendments.
Mr. Mason was of the opinion that the
lull would not work well in isolated districts, as some hon.members suggested t<
have it general in its application. He
'mew that it was badlv needed in Cariboo
He advised that the bill be referred to
tbe select standing committee on mines.
Mr. Grant advised that the Gold Commissioner, in the settlement of Intestate
estates select two oilier responsible1 parties to act with him. lie thought that
this arrangement would
oral satisfaction.
Col. Baker supported the suggestion
thrown out by the hon. member for Car-
lbTi™, \r   u      , ■,,.,,   , I Arthur O. Millette, to be"governor of Da-
■rJ.T^ll ^'nt'P7T   ll,ri1 llH""    kola; Luther B.   Richards,  secretary of
assumed that the bill  had been reported j nakota; Cornelius 11
the  committee  on   mines  to (lie
give more gen-
OPIUAI S.ML'aoLEES.
Rial i.ircjc, Dnk., March 14.—The opium
- ' " "ii" trial wns closed in the United
Slides court here last evening. In the
i" of Curren, the old man arrested for
transporting opium from Canada to
Dakol the jury disagreed, standing
eieht for acquittal and four for conviction.
i'urren then changed his pleading of not
euiltv and pleaded guilty to a charge of
facilitating the transportion of opium,
bnl not to intentionally do any wrong.
After conference with attorneys, tlie case
against Curren was dismissed and sent-
i nee on the charge to which be pleaded
was suspended. Leonard, the Denver
man, ^as sentenced to seven months in
penitentiary. It Is believed that the
action in the case of Curren means that
1 e will furnish evidence that will lead to
tho arrest of those connected with tlie
opium fraud carried on for years.
APPOINTMENTS.
Washington,   March   14.—Tbe  senate
confirmed  the  following    nominations:
! Arthur O. ""'
from
house.
Mr. Nason had no objection to referring
the hill to the committee on mines if such
was the wisli of the house. He, however
thought that the bill was simple enough,
and could do no harm as passing as it was;
vliile lie felt certain it would do good.
On motion tlie order for a second leading was discharged, and the bill was referred to Ihe select standing committee on
mines.
I In motion, the order for a second reading of Mineral Bill Xo. 81, (Mr. Higgins),
was also discharged, and the bill referred
in tho select committee nn mines.
NOTICE   o»  MOTieN.
Hon. Mr. Davie—To   introdut
entitled "An act to amend   tbe
ment Act.'"
e  a bill
'Assess-
SP0ETING   NOTES.
Hanforil, chief jus-
lice of the supreme court of Washington
territory; George W. Irwin, marshal of
Molilalia territory; Smiley V. Chambers,
United-States attorney for tlie district of
Indiana; George S. Bachelor, of New-
York, to be assistant secretary of the
treasury; Albert G. Porter, minister to
Italy; John A. Erander, minister to Denmark.
orvosoi sUrr.
New York, March 14.—Judge Lawrence
has ordered a rehearing of the petition of
Mrs. Bishop for a divorce from Washing-
Ion Irving Bishop, mind reader,. Tlie referee reported in favor of granting tlie
divorce, but Judge Lawrence considered
tlie evidence insufficient,
llltO   FROM   NEULEOT.
Brooklyn, March 11.—Mrs. Dewey.
wife of a well-known New York wine
merchant. George Dewey, died of con-
sumption a week ago. She wasa believer
iu "christian science" and refused medical treatment lill within a few days of her
death, when Mr. Dewey insisted in calling in Dr. Fish. The physician found her
[nngalmost gone and recovery impossible.
ilr. Dowey bad been inclined toward
"i hristian si ience" but be is now dispos-
" I to make trouble for them and (be matter is now causing considerable discussion.
Inspector Brynes, of New York, has
informed Jack Dempsey that lie would
not permit men to spar in a proposed
match in Madison Square Gardens, . :■
if they encased tin ir hands in pillows.
Jim llait, who is Spi I ling's igent in
America, has written Seen try Hawley,
saying Hint the , :.;■ agoi and III Americans would play .a i 111 v. on April
17th.
The Ohio Yacht Club, ol "<' ledi    has ranchman nam d C,  Mih-oy
handed in ils resignation from the Inter-
lake   Yachting   Association,   giving  no
reason for tlie action,   Ii is rum
there is war in the Toledo camp.
In his book "I.if- W'iih the Trotters,"
hich is a 450 page volume,  Jol
nces ;; ■ tlie
Flinl
CATTLE OWNER KILLED.
Cro k,    Moil,   Marcli
stand the citv of Victoria had. which was j ™lates •"" interestir, i ex]
to refuse to "pay the amount. The Vic- ' V,'.'"''' S'.fS V," ",' ""."V"'.* M" ""■''
toria council even instructed their mayor i'u> a1"' Maine Hunter. .:!-•.,.
not toseton the schoolboard. [Applause.] K. 1-:. Springer, who has signed with
Mr. llaslam said lo let the Government I Hamiltou, is a Detroit boy and brother ol
take Ihe initiative and if should be found O. il. Springer, of Detroit. Springer hi s
necessary to contest, for the council to be I been pitching good ball on the const, and
empowered to obtain the opinion of some I may surprise people nexl spring
14.—A
sterday
shot.uid killed PatrickDooley, an extensive cattle ."en".    Dooley'S brother was
mie time ago by Mllroy's son in a
quarrel  ovo    the   ownership   of   son: •
; opi rty,      II ad blood n    then engen-
d,   .'.]        ulminrted in   yesterday's
Mil oy has surrendered hiin-
.   ti irities,
TUB VOKLD ABEOAD.
legal gentleman.
Mr. l'awson agreed with the last
speaker's remarks and said it was not the
place of the city to threaten the Government with a law suit.
Three of Ihe Toronto team of lSh7
Faalz, Crane and  Slaltery.  and one of
1SSS—Pecker—will be  in  the   National
League this season.   Crane and  Decker
( had  been  in the league before they went
Mr. Hilhert was in favor of fighting the i to Toronto.
twreven so far as to give up the charter of     The' Saeraniento  club  has secured a
""Ti,   „  ,      ., ,, .     .   .,  .  warrant for Pitcher Dooms, and will pro-
Aid. Peck said the question is that s(1,.,lU, him crirjiinalh for taking *200
money had been demanded of us, shah „dvanco money and then refusing to sign,
we payor shall we not pay it.   It was not, r, >vim|,| •   tl)at tWl p|tliuei.>a D00ms
a question  ot legality as it  was now law i se.,]0,|
and undoubtedly an unjust one There is:| 'jjniv- O'Brien and Steve Brodie, the
no money in the treasury_for scraping the bridge* jumper, will sail for England in
mud od the streets, let alone engaging iu Apr|[, Urodle will attempt to swim the
a law suit (laughter.) English channel, from Dover to  Calais,
Praeger said although it stood on i ull a „.,,.,.,.,,( *! ytx)
Dr.
the statute it was very questionable if it i
was legal or good law.
Mayor Bate said there was a clause 111
the act allowing municipalities to charge
for entrance to the high school and that
the government thought a portion of the
money would be raised in that way.
-Mr. Pleace thought thegovernuient had
not sand enough lo charge for admittance
to the high school.
Aid. Hilbert said most of tbe M. P. l'.'s
lived outside the municipalities and were
not affected bv the tax.
Mr. McAdie" had thought the matter
ovw and considered that the city could
not afford to pay the extra amount,
Al Ihe big bonspiel at Winnipeg the ice
was in poor condition. The affair lasted
live days. Large numbers of American
curlers were present. The prizes wen-
most valuable. Three hundred visiting
curlers yisiled the opera house on one
night.
The Thirties of Montreal, and the Governor-General's curling club, of Ottawa,
played tbe second half of their ninth In
Ottawa a few days ago. The result was a
tie, and the Thistles Won the Caledonian
medals by two points which lead they obtained in Montreal in the first half ol the
match.
The report of the recent topographical
survey of Knslern Peru mentions a table
aad with an atinoshere "so transparent
that the glittering of acommon quartz bottle can be plainly seen from a distance of
seven miles." The deacons of that neighborhood must find it rathe,- risky to leave
the shady side of the road in warm
weather.
Every city of Spanish America has a
bull ring of its Own, where Sufiday afternoon sports are enacted under the supervision of a licensed contractor, The lioon-
ciiulo of Morelia, hi the Mexican state of
Miohoacan, was recently lined for "repeatedly disappointing his audience by the
piirehsse of aged and underfed animals,
thus-naking the exhibition too tame lo
furnish a fair equivalent for Ihe high rale
Of the gate money." Die sentence adds
thai tne manager of the Sunday festivities
will forfeit his license bV any further neglect in the selection of lull sized and vigor-
ous bulls.
Hill I'Ci; \/l-\
The cities of California are almost emp-
tiod and everybody rushing lo the New
Eldorado beyond Ensenada. Lor map and
description of tho mineral region of Lower
California consult the 8TANDABD ATLAS. Sold only bv B. Lees. Central
Hotel. ' NANAIMO
COURIER
EDITORIAL   NOTES.
AN   INDEPENDENT NEWS! A! EF
Friday, March 16tU, 1SS-).
Mr. James O'Nell is authorizod on be
half of the Nanaimo Coiranuj l.
canvass for subscriptions, advertising, re
ceivopayments and give rceeiptsfor lb.
same in the city of Victoria.
Tascott. il seems, has yel lobe caught.
-Vt 11, our police officers have He satisfaction of knowing that they are now up to
the times. Most towns have had tht'ii
Ta*cott durini' Ihe past year, and wir.
should nol '■'■ ■ .'■■■■' o doubt Tascott will be heard from many times before lie is run lo earth.
Mr. John (Yurie is authorized on behalf of Ihe Nanaimo COURIER tc
canvass for subscriptions, receive payments and give receipts for the same ii
Wellington.
COAL IN WESTERN CANADA.
Capital
Five hundred and twelve tons of lnin|
coal were taken out of the mines al Loth-
bridge, Alberta, one day recently. "This.
with forty Ions of nut, is the largest output for a single day,"says Ihe Lethbridge
News, "since the mines have been running." The coal industry, says the Com-1
merclal, in the territories, is steadily developing, and when the Call railway is
constructed into Montana, as it may he
before another year, the industry will lie
given a great impetus at Lethbridge. The
Lethbridge mine is the only one which
has been worked steadily and continuously since it was first opened. With the
increase ill population, coal mining will
become a vast interest in tho territories.
Almost every day new discoveries of coal
are reported from some portion of Western Canada, and the frequency with
which new coal discoveries have been
made of late would lead one lo suppose
that a vast bed of coal underlies a largi
portion of this country. These coal discoveries are being made al points bun
dreds of miles apart all over tho country.
from Ihe Souris district in Southwestern
Manitoba to the islands of Ihe Pacific
ocean, nnd from the international boundary lo the far northern points of settlement, and beyonJ as far as explorations
have been carried to any extent.
The latest discoveries have been in Ihe
Ked Deer country, north of Calgary,
where immense seams of coal have been
found of good quality. New discoveries
ot eoal have also been made in Southern
Manitoba, within a few miles of the railway. It is quite likely that we will have
coal from the Manitoba mines in Winnipeg before another winter comes around
If the coal in tbe Souris district of Manitoba turns out of good quality and plentiful in quantity, we should have a revolution in the price of fuel here next winter,
In the mountains coal discoveries have
been made at several points, the most important being the anthracite mines at
Banff. These mines, after a temporary
shut-down, have again been opened, and
it is Paid nn effort will be made
to increase the output lo 1,non
tons in the spring. The principal market for this coal is on
the Pacific coa6t. The coal is carried by
the C. P. railway to Vancouver, and ship
ped to California points mostly. Owhip
to tbe distance, these mines being ovel
H00 miles west of Winnipeg, the Banff coal
has not been placed in the market here (o
anyextent. At present the Lethbridge
coal is the onlv native article to be bad in
this market. It is used to a considerable
extent in Winnipeg and olher Manitoba
towns, and sells here retail, at $Saton de
livered, in competition with Pennsylvania
anthracite at $1(1 per ton, and imported
soft coal at $8.50 per ton.
The Lethbridge and Band mines are
the only ones now being werkeil in the
territories on an extensive scale, though
coal is taken out at different points, toi
local use by settlers in the respective districts.
On the Pacific coast coal  mining was
carried on last year nn a larger scale than
ever before, tlie exports from the Vancouver Island mines being -luiijiiiu Ions I'm
the year. San Francisco is Ihe principal
export market for the Vancouver mines
New mines are being opened in the coal
regions of the island, and Ihe output  foi
the present year is ex) ted   lo   show   n i
large increase.
In the Territories tlie country along the I
Rocky Mountains for a distance of 200 !
miles or more east of tbe mountains, and i
for an Indefinite distance from north to
south,  is probably the great coal region ;
of  Western  Canada, though outside of
this area,  as in the case of tbe Souris
district and the coast mines of British
Columbia, very valuable deposits of coaL
are found.   The coal in tbe western portion of the Territories was discovered by I
theOUtoroppingS along the steep banks of
the rivers, and as a matter of fact, little
prospecting Iu s  been  done  beyond  the
discovery of these natural exposures. The
frequency    with    which   these   appear
throughout the country is sufficient, bow-
ever, to indicate thai Ihe coal deposits ol
the region are vast indeed.
The great eoal wealth of Western Ca-i-
ada, is only beginning to be found out,
and doubtless a great many valuable discoveries will yet be made, Enough,
however, is known to effectively remove
any fears ns to the fuel supply of this
prairie country for the future. A few
years ago the question of the fuel supply
for the great prairie res ion of Western
Canada was looked upon as quite u serio",:-.
problem, the problem has now been satis
fi .nt n-ilv solved. 1. O,
Tin:me are some tilings which no one
can understand, and among I hem Is tlio
I attitude of the evening paper on Ihe loan
by-law question. II blows hoi and cold
alternately.   It is in favor of civic  im-
I provements yet nol  willing to pay for
them.   There is no royal road to learning
il is said,   so a city cannot expect to have
improvements made without paying fori .»-■
them.   This paper never look any other        an^imOi
ground, believing as it does that the bene-        oH   I 6X8,1
fits accruing would far more than compen-       Ctm'1 ill Al*
sale iu every way, ll osl entailed. jlvulllv I
APPLICATIONS.
The Municipal Council invite applications
itp lo Munday iSih imi, foi the performance
tf certain duties in connection with tlie ns-
bessor'a i ffice,
Particulars may
thel it) Ck-rlr,
Pt i ons .: ppl) ing will please   tal
they require as cemuncn .■■ a.
The lowest or any application not necei
M'.nlv accepted* S. GOUGH,
M. 6—18 Cily Clerk.
h  had on application to
the sum
A house of ten rooms pleasantly situated
on the Esplainade, well furnished throughout
with cxcellant water on the premises and a
boat house attached.
There k also   in   connection with these
premises a  very  tine orchard «ith all 11le   Cable
staple native fruits.    Will lease for j terra of
ix or twelve months.
Apply at Courier Office. M i if       	
Mp!,
i; ur5: ■ . ■ a
SURVEYORS,   CONVEYANCERS, NOTARIES AND COLLECTORS,
Victoria, B. 5]
Address:
BLODGETT,
Y.-i ncoiaver
la   ItOuto-
MURIEL
IMPORTER "I'
ENGLISH and CANADIAN MERCHANDISE.
I OMMF.KI-1AI.   STRJ
['his Kl am       Ill mail     ■ : .■ cen Na*
naltn .Vancouver and I'cxa .;.    i   r fr<
"1- other ll foi Illation apply l"
TOM BELL.
Agent,  Nanaimo.
P.1JU.
Grand Ball and Supper
V.'II.I, HE GIVEN AT
Wellington en Friday Evening M 15th instant.
Under the auspices "f Wellington Lodge
No. 2.   Tickets admitting Gentleman ami Lady, $2.50, and can
be had from member j of the
committee.
E M.  YAEWOOD,
Solicitor ofthe Higli Court, Ontario,
—AND—
NOTARY PUBLIC FOR BEITIH COLUMBIA, '
Office in Smith's Building, Commercial |
Street, Nanaimo.
Russel! McDonald & Co.,
GENERAL   DEALERS
THE CRESCENT CIGAR DIVAN.
ALF. A. AKGYLE.
For jootl CIGARS, CHOICE BRANDS of TO-
! liACCOS fine .election nf PIPES ami Smokers' outfits, come along boy. to VICTORIA CRESCENT
DIVAN. K..-otf
ANY PERSON WISHING TEAMING DONE
** in any part of the city can have ihe same done
by calling on
I. TIPPETT,
AljNieol street, adjolnrug,tlte lot of Have lenncr.
Feb =4- if
PrOS pGCtUS, auctioneers
Of a Company proposed to he
organ iz<'I as
Courier Printing and Publishing company
(LIMITED   LIABILITY.)
$20,000. in  2,000 shares of
$10 each.
PROVISIONAL DIRECTORS :
Arthur Bullock, John Hilbert and John
Mahrer.
This company is formed lor the purpose nf
printing and publishing a seven column daily
morning and weekly news paper, to be known
as the Nanaimo COURIER.
Tlie need of a first-class daily newspaper
has long been felt—a paper which will devote itself to advancing the social interests
and commercial prosperity of Nanaimo district and surrounding country.
The great favor which lias been shown
towards    the    present    Nanaimo    Morning
Courier, and the substantial support it has
received give the promoters great hopes that
the paper in nn enlarged form (taking Us
rank ns one of the host in the Province) cannot fail but meet with n pecuniary and lasting
success.
The object of this newspaper (being of a
non-political character) is to be entirely independent.
The company have entered into agreements
to purchase the plant, etc., of the Nanaimo
Morning COURIER, which agreements can be
-cen at tlie company's office at Nanaimo.
TENDERS.
Arc invited for the erection of a ihree-
stonr Uriel; block on Church street,Nanaimo.
Plans and specifications may be seen at j
Hawthoruthwatc and Plnnta's office from
Saturday 16th instant to Friday 22nd instant
when tenders must be delivered at tlie architect's office before 12 n.i». The lowest01
any tender not necessarily acci pted.
W, Ridgeway-MMlson,
Architect. Victoria.
P. O. Box474.
COMMERCIAL   ST.
NANAIMO.
Sell   in   the  regular  way  at Rock-Bottom
Trices nnd at the
Saturday Night Auction Sale
TO   THE   HIGHEST   BIDDERS.
POSITIVELY  WITHOUT RESERVE,
FIRST BANK
-CSTAllUSIIED   IN-
Oity 0 Nanaimo „, ,
^^ J '. Roots am!
BANK   OF
Canadian Pacific Navigation  Co,
[LIMITED]
TIME   TABLE   No.   10.
TAKING EFFECT.FEBKUARYJiot, 1889.
BURRAKD INLET ROUTE,
VICTORIA TO Vancouver and Moodyvltle daily
except Monday, at ,t o'clock.
VANCOUVER TO Victoria, daily, except Monday,
at 13:13 o'clock or on the arrival of the C l*.
Railway Train.
PUGET SOUND ROUTE.
S.S, PREMIER will leave as follows:—Vancouver
2 p. m., Mondays and Thursdays, returning
leaves Senttle Wednesday* and Satwdaysatfi
a.m., arriving In Vancouver about 6 p.m., this to
take effect Tnursdayi February 9th.
NEW WESTMINSTER ROUTE.
Leaves VICTORIA for New Westminster, Ladner's
Landing nnd Lulu Island, Sundav* anulbura*
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.
1 FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamers for Hope and way ports leave New Westminster every Thursday:    For Cbilllwhack and
way  landings every "Tuesday and  Saturday at
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 tlie right of changing this
Time Tahle :it nny time without notification.
G.A.CARLETON. JOHN IRVING,
Cen. Agent, Manager,
Whitfield     Bros.,
I IMPORTERS   AND    DEALERS   IN    HOOTS
AND SHOES,
I Shoes niaile to order, repairing n specialty
Victoria Crescent, Nanaimo, B.C.
RED  HOIJSBr
OCCIDENTAL.    HOTEL
This cleg.tnt and
idlous
fflW BRICK HOTEL,
Opposite  tho  E»qmrvmlt   and Nanaimo
Railwaj   Station, having been
leased by the undersigned, will,
after a thorough over-hauling nml lilting up, he
CONDUCTED IN FIRST-CI^SSSWPEE
Donald   8m i
NOTARY PUBLIC, COPEYAM'J
REAL   ESTA11
AND 1N S U RANGE A£E»»i N1
m*eixi.eSk.ixxxo$  Bfc
!«"• »!' P. O. Box-l
Special earn v. ill b(
in to the
I Property for Sa
Dining - Department L,,0T ox *^Z
spared lo satisfy
jnntly fitted up
And no trouble will I"
everybody.    Fin; el
tO-ZEUX*    £=$. O Q B£ S3
&3TSAMPLE ROOM".-";
For  Travellers.     Only    first-class   Wines,
Liquors and Cigars  dispensed   at  the
I'.AU.    We solicit your patronage,
John Decker & Go
fell S If
DON'T READ THIS !
For n First-Glas!
Slump,
1)11(1
Hair Cut, Snave ,
i, go to the
anil Bath
COMMERCIAL ST., NANAIMO, ll. C,
JOHN LEWIS, Proprietor.
PRIVATE ENTRANCE mil LADIES.
M.  11V   HOY Ml,
r.ii'i'iH.
,'l ,
IUASR.)
NTOTICE.
Having disposed of the type and fixtures of
the' Nanaimo Morning Courier to the Courier Printing and Publishing Company, all ac-
counts clue the said paper will be collected
by mi', and ail liabilities of the Nanaimo
Morning Courier will be paid by me n
presentation. ROUT. Tl IDD.
Ncxl   door   to   Hirst's   Uros,,
Commercial Street.
London  Office—98 Cornhill. ondon.     Hrrnchtjs
at San F-ramisu), Portland, <li , Victoria, New
Westminster) Vancouver, Nanaimo and
Kam loops,
AffcntN nnd I'oircHpofMleiilinl
In Canaua—-The Hani* of Montreal ami branches.
United Si .\ 11 s   Ag< nts Bank of Montreal, 59 Wall
Sirrrt, New Vorlcj -Hank ol Montreal, ( liicago.
United Kingdom—Bank of British Columbia, bG
Cornhill, London! National Provincial Hank of e
England; Norti and South Wales Hunk;
ImtUh   Linen   Company's   Bank;
I        of In land.
[ ndia, China, JapQ  . Vustraitaj Ncv   Zealand Hong
Kong   and   Shanghai    Bank   Corporation—
( flatten i Hani    f India, Australia nnd
China. I*, gl ih, So tti -Ii and Australian  t Imit' red   Bank,  Dank of
Austt .11 lia,    1 01 unen ial
Bank I    .. 1 I Sydnei.
Mexico and Sni'Tii America   London  Hank of
Meal '     Vmerlca,
ALEX, MAYER
MARCUS WOLFE,
r '.-. !■■ I'm    ■ ■ ■    mittanci    to anfl from
all poll is can   emai    1 ;ti thi   Bonk al
. 'Mr ni      ■ I,
■ -  -.1 11
tion 'i  bi
an king tr*i i
Krip.
W. D. DEEBLE, Prop.
George Cavalsky's
Alex. Mayer & Co.,
Wholesale and Kct.iil Dealets in*GENBRAl.
Merchandise,
Ordcis   promptly  and  carefully delivered.
SHIPPING SUPPLIED AND SHU'S DIS-
111IRSED.
Commercial  Street,
Nanaimo, B.  C.
Cosmopolitan Market,
33.
Commercial street, Nanaimo, B,c.
<^>T.Ti7J!jSr.lXr^HIXjiX*.
Conseantly on hand a fill assortment ot
Choice Meals and Vegetables.
rPiiitMirtot
—ALWAYS—
A   CHOICE   ASSORTMENT
i.i- tiik I'isiist
MEATS    AND    VEGETABLES
IN 'HIM MARKET.
Froo DtlivL'f'iy to All.PnrtH of tho Oity.
Shipping supplied  .it short notice.
G.  W.  BIGGER
m m
McKay's   -  London    -   Cigars
0rayon,Indian Ink orWaterColors ! ,.'   ,.
J For Aanaim , aiut Wid!
AT  EASTERN   PRIZES.
■SPOIMC   SjHIXjXj ~
llEAl.EII   IN   ,\l I   KINDS  OK
Smokers' Articles, Fruit,Stationary and   Confectionery,
NanaimoEfflploymentBureau
AT
Tom Bell's Emporium
Will be found everything to suit the
taste ofthe most fastidious. Smokers will find it to their advantage
to deal with him as his prices arc as
low as any place in town, and n.
trifle lower. His goods are of the
best. Amongst other things may
be found the famous
Peg Top Gigar
A full line of other Cigars, both
Domestic and Imported; all the
favorite brands of Cigarettes and
Tobaccos; also jewelry, pocket
knifes, stationery, playing cards,
ncvels, Seaside Library, accordians,
harmonicos, candies, nuts, fruits,
confectionery, &C, &C. In connection wilh this establishment is
the
iiiainio Employment Office
, n p- Employers will find it to their advantage
1 lure Bay bxpress: <- *v& ^°gni?> ;■>• '<•<*• «*■ *$■
J r mg help, whicb will   be furnuhed without
Leaves Nanaimo Dally, excepting Sunday,  oharge to employers.   Addnssall enmmuni-
at eleven  o'cloeli n. ni., nnd 3 o'clocl! p.m.,  cations V. O. Box ut.
ROUNSEFELL cV CO.,
Real Estate, Insurance and General Agents,
CONVEVAKCERS.NO s   PuBI.in
  TAPlE
Money Loaned on Bast Terms.    Elintel  Managed,
COHM-.R  COUM1VA AND CAMIIIE STREETS,
P, 0. BOX 198. VANCOUVER, B, C.
LELAND   HOUSE,
PROUT     &    INSLEY,    Proprietors.
Aecnuunodatioii To;
,ACE   STR1
There is n two-^tory hpuse  of un rooms at-
othtr house of seven roDnison tho lot.    KenM
per month; price $i,ooo-$s,ooo 0f which can ,1
on morgragc.
Apply to ROBERT SCOULAR, Solicitor.
Street. Nnnnlmo,
W. R. ROBERTS,
Watch Makers Jewel! ■
NORTH WELLINGTON
Opposite Railroad Station,
Watches and Jewelry LoiikIk, sold and repair
POODLE DOG RESTAURA!
NANAIMO, II. C,
TJ.  .7; 1 m i r son. "Proi
Oysters,  Cakes, Jellies, Ice (""rrr.m,   T
MnniTi', &c,    The only While Labo|
Restaurant in Town.   Menls
from  2? Tilts up.
Strictly Flrst'Clui,
Coi
25 Cue
nicnt to Railway Station and Steamship   llock.
CORNER OF   HASTINGS & GRANVILLE
STREETS.   VANCOUVER.   B.   C.
Albion Iron Works.
(LIMITED)
V       ORIA, B. C.
engineers,  iron    rounders   ,
boiler makers.
works:
on STnnn, oiscovaav a.-.h iibhald sts.
Manufacturers of Marine and Land Engines,
Boilers, Fish Canning nnd Mining Machinery,
Hydraulic Giants and Ripe REPAIRS executed
with dispatch.    \('c-rls running night and day.
BRUNETTE
Saw Mill Co.
'LIMITED.)
Manufacturers unci Dealers In all kinds of
ROUGH  AND DRESSED  LUMBER
Irnlclt   ami   Yaiui-WcsI minster   Avenue,  Palsi
Creek.
Telephone Call .0.       VAOUOUVER,  K.  C,
R.   CRAIG,
General Blacksmith & Carriage Builj
Rrrllon Street Erldge. Kaialn, B, C,
With Ne\VPremises,  Modern Machinery andl
t.'lass   Woilmcn,   all  Styles of WaBons,
Carriages and Buggies will ha bitflt]   '
to  older.
HORSE SHOEING A SPECIALTY.   RF.P»„
ING DONE,
Wm. Blackmore,
A r c li i to o t«  Ktc
OFFICE-422 CORDOVA STREE^1
P. O. YXW 136, VANCOUVER, B.
W.    V.    CHENEY
City    Aiictionoc :■}
OFFICE AT (J
RUSSELL MCDONALD & CO,
Commercial Sticct, Nanaimo, 11. C.
c::;f^rcjal ivullI
LEAMY & KYLE, Props.   "
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
All.   KINHS OF   ROUOH AND
DRESSEP
L  U   M  I   E R .1
D00RR, WINP0WS. BI.IWD8, SHINGLES
LATHS, Tic, Etc.
VICTORIA  CRESCENT,
Is the place toget your FRUIT always
the first and Besi of the season, besides if you want
^cixxcsy    -A.r'tiolois,
J'.'v.'ilry, Pipes :mt| Cigars of which
he has the  biggest assort men I
in town, as  well as being
agent for
Ington,
{ His is the place arid no other, as he imports \
his own goods and saves you money. ,     :
Give him a call and satisfy yourself.
Victoria   Crescent, j N
W.BREDEMEYER,DR.PH.
Minimi Engineer, United Slates and
Provinc at Surveyor and As-
sayer. Vancouver, B. C.
LATE PARTNER OF J. IVTVICKER SALT LAKE CITY.
Reliable reports, underground surveys ami maps
of mines executed at low rate. Assays matle on all
kinds of Minerals, Gold and Silver liars. Thirty
years experienec in mining in Asia, Europe and
United States of America. Speaks ten languAgA).
Assays from a distance promptly attended to.
Addresit Vancouver, D. C. 953->'-
ll
il
TELEPHONE.   Office anil Vnrtli
SOUTH END CAMBIE ST., FALSE 0 i
VANCOUVER;   ll.   C.
c. c. Mckenzie,
Land  Agent, Conveyancer, Account? >9
and Insurance Agent.
C. L. Smith's Duildtngi Button Strea
Money to LOftPOW
121, Nil
returning  nt 9  1,cluck a.m.,   mill 1
p.111.
JAS. HARPER, Proptletof
ick n
L,    G.    McPHILLIPS,
BARRISTER, ATTORNEY AND SOLICITOR,
(OI tlie Trounce of Manitoba),
OFFICE—WHE1 HAM    BLOCK,    CORDOVA
STREET,  VANCOUVER,   D.  O.
CHARLES   CK.IUBF.RLIN.   Manoger.     Soln   Ilcpro.
smlatlre lor B. 0. rl -US TORONTO RIIBilEil
COM OF CA JAJn.
Vancouver Rc 1 Estate Exchange
235 C(rtV3 street, Vancoiiver, B, C,
On-ieit
Naiinii	
Town I.nts.,1,(1 Farms for Sill
Mortgage ;it low ralce.
Agent foi the Glasgow ami London Firs Insunti
Company.
1 iobert   Bcoullar*
Solicitor, Supreme Court, IMwi
Notary public For Brllish Columbia.
Or ritt! :—Front   Strict,   Nanaimo,
[.osite the old Court House.
directly   op-S|
R. J. W.  ATWOOD,
Chemisb &  DruggistJJ
Patent Medicines, Perfu.mervand
Toilet Goods.
tions Carefully C  mpoun   .
COMMERCIAL  BT'REET.IINANAIMO,  B,< 0.1
DEW DROP HOTEL,
IIALIBURTON      ST.,     NANAIMO,
Tliel.pit r.f Liquors anil Cigars will ire dlsnensid I
nt the Uar.
P. O.  liox 1.5
Buslnoasani
Boughti
elepliont (
sir!,-,,.,- I ot
Id Sold. In
Loan Ul-rkri
Hargains
me btucks
 1
s new ptej nreel to fnmi.li first-elasri ac- ,
on fr-.r Boarders and Lodgers..   Hoard
[r.-r month $s6.ob,
SAMUEL HAGUE, - "arx-x:
WANJIMO .CODBIEB ]
Published evw/moraing except
MONDAY
; A.T	
fanaimo,B.C.
■ ■ '- -■-■■ . - .   -
m     ra] B. Aaroifson Ha, ~q~
FOR THE FOLIOWINO— mi        /.     i       /•(.    ,1 . nil
-:..   A,   . ^qJIhU Clothmff Store.!
. .... os   ,„  * .
W     .,„ CALL AND EXAMINE OUR
"ENS-CLOTHING
BLANKETSiS?r5^^|i,Ry.
umb
Douker Bro,„ J. a 0. tlMhw, II.Hcintsman
and Eaveetaif
Ci
t •
Listings Street, East of Carroll, Vancou
.'i'i extensive establishment has just .,
mages,    B„Kiw„
■
Any of th-   ..!...    -
111     ,l,vc  gB0fa
an b. bought cheap foi
WILL liF. KEPI IN
Ac!
EatojMShomngor, Bffilth, Dominion, and U»
'Lridfffl.
...     PUr.o.,Md Organs Mid on timn.   ParmMt. t» i
Bttit.ciisJomora. '
Ih« fortress Importers :>;   DRAflfl   nnmtn^    a '
BTBINBKJi INHTmumeM^  "'|
Sheet Music and Music Books. I
Instrument* otnll kinds turn*, and „paIred.
ViflPQV ^HflPInlP        Having secured il.e bwl    I  ■■'. '   -■
J. A Jit:    IHUtsl.S shod and treati-i ■ latc« hi
rices.     ;      i .,   ■ :
cAM,a„^sii'oM, --„r;T
c     ilUiUflb STOI PP^qSiSE   .r    "":., ,
Coi™.,,,., si™,i, „,„„«,,„ "' ' '"■'■"*•    '-»£
A.  T.  MeNABB  &.  Co
Joseph M. Brown
fhla paper tea Jive oxponentof the   ™J   W-   WAITT  ft    fD
inl„,.u... ,.a «i-.. . - «*     W,
GARESOHE.   GRI
SEN & CO.
Government Street
AJNTKl^-jr^g-
intereBt of
54 Government Street, ''   .  ,   „ „
  '   rtctoria, B, C,
Itainiii ami Vininitir
IsUiliiilliu Quit Flu 11111/
Ait-l is thoroughly
MOTDfflTHr^cgi
„o:.
uius nil the Lulest
I)i
-—AHQ —
t1jvLpetual
™ insurance Comp'y
JL.v Bi.oap JSthef.t, and 1G Fall
Maul, London.
TNSriXUTKD  -  -  1803.
Far  Jriiriiiff  Houses and   otlmr Btiildir.RS,
(ic(j(is, wares. tuVrcIiandiso. Miinufuctunn^aiid
Fanning Ettopk, fliips in I'ort, Hnrbor or Doct,
and tin. cargoes or such vessels; also eliipe,
bulldina or repairing barges ami other vessels on
navigable rivers find canBJs, nnd goods on board
suoh vassals. throughout Great liitnin and Ire-
Jmidnndin Foreign Count riea frnm LOSS Oil
DAM '-■<::. J'V I IKE,    Subscribed and Invested
WELCH, MTHET & 00$
til   .■...   Uril   h rohimbin and Washington i
'j 'fi ritury.
lY
'j•■ 11.' "y.
fhnA fliW<>I.M    : - R»™et& go.,
f (IP AI  liriif
tlii
'i;i in readable sf.ylp, nnrl is
'V.teJ wti'ly each  run ning
i everyone pan have
it nt tlio breakfast
tullu.
CORRESPONDENTS
Iu every part of tlio
PROVINCE!
Ami all the lafesf, ovonts of public
jutcn-pst, are promptly transmuted.
Every question of public
importance discussed
without
FEAR, FAVOR Off PARTI/UITyj
ni tohm, ii. c.
Tmpo ,', is and Commission
Merchants.
■ • •■ for ' m' i llool nnd PI oo Factory)
ii     i I'i ■■■■. ■ i * o.i < . ■;' ii ( i;y AJill - ( <>,
onciierat & Co.,
VICTORIA, B. 0.
IMrOETEM OF
-]•'.:. LIQUOKS, GRO035RIKS,
i KO\ ISiOMS, HAVANA CIGARS
,V'1'iiiu for J. Sclilitzs' Milwankee Iccr,
iSureltn Bourbon Whiskey, Loo-Cum-
liie Bonrbon Wlrisky ami I'lcllerClnrot,
Green Labels.
riOWENBEPGJ/lRRIS & CO.,i
Got ehnm i;.-,"i- 8-ra rnr.
RE ' T, ESTATE AGENTS.
■ ii   '. pnllnnd Ipa«mproper(y.COlleM renta, i
!(■:.■.-.. n ir  ttirngpsund tmnmet all Im i- I
. i !.-.'       i  ;,.    i. i -i'Ail.   Alapaahui "
■,-,•• T. u.-. (li-ii'ittH on ('.I-1 Island mid Ri
. il     iiuai on dei irnblotif c-iiy lots, 1m...,w-
iiiirimd i'Lirni iuiuld, can be oob«
i Bi i -.! atone.
Fronl Street, Nanaimo.
'DlAN
OIFIO
.. -j :\±JU VIZ j
jUHHiHlAl ROUTF
;: , '.vuem Trail -
■■ r:,V: Rfid ihe Atlantic I
'• ,::■! ■■:'  ::■'.'  is the l.'nrsf
•- of Li'xi   i •
■ :'",..;' diavin : ■ ■ ''.;', '•■ m lirtfli
i Ii. Hi It .im [C'liiu iblo nn : ' an
in.ii; «' :-..-: :i i roc Icrl ba
l-o'il i ■ i i  ■ r-rw:n I claps licktln; and
ii : ii-, tli ;•■ ,1; lo i t day coat-lies.
I'K UIMNO CARS AND HOTELS !
I    I     I rjnnlil.t   of fi:i d  iu   un
i  o   ■.:: nlil; al rui i una! It rail i.
'.'.:'':' kid G ;   '   " of    ne'r-v
ii ii        lied, and i:i the
i,I'   In ck.   ! rain    •• rvit •,   etc.,
■■ I  II   ' c>^'i add I" tl'O
I (.'.a     it i.f i    |ia-'inn i. .-Ii in
r. l..-i     , ' ■   i, si sei i '■>''•; bU-
nf iravi .  Kiclb<r for Imaim i s 01
In (turn    I   illi.nd,   'J'i.ci mi
. .: ■ . ia, i ml . I  i'i cilio (■:■'■
.    ■ ■;   ',,' l !■    i i ,    '   ,1 l i ; ; i>llV,   8t,
, :     ,,:.-i. St. t< ins, i llairii, .i ■!-, •   ■
ui ,,.:.   liurit      New Xujlt anil ....
.I, II; {''..L S.
tiif.ough Tickets
'    i,!...1    I,'
Victoria, B. C.
iX-posits Koeeived in (lolcl, Silver and U. S. Ourronoy.   Interest paid on tlie wane
on lime deposits.
Gold Dust and V. fi. Currency purchased st bighesl mnrkel rates.
;"^r" Sife'lit Unifls ami Telegraphic Tninffera on Sui, Francisco, New Vmlc nnd
Oansda.
Bxehange on Luudou available in all purls of Europe, England, Ireland and
Scotland.
Letters o£ Credit issued on the principal Cities of the United States, Canada and
Europe.
tW Agents for Wells, Fargo & Co. Ml
BRITISH COLUMBIA 6'It AM BAKcn
NESBITT, DICKSON & CO.. Proprietors,
FORT  STR.B3BT,
Arrowroot,
Assorted Jumbles,
Assorted Tinners,
Abernethy,
Cabin,
Coffee Cake,
Gheese Biscuits,
Currant Tops,
Ginger Snaps,
Graham Wafers.
Ginger Caks,
Family Pilot.
Fancy Mixed.
Fruit Blser,
Iced Clnger Bread.
Iced Sultana.
OMSIESBITT, DICKSOM & CO.'S B.scu.ts.
ABOVE  DOXJCrtiAH
Lemon Snaps,
Lemon Biscuit,
New York Snaps,
Oat Meal,
Pilot.
Perkins,
Ulcli Mixed,
Soda Crackers
Seed Biscuit,
Sugar Crackers,
Spice Jumbles,
Sugar Cooklos,
Sulti-.na Biscuit,
Vanilla Cream.
Wine,
Etc., Etc.
" FIOE.
J.IT.H, A.B.P.
' %
. uCo,
..TATE B:
CONVEYANCERS, ETC.
Office ofthe C. P. Railway Co., and Cunard
Steamship Line
Agents rorTn ■ ai d Ac* idei I  foanr-
itiic'in, of ll.in/nid. Conn., and J^>ndon
ni d !■:   ■    biro I)Era  Insi ranee ( "
of London.
i —
;    .- ind Debt i hm» roil ,   ('■■-:: ■...r,
C'OMMl      OH R OBK  '1 l: VSSAcl'ED.
■        Hours: 0 a. m. lo 5 p. r.i.
I. :: .    ..■■■   CK,       P.O. Cox 167
ivrik'ili    j ii''1   WRIGHT IN
coin.
"'Mlmj'f Mb OlfltiiJiit
'TpHIS  INTOMP.MI,M!I K   MEDICINE
-K-     i,.,,-  gpcurcrl   fi r [(netfuii iraperi bable
fume ihroi   '        r        rid for thenlli vitition
, arc of tai  I di    ■   si   which humanity
i  heir.
THE   PILLS
Purify, regulate and improve the quality of
the blood. They assisl ihe digestive orpnns,
cleonse Ihe STOMACH & BOWELS, In.
i-ri-nnc thi- jrcrrli ry power of Ihe Liver,brace
111 i rvottfi -i'i,'. aad throw into (lie cir-
culation Ihe run- elements for sustaining r.ml
i i airing ilir frame.
,- ■■••• iL''
rhotisands  of persons have testified that
:       :      nlonc* th^y have been restored
i ,   ht pith si i!  Flrrrplh t fit r   ever
have proved in  ui ci    fi'
THK   OINTMENT
i
I'll prinripi,]  ro;„,s ;
■ l ■' ': 'In  i ltd  Etin i,
Will he found invaluable in everj1 IiTousc] »ld
rare nf o]   i   Fori ?,   Fiord Tumi r:,
PAD   ll ('-   Oil   V OOKDS, COUGHS,
I   '   . Si rc ':; n        I ■ rn 1 V'. end all dis-
^^ . fit   Thi      and Chest,     nlsoGout,
omptly attended to.   Ask your Ciccer '    u'y ' ■•'■d  °?
n*—•*■- I li
■ i !■»■■  : oulv al Professor Holfoway's
• I. -1' Ni u  Oxford St, (late 5.13
rhfnrcl   St.l. I.t ndi n. and Fold at is. 1 \ii„
•   .. ■    66   11     ■■■■.. nnd 33s. c-icli Box
f-JTl i WARF Ol- AMI RICAN rni'N-
TlRrilT!      Purcl    n    hotild look m Hit
I       I in ll    Pel and Po: Iflhi   i Mass
i  nol ■-.1 * li f rd Sir 11.  Li 1,!, n, tin y are
pui
'   '   ""' ;' ■ :-i': ui d Piui	
■'■ 'i- W., Viefoii;..,
'  ' if-Ji
1
THOMAS ALLSOP. ,
CMTLEB A. HOLLA1VD, (
DIRECTORS.
:■ : , 1
1 nr-i.'no,
 HAVING	
A LARGE CIRCULATION
Its advantage as an
Ifltfirtisiiif Hi
IS APPARENT,
18S9.
HARPER'S BAZAR.
IT„..LJT.TSTR.JflL.TET3.
Ka&PK&'s PaZAR will emit inno to innintaia
id. ropataiion as an nnaqnaJUod family jonrnal,
Itsarl flJa&tratifina are of the blghost order,ita
it )tBtur»iiof theoholooatkind,and its Faaluon I
ii-J    oust-bold departments of tho m»Ht prao*
noal and econoniioal oliaraotar<   Its pattern*
sbeet Bupn o aouta   nd faahioo-piatetj n|uno will
nn, ■ i- eaders ti n times the coal; t*f enbsorip-
tion, and [iBArticloe on  docotutirn art, BOOtal
Qilquo ;.•. linitM'-i eepings cookery, clc, make
..■ i b -. ii-ii) o itMiv.'ry iiuiiHidioli.   Its briffnt
thori : tot sa, and timely nsaays oro among the
psi put) tehod; nnd nol a line ie admitted lo its
■ 0 'Mi •> Lhut could t tin d (do in ist fastidious [
: . t ■  A iiuaa thoattr totloua of the now volmr.«
II ')• s -!-; 'I ttorles by Mrs. FnAWOHS HODdflOH
v   m;t . AIib.  At XAN   BIli  William BtAOK,
nd I'u imab EI a un v, an 1 Aflaries of papers on
H] ItKICK-
THE A CCIDEN1
I'XSUJ
•OF NORTH AMERICA
... idmt-SII. T. (JAW.      Hoe Prefl.-JNO.
IUNIUN. Keq„     Beorotwy—JH, RAWLINQS.
\aa tra rt^alnst aooidi .it by land i>r #(<n.  $5 per
Bimu.n BOotues either JUQOO in oase of fatal aooi*
lojit, or 833 per month iuoaae uf non-fatal injury.
i'.xtr.i I1, em turns for hazardous omployments.
AX1L8OP A MABON,
Ageulc, CJovorniuiMit St root, Victoi a.
flElU0fflC£:«sUiD0iffl(j
m r. _ *..._. ~ ——_ '
un
the
Hits
ACCIDENT    \unut^HTZ!??T™™**^%&°i'xs*
iance cot MONEY TO im%£r™ZViiT™'»™
VANCOUVER  CITY
,PER'S PERIODICALS.
.'   t-   :.' ' :-.-:
tMtPE8'3 n\y.\ i	
'     ;;'•;,; ,zi ie
*!H'  K'BW   I'lii.v	
■   ;-' I tOUNO l'l:.oi'i,|.;.'
....II 00
    I 110
 I no
  'i no
SUBSCRIPTION:
-Per Venr.   -
Per itionili,   -
Per Week,  -
1 00
a« cm
Poat i ;• lY-» t . i'i  ■: ■ i- -ibar« in tin* United
-I .tut,  anada, or Mexico.
Tha 7ohimes of tbe Bazah bogtn with lliti
ii     r.unherfnr Jounarj of oaoh year.   Whou |
.ii-   ;    .M ■*   [i :,, t i i:h-, riptlon i will begin
villi tho Nu.nbor (iini'iit ntiiu.u ot rccuipi of
ir I -r.
h.nid   Vnlnmw   of     HAltp  t:'s   H./>k,    fop
h i years back, In nsutoloth blndinjr, will iij
-•nt by mail, po lu^e phid. « r by express, rree
tt expense iproWded the freight iloon uot >x-
jaed otiy doll.-ir por voltimu), for ;;( 00 per
rola ue.
Cloth   0*868 for pooh   volume,   sit'tn'do for
binding, will bo seat by mftu, post-paid, on ro-
oi(»t or ■?! 00 wi'h
Iteoiittauooa should Ln made by Post-Ofllce
.Honey Order ov Draft, to avoid ohanoe of Josh.
Newspapers are nut to copy tkis advertisement wiiliu.it (ho cxiii-twa order of Uaievkii .i
Uitf nn khs
Addrees:   UAliPEItiX BROTUBRS, New lurjr.
rURIR, UDWU1
 MERCHANTS
iVHAIiFETHISICT     -     .      VIOTOBIA, B.0,
Head tiili,-', f„r Unti^lt Columbia for
V.m.'ii British and Mbboaktimi Insb-
HAitoa Company, and Goabdian
I.VSUItA.VOf. OoMPA.vr.
H.0. BE ETON &CO„
86 Plnsbnry Oironi, Lomlou, E. O.
II. A. Mellom, Vimounver.
Esoufmalr * Nanaimo
Railway.
 I TIME     CARD    No
ffi uUm   TOTAKBEB
unnAv
Dr. J.   Collis   Browne's
CHJ ORODVNK,
■ [J]   ( K3I !>.'!::    ( M \ i| KUIKE,
ici ti invalid—Jf you uishtootMoin
rcshini slci p, free from headache,
i litT rum i nin .ind anguish, to calm and
assuage Ihe weary achings of protracted
disei invigi rate the nervous media, and
rrgulatc lh( circulating systems of the body,
)■ \: will provide yourself wilh tnat marvelN
i us remedy discovered by Dr, J. Collis
■rownc tlatr v---■■■ ri
WINDRYjjjdI IRON WORKS, g£    :  A^M
•uttoom tlio proprietoni fool justificJ in n I CHLORnnvmr    ■
""SoSScSiaK1 £&?i=r*" ;as-».,.-.	
time.        R"    i;™",,!!:!!!:penvf',l'n""'"r"r<i<---•■■<■• ■.■.,-, .^iv,;,;;, them]y^^iachoie,
I a. fie
Now in tho time to
Great Transcontinental Routo,
NORTHERN":-: PACIFIC
V'm  tlin Ooadado   Diviiiirm   now   com-
plated, innkiiiK it tho Shortest,
Hmt nnd QnioltCHt.
Th" DlninB ('in- Linn,   'rim Direot Route,   No
o.'inys, [-jHidit'rntiiM. Lowut BatMto Omoa0o
itnd all potnta Mint.   Tiokab) nolu in ail Prom- I
iuiii.t pniuu throttgbout tlie. Iila.it and South-bloat.
Tiiiiiiunii Pm.r.MAs Drawino-Koom
Si,ki:pino Cars.
Reflarvallolu can Im secured in Adronot.
To East- Bound Passengers
I tin ciircf ul and do not mates e mistake,  but to
I euro to take tlie
I
I- .
3 a.
O ^
B _
and Spasms.       ! "      •-'""-   Palpitation
.... ,.,i,.i.i. ,•■!• oi tni'ir inn 'f.tt
and plant generally, as well asth i
employees, they feel conil lenl ot l»    r in
tion to do as good, if nol better, w      I un   .:
similar obtablirlniient in tlio Pmvi
.,,.,,. I' otn«' he, Meningitis, &c, &c,
Itfi hanicaJ Mannger,
Tancoaror, B.C.. 10th April, I
I I  <■   ,.:r  !,-     \!.,„:..^;.-        ,.'        v"'"t,
ialive in
Cancer.
'A
' *M
'' "* M tl r/i frj r^, N-
>   \k SMS "tM-N-OO-lflO
'   -   m   M   -   2   °   °"   °'   °'   ^^  ■'''
"      *—~~ —  ,rnm     Cynics    X-    r^      m
Printing and Binding,  ;,' ^r-J'^V:':^
Q<0
YourDooSwlndows I?*f Pfific Rai,ff'y
, .wvauuuiin nitinl     Got yon
Weather Strips of the   Kicustoxn
Weather Nthip L'o.
MoKILLIOA^ & ANTJKIISON, Asonto
P.O. Box 38. 9t
Peol<'s Motel,
-THE-
COURIER
Printing & Publishing Co.,
[LIMITED.]
R. T. WILLIAIVIS,
| Publisher, Book-Binder, Paper Ruler
I  AND	
Rubber Stamp :.i
OFiriOB OF
[British   Columbia   Directory,  -.«>*,r--" ■>"   ■»i"^li the   shore of
i   - .       ,. ^ Gabriola Island,   a   few  logs.   Owner
DlA.i;«a :   _    o    Oi i n-i have the vimr by payihfl- extiense*,  nsi.l
ElectrorypingJ^Stereotyping, .,    ,        , . --„., ,„ „, pit..    if „,i,„,, „, ,,,!,„ ,ir,Ui „•.,,:
  ■•:   to ntaet suoh rxpe^ies.    MAKk 1-.I),,AK.
iwduromptl/MtentV.   it. .VAlKSJiS -   .     - .,    'ZSH1'- BGabnola Island, GEO, McGUFFIE.
IsotdUtratU. isHMt._   - March 9, 'Sf-IW
I
I
DUCK'S BUILD!!,,.
VICTO
Has the iiin-i oomiili < ■      1
BqnlppOtl   I'i: in        I
tnoo.   newost stylis      1
With rapid or bbi . rti ■
n noaitloa to tura out ■ .> ■ I ,
prloee.
BOOK-BINDING I
SHS„f-g§R'l.l,i&     "f "" kUuU tO ,11 lor i - n 8IKKM-,
""PJI     lis il,;:"'"H""- •"',
:   Hrdcre from Uie oountry 1
wUlneeireprompt 1,11 ,,,
 .. « I ;i nd nee flint your tinket, l-enrls Tie THIS
Kropont the ColdunrlKiiiiil   rGret vbttr   MNB, Bi. Pm\ or MlnnMpoIie, to avoid   x K   „
by Otlter routes. o  2    Si
Through Emigrant Sleeping Cars   *,' 5   *J
Run on regular express ttalne tnll wngth  g     '*
of the line.   Bertha free   Lowest liitlea.
_    ..    .  ..v^.itu, I Quiokeat time.
EAST   WELLINGTON.) VV.^WNISOTTr
i op]iortin ity of con*
tiilatn     ■   u upon the widi -s| read n ; u*
tl medicine, Dr, J-
■  wne's Chlop  lyne, hai   earned Ii r
■   nly in Hind bul  all ovi r
11 '"'  '"' tl    I . '      ! |    ;   ■...' n< iii  utility,
\. ■   ■     '   ■ : whether a better j
ntry, wa  ihall he
place in every
I D      t her brands,  wi
I     B   i- It fJHtl il    to    (h<
from their sale,
urn   then    will be bul
\      -,:'.'   muliiplj   instances
rdinar;    effcacy of
. i rnwi      rhlorodyne ml liarrhrea
Dystnterj     Spasms,     t Inimps,
thi   \   mi       of .Prepiai cy, and
as .i  gi m ral  isedauv*    '
'Uurred
ninj;   Ol   I'i. ill;'
as ,i gi in ml Sedative, thai have «
under i ur persi rial ol servatit n during many
years. In Choleraic Dianlaa, nnd even in
the more terrible forms of ( holers itself, we
have witnessed its controlling power. We
have  nevei   used  \ny other form   nf  (his
: ^£ 'fi r^i-T,n- a«'^'s*
•    •    ,    ,' T  n w N  p' ^ "~ m
' n ci n ^^44444^
T.    E,    PECK.    Proprietor.
gPTRST-CLAS.S (X  EVfeRV   PARTICCLAI?^
nd CioaI
•SI   11,
I.Nllf \V,
Nanaimo. B.C."
A. 0. unanton,
a»«t.r),.,,   ,,„. ,\,t,
\,' •',!, -ton "•-.„>, Portland, Of,
■'      '"   I'   I I I' I '.       .. ..    - f.   ,   ■ "■'   > "ruorni, V..F,
rtnnufaoturor.       l|lT T/I if TTrtriTiriT' '   - ■
n I fl 18-B mm       notice.
«   Rectory.  M I, il.M ,   . M I Jill, Ipo,,,   XIonFThe   s„o,'
oi.       .     , •" t-!i- •'■'> i.   •_•,...,. ' i       i;,ii,ii,.i,, i„,-.. i   .   ,     .   u"
o p. i
Notice of Remova
s <il. u. rnlUn c: I    rr^^^ ' ^A:T^m
"1""l,T"'-1 sense **dutv»- 1'sl' and
Vlotowlo fcoiion   ond   th,.  ,,„i.i'     .c"vo '" "'c pro
owaion  mntthe ■ .'.i,,,'.,,',',  v','' "Vof""-
°l ""IS CHEMIST to^ p^JL^T
A:N'> PATIENT AI.IKP 'KI'^KIIIK
raiUirnllv yours.   s,„ „       V-   AVl "=   sir,
Victor
: (iron & Hard 7a
i MERCHANTS
foitlifully yours,  Svme.  <• r   "«". i,rc'  SM.
■•'>■-   Pharm.     s,h!":   r')-( ":'.M™l'«s of
N.   .   ? V R N "' *t'" - « fi 5
»»Mf>Ctdo6 O 6 ~" N ci rj
E j !| Have Removed to their New Premh   . ^^nnn^'n^ v^^v' 7-?;"^^^^^
Corner of Johnson and GnvPtnment Btreola
<C
.    CorraanofKlw!,
I »4 to. flswnw
JMacJ
«>* Sill 'K1>AYS AM) MXIIAVS,
Rftuni ticket* will be*iasued between al poin
r n •.inrjlc fare pood for return Monday.
Return tickets for one -Mill ;i h«|f ordinary fare mi
■ put chpspd dai'v to all points, good for three da}
Indi   1 tbe tlav of isnne.
No Ptntn  tlckctR  isiird for a single fart, whe
i"li ''arc is 23 1-1 in-.
1 ''"-'■ 1  t   . '   iwe n Victoria ami Comox
ni.xMHii;. i'.- «ident:
fOS. Hf NTKR, General Superintendent;
CAUTION.—Vicc-Cnancelior ' 'Fir    \\\
Page Wood staled that Dr. J, Collis BrowJ c
was, undoubtedly, the inventor ofChldVc*
dynoj that the story of the deft mhtrt, Free
niiiii, was deliberately miiine, uhich, Ie
ii: retted lo say, bad l^etn sw ni to --Sic
"'I hi- Times, " Inly i -\ fl ',-.
t- U in !■• tii' . . . 1 ;. d., is, j d., 4^T
(;,i.. in il ns. c\ h, N. ne ij gi ftttfnc will -
■ il words "I'i-. J, ( . His troun* s
(idol 1 v-.'i" on the * lovi rnmcht stan ]>.
( veruhulming medical tcstiniohy ncconi'
]-.,i vs each bottle.
■ h in— Beware of   Piracy
Sole  Manufactures—I. T, Davenport, ?3
I Physician Prescriptions carefully compounded   (:,, ,,   Russell  Street,  Blonr '
I      r,.,.....--     • tunded to.
Or. E BLAKEWAT& CO.
IMPORTING AND  I'lSl'l NPIKG
^CHEMISTS Affl DRI GG1STS,
Hie NanaimoPliariiian7
COMMERCIAL   STREET.
;riptionscai    . r.-,..n
ountry orders promptly al tt p.nYn to,
and   Initi;
ivenpc
n   I. hi,' SMAIMO   :-: OOUEIER.
Friday, March lotli, 1881).
STEAMER SERVICE.
[Between Nanaimo, Comox and   Victor)
Steamer Amelia.
Arrives in Nanoiamo every Tuesday evening
Leaves Nanaima for Comox  Wednesday     3 a. st.
Returns from Comox for Victoria,
Wednesday evening.
leaves Nanaimo for Victoria Thurs*
day    ; a. m.
Leaves Victoria fir Nanaimo, Friday      7 A.  M.
Leaves Nanaimo for \'ictoria,   nnd
all way purts Saturday     7 A. M.
[Between   Nnnaimo and   Vancouver,]
Stcamfk Rainbow,
Arrives    at     Nanaimo     Tuesdays—Leaves
Nanaimo Wednesday morning.
[Between Westminster, Comox & Nanaimo.]
Steamer Robert Dunsmuik.
Ai rives in Nanaimo Wednesdays and Sun
days—Leaves    Nanaimo    for    Comox
Thursdays—Leaves   Nnnaim*   for
New  Westminster    Saturdays
and   Mondays.
Trains leave Nanaimo for Victoria.   9:04 a.m.
"        "          •'        " Wellington      12:29 P. M-
" arrive in    "from Victoria   12:20 p.m.
"      <i    ,.      m    11 Wellington         8:C5 A. M.
On Saturdays an extra train leaves Nanaimo for Victoria at 1:56 p. m. A train also
loaves Victoria for Nauaimo, arriving here
at 6:55 p. m« and leaves for Wellington a'
10:15 P. Mi
POSTAL SERVICE.
Mails close daily for Victoria
and   way stations	
"    Arrive	
"    Close for Wellington...
" For Comox, Alberni and
way Stations every Wednesday 	
S A.
12:20 A.
Ii:45  A.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
The Fast Wellington Co.-il Company will
not lie responsible for any debts contracted
unless by written order signed by the undersigned.—W. S. Chandler Superintendent. *
New Millinery, Fashionable ILils. Tin
very latest style in Huts aad Bonnets arrived this day. Call nnd get the best selection, A 1:1 n 111 Bullock.
Ladies, don't forp't lo call and see the
pretty Hats at       Abthuh Bollook's.
Hunt anil yon will find John IlilhertV
advertisement.
Dentistry—Dr. A. C. West will he in
Nanaimo on Monday the 11th inst for
three days. Persons desiring dental work
performed will please call early anil niaki
appointments, Teeth extracted painlessly
without the uso of ether, gas, or chloroform,   All work warranted.
The first of the season Riverside oranges,
navel oranges and new cabbages can lie
obtained at George Oavalsky's. *
Smoke The News the host 5 con
Cigar in town. Only 8 cents at (loo
Cavalsky's. *
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 nt the
Company's Office will be prosecuted.—S.
M. Robins, Suncrintendent,
Before purchasing any groceries, dry
goods, jewelry or any other merchandise,
consult (he advertisements in the Courier,
Pimbury's emulsion of Coil Liver Oil
and hypophosphites of Lime and Soda
for coughs, colds and consumption, al
Pimbury's Medical Hall, Commercial
street. *
Strangers and others visiting Departure
Hay or East Wcllinging arc strictly pro
hibitcd from riding on the cars on the East
Wellington Railway.—LAST WELLINGTON COAL CO.
Letters From the People.
EorroK Courieri—In looking over the
"Echoes From Mount Benson," in the
Nanaimo Free Press, 1 see that the editor
of that sheet is hyai sol-leks at kumtuks
for speaking tlie truth about him, Tbe
editor did not like il when he was told
that he had published worse letters in hip
sheet than tlie one in the Commit; and
look how he tried to mako the public believe that it was an ex-alderman that alluded to his sidewalk. But lie is still "oil
his nut," both lie and Ihe "old man of the
mountains," The sidewalks tliat lie mentions—from bastion street to the Free
Press office—were constructed by and nl
the solo expense of the Individual property holders. Tbe Individual referred to
was not the editor of the Free Press, hut
D.W. Gordon, M P., and J. Bolnlng, who
built ibat one, nnd the Vancouver Coal
Company the other two mentioned.
Kumtuks < leordie? why yet kahkwa pelton
for hyas pelton niika? Try again; better
luck next time. But the rate-payers will
still vote for the loan. KuMTVJts.
THIS AND THAT.
In a hook store. "Have yon got a Blue
Hook?" "The Ulne Hook? We've got
'Burton on Melancholy.' That ought to be
blue enough.'" "No, no. That isn't it. 1
mean the book with the list of officers.''
"We haven't got it. Hut if yen arc after an
office you had better taken the book on
melancholy."
The Modern Restaurant.—Cousin Charles
— "Well, girls, what do you say to some
boiled fowl?' " Waiter (interposing blandly)
—-'/e boil fowl is oil, saie,"' Cousin
Charles—"Oh! then we'll have cutlets."
Waiter (consulting bill offare!—"Cutlets are
off, sar." Cousin Charles (losing patience)
"Oh! well, then, I think wed better follow
the boiled fowl and allies." And they did,
tooj although they were almost starving,
poor things!
Mr. Winks—"I flee raising flowers for the
manufacture of perfumery has become a new
industry in florida." Mr. Winks—-a perfumery manufacturer)—"Flowers?" "Yes,"
oFor the manufacture of perfumery?" "Yes."
"Well, wonders will never cease."
Tenderfoot (in new Kansas town) —
"Where is the post-office?" Resident—
■'Over there." "Where?" "D'ye see that
n.an sawing wood? He's the postmaster.'
"Ves, but I don't see the post-office." "Of
curse you don't.    It's in his hat."
LOCAL AM) GENERAL,
BOltS-.
To Mr. ami Mis. George Plummer, ot
Ei elis'iman's  River, a   son. on Man-i
1 ih    The Coi'BIiir rongratulates.
TBI "■'■' Hl-i SHOUT.
\v iii   ii   •' e fact  thill  Ihe eonne ii
nd»i»rnph   lines being down, our rejioil
this morning is niueh short of tho usual
in.ount.
TO  BE SENT TO  VICTORIA.
The man arrested as Tascott is lo he
s.'iit to Victoria, where Iih will he tried as.
a deserter from II. M. ship learns. His
name is Lear.
PLATE   01.ASS  I'ltllNT.
Contractor George Mescher was yesterday engaged in patting in Ihe plate glass
front of Si>encer & Perkins' new store,
which, when finished, will improve its
appearance in no small degree.
TIIK    COURIER    ITIll.lslllSil   rnMriNY.
A meeting of tho Courier Printing and
Publishing Company (Limited) will he
held thi? evening in the office of Mr. J.
Hilbert, Bastion Btreet. A full attendance is requested.
STILL  l'ARADINa.
Notwitanding the rain and slush the
Salvation Army was out lust nlghi parading the sli-eats. The new officers have
not yet arrived, and those in charge will
remain until Ihev do so, when they will
go t" Winnipeg:. Manitoba,
mi: new nOTEL.
Messrs. Nicholson iv. Scott have secured a lease of the new hotel on Front
street, now undergoing operations
by Mr. Henderson, ami will open it as a
first-class house when completed. Mr.
.1. Iloskins, ,lr., has been awarded the
contract for furnishing the house.
STEAMER Iiosrownz SEIZED.
Sheriff McMillan last night seized the
steamer Barbara lloscowilz under an execution of Henry Saunders for $23,000.
Mr. Saunders intends contesting the-val-
idity of the mortgage of $20,000 held by
Mr. BoscowltiS against the slemner.—
Colonist.
FAUEWItl I. MEETING.
The Salvation Army held ii farewell
meeting last night. The occasion was the
departure of thecaptain and lieutenant,
who left for Winnipeg this morning.
Handshaking and a fleeting farewells vvrjri
indulged in, and many regrets were expressed at the departure of tin* officers
from this city.
HA1.I.  AT   WELLINGTON,
To-night the Knighis of Pythias of
Wellington give a grnnd hall, ami judging
from the preparations made the aftiiii
will no doubt be very enioyablo. Refreshments will bo served by the ladies
during the evening. A splendid band hns
been engaged to furnish music for the occasion, and lovers of the terpichoreun art
will spend a mosl ileliehtfnl evening.
iirokk ins i.in aoain.
About a month ago Daniel McNlcholl.n
miner, while employed at the Sotithfield
mine, met with an accident by gettlnghls
leg broken. Since that time he has been
unable to do any wink, and has been
staying in the cily at the Duwdrop hotel.
Yesterday afternoon while engaged in
playing with some hoys in fwnt of the
hotel he hud Ihe misfortune to slip and
fall, breaking his leg in the same place.
He was conveyed lo the hospital and Ihe
broken member Bet, and was at Inst accounts resting easy.
IT t< HOT TASCOTT
I3n.t Oharbs  T.°ar,  a Deserter  From
H.M.S.  Ican.ii.
CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF j
NAUAIMO. B.0,
'n  yi sti rday morning's issue of this
per in neeount was given concerning
tho arrest ofa tarty who, from disci i|i-
tions given, answered to Ihe oppqarai e
of W. 15. Tiscott, who is supposed to
have murdered A. J. Snell, a Chicago
banker, on tin' sih day of February lasl
year. The queer actions of the man.
aroused the suspicions of Ihe police, who i
with the aid ofa clue given 1 hem were j
enabled to locale their man ami arrest i
him. When arrested lie gave his name
as CI arles Palmer, and stated that he was
a compositor by trade ami thai he belonged to Westminster, England. We
recapitulate these facts In order to show
tin' concatenation of circumstances which
led up to his arrest. An examination of
the prisoner disclosed many marks upon
his person similiar to these which Taseotl
is said lo have borne. A representative
of the Courier visited the jail yesterday
afternoon and was shown by Governor
Stewart lo ihe cell occupied bv Ihe
prisoner. Palmer as he calls himself is a
prepossessing young man of not more
than 25 or ill years, lie is closely shaven
and of slicht hut athletic build. The
oeporter did not examine his teeth in
rrder to determine whether he was the
onlv original Tascott or not, his English
accent being sufficient to convince him
thai he bad not been many years absenl
from where Ihe penis of the hells of
Westminster would sound grand iii his
ears.
To the reporler lie "aid that be wns not
the man Ihe police were looking for, and
thought il Btrnnga that he was arrested.
He also stated tbnt he was a native of
Westminster, Eng., and was born near
the Victoria Tower. Ho bud come lo
Xew York two yours ago and had lived in
Philadelphia, Chicago and San Francisco.
"I met with nn neeldent" snid he, "and
vou know the rest." "What was the
nature "of the accident?" asked tho reporter, "ilh vou can Imagine for yonr-
self," said Palmer." "it is the same old
story,   and  what   is  the use of   talking
about it?" "Hove vou not seen enough
i of the world lo h" able lo distinguish be-
] Iwr-on a man like mo and a hardened
criminal'.'" After mnking enquiries as lo
his treatment in iuil. to which tho
prisoner replied that be was carefully
looked after, and everv comfort that ho
could expect was given him, Ihe reporter
tool.- bin leave.
Since the above was written Governor
Stewart received atelreram stating that ihe
man was without doubt one Charles T,onr,
a stoker nn hoard of II. M. S. T-urns now
lyit.rr in Esntiimalt harbor. So it would
Beem that Palmer is not Palmer; neither
is he Taseotl, but he is Lear, but whether
ho is n descendant nf the good old king of
Hint name, future events perhaps will determine. Tie hud in n bell around his
bodv tho sum of 1*140 in gold besides some
silver. Lear as it seems he must be will
come up forevntnipation on Saturday ut
2 p. m., but in the meantime be mnv be
tnkon back lo Victoria where be will he
"Oiirtmartinl-d. Hes»PmS lo feel Ihe peep-
liar phaRP of bis position most keenlv and
expresses tbe keenest regret at his aelion
And Tnsentt 1ms pot beep found, though
he has been soindit carefully—and at a
great deal of expense.
A NEW ii
An ore ronstin
patented bv Alher
mington, Pel It
copper ores, iron
sulphurate, and ol
viilcd with ilill'ei
which are placed
construction, the
moved from one
other, and auilate
by the raking teetl
impart and oulwa
Ihe ore.
RE ROASTER,
furnace has beep
t 0. Job ri son, of Wilis for desulphurising
pyrites, gold bearing
her ores, and is pro-
op! compartments in
raking bars ef a novel
ore to he gradually
compartment  to  the
d in each compartment
or lingers which also
rd or inward motion to
PERSONAL.
Messrs. Thos. Perrvman, 11. Rondeau,
M. Hicks. D. Alraneh and A. MoPhee left
yesterday morning by the train for a visit
to the gold fields In Lower California.
Mr. and Mrs. A. MoNevin lefl yesterday
for a visit to Victoria.
Dr. West who has been spending some
days in the city, left for Victoria yesterday morning by the train. *
George. Kennedy of Ihe Central hotel is
hack from a trip lo Victoria.
11. Hall relumed lo tbe caplte.1 by the
train yesterday,
s, Leiser, of Victoria arrived yesterday
and will remain a day or two in ihe  city.
Mr. and Mrs, T. 1". Brown of Victoria,
are spending a few days with friends in
the city. They will return home on Monday.
A, M. Home, wiih Hall & Gospel, returned t" ib" capital yesterday morning
by the train.
M. .L King, who arrived night before
last by tin' steamer l-mhnl lefl by the
train yesterday morning for Victoria
Two sisters of St. Ann's Convent returned in Victoria yesterday morning by
the train after spending a few dav, in Ihe
eity.
II. I-'. Benson, of J, Kurtz & Co, Victoria, who has been visiting this city on
a business trip returned home Ibis morning,
K. S. Courtly, of Victoria, arrived by
the train yesterday and will remain several days in the city on business.
E. McDonough, agent for Fletcher's
sewing machines, was able to bo out yesterday. He has been confined to his
room for several days at the Central hotel
wilh inflammation of the eves.
The health-giving influence of mountain air has beep Jong rooo'mb'od, but tbe
ment     emphatic    endorsement   of    tho
"Highland Cure Plnn" is now furnished
bv tbe report of Prof C, M. Woodford,
who passed several months among the
cannibals nf llio Solomon islands. The
main island of Hie flrroup, he Informs us,
is inhabited bv connoisseurs In man-
meat, who selecl their victims from the
hill Ivihes of Ihe neighboring isles, having
found their flavor ns superior to that of
the coast dwellers, as vepison is to veal.
The benedicts of the archipelago probably
board their mothers-in-law at some convenient highland resorl before suiting
them down for winter use.
Subscribers
who do not leceivo papers regularly through
the carriers will confer a favor by reporting the same to the office al once. Sub-1
serihers taking tbe paper in tlie city lire
requested to at once notify the office of
any changes in their ad**' -ss.
Mike dishing, the Hrnoklvn pugilist,
I defeated Harry Bartlett, of London, in a
| foiirtoen-rnnni! botllo for   the  127-pound
cbamplOEshtn of the world and a purse of'
$1,000.
,»     WARM VI.
The modes ,,f death's approach are various, and statistics show conclusively that
more persons die from diseases of the Throat
I and Lungs than any other. It Is probable
that everyone, without exception receives
vasl numbers of Tubercle Germs into the
system and wh -re these germs fall upon suit-
ahl i! '!, v starl into life and  develop, at
first slowly and b shown by a slight   tickling
sensation in the throat and if allowed to con-
tinue tin i,  ravages they extend to the lungs
producing  Consumption  and to the head,
:ausing I alarrh,   Now all is dangerous, and
If   allowed   to proceed  will m time causa
Heath,      At   the onset   you must   act   wilh
I promptness;  allowing  a cold to go without
I lltentlon is   dangerous   and   may   lose  your
life,    As soon as you feel  that   something   is
j wrong with your ThroAt, Lungs or  Nostrils,
J lhtain  a bottle of lloschee's German   Syrup.
I 11 will give you immediate relief:
jj. K HUBERT
KEEPS THE LARGEST AND BEST
HOOTS   AND  SIIOKS   IN  TIIK  CITV.
Whereas it i'i expedient and desirable to '
rsise bv way of loon, on the credit of the :
Municipality of the City nf T-sanri-.no the j
sum of $^o,ooo paya!>U- on the first day of
July A. J). 1929 with  interest at the rate ;
of n<»t   more   than  six per  centum   per!
nnnnm payable half yearly; to be applied
to the permanent improvement ofthe city
ofNanailtlO for roads, bridges, ^i.lfwnlk^
and other   necessary  ret|uiremcnts, and, i
Whereas the sum of fWo thousand five hundred and fiftydollars will  have <" be raised
annually as a special rate for paying   the in-j
terest  and creating a sinking fund for paying !
the said loan at the days antl limes when the J
same become   payable    bv this by law and, |
Whereas the  total debt  of the said  city of
Nanaimo is   at present $4,/0tj   incurred   in
the purchase ufthc City Hal! and providing!
hose    and   hydrants for iire   purposes,   anil
which debt is secured by special rates imposed
on the real estate in the said city bfNanaimo,
and,
Whereas the amount of the whole rateable
property of the city of Nanaimo is $,103,855
according to the last revised assessment roll
nf the city, and whereas to raise the said
yearly sum of two thousand five hundred and
fifty dollars, the annual special rate upon the
said rateable property will require to be eight
and one-half mills in the dollar.
Therefore, the Mayor and Aldermen ofthe
citv of Nanaimo, in council assembled enact
aS follows:—
1. It shall be lawful for the Mayor of the
said city to raise by way of loan, from any
person or persons, body or bodies corporate,
who may be willing to advance the same
Upon the credit of the debentures hereinafter
mentioned, a sum of money not exceeding iu
the whole the sum of Thirty Thousand dollars
ami cause the same to be paid into the hands
ofthe City Clerk or Treasurer of the said city,
and with the objects hereinbefore recited.
2. It shall be lawful for tlie said Mayor to
cause any number of debentures to be made,
each fur such sum of money, nut less than
one hundred dollars, as may be required, and
all snch debentures shall be Mealed with tlie
seal of the Corporation ofhcCify ofNanainio,
signed by the --aid N!;>yor and countersigned
by the City Clerk or Treasurer of snid cily.
3. The said debentures shall be made payable in forty years from the day hereinafter
mentioned for tins by-law to take effect, at
the office ol tilt City Clerk or Treasurer of
the city of Nanaimo.
4. The said debentures shall have coupuns
attached for the payment of interest at the
rate of not more than six per centum per
annum on the amount of said debentures payable on the first day of January ami July in
each and every year, at the office of the Cily
Clerk or Treasurer.
5. Fot the put pose nf forming a sinking
fund for the payment ofthe principal of said
debentures, and interest to become due thereon, nn equal special rate of eight and one-half
mills in the dollar shall, in addition to all
other rates, be raised, levied nnd collected in
each year upon all the rateable property in
said city during the continuance of said debentures,
6. It shall be lawful for the said corporation from time lo time, to repurchase any of
the said debentures, at such price or prices
as may be mutually agreed upon, and all debentures so repurchased shall be forthwith
cancelled, and no reissue of debentures, or any
debenture, shall be made in consequence of
saiil  repurchase.
This by-law  shall  before  the final passin
thereof, receive the assent   of the   property!?
owners of the said corporation, and shall take
effect on the first day of July 1889.
Take notice that the above is a true c>py
of the proposed bydaw upon which the vote
ofthe municipality will be taken at the City
Hall on Monday the i8lh day of March, 1S89,
from ten o'clock a. m. to four o'clock p. m.
SAMUEL COUCH,
Clerk ofthe Municipal Council.
'Q'g   'OLLI|tJU13|sJ   -   T90JT§  U0jTSBg
*9SiiOLj3.it'M ojnijujnj J3Anoout?y\
'xaamiH nhop
■ituo oiji jo npui I triig 11 a\ eBittip jr> oui
psjBAtisn spooii ■•■.-isvij^jnii una 110 uo lunossip iti^~>
jad BAjjj 'A"«rj »i|l ti| »mw|[  jsqio A"hbuoip B&inSy
3<l pun I&jsiiMSFJa Suureipjnd ajojo(| au[itioxa puo
IPO  •tiniijoikuil aiuns aqi u| spool) 4&ipo (pi puy
•i!i wotfi s 1.1 is Noonaaa coo i i   h
•Aija sup "i"! psuodtu] uaaq .taA&mjii ivip
spoof! jo ouji t|qi ii] juauiu8|iuioa iss8ju| aqi jdoj U]
'013 "013 'SIAin3"10Nn
'sisdyvo '3aniiNynj
jn  BujIIJtUOd
S.fUp A\PJ V III BALI IU OJ spUO] JV.l 0*1
j.,j uiooj bijoui 01 tltiaqa pjoi aq ||(« t«i|X
— in M10.I I BflHVI V 0S*1V -
Importers k Smiii MercMl
BASTION STREET & GORDON'S WHARF,
NANAIMO.
A  FULL   J,LNrF>  OF
Finest   Groceries   and   Fresh   Provisions]
KEPT   IN   STOCK..
Sliips    Disbursed    and    Supplies    Furnished
FAMILIES   AND   SHIPPING   SUPPLIED.    GOODS   DELIVERED   TO   H
PARTS    OF    CITY    AND    VICINITY.
AGENT    FOR    PACIFIC    COAST     STEAMSHIP   COMjfrir?f|
AGENT FOR THK EAST COAST STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Oppenheimer Bros.,
PIOKTBBB.
Wholesale Grocery Housed
100 and T02  Powell Street, Vancouver, B. C.
Just    F^ecelvecl
-A C Mil.O Ml Or
IILTTKR THAN ANY iN THE
MARKET.
CookingStoves& Ranges    ,
fJiuliiTived! Jirarrivei
AT  THE
Lion Boots Shoe Stoi
J2TH will pay to see thorn before buying        J0 Cases of the Finest nnd Best _
eliewhera Selected Stock of
BOOTS & SHOES
J.H.PLEACE,
Ever Imported for the
NANAIMO   TRADE.
—DEAI.F.K   IN—
HARDWARE,   STOVES,    PAINTS,    OILS,
Miners'   Strong   Sho es,
Great Variety.
Fine Boots and Shoes
a Specialty.
j LADIES' GOODS GO IN GREa|
Victoria   Crescent,!   variety and m every
nanaimo, B.C. I      In conncclion with this establish
ment will be found the
"LITTLE WONDER CIGAR SMI
Where everything that a smoker j
desires can be found.
Call and examine the above stocks a.
get prices.
JOHN     H.     HILBEKij
COMMERCIAL STREET.
3NTa,rxalucxo, El.  0|
GOVERNMENT TELEGRAPH SERVICE.
sps jopj 5 moojpog
'aanxiNHn.*
jo lURtttUBlttlOa atlji'i
«'isir.j 'njlOmjflUQtU 0111   "'"JJ  louip   pOAUJll tttlf
SHIPPING JEWS,
The Bteatnahlp Alki urrired yesterday
nxiruing untl is taking ana cargo of lino
tons of V". 0. (.'o.'b coul, nml will leaTe
this inornliiR for Ban Ii'i-ancleno.
The strain Bchooher Jciinni" arrived
la.t night, and is loading a cavco of coal.
The steamship Wellington, Capt, .lor-
1I.111, will sail this morning with a cargo of
2(100 tons of Wellington coal for San Fran-
l-Ui'O.
The Bhip Commodore is ulun loading n
cargo nf Wellington coal,
Tho steamship Empire in lending a
carjio of East Wellington coul  for San
Kllllll-Hl-O.
         .1.	
PErm.S TAKl S CHAnOE.
Alexander, Warc-li 14. *r-Doctor Kiirl
Petem has started for Aden to-rlny on his
»ny to take charge of Krain Boy's relief
expedition,
GL'e him n call and get prices.
LION HOUSE,    -   COMMERCIAL ST.
M.,r 15-ir
Grand Ball and Supper
WII.I   UF. (ilVKN AT
Wellington on Friday Evening the istn instant,
Under the auspices of Wellington Lodg
No, 2.   Tickets atlmlttiltg Gentleman and Lady, $2.50, nnd enn
be hr.d from mcmlierj of the
committee.
m Isftl.
P. REVELY,
Master
NANAIMO    AND    COMOX.
Will Icftve Victoria every I'tiesilay nt 7 a.m., for
N'amiinio, calling Rt iiainich. Dursoyno HiiVi Vesu-
rtus Hay ami ChhmainUS, Will leave Nanaimo
v.tv Wednesday at 7 a.m., for
COMOX
SEALED TENDERS addrewed to llwunderalgne.
nnd endorsed "Tenders for Telegraph construe*.
tion," will lie received at the Department of Public
Works, Ottawa, up to Monday the tst day of April
next fur the construction of about s\ miles (more or
less) of Telegraph Line along the new wagon road
between  Nanaimo or Departure Bay  and   Atli<*rni
Settlement.   Also  of about 30 miles (more or less! be*
tween Cape lleale Lighthouse, to Carmenah 1'oim
nei.r Bonello Point on the Island of Vancouver, British Columbia.
The work (0 lie delivered over, complete, on or before September ist, i(j8o.
Each tender for one <<r both lines must be accompanied by an accepted bank cheque made payable to
the order of ihe   Honorable   the   Minister  of  Public
Works, equal to Ave percent} of tlie amount of Hit
tender, which will lie forfeited if i'i'- party declines to
enter into a contract when   called upon to do ho, or if
he fail to complete the work contracted for.    if the
tender be not accepted the cheque will be returned,
for Specification  of construction,   &.-,,   anuly  to |
V. CQamhle, Esq.i A-.ieni, Department of Publt
Works, Victoria. B. t'.
The Department will  not lie bound to accept thi
lowest or any tender.
By Order,
A. GOBBIL,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works. (
Ottawa, nib February, 1889. t
THE LITTLE^ WONDER.
It acts like magic on catarrh, asthma,
May Fever,
Drafness,
Spring ('olds,
'•* of the Lungs,
to Diphtheria
the smokeball
without   ihe Debellator, a companion to the
famous Carbolic Smoke.   Enclose $3-00     I
to Carbolic Smoke Co.,  P.O. Box
737, Victoria, B.C., for n set of
the remedies, or ask your
Druggist for them.
Mar 3—1 mo
GENERAL DEALERS.
Just received anil will lie offered  at  Eftlte]
Prices   a  large  slock   of
Tinware,Woodenware & Electro
Plate Ware.
Trunks & Valised
Brooms and Brushes]
Lamp Chimneys at 5c. EachjU<
Auction  sales erery   Saturday  evening
WEYMAN'S;
CELEBRATED
Ami Way Polls, and return at 7 a.m>, every Thursday.    Will leave Nanaimo every Friday at o;8 a.m.,
for Vancouver, ami return the same day at U30 p.m.
Will leave Nanaimo every Saturday at 7 n.m.. fur
Vlcforla, Sailing at Chemnlnus, Vesuvius Hay, Bur*
govne ilay and Saauloli, For Freiylit ami Passage
a|i ily oil board.
Mar .-If
Schooner No- 4, Pilot Boat, j
HEI.ONOINU    10
CAPTAIN MACDONALD,
< Cqi'ippeuaxpreahy FOBSER-
~~ vice.  Any person wiiiliiiijj to hire tlie
same for pilot Dullness, or seul or blaok
i eoil Hulling, ean liavc tlie sume by apply-
ina tn        Captain Mai-Dunami, No. 1.    I
mar,5<iin
CuT Tobaccl
A KullJiUpply just rt;ceive(i"aiid|for?silt: by
MAYER &  Oi
RED   HOUSE.

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