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VOL,
NANAIMO.   B. (_.',   FRIDAY.   APRIL    12th,    _88o.
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No. 30.
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GR^AT SALE Ol
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GOODS
TO BE CLEARED OUT REGARDLESS OF COST.
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FAIL NOT TO NEGLECT AN O-PORTUNITY SUCH AS THIS.
ARTHUR BULLOCK'S Crescent Store
Dry Goods
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ARE
We are after yon. Do you understand ? We want you to know that
we are going to sell the very best goods at a lower price than can
be made at any sale by any other house in town.
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*R U on a us ? Are you on to us ? Are you on to our perpendicular
plan of doing business? Are you on to our straightforward
honest methods.3 Plain figures, one trice, new goods. Come and
get acquainted with our methods, and you will join the crowd who
say "There is no place to trade like
Spencer .4 Perkins' New Store."
DELMONICO   RESTAURANT
Glxurola. Street, __r____a«_-_L___c_», *~S. O.
H.   DEMPSEY,    Proprietor.
THIS   RESTAURANT  HAS  BEEN RECENTLY  FITTED UP   IN
FIRST-CLASS STYLE.
FURNISHED ROOMS, SINGLE OR IN  SUITE, CAN BE HAD AT
ANY TIME.
GOOD SAMPLE ROOMS IN CONNECTION.
Oppenheimer Bros.,
PIONEER
[Wholesale Grocery House,
ioo and ..02 Powell Street, Vancouver, B. C.
FOR    SALE
ITwo Million Bricks
BY   THE
'IOKEER   STEAM   BRICK   YARD.
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COUGHLAN   &   MASON   Proprietors, VICTORIA,   B.   C.
IPost Office Box no.
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(pis k Commission Merchants
BASTION STREET & GORDON'S WHARF,
10* _____ -N- _____ X IMC O.
A. FULL  IiI_ST_E OF
Finest   Groceries   and   Fresh   Provisions
KEPT   IN   STOCK.
Ships    Disbursed   and   Supplies   Furnished
-'. .MILIES AND  SHIPPING  SUPPLIED.   GOODS   DELIVERED  TO ALL
PARTS   OF   CITY   AND   VICINITY.
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J!_r_A-.a_lt's   TRTA1..
lYrla, April 11.—Detective* in the service of the government are closely watching Boulanger's house in Purls, where
members nf the party meet secretly everv
dny lo dlSCUSs the slttintion. Naquet",
FarqUet and Lalsenf, the deputies who
have just been acquitted, have gone to
Brussels, but they promise to returh on
Thursday or Friday. The Senate will
nppointn committee of nine members to
examine tbe charges against Boulanger,
and to decide whether they are such as to
justify his prosecution. If this committee
submits an indictment, which is of course
expected to be the result of their deliberations, the accused is to be allowed twenty
daj-s within which to appear and defend
himself. Should Boulanger lie convicted
by default by not returning to Paris in
time to stand his trial, the sentence which
the Senate may pass upon him may stand
until he does appear, when everything
which has been done will be annulled
and a fresh trial will lie necessary. The
sittings of the Senate as a court will he
public, but the court is to deliber. te on
its decisions and do its voting in private.
A report on the Bourse this morning
that an attempt had been made to assassinate the Czar is not confirmed,
France nnd China have agreed to connect China and Tonquin by telegraph
lines and establish communications between Saigon nnd Peking.
THK PARNELL COMMISSION'.
London, April 11.—Before the Parnell
commission to-day Russell continued his
speech, saying 1'arnell's only care now
was to nnmask, what he belived to be,
the foul play against him.
Sir Charles Hussell continued his
speech in behalf of the Parnellites before
the Parnell Commission to-day. He declared thnt the publication by the Times
of the forged letters and the articles on
'Parnellism nnd Crime" were a serious
and reckless calumny. He characterized
the manner adopted by tho prosecution
and the tone of the Times' apology as
most ungenerous, Parnell'* only care now
was to unmask what he believed to be a
foul plot,
A SUSPENSION-.
London, April 11.—R, Kell & Company
of Bradford, hare suspended. Liabilities
£90,000.
The Standard says Germany muat
abandon tlie idea of securing the preponderating influence in Samoa.
WIM. DtHV Jl'RISDILTIOX.
Paris, April 11.—The seventeen Bou-
langists who will be Indicted by the senate court,- will deny Jurisdiction.
I'l'-TKRAL KXPINSBS.
Paris, April 11.—The Deputies voted
10,000 francs for expenses attending tbo
Chreureulo funeral.   , .
DOCK   LABORERS   STRIKE.
PnriB, April 11.—A strike of dock laborers at Marseilles has spread to all the
men in the city on the docks. The strikers' offices and steamship companies' offices are guarded.
DEAD.
St. Petersburg, April 11.—Pancher,
Minister of Roads, has died of pneumonia.
A   CHINESE  KILLING.
Wong Wing April 11.—Si, proprietor of
a cigar factory, was stabbed and almost
instantly killed late this afternoon, by Ah
Hing, who was formerly employed in the
factory. The murderer was tripped up by
another Chinaman as he was making his
escape and arrested. He said the murder was prompted by n dispute over a
small sum of money owed the assassin by
his victim.
OUHTRIP TO SEATTLE.
A Synoptin of the Adventures ef Three
"Mossbacks" in the Towns Across
the Sound.
UNITED STATES NEWS1
IT IS THE PAGE THAT KILLS.
] Amsrieaug. Lief *"> fa**- and Bi* tee
Ifcoii.
OANADIAK NEWS.
Col. Prior, Messrs. Mara and Gordon,
had an encouraging interview with Hon.
Mr. Bowell, Wednesday, for the purpose of
obtaining permission for the Canadian
Pacific Navigation Company's steamers
to use the American channels on the Alaska route. The Minister will make representations to Washington immediately.
Influential delegations from the boards
of trade of Toronto and Montreal interviewed Hon. Mr. Bowell to protestagainst
the imposition of duty upon inland freight
charges on goods purchased in Great
Bntinn. The proposal will likely not lie
pressed.
Hon. Mr. Costigan proposed some radical excise changes. Duty would he remitted on malt used in the manufacture
of vinegar. The duty on cigarettes would
be changed.
The anti-combines bill will be strongly
opposed before the commerce committee.
Thc value of the Canadian fisheries last
vear was *17,500,00O, a decrease of $968,-
000. The value of the British Columbia
fisheries is $1,902,000, a decrease of $76,-
900. Mowat says this was principally
owing to tho failure of the salriion fishery
on the Fraser last year, although the
average pack per cannery is reported to
be nearly the same as in 1887, the total
capita invested showing en increase of
.■"-8_,000.
Eighty-eight millions of fish were
turned out from the Dominion hatcheries
last year.
In the House Sir Richard Cartwright
moved n lengthy resolution condemning
the Government for improvidence in connection with the three per cent. loan. Sir
John Thompson made a most effective reply, showing conclusively that it was optional for the Government to redeem the
loan annually, or not until the expiration
of fifty years. The question was debated
for six hours, when the motion was negatived bv n majority of 43.
A delegation of the Dominion da'rvmen
interviewed tha Premier on Wednesday
to ask a grant of $9,000 to disseminate information am ing the farmers of Canada.
On Wednesday, the third of April, three
I "Mosebr.cks" of Nanaimo were invited
! by Captain Hughes, of thc good ship
I Ferntlnle, to visit Seattle and other cities
across tlie SoUiid, with the hope, We sus-
i peel, thnt a sight of American enterprise
I would tend to rub off Ihe lichens which
adhered to their dorsal vertebrae.
Punctually at 1 ;80 p.m. the ship set out
1 on her voyage, and the "m. bs," rejoiced
I greatly that the weather was fair, and
that chances of the agonies ef nial de
mer were very remote. Nothing worthy
of note happened until the evening,
when, after having partaken of the good
cheer of the Kerndale, the "ni. bs." eat
down to a game of poker with some officers of (be ship, and rose from the table
wiser but sadder men.having lostall their
beans.
About two next morning one of the "iu,
b's." was aroused by sounds, musical but
weird, proceeding from the next cabin
where his Nanaimo companions reposed.
What could it lie? The '-Ancen's"
calliope was far distant. He rushed on
deck and askedthe ollicer of the watch the
cause of the unearthly sounds, and received from him the information that it was
".IINKS SNORINO,"
At daylight, (or a few hours after) the
"m. b's" were on deck, antl found banks
of fog all around. These detained the
ship a little, and the "Ferndale" did not
reach Seattle I ill about 10 o'clock on
Thursday morning.
Seen after landing they were refreshed
by the sight of a face familiar to Nanaimo
folks, that, of Captain Freeman, of the
"Glory of the Sens," who very kindly put
his time and local knowledge'at their disposal, and conducted them in the cable
ears over a great part of the town. Our
space will not allow us to follow these interesting fossils in all their wanderings.
We cannot accompany one of them to the
University, we cannot invite our reader*
to witness the "high jinks" of another la
Tacoma, nor can we record all the cam-
pariMns, detrimental to Seattle and favorable to Nanaimo, Indulged In hy the third.
Suffice it to say that all were edified by the
sight of a fine and flourishing city, and
gratified by the kind attention shown
them by their American cousins. On*
remark made bv one of these ante* I*
worthy of the "Old Man of the Mountain." He wa* looking earnestly at one
ef thc fair ladles of Seattle, when he was
heard to chuckle, "lot* of bustle in thi*
town, he! he! he!
Port Townacnd was the next place visited by our townsmen, who fouad it to be
not so large a* Seattle, but a very progressive town. Where a year age there
were only wooden shanties, there are now
FINE BRICK -TORES
and elegant private residences. All honor
to American enterprise aad pluck.
On Monday morning they gladly re-
embarked on the hospitable Ferndale,
tired of sightseeing and eager to return to
their respective homes. There waa only
one trouble that seemed to weigh on their
spirits. The Ferndale had become to
them home—the kind-hearted captain and
his wife had left nothing undone to render their voyage agreeable, and they felt
that the time was drawing nigh when
each must go hi* own way, leaving these
good people to go on theirs, doing kiad
actions wherever thev go.
And now the time has come when we
must leave our moss-backs. They have
reached their adopted town and are at
peace. There i* no longer the bustle and
excitement of go-ahead town* to distract
them, and thev now sav with the "Lotos-
Eaters" :
"Surely' surely, slunber i, won, swtct
Than toil, tne shore
Than labor in lhc deep (iiid-ocean.
Wind and wave and oar—
O, rest ye, hrotner ■ariners, we will
WOl wander more."
TROI-RI.K FEARED.
St. Ignace, April II.—This morning the
lugs having on beard I'liiterl States Mar-
jshal Waters,  of (irand  Kapids,  Sheriff
j McKcnzie, of Soo, and Sheriff Melevier.
and thirty deputies from here, all heavilt
THIS AUD THAT.
The times are so hard that an Irishman
says he has parted with all his elegant wardrobe except the armholes of an old waistcoat.
"That's a fine purse you have, Henry."
"Vet.   My wife gave it to me on my birthday."
"Indeed! Anything in it?"
"Yeaj the bill for the purse."
The boy wko, when asked to what trade
he would wish to lie brought up, replied, "I
will be a trustee, because ever since papa has
been trustee we have had a pony and trap,"
was a wise child of his generation.
Russian Count: "Vou nod call'lis winter,
do you?"
Englishman: "Huh! If you waat to see
winter weather ia this country that would
raakc all Russia shiver, just you wait till
spring."
First Dude: "Why do you hang two thermometers in the window?"
Second Dude: "My dear fellah, one is for
heat and the other is for the cold, you know.
You ain't as well up ia astronomy as I thought
you was."
A jo.raal devoted tc houiehatd matters
(ells "How lo carve a fowl without gettiag
it of the plate." Another good way is to
drill a hole through the fowl, plate, aad table,
and then insert aa iron rod in the aperture,
aad screw a large mil on each end. This
obiates the necessity of the amateur carver
placing one foot on the breast of the bird and
the other oa ihe chnir.
Fvcrybtdy  knows   ihe   story of the vaa
who spent his life  following  a wild   beast
show, in the hope of being in at the death
of Ihe lion-tamer.     It appears that there ii a
geatleinnn who passes all his tune in railway
i travelling, in order, if possible, ta witness a
j railway accident.      Perhaps  when the acci
, dent does happen, if it ever does, he will be
too near to it to enjoy the spectacle, or to
relate the experience afterwards.
Four hundie-1 strolling musicians from ■   ... .»-..   ,.  ._-
Eiirone arrlvod at New York yesterdav. I General Boulanger says the French
ine Mu wai Union intend to try antl havo Government is insane, where., the Gov-
tltem -hipped b«o_, eminent ia only mad.
-ui.iiV-na crowd a very greal deal of life
■ within a sli.ni.space of time, Lut, in the end,
iis It'profitable? Right here in Saa Francisco
our millionaires who might take tbiags easy.
, find   it a struggle to reach  6.  years  of age.
Nobody seems to attain to whal may he truly
*in_ mil i> u,- rui.nn ir.iiu   uric, ml U-UYIll   '   .   „   ,   '    • ,. _"1_ ..   i       ' r .1
armed, left to  capture the baizes having " led * ''"f M °**\ ,J*L?   -".t      1
Modes brothers' mill aboard, en route fo. L"110'' "re'** "cfd 7f.^T:M^ ""*"
Canada.   A  desperate conflict   is feared, j
the barges  are   new lying in   American J
favjred cases.     According to IheT-hropean
atandard of life,  (Irani, Tilden,  ShcraMn,
waters Badly cut bv the" ice", and the cap-1 ''"• llKSS^Jfiu^, c.onk,--n?' ■%»«>•.
tains are afraid to 'venture out with them.   U-*»n-  '""T*8' "d a '_.s. °\ 0,^,r„ "
I numerous te mention, ought  to be with us
A street car strike, y-,.      The men who escaped the dangers of
Minneapolis,  April  11.—Owing to the   war hare am avoided the calamities of cosa-
rednction in pay of tlie street car conductors and drivers on the cur lines of this
city this morning, those on two lines have
struck, and other* are expected to follow.
The men employed on every street car
line in the city arc- now out.
HE  "wORKEn THE TIMES"
New York, April 11.—Thomas Walsh,
one of the men on whose promises of
startling revelation* and incriminating
documents, Sir Riclmrk Webster relied
to prove hi* case against Parnell and coil-agues, is now in this city. He slipped
away from Tendon the night before he
was wanted. He ..lieges that the agent of
the Times continued to urgo bim to mnke
disclosures against Parnell. Finally he
»et himself systematically to "work them"
and after getting all the money out of
them he could, he skipped to France, and
then to this country.
THE   INTERSTATE   COMMISSION,
New York, April 11.—At a meeting of
the Trunk Line passenger agents to-day,
it was agreed that the -system of  paying
sIh
pressing too much life withia a gives space
of time. The} have beea cut oil when the
ripeness of their faculties gave the best promise
•f fruit. Men attain an older age elsewhere. The Emperor William wai a soldier
until hi* ojrd year, and yet he has seen service equal to the best of them. Lard
Brougham, one of the hardest worked men
ever lived, attained the age of 94 years, an*
had a rig*wns mind to the last. Count Voa
Moltke is in his eighty-fourth ytar, and still
survives. Gladstone is eighty, aad is easlav-
ing the hearts of Irishmea every day of his
life, and his brother has just died at the age
of eighty-fire. Bismarck, Ihe Hercules *f
modern statesmen, is seventy-four. Dr.
D»llir.ger, one ofthe ripest scholars and aiost
ardent champioas of religious liberty
modern Germany has produced, the other day
celebrated his ninetieth birthday in grand
style, surrounded by the students of Mu*ich.
Teanyaon is eighty, aad Browning is only
three years youccer. Pope I -eo is 78, Cardinal
Manning ig 81, and Cardinal Newman has jusc
celebrated his 88th birlhdayr These mea
have been atsong the foremost brain workers
commissions to passenger agents shall be! of the century.   Each one hat achieved great
abolished. This agreement will go into
effect at once. This was brought about
upon the removal of S. F. Pierson as
chairman of the Passenger Commission.
The Baltimore A Ohio and one or two
other roods objected to him nnd would
make no concessions till lie was dropped.
Lueien Tuttle, of the Canadian Pacific,
was appointed to the vacancy.
x wick  FA-SAGE.
New York, April 11.—The Inman
steamer, City of Paris, arrived on her
maiden trip from Queenctown this morning. Time: tl day*, 18 hours and 53 minute*. 9he expected to beat the best record ever made. The Etrurla made tbe
run from Queenstown to New York. *r-
riving June 2nd, 1888, in 0 day*, 1 hour
and.... minute*.
ANOTUCa  VRR-IO.-..
Ne. York, April 11—TheMailand Ex-
pr***' special London cable says: The
agreement between America and Germany not to increase the naval forces at
Samoa during the conference, is interpreted to mean that the number of vessels in
S_me-.11 waters shall not exceed the number which waa atationed there liefore the
recent catastrophe.
KELLOW t'KVIR IN BRAZIL.
Washington, April 11.—The United
States Consul general at Rio de Janeiro
has reported to the Secretary of State
that yellow fever is prevalent there to an
alarming extent.	
APHORISMS.
results in his nwa sphere. Why should not
the leading men of the United Slates live
equally long? 1 s it nat because we art all
making more haste than speed?—Saa Fian-
cisco News-letter.
Censure is the tax a man pays to the
public for being eminent.—[Swift.
A man should live with the world a* a
citiien of the world; he may have a preference for the particular quarter or
square, or even alley, in which he live*,
but he should have a generous feeling for
the welfare of the whole.—[Cumberland.
Contentment is a Pi.'i'if K I \Xtei,
and whoever procures l ..•',' seof
10,000 desires make* a wise and happy
purchase.—[Balguy.
Avoid him who, from mere curiosity,
asks three questions running about a
thing that cannot interest liim.—jLava-
ter.
There is none made so great but he
may beth need the help and service and
stand in fear of the power and unkind-
ness even of the meanest of mortals.—
[Seneca.
The best throw with the dice is to throw
them away.—(Old Proverbs.
Envy's memory is nothing but a row of
hooks to hang up grudges on, Some people's sensibility is a mere bundle of nvci-
sions, and you hear them display and
parade it, not in recounting the things
thev are attached to, hut in telling you
how many thing* anil persons "they cannot bear."—[John Foster.
Good breeding ie as necessary a quality
in conversation, to accomplish all tbe
rest, as grace in motion nnd dancing.—
[Sir W, Temple.
i_JElil*__EW8.
[From Our Special Correspondent.)
Moat of the settlers hero were pleasantly *ur-pri*ed by tho speedy return
Mr. F.' McQuillon, seemingly none
woise far his trip to Nanaimo.   He
accorded a hearty welcome by hia naafiy
friends here.
Tbe weather ha* been all that could be
desired during the past few week*, a fine,
warm inn with inst enough rain to make
thing* grow. The farmer* are starting
their spring seeding and clearing. Of
course the acreage under crop it, a* yet,
small, but that will soon be remedied, as
several contracts forclearing and draining
land have been let.
Bi; Iom i* Literature-
A clever woman wa* recently asked wh*
should be made President of a certain association of which great thing* wa* expected. "I cannot name her," ihe laid,
"but ehooae tome one with a big note
and a big month." There may be ne suggestion worth a row ef pin* in thi*. but
none tlie less il it true that many of the
ruling men and women of power have
large feature*. Thi* is specially so in tbe
literary world. At a literary gathering
anywhere big noses or big mouths, or
both, will be noticeable. The same traita
arc observable at a apiritual seance. At
the council of women in Washington the.
noses of them wore in the aggregate moo u-
mental. It is the same at a meeting of
the Sorosis. Miss France* Willard baa a
big nose and a goad-sised mouth. Mr*.
Julia Ward Howe has a big mouth, but.
very fine and sympathetic. «.eorge Eliot's
nose lacked nothing in size. It really
look* a* if the big-noted, wid. -mouthed
people had the best of it in life, at least
from the public point of view,
fEBSOIAL.
Mr. H. C. Edward*, Mr. A. Iiaper and
Mr, Gimmei went to Yictoria hy yeater-
day morning'* train.
Mr. A. E. Plants went a* far as Seme-
no* on tho same train.
Mr. T. Glaholme, Mr. J. Hilbert and
Mr. H. McAdie arrived by the noon train
in this city.
Mr. S. I.eiser and Pilot McDonald arrived by the same train.
Mr. Chaa. E. Peabody, of the Victoria
Lumber Company, Chemainus, is in th*
eity on business connected with hi* firm.
' ■    _ ■ _»
SPECIAL NOTICES.
'"m    r
Regarding Urn mooted abolition ofthe
swallow-tail suit, a fashionable New York
tailor laid: "Such talk is all bosh. The
claw-hammer coat is the only correct style
for gentlemen. It is tbe grand result of
age* of experiment in men'iattire, and to
abolish it would be a step backward and
not a stride in the direction of a higher
civilisation aa it is thoughtlessly claimed.
Simplicity and harmony are the crowning
virtue* of the present fashions in evening
dress.   Garish color* are  essentially vul-
Er,   Imagine a practical New  Yorker in
ie* breeches,  velvet   coal  arid *»tin
w_l«eo_t,  Fndgel"
Ta those whom it may concern.—Mr.
Bullock's slore will be closed this day is
order lo enable him to mark down his goods
to cost prices. On Saturday, April 15th, he
will reopen, when the public will have a
chanc* to get dry goods and millinery at
their »wn prices. *
We advise all our friends who wait aew
hats, shirts, underclothing or neckwear to
avail themselves of Ihe cost price sale af dry
goods at Arthur Bullock's.
Smoke The News the best, 5 cent
Cigar in town. Only 5 cent* at Geo.
Cavalsky's. •
"Pk_ Tor" cigars; four for a QIMRTEI at
Ihe Little Wonder Cigar Slore.
* J. H. Hubert.
Before purchasing any groceries, dry
goods, jewelry or any other merchandise,
consult the advertisements in the Courier.
The Vancouver Coal Mining and I .ami Co.,
limited, _£?__*. give notice that any person
found cut ting or removing timber from their
land, withmit'obtaining permission at the
Company's Office will be pri,secufeil.—Sf
""" Ko-ius, Supflrtt^aad-Dt, *
Stylish prists, - embroidered diettet,
baudsomo new Frjjflcb dress good*. Water
ed nluslus just received at Arthur _tal-
locks. *
The first of the season Ri verside orange*,
navel oranges and new cabbages can be
Obtained at George Cavalsky'«. *
-.laagers and others visiting Departure
rtiy Or Fast Wcllinging are strictly pro
hibited from riding on the cars an tbe Fast
Wellington Railway.—EAST WELLING.
TON COAL CO.
LITTLE   WONDER   CIGAR   STORE
the Lion mk _■> __-.>_ aort-r.
People always wint to purchase the
best goods at the lowest price*. And *o
they should. And i{ the general public will
drop in at the above place, they wHI W*
the finest assortment of Tobacco* Clg«r»f
Cigarette*, Pipes in Meerschaum, Briar,
etc., and the BEST HAVANA CIGARS
always in stock. Tn BOOT, and SHOES
everybody can be suited.
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WANAIMQ   :. :•: COURIER
AN   INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER
THURSDAY,   ArRII.  ilih,   1S89.
Mr. James. O'Neil is authorized on behalf of tlie Nanaimo Courier to
canvass for subscriptions, advertising, receive payments and give receipt* for the
same in the city of Victoria.
Mr. John- Ccrrie is authorized on lie-
half of the Nannimo CouBIBB to
canvflss for subscriptions, receive payment* nnd give receipts for the snme in
Wellington.
how smnll the taper is, how feeble the ray
of light It easts, it is better than dark-
1 n< ss, and no man should be regarded for
! extinguishing the light he has."
If Colonel Ingersoll will  write in this
'. sentence the  word faith where  he hns
written renRon, be will give the world
i 111 ire truth than has come from his oen
! in all thi jears nf liiB zealous efforts for
the demolition of religious belief.
EDITORIAL   NOTES.
Esouimalt I Nanaimn;
Railway.
TIME    CARD   NO.   10.
fi 1 TAKE KfFECI AT 8_» A. M.|,ON SAT-
Ui D   Y, MARCH 3Mb. 188.1, TRAINS
RUN ON PACIMC STANDARD
TIME.
AGNOSTTCTSM.
Col. Robert G. Ixoeiikoi.l, who has
grown rich and acquired a certain reputa-1 mistise of tbo law
tion by nssniling the things which the |
larger portion of bis countrymen bold
aacred, discusses the above subject in the
current number of the North American
Review, nnd in the course of his discussion he establishes to bis own satisfaction,
at least, that the underlying difference between the agnostic and the Christian believer is that the former is honest enough
to draw the line ot his belief at what he
really knows—at the purely demonstrable
—while the latter is so sea . ns to be
blindly credulous. He does not give the
Christian even the dignity of faith. It is
credulity. He says: "The faith of a
wise man is a reasonable conclusion
drawn from tbe known." Now, if this is
8a, faith is tbe result of a syllogism ami is
deprived of the qualities which have been
ascribed to it by the ages, It is merely
the belief that is founded upon the sum
of man's experience, not the unquestioning confidence with which children count
[a the present days of the telegraph it
is a clear impossibility t" investigate the
1 ruth of every news Item Bent to a newspaper. Any reasonable precaution against
a misstatement should, of course, be observed. Rut to punish the newspaper for
a fault of which it was not the author, and
ngninst   which it   could   not   guard, is n
ad!
3    _       _■ ' r
« _  all
LEET, GORE & CO.,
id
SURVEYORS,   CONVEYANCERS, NOTARIES AND COLLECTORS*
<><3*V'*I3Il_Nr_VI___3_>_-_r    STREET,
\CMe ^cett. Victoria, B.
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.1-3 __...-_._-.__ = Departure Bay Express
The sort of libel suits to which newspapers nre often subjected is illustrated by
a case just decided by the Minnesota Supreme Court.
The  Minnesota   Tribune was   sued for
saving of a man   that be   bad "removed!
his office to bis house to save expenses."
Of course   the Supreme Court   held that
this was no libel, remnrking that the Ian-,
gunge "did not import anything unlawful, :
disreputable  or  unprofessional,   since n'
professional man hns a perfect moral and
legal right to change  the location  of his
office to Mb bouse in his discretion for any
reason*  satisfactory to  himself, whether |
to save expense or otherwise."   The allusion might be   in "had taste," but   "the,
law of libel cannot be invoked   to redress
every breach of good manners."
Though the plaintiff had no case, nnd
the suit wns frivolous, the pnper was sub- j
; . _   2. Q O r .°o   ->  C r. -I
! S 3  O g ih « M m \r. •$ -t
'jf_ _ h ei ei _ •_ o o o 0.0 _.--_-
B<
g ;     Leaves Nanniinn Ilnily, excepting Sunday,
r:   at eleven  o'clock .1. in., nnd 3 o'clock p.m.,
returning at 9 o'clock a.m.,   nnd 1 o'clock
p.m.
JASi HARPER; Proprietor
'     Opposite  the  Esqttimal.   and Nnnaimo
Canadian Pacific Navigation  Co.     B^Eb^ft
OCCIDENTAL    HOTEL.
This Elegant nnd commodious
NEW BRICK HOTEL
.951 %-t, 8-2
.•" _ a o 0 c ;
u V g  a rt .6
C'|_=.E.3_-| I'g'lsli
***g[_S-^j|WO-5"3_;s.s
C   rtfj
[LIMITED]
TIME   TABLE   No.   io.
TAKIN-TEFFECT FEBRUARY iot, 1889.
BURRARn INLET ROUTE.
L*    ie   1   to.
9    Q       ? S"^ i (.*«_• VO   _^l'   _   -  **» <0 **0 00 "-0
Z     7        r4'3--'ro*0-t_.0*-eo**J-**l'l'«'1*'
M certain, the kindness of  their parents i f,10'1,!0  the excuse ami  unnoynnce of
and older people look up to the unlailing
lefending it in the court of last resort.
§_
o
a
'  _C_| r^ror.-.l-i-.-._.l_ fl _)  f-      I-
lienignily of the great Power which gives 	
the sun, thc rnin, the seasons, and in Ihe j Doctors nnd physiologists give perti-
end sees that nil things are well for man. nent counsel to mothers in warning tbem
Col. I.-obbsoll says: • •  i not to force bright young children in the
"Prof. Huxley and Frederick Harki-i matter of mental development. They do
son are splendid soldiers intbenrmy of j not need stimulus, and will ncquire know1-
progress. They have attacked with Bigunl I edge rapidly enough ; the chief affair at a
snecess the sacretl and solemn stupidities I tentler nge lieing the conservntion of
of superstition. Both have appealed to , health antl physical growth. Sound boil-
that Which is highest and nobles! in man.   ies first and then mental culture. - Let tlio
«.(_-.
OS SATHKIfAYS o'lt Sl\r %\..
VICTORIA  TO V_nrouvw nn . Mootlvvllle dally
,n e«-_i Miwil_v. -t . -Vloi-li.
VANrOrvF.- TCI Victoria, dailv. "*«. t Moralay,
nt irn o'nlnrk or on tlie arrival of the C. P.
Rnllwny Train.
Ptir.F.T ROUND ROUTE.
R.S. TRKMIFR will leave n, follows:—Vancouver
1 n.i-.. Mon.nv* anil Tburs-avs, .ri.tiirr.in_
leavci -untile W.dneRl1Sva anil Ratunlavs at fi
a.In., n-rivtnp in Vnnronver nhnnt 6 p.m., tills to
ta_e ,-iT.rf Tlmr^.lnv, Kehriim.- oth.
NVW W'FSTMIVSTER ROUTE.
T pjtv-e virTORi \ for Sev W*'_n,ln»ter, T.adner'a
I andlop and I nlu talsild. Rltnda' s anil Thurs-
'..v. it - _-~tn,-l-. Tiievlava at " ft'rlock.
1 .-nv . NFW IVF-T.IIr._TFP for Victoria anil
wav nortc on Monrlav at 2 n.m., Wednesday anil
Fridi.- 1111m,
"T.IIMPFP PA-«. Sunday at 7 o'clock.
FRa-F-  PIVFR ROI'TF..
..spipri fnr llr.. - nnd   _av nor», !--iv^ New West-
mi-, t-.-r .verv Thltradav!   Fnr rhllltWlincIc and
wav landlnlt,  'very Titaadav nnd Siiturday at
- i r.
R\prY .v c,'*--'i oot'TF..
•fu- i.lv,,  Vlrrnrt. for   .'l-erni am!
young people have for a while what may
be termed an animal life, free, unburden-1
ed, with little care save for food and sleep j
and plenty of fresh air. Their minds will j
be assertive soon enough, and thought!
will bring its inevitable yoke.
Uolli have been the destroyers of prejudice, Both have shed light and both
have won great victories on tho fields of
intellectual conflict. They ennnotnfford
to wasto time in attacking eneh other.
After all, the agnostic and tho positivist
havo the same end In view—both believe
in living for this world.   The theologians
finding themselves unnble to answer
arguments that have been urged, resoi
to the old subterfuge—to tho old cry that
agnosticism takes something of value from
tbe life of man.    Hoes llio agnostic tuke
any consolation from tho world?   Does
ll   bl.it out or dim one star in tho Ik -ven
ui hope?   Can there be anytblaj: more
consoling than to feel, to know, that Jehovah is not God—tbat the message oi
the Old Testament is not from   the In
finite?"
Agnosticism,  according   to   orthodox
leaching, takes away from all whom il
, touches that very faith which Inoersoi.i.
calls credulity and, as many have said, ii
give3 us nothing in return.   But setting
aside the religions side of  tho question
and speaking only of human happiness
' nnd well being, is the man who with
iconoclastic band shatters our faiths antl
beliefs    a     friend-    or  - an    enemy?
Tbe  question  arises,  was  a  man ever
the  worse  for    believing   tbnt    which
is of itself  harmless or beneficent?   Ie |
-_it_, or even credulity, not   to be  pre-j
feircd to the  knowledge which   is, per-1
haps, not wisdom.'and which comes out
of the heart, that which is pure and elevating, leaving the empty chamber to .be
tenanted by tho owls and bats of cynicism
and suspicion?   If  Ingersoll's standard
of judging of the divine were applied  to
men, we should hnve to believe every
man a scoundrel until  be   was proved
honest,  and   every   individual   of   all
the millions muet lie put to a personal
test    lest    those   who     tell     us    he
is honest, may themselves lie linrs.   How
pitiably small would be the circle of friends
around about such n pessintist ?   And yet
is there not a grain of truth in the sentiment, judge it bow we may ?
Butane objection to be noted is thnt (he
ngnostics would take much from us' thnt
is ill to be spared.   To take away from us
th«f faith that is greater than reason is to
take away tbe hope that- is greater than
misfortune.   A little child nil Christmas
morning steals out of bed in .the twilight,
oreepssoftly to the flreplaciy^pul, clasping
its(jcell-fllled stocking, ciidJt*_i-l«vk:.intfr'
the  warmth  to examine   tbe beautiful
things that   Santa Claus has  brought.
The child is creduleus, but would you tell
her, after all, that  Santa.  Clans  wdS* a
myth, and that some one else brought the
gifts, and tbe doll she fondly embraces is J >
only a bag stuffed with sawdii-t, amjcai)-.   "
not hear her singing to it ?    ■''■".
We, perhaps, have not  more:^religion | COMMERCIAL   STREET.
than we ought to have, but we ".will say  rn,   i -, -n      • .- r u i.j
~1   .. .,''/. rhysician Prescriptions carefully compnunded
thd, nr. man una _>v„r   II,o  n-Amd Ia.    !.«., '_ ' f.        .   '.
Return tickets will  -e -issued  t il-i-m
for a sin.le fare pood for return Vomlnv.
Return tickets for our and a half r__!__.y far- i,;,y
be ntucliased daily to all points, eon ' 'ortt-ree ila.'s
incfudin. the dav of issue.
No return tickets issued for a silicic fare -hen
slich fare is as. cents.
Tlirout!- rates between Victoria and Comox
R. DUNSMUIR, Pre-id-,it:
JOS. HUNTFP. O.i e-al Ruperintimdent;
H. K. PRIOR, General Krei.ht and P«tie_ger
Ajenl. '
S'VanHouten & Handle.
lM.ni.T_RS AND nF.AI.F.IIS IN
Hardware : Stoves
Tinware
Wc manufacture all kinds of
SHEET IRON, TIN
AND COPPER WARE.
PLUMBING   AND GASFITTING
Promptly attended to.
I     85?"A specialty made of Tin Roofing and
Cornice Work.    E_ti_iatcs  given and work
I guaraalccd.
VANHOUTEN & RANDI.E,
Victoria Crescent     -    -     Nnnaimo, 11. C.
j ¥_yM0NTrl)Rf)s7
HF.AI.FUS   IN
New and Second-Hand
GOODS.
All Kinds of Goods Bought,
Sold and Exchanged.
(VICTORIA CRESCENT, '   '
|.       ';  ." .'Opposite Provincial; Hotel;
FIRST BAN K
—aXTABUSHED   IN—
City 0 NanaimoI"'
ct. nnii""
<: v* '     *■■ ■ ■ ■•■ - "n t'..
v.p'riTTrw >*    "n'"**'F
' • ■nt.-ej'li   '.i-'hrvvw-i'Mepv.rpfPort   .l-fWri   SIU1
tr t-r* i»*II_(l nnr« ->_ tSe FIr<»  nn'l   ^!f'T; th  of
-*.r'i mnt.*i*    WliMPWf infW^nl   'niltiwiwn.
.,tT-r. \A\\ r%\\ if nntnr** *■* t»ii*  v.V.t  Con .t  anil
Oti(!,n rhnrli-tir* J-tUr^_.
fhi rr-ro-.finv tc-erv-.  th** riffhl  nf -hr_n_:ine tins
'0\tu. Tflhl*. « nnvMr-if nitH.^r n_-Jfir(.tinn,
'J. A. rARiKTON |f»KN TRVTNO.
Gen. Airent, Manmjer.
Whitfield    Bros.,
IMPORTER-   AND    DEALERS   IV    BOOTS
AND SHOES
foots nnd PI fics rrr.de to ordrr, rrr.i'r'n. a snerii-'t'
rtnrl" r„.r.,i    ..-.,.:,■,    r r
BANK   OF
Colli.
(iKCORrORATRD BV ROY At, CHAJ.TRR, 1865.)
CAPITAL fH'dV-0-l,.MM>
(WITH rOWBR TO tNCREASR.)
London   Ofpicr—a8 Cornhill.  on don.     Branches
at San Francisco, I'-mlaml, Oi , Victoria, New
Westminster, Vancunver, Nanaimo and
Kamloops.
A-, ill*, mill   ' orr.Hi.on.l.m.:
In Canada—The Rani* of Montreal and branche.
U.MTUD States—Agents Runic of Montreal, 50 Wai
Strret, New York; —H.inV of MWritWal, Chicago.
UnITBTI KINGDOM— Bank of  British   Columhi...   if
Cornhill, London; National Provincial Bank of
England; North and South Wales Bank;
British   I iut-n   Company's   Bank;
Bank of Ireland.
ndia, China, Japan, Australia, New Zealand Hotiir
Kong   and   Shanghai   Bank   Corporation-
Chartered  Bank of J ml i.i, Australia and
China, English, Scottish and Australian  Chartered   Bar.k,  Bank  uf
Australasia,    Commercial
Bank Co., of Sydney.
Mexico and South Amrhica— London   Ri_nli    *
Mexico and .otltfl An-.Tii.:.
Telegraphic Transfers and  Remlttancei. tr- an-' fn
all points can he made through tli:. B.tnk ar
current  rates.
ollectiom carefiillv attended to out* <-\eri HewH
tion of banking  transacttd.
jrXi
o-,rTT?7ir»»r-,Nrif?.T_iX._
—AlWAVfl—
A   CHOICE   ASSORTMENT
OP TnE'KINF.BT
MEATS   AND   VEGETABLES
IN TIIK  MARKET.
Tree Dflllmry to All Parts of the City.
I    I
I    I
.'OMMEIK'IAI.    STUB
L
Tho Largest and Best Hotel in th    Citv,
11. V. A IK INS    . . . PKOP.
NANAIMO. B.C.
G. H. BLAKEWAY& QO.
I-IfORTING ANn DISPENSINO
CHEMISTS AND 1IRU.HHSTS.
[The Nanaimo Pharmacy
Country r.rdcrs promptly nllendeil io.
that no man was ever the wor__ for lion
cat belief; million-  lave  lieen sent to
wreck by doutit and _uip.-ioii, and bow'    .      ...
many of na  have - amied in   tlie same  • I      W        HI I    RFRT
tronbler  Ifctrr^^n^ho.n   we! U *    "" "      nlLDtn.'
meet daily hi all avoeafiona of  life are i keeps the laroest and best
seekinis  ufter  light,  ami oft.n  do notj ttpeti of
find it, and we are compiled to say tbat  BOOTS   AND SHOES IN-THE CITY.
Ingersoll does not assist th*-m  in their j 	
, -tru_|rle-.   In tht_ same paper Ingersoll j Givc him . ca
tsyi: "Man bag but little reason,at best;;. nK ¥lnl,sp
but thle little ehould be used.   No matter I   Ma™,;-,?
I arid get prices,
COMMERCIAL
ST.
E.M.  YARWOOD.
Solicitor of the High Court, Optarlo,
—ANn—
NOTARY PUBUO FOR BKITIH COLUMBIA.
Office in Smith's I. mlding, Commercial
Street, Nannimo.
Russell McDonald & Co.,
GENERAL   DEALERS
ANn
Auctioneers
COMMERCIAL   ST,
NANAIMO.
Sell in   the regular way at Rock-Bottom
Trias and at the
Saturday Night Auction Sale
TO   THB   HIGHEST BIDDERS.
POSITiYEIA'  WITHOUT RESERVE,
EAST   WELLINGTON
T.   F    PECK.   Proprl-'or.
•IR.-T-CI.A.     IN EVERY   PARTICULAR.
The Choici-st Rra-trt^or Winfs, I.iot'OK-and Cigars
always on Imml.
A CALL BOtlCITF.T).
OITY l%XA.X\XC.X<t¥.
Next   duor    to   Hirst's   Ilros.,
Comnicrcial Street.
W. D. DEEBLE, Prop.
Conscantly on hand a full assortment of
Choice Meats antl Vegetables.
Shipping supplied at short notice.
LELAND   HOUSE,
PROUT    &    INSLEY,    Proprietors.
-irirtly First-Class.    Accont-IQltfttlon for i?5 Gtl-IU,
Convcnittit to Railway HtBlIon anil St^am-
shin   I.iorli.
CORNER OF  HASTINOS ft DRANV1I LF
STRFF.TS,   VANCOUVER,   B.  C.
JT_*!___.> ui 2I3_.JiJ.1 voy
IMI'OKTEK OP
ENGLISH AND CANADIAN MERCHANDISE.
Commercial Street, Nanaimo,   B. C.
F,   W.   COOK, C.E.,
CIVIL ENGINGEER AND SURVEYOR,
Surveys timtier nnrl other c'aim-
•A.dresj-COMQXi BCr
Mar 30-tf
after a thorough over-hunt
ing and fitting up, be
CONDUCTED IN FIRST-CI.ASS STYLE
Special c..re will be given lo lh_
Dining - Department
And no trouble will be spared to satisfy
everybody.   Fine elegantly fitted up
__3_E__D   ROOMS
IS"SAMPLE ROOM"^E-
For  Travellers.     Only    first-class   Wines,
Liquors ami Cigars   dispensed   at  the
BAR.    We solicit your patronage.
T___AM.IJN.U-
/-Nklil.t...  FOR  dravaoe  or  teamtJ
'-'   left in ihe Excelsior Raker)-, Commercial itrrfl
nr  Mansou's  slor..   Halilmrinn  street,   will rtci
prompt attention ut moderate rates.
... ANDERSON,
Allien SlfL-et,
April 6- tf Nnnaimo, B.C
NOTICE.
Having disposed of Ihe type and !ixturc*'|
the Nanaimo Morning Courier to the Coi |
U.R Printing and Pnlilishi.-.g Company, all al
counts due the saitl paper will lie collcctj
hy me, and all liabilities of the NanainjL
^lorning COURIER will be paid by me il
presentation. UOUT, TODD, f
Donald   Smitl
NOTARY PUBLIC, CONVEYANCERJ
REAL   ESTAT]
AND INSURANCE AGENT,
Jolin Decker & Co;    **«* P.O.___.... •,,
W. R. ROBERTS, ~f|
fell 8 tf
DON'T READ THIS I
I V/atch Maker & Jeweler-
NORTH WELLINGTON      J
Opposite Railroa- Station.
Watch., and Jewelry boufht, sold and repaired. ]
j PC^DLElCJbGRESTAURA-r
NANAIMO, B. C.
1
j P. Jii._i_.ie.son, Prop.'
WiBR.CiDJ_IME_fER, DR, PHilOyiten,  Cakes, Jellies, Ice Cream,  Blin..|
Mange, &c,    Thc orly White I-abor
Rcstanrnnt in Town.   Meals
from  _ ? e«nts up.
For a First-Glass  Hair Cut, Snave or
Shampoo, go torllie
Nanaimo Sharing an. Bath Rooms,
COMMERCIAL ST., NANAIMO, B. C.
JOHN LEWIS, Proprietor.
PRIVATE F.NTRANCE FOR I API**.
l-lnir- Erqi-nr-r. United Slalts Ind
Provlnc cl Surveyor and As-
sayer. Vancouver. B. C.
I* « f>»RTN-_ OF i. M'VICKfR SALT LAKE CITY.
fosiPODo1it_n Market
Unliable repom, underRKiunc. surn-y.. and maps
of nii-e- executed at low ralci. AeSiiyt. nude on all
lei- in o' Mtnemt**, r,.,\\ a,,,! e;ilvnr barn. Tlilrty
v r*   Bxperieiiei   In  mlnlnp fn   \_la, Run p.   and
V    Iff*,   -'tr,-       f    ■ p.p.:    , t;   -flit,   f.t     iRTtK.iag.J),
'    a  ■   fm i-; -i>     irtei de'    .0.
R.   CRAIG, '
General tiltclcEmith ft Carriage Buildei
Pasilat street Eridre, Uanalmo, B. C.     ^
IV th Vevt Premises,   Modern Machinery and  Pir_\|
f'liuis   Wor- n.en,  all Stiles of \\ neons,      ft
r   r» r* ntla*nuRBl» will be tiuifl
■    > - rt'.t 1 At iv.  repair)!
if
F. REVELY,
Master.
NANAIMO   AND   COMOX.
Will  leave  Victoria every Tuesday at 7 a.111., for
"   mich.   "
 „.JH
ev ry Wednesday at 7 ft,
X. naimo, calling at Saanich.   Bufgoyiie Hay, Vesu-
l.ayiuid  Chhmainus.     Will   leave    Nan.imp
for
COMOX
An! Way Pol tt* and return at 7 a.m., every Thurs*
day« Wdl leave Nanaimo every Friday at 6*8 a.m.,
fur Vancouver, and return the same day at 1:30 p.m.
Wilt leave Nanaimn every Saturday at 7 tun** for
Vi.coiia, falling at Chemainus, Veiuviu* Itay, Hur-
goyne.Bay and Saanich, For Freight and Pastagv
ap _ly on board.
Mar 1—tf
RF.SIDKN'T  1'IIYSICIAN AT CLINTON.
APPLICATIONS  for   the  position  of Resident
Physician  at  Clinton  will be n-ctived   at  the
Provincial Secretary's Office up to Saturday, the a«tn
day nf April net:!.
Government stipend at thr rate of $750 per annum.
A CAMKBELL REDDIE.
Dejiuty Provincial Secretary.
Provincial Secretary's Ofiiee,
33rd March, if.Bg. mh .7 Ap ao.
RI.D   HOUSE.
ALEX. MAYKR   -   MARCUS WOL. E.
Alex. Mayer & Co.,
Wholesale anil Retail Dealeis in Gp.nf._ai..
Merchandise
Onlers   promptly   anil   carcftilly delivered-
SHIPPING SUPPLIED AND SHIPS DIS
liURSED.
Commercial Street,
Nanaimo, B.  C.
DEW DROP HOTEL,
HAL-BURTON      ST.,     NANAIMO,
i he bc-.t of I.itjno'
.1 Cigar
:,t  tlie  :i..r.
I I. ,Jj
• fo   B..,r     .
|.L-r   n.ti .tli     ;'j.'..
SAMUlil. HAQtia,
To the tolling Public
TICKET S
——rn  m.i.  roiNT.   on THB 	
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAIL'}''
And its connections m; y he lia I Tr »     11
A. SHAW- Agent,   •   •   Nftiuumo.
COMMERCIAL   MILL!
LEA MY & KYLE, Props.
  I
MAN. PACTURF.RS AND  DBALBIS IN
ALL   KINDS  OF   ROt'OH  AND
DRESSP.D
L U   M B E R
.OORS, WINDOWS. BLINDS, SHINGLES.
LATHS, Etc,, Gto.
TKLEPHONE.   OlSee and Yard! I
SOUTH END CAMBIE ST., FALSE CK fl
VANCOUVER,   11.   C. J
C. C. McKENZIE,
Land Agent, Conveyancer, Accountant^
and Insurance Agent.
Officii:—C. L. Smith's Building, Pastion Street, j
Nr naimo.
Town Lot. and Farms for Sale. Money to Loan cn i
Mortgage at low rate** .*
Agent f:Jt the (iia-j;ow and London Fire Insurance \
Company.
R. J. W. ATWOOD,
Chemist & Druggist,*,
Patent Medicines, Perfumeryand '
Toilet Goons.
rrc-cripticn.. Carefullv Compounded,
OOHKEBOIAL STEEET, NAHAIIIO, B.   Or.
"notice;
J.l
Asseisment Act and Provincial Re»cnue Tax, Ntnalf
mo District.
Notice Is hureby given, in accordance  with the \
Statute-t, thnt Provincial Revenue Tax and all Taxct ■
levied under the Aucisment Acts are now due for the
,e: r,  t8So,  and  payable at   my   office,   Nanaimo;
A_!.ea_ed Taxes, if paid on or before June 30th, 18B9,
are collectable at the following rat-*., viz:
Ji of 1 per cent, on Heal Property. 'i'i
116 cents per acre on Wild Land. |?1
One-third tf one percent, on Personal  Property,        |
.. uf t ier ' ent on IncomCi
If I „i<l..fitr rLuno 3q*b, i3.-.:—
j\ of 1 per rent, on Uoal Prfiperty.
S1; cent, per acre on Wild Land.
)'■> of 1 per cent, on Penonal Property*
•' uf 1 ncr ceor; on In .ornc,
M. BATR.
\_M__Ki***•** ' " ►ll* lot,
T0~ "
ETJEOPE, OANADA or the
*0*3-t.ltoc_L States.
To save  money consult the ttndcrsijjntKl at *1
J. II. Ililliert's Boot &  Shoo   Store,  Conv ' 1
mercial street, about rates to or from Great    \
llritnin  and the Continent or to any psit in J]
the   I'niled    States    and    Canada   before  ll
purchasing clscwh-re, i T
W. II. DEN-.-S0N, I
Railway and Slc.mship Agent, 11
Nanaimo, II, C,        I 1 -:'■■ ■■'■QSkSyJ* ,->>•''
i'..   lAjSt-^1 - V-*-"
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STEAMER SERVICE.
1 A. M.
7 A. M.
7 a. it;
day of Oc
children,
the 14th
the head
Franklin,
[Between Nanaimo, Comox and Victoria.]
Steamer Amelia.
Arrive- in Nanaiamo every Tuesday evening.
Leaven Nanaimn for Comox Wednesday	
Returns from Comox for Victoria,
Wednesday evening.
Leaves Nanaimo for Victoria Tlutrs-
.   <**.	
Leaves Victoria for Nanaimo, Friday	
Leaves Nanaimo for Victoria,  and
all way ports S) turday     7 A. M. I misfortune.
[Between   Nnnaimo and  Vancouver.]
Stfamer Rainiiow.
Arrives    at     Nanaimo    Tuesdays-- Leaves,
Nanaimo Wednesday morning.
[Between Westminster, Comox St Nanaimo.]'
Steamer Robert Dunsmuir,
Airivcsin Nanaimo Wednesdays and Sun
days—Leaves    Nanaimo    for   Comox     1
Thursdays—Leaves    Nanaimo   for
New  Westminster    Saturdays
and Mondays.
Trains leave Nanaimo for Victoria.   9:04 A.M.!
 ' Wellington      12:29 p- M- i
*' arrive in    " from Victoria    12:20 P. M.
i,     ,,   ,.     ..    .1 Wellington       8:e5 A. M.
On Saturdays an extra train leaves Nanaimo for Victoria at 1:56 p. Hi     A train also j
leaves Victoria for Nauaimo,  arriving here 1
at 6:55 h. M„ and leaves for Wellington at |
lOilj r, M.
POSTAL SERVICE.
Mallj clote daily for Victoria ;
and way stations  8 A.M.
"   Arrive    Mi-0 A, M.
*'   Close for Wellington...    11:45 A.M.
*' For Comox, Alberni and
way stations every Wed"
ncsday  J r. M.
"■cihrr: they have  had nine
all of whom were horn on
of October,   The name of
of  this   ftmiily  is   Joshua
and their residence Glade
Mountain, .'•'. Va.    Mr. Franklin says
that he was a confederate soldier; that
he   was   captured   twice   by  United
States troops, that he lost two hrotheis
in the war;  and  that all four of these
occurred on lhc memorable 14th of October.   In the nti{;h-
borhood tho  family is reg rded with
superstition, and not a human being
can he prevailed upon lo stay in -ihe
house or on the premises on cither day
or  night   of  the   fatal   dat<
Bcarcely necessary io  add   fcnvthing
further ih  regard  lo this storv, save
that ils origin  has been (raced lo a
Chicago   newspaper, a mere   coincidence, doubtless,  but one from which
we leave the reader to draw his own
inferences.—[The Epoch.
BURY THE CROAKER.
•rjacE-
NANAIMO COURIER!
CO umbia • Carriage - Works
astings Street, East of Carroll, Vancouver, B. C.
This extensive establishment baa just op-fied.    A large anil well selected -t-flt_f -^j^'
Carriages,   Buggies,   T-nckboa(l,v»
will be kept in stock and hade ro order.
Pnbli-l_«d every morning except
MONDAY
-AT-
TlfiDOF onflflrUP       Haviug (waited ihe .-_.t t.lioer on the Const, thii Jebartmenl will be mad*a j
llU-loJ-*l--lUi_I_ltr.      M-_-ci;_liy.   We c-uarantrt to prevent iior.<.-s from [nmnniM t,r ovefmaewng
I.AM..   HOlt kin ehod and treated on (Ji* I_rtert appiwed prindple*. !
nPDADIlTn        Repalrin*! in al! its branchw, us »«|l -u PAiX'taSti, THI.il-_IMJ,-_-t.r., oonz with
XlbrAlllJilt.       neatnew and at moderate prices.    IJght and Heavy r»lU_l_M_M p. Sjery d-scriptio n |
1 .tticitde.] to.    lPtFv-iy| department will receive the pemonal rawrvtilon of our Mr. fsjcJfftBo, on old e _• (
perienoed workman* v'-II and favorably known iti many part-; ofthe Itomini'.*,.;
A.  T.  MoNABB   _fe  Co.
r nay j
*! Ianaiffio*B.u
GARESOHE   GB.EEN & CO,
_B -_____. OV _HL _____ -Ft IS,
Government Street
Victoria, B. C.
Thin paper is a live exponent of the
interest of
PECUI.I A R COINCIDENCES.
Both history aad biography are full
of Instances of strange coincidences,
and a brief mentien of some of thr
most remarkable of them may be of
interest,
The coincidences in names which
are frequently met v. ith are not only
curious, but often quite amusing. It
is odd that one of the most noted of
American physicians should have rejoiced in the uncommon nam? of
"Physic."
A notable sign on one of Boston'-
busiest streets bears th. remarkuh!
legend: "Cole & Wood, deal«-rs ir
wood and coal," the members of this
firm evidently having an unusually
fine preception of the "poetical fitness
of things,"
A New York lawyer named D 00-
little once unwittingly entered int'
partnership with a barrister name'1
Steele, but a singular lack of client-
soon became painfu'ly noticeable, and
it was found advisable to dissolve, th
name ef the firm proving altogether
too  suggestive to prospective patrons
A Tew years ago the writer noticed
In the Immediate vicinity of the residence of the late Wendell Phillips, in
Boston, the somewhat odd coincidence
of a broker's sign bearing the firm
name of "Wendell & Phllll,.*.!'
A few years ago in Uoston, a lawsuit was on the docket in which the
parties bore the respective names of
Daniel Webster and Catherine Le
Rey. As these names are by no
means common, the coincidence is
somewhat striking, for Catherine I.'
Roy was the name of the lady whom
Ihe great Daniel Webster married.
The following instances may be. regarded hy the superstitious as a sufficient warning against all jests on such
a grim subject as death. It is related
by Mr. Bolton, an English actor and
author, that the famous tenor, Sim
Reeven, was once playing the Squin
In the pantomine of "Old Mother
Goose," and at the very moment when
' he was walking oft' the stage, singing:
"My wife is dead, there let her lie,
She's at rest, and so am I,"
A man tapped him hurriedly on the
shoulder and whispered, "You must
come home directly; Mrs. Reeves is
dead." Greatlv shocked Mr. Reeves
hurried home and found it but too
true.
The other instance to which I refer
Bury the croaker out in the woods
in a beautiful hole in the ground;
where the woodpecker pecks and the
bumblebees hums and ihe straddle ling
straddles around, lie is no good to
this city of push; loo unpractical,
stingy and dead, but he wants the
whole earth, and all of its crust, and
the stars that shine overhead. Then
hustle him off lo thc bumble bee's
roost and bury bim deep in the
ground; he's no use to us here, get him
out of the way and make room for a
man who is sound.—[1.x.
A WAl'.VIMI.
The modes of death's approach are var«
ous, and statistics show conclusively that
more persons die from diseases of the Throat
.nil Liin|;; than any other. It is probable
that .vcryone, without exception receives
vast numbi-rs of Tu'.-rcle Germs into the
system and where these germs fall upon suit-
lid? soil 1I1, y start intn life and develop, at
first slowly and is shown by a slight tickling
si.ns-iti' n in the thr"..! and if allowed to con-
tinit th-ir ravages tiny extend to the lunjj-
prT-du.iiu f.'.v.'tip |' !• h and to thi- head,
-i.ii.in-> < Uiril-g ? n alUs __.pcr.MU, nni
'f "II -•■ lii'l-l 1 t1 vill in tine came
-<!_iti \t ih. int yim must act with
pr__i|tlmi-,i -Jim. ing a cold to En without
.ttonti.n is dangerous and may los- r
life. As soon as you feel that i.u.. ...1 s
wrong with your Throat, lungs _i Ncs.i Is
ibtain a bottle of Hoschee's German Syrup.
tt will give vou immediate relief.
Joseph M, Brown
ira.
■ '.til.ISll.    AM MRU A.N    .■;..'   _.V1.-S
WATCHES  A   CLUCKS CLEANED
AND REPAIRED.
..GENT FOR S. S. KIMHELL's CHAMPION FIRE AND BURGLAR-PROOF
SAFES,,
Front Street, Nanaimo,
And is tlior.-ufhly
INDEPENDENT IN POLITICS'
Deposits Received in Gold, Silver and U. S. Currency.   Interest paid on Ibe same
on lime deposit*.
Gold Dust ami U. S. Currenoy purchased at highest nmrket rates.
Of Sight Drufts and Telegraphic Trnunfers on Han Francisco, New Vork and
Canada.
Exchange on Loudon available in all parts of Europe, England, Ireloud and
Scatlu-id.
Letters of Credit issued on tbe principal Cities of the United .Stales, Canada aud
Europe.
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( Boilers,   I .ih   Canning    end Mining    Machinery,
Hydraulic (.iapu ud Pipe    REPAIRS eiecnle-
Ljyittl dispatch-   V*or. s running night anil ilay.
Wm. Blackmore,
^Architect.   Etc,
OFFICE-422 CORDOVA STREET,
. P. O. BOX ■ 16. VANCOUVER, B.  C'»
I WORTH   THEIR   WEIGHT IH
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JPOR.T STRBBT,      ■      •      •      ABOVE  DOUGLAS.
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If
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. (_-._! nj-i.t.i
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Arrowroot,
Assorted Jumbles,
Assorted Tlngers,
Abeinethy.
Cabin,
Coffee Cake,
Cheese Biscuits,
Currant Tops,
dinger Snaps,
Graham Wafers.
Olnger Caka,
Family Pilot.
Fanoy Mixed.
Fruit Blser,
Iced Ginger Bread,
loed Sultana.
Lemon Snaps,
Lemon Biscuit,
New York Snaps,
Oat Meal, v
Pilot.
Perkins,
Rich Mixed,
Soda Ci-acker*.
Seed Biscuit,
Sugar Crackers,
Spice Jumbles,
Sugar Coaltles,
Sultana Biscuit,
Vanilla Cream,
Wine,
Etc, Etc.
Price List Furnished. Orders promptly attended to.
or NESBITT, DICKSON t* CO.'S Biscuits.
Ask your Orocer
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■iii'
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■-■    t	
!*piIIS INCOMPARABLE MEDICINE
J* has secured for itself an imperishable
j fame tliroiit.lu.nt lhc world for theallevialion
> and enre of mo«t diseases to which hiimacily
; is heir.
I THE   PILLS
Purify, regulate and improve the quality al
the blood. They assist the digestive organs,
cleanse the STOMACH & BOWELS, in.
crease the secretory power of the I.i .er.brace
; the nervous system, and throw into the cir.
I dilation the pure elements for sustaining and
j repairing the frame.
|     Thousands of persons have testified that
. by  their  use alone they have been restored
! to   health and strength after  every 'otbe»
! means have proved unsuccessful
THR   OINTMENT*
( Will he found invaluable in every Household
in the cure of open Pores.   Hard Tumors
, BAD LEGS, OLD WOUKDS, COUGHS,
Colds, Sore Throats, Bronchitis, and all dis*
j ordejs of the Throat and Chest, as alsoGout,
! Kheumatism,  Scrofula,  and every kind of
I Scin Diseases.
Manufactured only at Professor Holloway'«
j Establishment, 78 New Oxford St. (late 533
Oxford St.), London, and sold at Is. il_d„
_3. 0-1.. 4s. 6d. lit., 23., and 33s. each Bo*
and Pot.
■3TBEWARE OK AMERICAN COUN.
TERFEITS. Purchasers should look to the
Label on the Pot and Boxes. If the address
li not 5:3 Oxford Street, London, they art)
spurious.
THOMAS ALLSOP.
HEN-XT S. MASON-.        I    MmiCTOHI.
Cl/YLER A. HOLLA!._», )
HEAD OFFICE: s^r-,. LONDON, ENGL AND.
%he business of ALLSOP *9 MASON hat been merged in tht
abort) Company and mitt be carried on by tyt Company from thit
datAtat a General hand Investment and Insurance Agency,
THE ACC1DEN1
INSURANCE COY
'Or NOltTH AHB8ICA.
Pro-id.nt.-8I_ T.
IIANKIN. En-,
HALT.     Vio» Prw.-J.NO.
Hocn-tarj-K. RAWUNlib.
t. P«r
Insure against uooidant hy land or Me,   .   .
annum aacnnw oithor ^lOOJ in case of rat_l anoi-
-1'iit, or __I rur .ii.mtli in cara i.f uiin-fatiil Injury.
fixtra PremUma for haaardoas einplurmanta.
ALLSOP 4 MA80N,
Agrmts, Govi'mmunt Btroat, Viet    a.
And all the latent events of pnMi.
intere_. are promptly ttan.mutea.
Every question of public
importance disencwed
without
fEAR, FAVOR OR PARTIALITY I
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A LARGE CIRCULATION
TURNER, BEETON _ CO.,
 MERCHANTS	
WHARF STIIEKT     -     -     VI(.rOlUA.B.C.
—I * • .	
Head OfBfl- fur British Columbia for
JfoBTn Bbitish and M«noAit--_.« Imw-
B.UIUE OO-tBANI,   AND OUABDIA-T
IN-UBAMOS Cokpaht.
H. 0. BEETOST * 00.,
86 I'.liBbury Oirctu, Loudon, S. Cl
R A Mellon, Vanoouver.
Groat Transcontinental Route.
NORTHERN^-: PACIFIC
_R.____II_i*W__3_.TE'
Via the CasoaJ-   Divioton  now   00m-
pleted, makind it tho Bhorteat,
Beat and Quiokoftt.
Ita advantage u an
I
IS APPARENT.
SUBSOBIFTION:
Tho Dinlnj C!ar Lim.    Tha Dirnot Bout*.   H»
Uali,r«,.I->,ita«tTreiiia|v_^iwt K«_»to.Chi_M«
and all pi.int..
it Trail
I__t.
_       fiukau Mi- to'ill Pmm-
ineut Doints throturliout tba But BidBouth-Ea-a.
TanoocB Por.cst.x Dr-Wiiio-Eoom
S-jbepiko Oabb.
Ra9«rT..!ifin. canba eacoradin Advanc*.
To East-l-ouiul i'usscngers
Beeifi^iilaiid donot mal:a a mistake, but _•
sum to tuka tha
ates to the death of J. W. Coudry,
a mind reader, who, a short time ago,
while lecturing at New Haven, Ct.,
took occasion to boast of his entire
freedom from fear, at the same time
speaking of death in a somewhat flippant and jesting manner. Very sin-
I) gularly,  betere the conclusion of his
performance   he    was   stricken   with I   .       . Dn/*_'_3_. Pni1'-_r*«r
apoplexy, his death occurring only two j NOl'tliei'Il I atlilC l\dUYf J
j days later. ! An(J -M ti,.lt your tioket read- via THIS
Many remarkable   coincidencea of' LINfl, St. 1'atU or Minnaapoli-, to atoJ*
dates have occurred both in the history
•f nations and ef individuals.   Oeorge -
Washington died the last hour of the   Through Emigrant Sleephif Can
day, the last day of the week, of thc \ Run on regular ejpreas train* fall laogth
-- J . «l Ih. linn    D«rihff fran.    LovMI Kataa.
I last month ofthe yenr, of the lasl
year of the last century.
It has remained, however, for a Virginia family to outdo all previous coincidences of this nature.   The father
[.and mother' were mnrrie. on the 14th 1
Per Vear.   •
Per Hl*nth,
Per Week, •
1 ••
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orficai otwoi
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—IlETWEEN THE—
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•   «-.-i!>rer equipment is the finest
-mid, consisting of Lcxubiops
i-i.. 1.1 '..ns Imvins Drawing, Smoking
, Until Cioms; Cloinfoitnble and Clean
>iia; (' r_, with Tree Sleeping Bertha
l-o'dcr* of si eond-olasB tickets; and
il av il.in style of day coaches.
• HIMXO CARS AND HOTELS I
• il   llit- li»st quality of food in tin,
ila   qui.util) nt reasonable rates.
1. Var :ty and Grandeur of Scene*']'
: is line is unequalled, and in the
ii- of truck, train service, etc.,
1. i ,i,g ia ninillcd that enn add to the
v 1 ly and Comfort of its patrons. All in
>i.. il gives tho best and most serviceable
in i of travel, whether for business or
.' .sure, between Portland, Tacoma,
> uttle, Viotoria, and all Faoific Coaat
V nts, nnd Winnipeg, Minneapolis, St.
.'.til. Chicago, St. Iinuis, Ottawa, Toronto
di-ntrrnl, Hostoc, New York and h.1
_ nt»rn Ci li-T-.
THROUGH TICKETS
v. _m_1 to all principal pointoin the
. itted iHtUit, Canada snd Europe, at
ii« Liiwti-t Kates.
SOI T. IRVING, Freight and Paaaenger
Agent, Govt. St., Victoria.
.  F.. Pi.ant_, Ticket Agent, Nanaima
'.V F. Burt k, D.F. and Passenger Agent.
Vniicii.vur.
L.   G.   McPMILLIPS,
BARRISTER, ATTORNKV AND SOLICITOR
lOf the Province of Manitoba),
OFFICE—WHETHAM   BLOOK,    OOBOOVA
8TREET, VANOOUVEK,  B. O.
ROUNSEFELL &> CO.,
Real Estate, Insurance and General Agents,
COSVF.VANCLRS,   NOTARIES   PUBLIC
Money Loan.,1 on Bent Terms.   Estates Manajed.
COaNRR CORDOVA AND CAMBIE STREETS.
P.O. BOXtoB. VANCOUVER. B.C
Insurance Agency.
ON IttOKTGAGE AT LOW BATES.
Tawa lAtit ma* Faming Lands far
v VANCOUVER CITY
FOUNDRY and IRON WORKS.
Ila Mfctlna- and fitting up ot msch-kery in
HaMH-l * .Ui them work* being now »o far
__t_ao-(l the proprietor, feel justifieil in noti-
__■( their friemte and the public thnt they will
kn nrepmred on or nbont the let of liny to receive
nnd nroBntly execute nny ordere for werk iu
Iheir line for which they may be faror-d; an.l
from tbe euperior character of their mnchu-ery
nnd plant generally, newell M the skill of thair
naployeea, they feel confident of lietng iirn puni.
kino tn do aa good, if not better, work than nay
itabluhmnnt in the Prorince.
A. McKELVIE.
Mechanical Maong-t,
a, B. C lOth April, 1'vi.
Printing and Binding.
Munroe: Miller,
WICK'S BUILDING, JOHNSON ST.,
VICTORIA
Hm tb% ■*■■ oomxiJet.. 1_.11.1 t-ioroiiililjr vr_li
1 PrinUni Jcattbliotiinont iu tt t 1W
•weit •tjl-n in type .m Wine a<ld«a
iotiiil utablit>i)*noi.t iu '
...     -at -tyi-M in type Hro Wii _
WarnMpld pr«-wc< tw* _•**■' of wnrl-jtiian,
11 i>-___Uioft to two out tUMi.l wurk nt tm
Itaom.
BOOK-WHDING  &  BLANK   BOOKS
nf ftll kin«W _■> _inl«p i* it -rpeof-ilty* Hit work h»
HTHMtfttB I** bt eqiu. to t'ltf bent, una nt |>ric*>
1 alpftl* n_HOn«b)e.
Qrdtrft from Ut* .imulry aud c_frrG«|M)-_--lMctr
will ractive pivmpt »Uo_iti(in,
Notice of Removal.
E. G. PRIOR & CO.
"C*ioto_t*l_»
Iron & Hardware
MERCHANTS
(•km lUmoveJ to their I.aw
Now in tho time to
ANV PERSON WISHING TEAMINC HONK
in any pari of tlie city r-in have thc -ante done
by calling on
f. TirPETT,
Ai Nicol street, ndjotntug the lot c.f Pave Jenner
Fob 2*— tf
—x*xx.	
YourDoorsand Windows
Kemp out tbe Cold and Ruin!    dot yora
\\ entlier Strips of the   TtioHlcoxo
Wk.\theb Strip Co.
I M.KJJJ__CAN & ANDERSON, Agt-nU
i4>,     P-t<&M«fv --_.•,.
Dr. J. Collis   Browne'.
CHLORODVNE.
THE ORIGINAL and ONLY GENUINB.
\ilvicc to irvali.«—If vou «i«_ to omnia
nuict refre-hinc; sleep, free from headache,
relief from ruin and anguish, to calm and
nuuage the weary achings of protracted
disease, invigorate the nervous media, ard
regulate the circulating systems of the body,
you will provi.le yourself with tnat marvel).
ous remedy discovered by Dr. I. Col]:'_
Broune flale Army Medical Stair), to which
he cave the name of CHI.ORODVNF, and
which |s admitted by the profession to lie tie
most wonderful and valuable remedy ever
discovered.
CIILORODVNr; is the best remedy
known for Coughs, Consumption, Bronchitis,
Asthma, W
CHLORODYNE acts like a charm in
Diarrhrea, and is the only specific in Cholna
and Dysentery.
CHLORODYNE effectually cuts short : 11
attacks of Epilepsy, Hysteria, Palpitatitfl
and Sn asms.
CHLORODYNE is lhc only palliative It
Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Gout, CMcer*
Toothache, Meningitis, &c„ _c.1
From Symes & Co., rharmaceaUccI
Chemists Medical Hall, Simla, January 5th,
iMo: To J. T. Davenport, Esq., 33 Great
Russell Street, Bloomsl>ury, London, Deer
Sir:—We embrace this opportunily of con*
gratulating you upon the wide-spread repua
tat ion this justly estccincJ medicine, Dr. J.
Collis _lrowne's Chlorodyne, has earned fi f
itself, not only in Ilindestan, but all ovef
lhc East. Asa remedy uf general utility,
we much question whether a lictter is irr.n
ported into the country, and we shall 11
glad lo hear of its finding a place in evciy
Anglo-Indian home. Thc other brands, wa
are happy to say, are now relegated to tka
native baiaars, and judging from Iheir sale,
_. fancy their sojurn I here will be but
evanescent. \Vc could multiply instances
infinitum of the extraordinary efficacy of
Dr. Collis Browne's Chlorodyne in biarrhcrs
and _nd Dysentery Spasms, Cramps,
Neuralgia, Ihe Vomiting of Pregnancy, and
a. i general Sedative, that have oaMrrcd
nod-i our personal observation during many
years. In Choleraic Diarrhoea, and even in
the more terrible forms of Choleia itself, we
have witnessed ils controlling power. Wc
have sever used _ny ether form sf this
medicine than Collis Browne's, from a Citn
conviction that it is decidedly the best, and
also from a sense at duty we owe to the pro.
fession and the public, as we ere of the
opinion tnat the substitution of any other
than Collis Browne's, is A DELIBERATE
BREACH OF FAITH ON THE PART
OF THE CHEMIST TO TRESCRIBB
AND PATIENT ALIKE. We art sir,
faithfully yours, Symes i. Co., Members 11
the Pharoi, Society of Great Britain, ll'.t
EiicellanC)' the Viceroy's Chemists.
CAUT.ON.-Vice-Cna_c_ll_.,*A,S_.^U#
Page Wood slated that Dr. J, Collis Browi _
was, undoubtedly, tbe inventor nfCblorc.
dyne; thai the story of the defendant, Fran
man, was deliberately untrue, which, I _
regretted to say, had been .Worn to.—Se_
"The Times," Tnly 13, I Ma,
Sold in bottles at Is. I tj'd., as. od., asj
61., and its. each.    None is genuine wilt*
out the   words   "Dr. J. Collis   Drown. _l'
I Chlorodyne" on lhc   Government   ttamlf
i Overwhelming medical   testimony   a. .oaf
panies each bottle. ,   .
i     Caution- Beware of  PiracyfjanJ   Imiia_
■ ti.n..i
;     Sole Manufactures .-J, T, D*Tenpo.t, \
|6re_t Russell Strtft. Bloomshurv   1/
.*- _■_*___**_*■___■•
NANAIMO   :-: COURIER
FRIDAY,   APRIL   12th.
LOCAL AND GEKEBAL.
______.___» Ho>. R. Ditssut-in.—Hon I
Robert Dunsmuir, **ho line !»on very ill j
for the pant few days, is recovering rap-!
idly, «nd it Ib exported lhal lie will won
_e restored to his Usual health,
A DaHUT*-A letter has been reci-iveil
at thill office from Mr. E. Hodgson, in
which lie denies iuosl strenuously certain
report*, Which he understands are In-ing
circulated itlwut liim in this lit).
Machixkrv pott 1-rtK M11.1..— The new j
planer received l,y Messrs. Haslam A
Lees wne hanled to Iheir m'<V ycBlcrday.
U Is a remarkably line pieee oi machinery
and weighed over tlireo ami a hall torn. 1
iiud neeiled the nsslstanee of ei_lil hows
to take It to its destination.
The Dam.v <\_>Bt__—The bnlar.ee of:
the new plant for the Ooi-_n.ii will anlve
(-i-ilay, anil assoon as it can bo put to- j
gelher the paper will appear in an enlarged form and in a new dross. It our inten-
tion also to Immediately begin the publication of a weekly.
Foa Tin: S_..i,n.(i flaottsii..—Pilot McDonald has chartered his s.lidoner Win-
nifred, for five months to Wintrier and
Cluelan, who have fitted her out Pot- li
sealing voyage in the North Pacific. The
.. innifred carries ten tnen, besides the
necessary provisions, etc., for seal hunting.
R-Ai, K-Tati.—Mr. S, T. Mcintosh, of
the telegraph office, Victoria, will resign
hia position in a few davs, for thi purpose of entering Into partnership with
Messrs. Richards and Haywood in the
real estate husiness in New Westminster.
Mr. Mcintosh is well-known all over the
niainlahd. He is also energetic and popular, and is sure to command a large
share of business.
Retiring from Business. — As an-
nouuecdafew days ago, Mr. _rthur Bullock, the well-known dry goods merchant
of this city, intends retiring from business. In order to close out his immense
stock of dry goods, millinery, etc., he
will, on  April 13th  inst.. inaugurate a
A Live Firm.—Messrs. Spencer <_ Per-
i kins are nothing il not enterprising, and
1 are always up to the times. Their dry
tgrods store, on Victoria Crea.ent, is a
1 model of neatness and taste, while their
■ shelve, nts filled ivltii tlie choicest ncsort-
i ment in all departments. I,ook at their
j advertiseirent on the first page.
!    Our "ft/in"   S-MpV.-^Wfe Occasionally
! fte.tl item our provincial exchanges anil
we acknowledge it, hut as we are only in
"swaddling olothes," we are somewhat
ifraid to point out the ncnt tilniilmis'TiBof
our elder In-ollil-r*. H_hlb 0! our provincial o_.ellah.gPK are in the habit of getting
agl_.it deal ol "local news" from their
contemporaries.    A  case in |ioint:   The
1 Colonist, the grandfather of ns nil, copied
I a "bear story" fro nn this little paper and
forgot to credit it..   The R'-ws' Advel'tiser
: copied the SalUi- Itt-ln from the Colonist,
and ill a .noiiient of forgel fulness credited
1 it to that paper,   lhc hear story was ours;
' We are modest, but when a _r_.-ol.lS8
bear story is taken from us and credited
to some one else, we don't like it. Wiil
our big corttelns remember that?
In France to-day the way to both fame
; nnd fortune lies  through thc  Btage door.
A play   takes higher  rank than  a novel
and brings in there money, , It is no taon;
uifli-Ult to write, because' the theories or
j dramatic construction Bcera to be posaess-
! ed by a Frenchman almost intuitively,
! because, also, the habit of collaboration
I makes it, possible for the most In -pi-rioo-
Ccil iiriter lo get the aid of to) hnical atsis-
ftanco, Tlie market fnr plays is large and
i open, and the French dramatist has no
I foreign competition.
! Cor_itHin!c«tioti.tii London Notes and
■ Cilleries:    1 heard the word befront UBed
for the first time the oilier dav in the
j sense of in front. A witness (a Surrey
: man; spoke of his companion as being
, "aliout six yards befront:" I cannot find
; the word in any of the local of provincial
glossaries, but il. seelnfi a couliU'rpal't to
I behind, and ei-ially worthy of i- plfioe in
our vocabulary.
j It has been found that the, accident on
the I. C. It. at Hiiiiduskl lately was due to
the watch of the conductor, wlio was
killed, having stepped without the fact
being noticed.
A Detroit despatch savs that August
I_?itz, of Owen Sound, lint., fell in with
Detroit sharpers on TucsdaV and was
robbed of $150 worth of notes and cash.
Mr. Donald Ohisholm, M. P., bus been
. ,   , ,,     ,._ ...    1 Beriously   ill at  Ottawa,  but   his   niauv
so much, surprised at the difference in the , Wend8 _,.m   tK> glad   to learn   that he ia
way that the cities over there are build.ng ! fpcoverittt»
up, and tlie whole of the people working j __	
in harmony with one another.   All seem I—  — -
determined to make their own  place go
ahead.
In landing at Port Townsend the Aral
thing thai struck me was the way that the
city authorities did the woi-k.  Whv, they
have got a locomotive and ears running) NicHoi._s—At Alberni on rrid.y
on the street, hauling gravel from a high
bluff, nnd making the streets as they
NEW TO-DAY.
-LOST.
LOST ON THF. COMOX ROAD Oti
April Qth, a small, light brown pony,
•-with foretdb and tail cut 3t[uare, nn-
■ w-fir.c to the name of Fluey, A reward
will be nan! c,n returning s-.'iic to
WASH  HOUSE,
April io-tf Comox Road,
JlPLMCE,
THE
NEW   :   STORED
*i   T_.   BROWNE   &     .O.
\ Will Open on Friday Next, April 5th, *J
> WITH   A  CAREFULLY   SELECTED AND
a FIRST-CLASS STOCK OF HOYS' AND
% GENTLEMENS' FURNISHINGS.
—nr.Al.RR in-
i
HARDWARE,    STOVES,     PAINTS,     OILS
ROPE,  Gl.ASSj RtFl.ESj
CARTRIIK'.l'S. TAINT
BRUSHES.
Al! goods markeJ in plain figures and al CASH l'RICES.
T. L. BROWNE & CO,,    -    Next door to Spencer & Perkins.,
VICTORIA  CRESCENT.
Bvorytaody   i»   Invited.
Ct.l
Ulj
w'.
_. 1
**'.
a
■n
0
u
GRAID CLEARANCE SAL]
Letters From the People.
EbtTOR Coirier:—I have just returned
from a trip on the Sound.   I  was never !
BIRTHS.
grand clearing sale of the entire stock at
<-o.t prices. It will bo an opportune time
for all wishing such goods to visit his es
tablisbuieiit.
Just . o—Superstition   still  lires,   or
along, and the whole thing works like
charm, and the place seems to be springing up like magic. The place is having a
regular boom.
Leaving there we next arrived at Seattle, and li greater surprise was awaiting
us there. They have electric cars, horse
ears and cable cars running on all the
principal streets, and the whole place
seems to lie going ahead rapidly, and the
buildings will compare with cities many
years older.
Thev have both gas ami electric light,
and all the stores are lit up the entire
night. One would think that the people
never go to lied, as the saw mills are
working night and day, and other
business seem to be going nt the same
time. Next you stop at Tacoma, aud it
does one good to see the most magnificent
buildings going up as though they were
leteriiiined to make a city of it, second to
Hikst—On tlie Mh April at Conp-rvillt, Inland
County, VY aihincton Territory, U.S., thi- wife
of Mr. Win. Hirst of a -ion,
April 5th, tlie
wife of Peter Nicholas, farmer, of a daughter.
gO I —
Tin and Sheet Ironware,
READY MIXED PAINTS,
NAll.S, HUH,DERS HARDWARE AND CARPENTERS'
TOOLS.
__?10_R
"VrANTZII}.
T  WANT TO RENT A WELL FURNISHED
*   rooti for day. sleeping, in a private family, must
lie in a quiet neiglitiorhooil.   Address,
C. S. B.,
Care this oflice.
0
FOUND.
N NEWCASTLE TOWNSITE, A DOG
with chain altachcd. Owner can have
the same by applying to
J. IF. HII.BEUT,
Little SVond-r Cigar Store.
A Ml Assortment at Lowest Prices.
Victoria  Crescent,
NANAIMO,  II.C.
30 Days Only 30
-COMMENCING-
SATURDAY,     APRIIi    *7t_b_,
Nanaimo Land Office.
NOTICE.
AUARTERLY MEETING OF THF. N.
II E. P. Society will be held in thc So-
\J ciety's Hall, on Saturday, Ihe 13th
in.t., at 8 o'clock p.m. As business of importance will be brought hefore the meetinj
a large attendence is requested.
By Order,
R. AITKEN,
Ap 10.13 Secretary,
Goods will lie sold at cost to make room for an entire new stock.
We intend for the future to
BUY FOR CASH AND SELL FOR CASHj
And our Prices will be LESS than Auction or
Co-Ooerative Prices.
CASH  ■ CLOTHING   - STORE,
B. AARONSON
March 3<i~May 7
& CO.,   •   Commercial St. near Bastion, Nanaimo, B^
would appear  to from   Ihe action  of tho I none of the Urge  Eastern  cities.   Ami
city council last night. The question of
•v-ting on the water works bv-law came
up, and it was found that Friday. May 10,
wbb the earliest date on which the voting
could be held, Some one suggessed that
Friday wai unlucky, and with one nccoi-d
nil id .a of voting on that day wa» abandoned—Columbian,
A Retirixo Building.—A stranger
coming to Nanaimo and seeing Mr. Bro-
die's new building would naturally come
to the conclusion that some giant hand
bad turned it around bodily, It has the
appearance of being too shy to ga„e on
the reckless frivolities of Commercial
Btreot, and vet not caring to stare at thc
arm of the Buy that runs close to it. We
sympathize with it It in the latter ca_e, an
1 • inlet at low tide It not a pleasant
-tfht.   '
Nine Hourb a Dav.—The movement
for a reduction in the hours of work by
the mechanics of tho citv appears to lie
verv general, and the readiness with
which the employers accede to the request
is an evidence of good feeling and Sympathy which does them credit. The "latest
reduction in the hours of labor has been
conceded to the stone-cutters employed liy
the contractors on Mr. Dunsmuir's residence- Hitherto they have workod nine
and a half hours a tiay, receiving 43 cents
an hour. Beginning to-day, the dnv's
work will be nine honrB, and the pay 4~>
cents an hour. On Saturdays work" will
cease at 12 o'clock.—Times.
Fob Tf.xada.—Mr. Magcowan, who is
connected with the celebrated Treadwell
mine in Alaska, is in the city and will
visit Texada in order to examine thoroughly the quartz found there. He is
very favorably impressed with the specimens of Texada quartz he has seen, and
it is his intention to look over the inland
with the view of investing, should his
present opinion of Texada be verified by
his investigations there. Mr. Macgownn
has had an extcndctl mining experience,
is a practical miner and assayer, and his
opinion ol the quartz found in the mountains of Texada will certainly lie worth
something. He is now on his way to
Alaska, for which place ho will leave on
his return from the island Eldorado.
Special Meeting.—The Oily Council
held a special meeting last nighl to decide
the matter of thc City Assessorship.
Aid. Nightingale ssid that he would
withdraw previous objections to the City
another grand feature is, they have miles
and miles ol sidewalks and wide streets,
and cars thc same as at Seattle. One
would think those places are trying to see
which oould surpass the other. On making Inquiries where they got the money to
do all those things, I was told that they
made the hotels do It all, or very nearly,
as they had just raised their licenses from
live hundred dollars to one thousand dollars a year. I inquired if any one could
get licenses, and they answered yes, providing they have a house good enough,
not otherwise; nml if they break the law
they do not get it again. I said I thought
that it would not pay to take a license
from such fine hotels'.
Why, he said all they have to do is to
get a fresh tenant nnd then they get a license for thc same house again, and still
they carry out the law with the new tenant.   I was surprised to hearall this when
I thought that some good hotels in Nanaimo could not get a license, and those
that have licenses only have to pay *.200
a year.   I could see at once why our city
did not go ahead when it is allowed to be
run by a few that were interested in—hotels shall I call thein? No, I mean sa- I
loons, and some of them not over good at I
that.   I tell you, Mr. Editor, it is almost I
enough to make a man say that lie would
not return to a place where they have no I
more go-ahead than in Nanaiuio:   After I
visiting those places  it  is sufficient to
make a man think that he has been wast- j
ing his time staying in Nnnaimo, and I |
for one do not intend to stay any longer
than I can help it without things get a ;
little move on.   I am afraid that the par-
ties that should make the place go, have
never visited or gone any further from |
home   than   Victoria, since  they   c.iiic 1
round the Horn. Roving Kocxn.
HAWTHORNTHWAITE   &   CO,
N
FOR SALE
EWCASTLE -DISTRICT—Seven acres,
more or less, very good land, Mill-tienm
running through, close to Comux Rund.
A desirable homestead, minerals included—
$1000.
Newcastle Townsite—Lot 68, Block 3.
$225 Term..
Lot 43, block 10, $500 cash.
Nanaimo City—Two houses and 2 Iotas,
corner Haliburton and Grace streets, very
desirable location for store or dwelling,
$2500.
Lot 8, block 13, $1800 terms. Splendid
business site.
Lots' II and 12, block 6—$1000.
Locations for residences and business sites
throughout the city.
Nine blocks in the Syndicate Addition to
Port Angeles. Farms in all parts of the
Province. apl4
G. H. BLAKEWAY& CO.
IMPORTING AND DISPENSING
CHEMISTS AND DRUGGISTS.
The Nanaimo Pharmacy
COMMERCIAL   STREET.
Physician Prescriptions carefully compounded
Country orders promptly allendud 'o.
j'h.^ilberi
KEEPS  TIIE LARGEST AND HEST
Assessor being allowed access to tho pre- j IL Johnston.
SHIPPING NEWS.
V.  C.  CO.
The Southern California is due.
WELLINGTON. i
The steamer Wilmington is loading
Wellington coal for San Francisco) *
The steamer Maude bailed coal for Victoria. 1
The San Mateo is due. j
FROM   00MOI.
Thc steamer Isaliel arrived from Coitiox
yesterday with freight niul the following
passengers: P. Mclnlyie ami I), G.
Adams, and some Indians ami Chinamen.
Consignees: Renwloko A Home and A.
i BOOTS   AND SHOES IN TIIE CITV,
Give him a call and get prices.
LION HOUSE.    .   COMMERCIAL ST.
Mar »s—If
s.
HEALERS   IN
vious assessment roll, as he did not wish
to retard business, and the time appointed
for the return of the assessment roll was
so short. He moved that Mr. Donald
Smith be. notified to-day that he, must
make known to the City Clerk whether he
intends to carry out the wishes of tlio
City Council in regard to the assessment
roll of the city of Nanaimo, and, if not,
that a notice be inserted in the Courier
and Free Press next Saturday calling for
tenders for the of office Assessor for the
citv of Nanaimo.   Motion carried.
New and Second-Hand
GOODS.
DON'T STOP
UNTIL YOU ARRIVE AT
11 Fraser's
Where  you   can get goods
LOWER than at Eastern prices,.
Just to hand a beautiful slock of
Gold and Silver Watches
AncS.   OI0<_.______
At    prices   that
III    surprise    you.
Painters
Should  call and sec our immense stuck
BRUSHES of ail kinds.
TRUNKS, VALISES, LAMP
CHIMNEYS, RROOMS, Etc.
AUCTION SALE ONSATURDAY NIGHT
April to
TO BUILDERS.
TENDERS WILL   13E RECEIVED UP
to 6 o'clock p.m. of Tuesday, the _3rd
insst.,  for the erection of a Methodist
church.
Plan and specifications can be seen at the
office of S. Cough, Esq.
The lowest or any tender will not neces
sarily be accepted. Address tenders to S.
Cough, Esq. THOS. HOOPER,
Nanaimo, April 6th, '89.        Architect.
Ap 9-20
POLICE OOUBT.
Utm J.   1>.
r-Umt.-i, Ksq., S.M.,
I. M.
M.   Ri.li-,   K,q.
i Jniuieson and Peshe vs. Decide.—This,
was an action brought to prove the unlawful possession of a pig. The plaintiffs
claimed tbat the defendant bad stolen a
pig lielong to them, and had fattened it
up preparatory to killing it. They endeavored to prove that, the pig at present
.CALDKn.-The one-armed  Chinaman1 '*] t,l« l*,B8f Beio_. u   ..r' 4     «c *'..   .."
,      ,.    , .   . ,,,    ; of a batch bought bv them.    Mr.  Heebie
employed to do general chores around tbe : ,,,„, lo8t - pigand illmte,| it upan(1 fonil.|
engines at the No. 1 Esplanade shall, had I it. Meanwhile, Jameison and Pesche
a verv unpleasant exnerience yesterdnv. I having lost one of their pigs, and hearing
It seems that the Chinaman was standing! of Mr. Deeble finding one, claimed "the
on a piece of wood placed across a lank j one found by Mr. Heebie as theirs. A
tilled with hot water, near the furnace, | great deal  of evidence was taken, ami
All Kinds of Goods Bought,
Sold and Exchanged.
VICTORIA CRESCENT,
Opposite Pr vinciiil Hotel.
Russell ft.cDcnaiii-.Co.,
G_.i--_RAL    DEALERS
Chop and Oyster House,
Long Bridge, Nanaimo, 1), C,
OYSTERS   IN    EVERY    STYLE
Raw, Fry, Farley Roast,
Plain Roast, Oyster Loaf,
New Vurk Stew, flux Slew
FISH iGAMfi -.AND
Pan Roast.
CHICKEN
ALL HINDI or   ROASTS
K E  :  CREAM
[:.'<^"0|>eii day
! an'l upwards.    '•
lay, week or (nol
when he fell in. The Cel.-stial wished to
make a lid or cover for the tank to save
the hot water from being mixed with cinders anil ashen from the furnaces, and in
order to do so first placed a piece of board
across the top of the tank and then proceeded to saw it into shape while standing on It. The dragging ot the saw caused
- the wood to tip and precipitate the unfortunate Chinaman into the scalding water.
((wine to his having only one
;hcn the court was adjourned for one j
hour to allow the pig to bo brought In.!
The pig was brought up in a call and pro-1
duced as evidence. One of the witnesses, ,
Mr. Htebbias, said he knew the pig, and 1
had sold it to Mr. Deeble. He further-
moro stated that its name was Jennie, j
and that it would follow him around and j
grunt when noticed by him. The latter,
half of the court was held in the Open air' Sell
around I he cart containing the disputed
Auctioneers
mil night,
nun!   and
th.
Meal... 25 cents
Lodging by the
arm he was
unable to scramble out." and his cries for I animal.   The Judge finally decided that
help  were piteous.    The men working | Mr. Deeble was the rightful owner of the
j close bv rushed to his assistance and 1 pi_.
' dragged him out, but not -before ho was'    Tbe horse attached to the cart created a
badly scalded. His legs are' very badly j slight diversion bv refusing to take the
1 blistered, bat no serious results are an- pig back again, which gave rise to some
'ti-ipat.d.   Everything that/was possible j jokes and "horse" laughter among tho
•fas done for h|_o. :!'' I crowd,
COMMERCIAL   ST,
NANAIMO.
in   the   regular way  nt Rock-Bolton-
Prices and at the
Saturday Night Auction Sale
TO   THB   HIGHEST BIDDERS.
POSITIVELY WITHOUT RESERVE,
W. H. PHILPOTT, Prop.
npl3_tf
G.  W.   BIGGER
VICTORIA,    H. 0.,
m _§' 'iTIlAlTS
-IN-
C rayon, Indian Ink or Water Color s
The BEST WORK <n the Pacific
Coast at
COAL!
-T _____ _-3
Vancouver Coal
1ND    LAND   CO.   (LIMITED.)
THE   WELL-KNOWN   NANAIMO AND SOUTHFIELD   STEAl
GAS,   AND   HOUSE   COALS   ARE   MINED   ONLY   BY
THIS   COMPANY,  AT   THEIR ESPLANADE AND
SOUTH FIELD COLLERIES,  NEAR   THE
PORT   OF   NANAIMO.
OCEAN  STEAMERS AND THE   LARCEST DEEP-SEA VESSE.j
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    THE
INSTITUTE    HALL
Friday, April 26th, '89.
TICKETS
VANCOUVER
Furniture: Warehouse.
CALDWELL k LEWIS
 THE  i_
Fashionable : Tailor!
Have the Choicest Assortment c
Foreign and Domes..
CLOTHS AND TWEEDS,
CLOTHS AND TWEEDS,
CLOTHS AND TWEEDS,
 AND	
FURNISHING GOOD']
FURNISHING GOODa
FURNISHING GOOD?]
IN NANAIMO.
$3 00.
GENTS'
GENTS'
GENTS'
Latest
JOHN HILBERT,
IS SEI.I.lNi.
Furniture and   Household
GOODS
CHEAPER than ANY OTHER HOUSE
IN THE CITV.
Styles and Fib Warranted
CALL   :   AND
CALDWELI
Commercial Street   -
aplj-im
SEE      !    tjS
_. LEWIS,
-   Nnnaimo, B. _J
NEW
YORK    -:-    PRICES.
George Cavalsky's
FnitMirli
I VICTORIA CRE8CENT,
ll Ih,- place togct your FRUIT always
ihe .'irst end best of the season, besides if y.jti want
Panoy    _______*tlol_
Jcwelry, Pipes and Cigars of which
I he has the  bigpest assortment
in lown as  well as being
agent fnr
i McKay's   - London    -  Cigars,!
Fnr N_naini3 and Wellington.
His is th.t place and no  other, ns he Import.
bis own goods and saves you money,
Civ- him a call nnd satisfy yourself,
Victoria  Crescent.1
Bostion,  Front and  Wharf
Sis-, Nanaimo, B, C,
REWARD.
A REWARD QS- IKN DOLLARS W1I.I. BI
patt   r.ir any i.iformatioa thai will Itnd to 111*'
fo-viciwn of any pst»„ unl-wfully r.__,vio« _-Wm
_>m any grave fn the Nanalno ctm.l.r.     * ^^
_    ,      BY ORDER W TIIK TRUSTFEB
-..mini,,, 3„,h Hmit, 'lo-As 14 '

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