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VOL. I
VICTORIA, "VANCUUVEH   ISLAND,   FRIDAY  EVENING,  JF01Y  6.   1866
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THE
"EVENING TELBGUAPIJ,"
n'suuiiiu
i \erv   Even:ng at  4   O'CIock,
(Saterday and Sunday evenlngi excepted.)
alio ivttv
SUNDAY    MORNING!
TKKMg O*
•tuy
KIl'TIOfl I
Par Again?, In ad vanes, ty mail,	
Ft "la nanaths,	
I er W*«t, payable to Carrier,	
IOfUU|»s,	
.110 00
.  e on
st
10
For tenon of Advertiaeur nt apply at the
Office. Lanrley Street
LETTER FAOM BIO BSD.
Tbe following is an extract from a letter to the Sentinel from Big Bend by
Mom. R Dcffls, the well known Cariboo
correnpoi dent :
* * * * Thi-e are still about
600 people in Bijr Rend, v z: 200 on
McCullochi Creek, 200 on Frinch Cmk,
and f00 more Muttered all over tie
iountry Qui <>f ihe 200 men st.itiom d
OD French Creek atont one-third are engaged pulling in win; dnm«, etc, the
rest are lying buck eating up their provisions, and seem to depend on the tew
who are prospecting und on Providence
tc make their " pile.'1 Such a Inzy and
(doggish set of people I never saw in nny
pluci- ; if, instead of gruui'ilnig at impos
libillttes from morning to inchi, with no
belter purpose tbnn the dog barking at
the moon, they would turn to at prospecting, tbe chuiires of striking something
would be gremer for as all. As fur me,
I am busy running a tunnel with Johnny
Gillls, in aside hill Rdjniniug ihe Lnflt-ur
or -Half Breed claim ; Qeorge Weaver
baa already crossed the lino, en route for
Blackfuc^' James May and John Tilford
are to join us to run the tunnel, should
we striae nothing tbey intend going to
Blackfoot v a Kooienay. A new hatch
of Caribonitea started this morning, some
for Blackfoot and othen for somewhere
else
Many people have come here from
Blackfoot, after having prospered there
for several rcoritlis without siicceHs. They
lay the country is open and extensive, but
it is overrun by people, and the gold is
very spotted. From all thai I hear and
lee, I think thila miner stands a belter
ahow yet in Cariboo than anywhere else.
Please tell the boys that " all that glitters
ii not gold," and that "a bird in the
baud is better tlinn two iu ihe bush.''
Many who have left Cariboo lo come up
here wished themselves back there again.
'I hey may strike some rich spots up here,
bnl upon the whole I think it will nev, r
be a go d mining country. The nioiin'ains
aw high and steep, bnrren ot every kind
of vegetation but trees (for th« mo-t
part cedar) nnd prickly ferns (culled most
aiiproiiriatriy hy miners devil's clnl'Sl,
which tear your hands when widking
•lung The bed rock in the streams nnd
all over the uountrv, ns far ns I am Hble
to judge, is as a generul rule what is
kiifwn among geologists as amphibolous, It
may contain rich spots in t-omo of ill
••ami,but upon the whole it never prove!
lotba rich, and every ounce of gold tuken
out coils two. 'I he bed rock here seems
sometimes to be a compound of granite
aud limestone or iluto rock, tbe latter
belonging io the clnss of r cks known
among scientific men is phylladet. The
^IfprtoK*. 'though perhaps not io deep as
ia Cariboo (do one knowi much thus far
about their average depth), will be of a
Trry costly character, owing to the
numerous large houMen obstrnoing
tht way. H requires a good denl
of capital lo prospect this country,
and uiiforiiuiaitly no one np here
•eemi to have" any money. I think that
all the broken men in the twocooniea
. and iu California, Blackfoot, etc., have
found their way here. Very little va ill lie
known about Frein-h Creek before full, on
.account e/ high water; for size and in
everything else it resembles Keiihleyi
Creek more than any creek I have ever
;«en. If no gold ii atiuek in some of
the flits I would not give much for the
beds of ibe oreeka iu 3ig Bend; still our
knowledge und exjierienee is so limited in
regard to gold diecbverfts that I do not
waut any one.la take my opinion us they
would citrteufc .coin. The touutry muy
turn out yet belter than I ihink, und it is
my earnest wish that I may be *rong in
my anticipation-; for it is of little consequence whether an individual is incorrect iu his calculations, whilst'lt is of momentous importance to see the country
prosper.
oj  •
(HO.V    lltlLH.
(From the Oaribol «v*nt,ail, 2M4.)
Wo h»»e ken p»rmiited to make an
extract (mm a private letter from Qos-
iieluinuth respecting ih» new ditrgnigs on
Cniion creek, It says : " llnkson, 8hep-
peid and McLeese have just arrived from
a projecting trip o'i Cauon creek, and
they bring linnk a first rule account of
the country. TI e water was so high in
the creek that it was impossible for Ihein
■to pr«apeet it, so they tried tire benches.
The first bench tried wh some 13 feet
almve the level of (he creek ; they brought
a ditch iu nnd ground sluiced lor u spnee
of «0 or !25 feci, and windied np 873—1
wpigtied it here myself. 'I he amount does
not seem much, but considering Ihe oils' acles they hud lo contend with 1 think
it is first ratp. It took them five days lo
sluice and wash up the iibove. They had
but one shovel and one pick, having lost
some of their tools on the way up and
hud to use two old leaky sluice boxes,
through which a good deal of fine dust
got lost. Shepperd showed me a pros
peel nt 50 cents to a pun which he got in
another pi ice. All the gold is more or
less mixed with quartz Bob McLeese
found one piece of qimr'z that woigl.ei'
about iwo pounds which is perfectly im
preuuaied with void. They nre nil goinu
hack iigniii iromed ot. ly. They represcn
■ he country as being extensive. -Enclosed
you will find a simple of the gold.''
[We have seen the sample alluded to,
and judging from its durk color, we would
bo inclined to think that it will assay
well.—Kn. Sektivel.1
-     Jfa&'ti.-.
_:ji____LLJii»
New Advertisements.
WILSON & MU1IRAY,
GliOCERS,
Provision, Wine & Spirit Merchants,
B K'-RS A CO FEGTIONERS,
>OUT 8T., VICTORIA, V. I.
SHIPPING    SUPPLIED.
33, E IsO. O "V .A. L.
The will known
JIWELRY imiLISHIEM
—-OF—
J. L.  JUNGERMAN,
Has been removed to bis NEW STORE
IN   THE
Masonic   Buildings,
COVIRVTIEVT   ST1EET,
jy 2
VICTORIA, V. I.
EX  FIOELITER
A Choice lot of Bacon
aJu^t   Arrived.
t < 1 r; f. II        >> I
For Sale by
ly a
P.   Gilligan,
RTOKK STRKET.
SANPRAKCLC)JG.\R«
■W If you Want Ihe Finest -O*
HAVANi   CICAR
ON   TUE  PACIFIC   COAST,
CALI.   ON
Angn«tu3  P.   Keyser,
Government  street,  adjoining   the  San
Francisco Baths.
A FIVE  KEW STOCK JUST EECEIVED.
 _ jy_2
TUB FIO^EER
ICE CREAM,
—FROM THE-
PACIFIC TEIFG2APH HOTIL,
IS AGAIN IN THE FIELD.
rrHE PROPRIETOR IS PREPARED TO
JL supply, as usual, bis customers, parties,
balls, etc., at moderate rates.
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH HpTEL,
jy3- j. j. Store ctrect.
New Advertisements.
Jesse Cowper,
Wholesale, and ReUil Dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
LEATHER,
—AND—
SHOE    FINDINGS,
"sta-TeS  Street,
OPPOSITE WELLS, FAROO & Co.,
.. At the «ld Wand of Webster & Co., it
prepared to iiipplr tbe waut* of tbe
public, iu his line.
The Latest Stybs
Received by every arrival from England
and San Francisco. jy2
TELE
EVENING TELEGBAfH
. */a c*
Fporborg & Eueff,
COMMISSION   MERCHANTS,
Im purlers and Wholesale Dealers Id
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
I Soots and .Shoes,
Wharf street, Victoria, V. I.  .        jy 2
J. P. DAVIES & CO.,
AIXTIOMCKlts <b COMMISSION MElt
< IIASTs. salesroom, Fireproof Blono
Ilullillng, Wiiurr street, aaar I'stss.
Cash
Advanrei
Site.
Jlerchandiee   f*r
CARRIAGE FAINTING.
BBOAD  STREET,
OPPOSITE THE WB3LEYAN CHAPEL
I'HE UNDERSIGNED IS THE ONLY CAR.
1   Huge Painter iu Jficioria.
Work done on reasonable terms.
W. II. KEOH.LN.
Jy2 Jro
JUST EECEIVED
llantlcal 'Imsnacs for 1866,
Meirtebiea tt Hannj's Royal do,, do.,
Late Admiralty Coatt < harts,
Whatman's Drawing Paper.
Entlless and loattted Dratrlaf da.,
Peon i's IPJetalllt ■ mirandtitn,
Jl.ithim itlral Instruments,
Copying Prei et
Brit
Blotting Paper,
Perforated  Ifoard
Tlnae and Wrapping Papers,
U'rltln; Desks and Polios,
Artlsi's •laterlalt,
Pbotograplilc Album",
(iencral  latlooery, Rapt* and Fanev.
Jy 2
IIIBBr'T t CtBtv»-|.»,
Cheap and Easy Washing.
THE   EXPEDITION,   RASK,   ANDRCON-
DM V   with   which ihe " Family Wasb '
muy be accomplished, bv using
HAHPKH   TWKLVBTRstB»'
aLToxaxai soti? rowoxs.
It truly surprising I   Scktc-Ij any ruhbitig is
laaglred,  und a little child may use it.
Sold bv all Storekeepers in Pen y Packets,
tnd wholesale bv Harper Twelvetrees' llrom-
ley-by-How, London. Wholesala Ageutt for
Vancouver Island,
H. JANION,QREEN, * RHODBS.
It t
MERCHANTS'
Mutual Marine
INSURANCE COMPANY
OF SAN FRANCISCO.
OFr 1CB.—N. E: Cor. Front 4 California Stt
— .
Capital, #300,000.
AltEBATE FROM RATES OF PREMIUM
charged, will hereafter be made by thii
company, at large as allowed oy any responsible Company or Agency doing butiunt >u
this City.
This Ceotpaay is angajfsd EsxlusWslj n
Marino Insurance.
WAR RISKS TAKEN.
A!  losses paid promptly in Dnitad States
Isold Coin.
JAMES P. FLINT,
);l rreeidenv.
GENERAL
Job   Printing
ESTABLI*IljlE.\r
■i
Langley Street, Victoria,
The Printing  Offloe
or TH«
EVENING
TELEGRAPH
Cfflca ii replete with every appliince
and variety of Material for tbe
Execution of
LETTER PRESS  PRINTING!
In all it* branches, whether
Plain or Ornamental
CHARLES    BERNARD,
ilomufacfnr und UwU* f\t.      „
FAMILY CHARTRES CDFF1.
And Splcee of all klltvH,
No. 707, Santome utreet, corner GM,
Betvreea Jadtsoa ttt* PauifiiV
ffr,t Premium oytfitd ley the **'*»** **■
,titu«,foTtktbetlGof***n4,!l§*l*r'.
—
Tlit prrmHrtor hs-vlatr •■«">*««* ,S."7J?
Power 1. biaVnufcctnry. ka aow ^"'»'»*
facili.it> to suipty the trade .""'-.M^«"
general.    Alia, 'rtes from ti is  Bilablt*«tnl
Tb. public-re ...pec . ' tttj toeall snd
eonvinr. themselves Country order.proir>uy
attended to. "
'HUE   OFFICE   AIMS   at eecu-ing
JL tuot tpeedy Kiecutiou of orders at it
consistent with correct aud elegtut Work,
msnshlp.
	
Orders received for Printing
llODkt,
Bullosas Cards,
Pamphlets
Invoic'l,
Cataloguts
Bill Heads,
Sermonl,
Trade Forms,
Reports
Circulars, (Plain   or
Rentals,
Coloured,)
Leases,
Hand   Bills. (Plain or
Law Forms of ever/         Coloured, J
description.
For Price*,
apply   at the   Offloe.
Langley street.
(sewing machines^
»ns.-n. Siaaw «~ «— i. u» -Os M.csls. tksa
srillsaw all kjads wf.kjifc wut s.1 ku4s *t unsX
1IACHIKB3  SOLD M TWO YEAfiS
Tb» »lmast Incredible increase In tbe salt of
tberiiuirer Machine durlua the |,ast two years
Is owinc to the ponulnritv of the LK'I'TRR A
TRANSVKHSE .SHUTTLE Fumily Uachiae,
which wns introduced in 1 SCO. since which
lime it (.as earned and established a reputation Cor bally uses equal to tbr celebrated
maoulacturing machines ol tbis Firm, wbick
are generally acknnwledged, even by deslart
In oti.er dewing Uachinat, to ba uueqiisJlsd
for such purposes.
9eW NO OTHER Family Sewing Machine
has such perfect and Improved appliances lor
Ruffling, Ilcmnjiug, Binding, Felling, TuckiOf,
Gathering, Clinging, Brtsiaii . • ur Jg, Q 11-
ing, ele,
ItST All persons requiring atoriaatioa
abou' ourSewinn Machines,their . ilea, Prices,
Working Capacities, and the best MMbod of
nurchasiagjusui ciuuin it by sending fox a copy
of tbe
SINOEH   UA.NCFACT0KIXO   COXPASVS
iLLOtvaiTiD rtapRLtT,
Which Is entirely devoted  to the  subject    It
will be teut frratit, with specimens of work.
Local Agcnti wanted in ivtry T*w».
WILLIAM BRODUICK,
Oeneral Agent tor the Singer Manfg Co.
General News Agsnt
J. Stratman.
EMPIRE NEWS DEPOT
Cor. Washington & Sansome wr*
Han Franciico.
THE ADV RTISEBit prepared to tlpplj
with punctuality and celerity tht.anaex, d
newspapers and periodicals upou the hilluwing
terms All orders, to receive imnj'-diue attn.-
tlon, must be nccompunied by cash remiituuce,
and banded in previous bj lUe altli, UU>, aud
2ttb ol racu- munib.
im
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THE LANCASHIRE
InBumnoe   Company.
Capital,  Tioo Millions Sterling.
■Hanehaster,..   Exebia - ga atr-et.
I.ondan s> 10  Csrahlll.
Liverpool..  T, Weter 'f«»l.
Glasgow t loath ll.n.vrr Stra.t.
Blrml   gham _..„ TIta Exchange.
Bristol SO, Broad Stre.t.
HAVI.VO BEEN APPOINTED AGENTS
for tbe above company, we are now prepared la take risks at rates at moderate as
these et any other respontible Company.
WUlSSENBURGEIt * SCilLOESSER,
YaccouKr Llaud Agency.
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REMOVAL.
F. 8WANW1CK 4 CO. HAV1 BB-
moved to Wharf itrtfl. opposite tha
Auction Rooms of J. P. Daviei 4 Co., where
they will conduct a Geueral Couihiiteton
business, in connection with tbe
Shipping Office,  as   heretofore.
ISLIKD AND OTHER PRODUCE
tot
Will be regular^ ftct^yed, and
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MM vBtitiung   dTtlcgrapjj.
FKIIlAV  EVENING, JULY 6,  1866.
The  Nun  Meeting  In Cariboo.
Tbe Sentinel of June 85th i-oti'uiiia a
foil and excel'eni rrporl of the great moss
meeting held iu Rid-field on ilie i.'3tl ult,
to condemn tli" arbitrary cunilui't of Judge
Beghie in regard to the Aurora D.vi
rase. The raeetiun wis tirst sddrrMrd lit
Mr. liurdorkt, who spoke siroiijfly ana nit
the complifutwl und expentive Hystein ol
latviwhicli ei'it. nt'he mine*, nnd On
the righlt of tnul liy jury, condemning lite
orhitrury und partial conduct of J ml."
Bettl'ie in setiinir, aside tin verdicts of
juries. Mr. Towers followed, staling tliui
the laws ol the country hud liren lrumpled
on in an outrageous nu r liy Judge Iteg-
bie, and urging the people lo d muiid re
dress from the Qurernnient. Mr. John
Mailareu came next, in-istiiiu; especiully
on the necessity for a Court of A ppeul.
The nveting was further addressed by
Messrs. Perrott, Murdoch, Simpson, and
Liimneister The conclusion of the meet
ing is thus given by the Sentinel:
"Tbe ecretary by request of the mectin;,
then r ad a leading article from the tlrituh
Colonitt, which had jus urrived hatatterno n
by E picas, cont toing s n iraents which m t
with tb ' unanimous approval nf the m eting.
" The Chairman then proposed II ai M ssrs.
J. McLaren a d Fra k L unieister ha appointed as a commi tee to w ilupon nit Excellency
tbe Administrator f the Government with the
foregoing resolutions, which being put to the
meeting was ' urtie i by ac 1 mat ou, the ra< eting at tbe s me time pi dging themselves to
delray the otpenses nf the journey
' Three cheers were then given f r Judge
Cot, the liritith Colonitt, the Chair t an, the
Secretiiiy, th ■ Cariboo enlinel, aud thi Que n,
and three groans forjudge bVgbi -. Th ■• inert-
ing thiol adjourn* I." [Wh r are the cheers
fur the Victoria Chronicle, so o t niutiously
published as til graphi > y our cou • mporary
a few days ago?   Eo. Ti:i..]
"Throughout the whole .proceedings th re
pievaied til'.t spirit t good order and de<o-
iinn which is peculiarly eh ratteristic of m n
of int I ig nee ; not a uord wis uttered or an
action tak n thai could he e nstrti d into nothing approaching th ems n Intimidation or
fore • ; tbe grratert harmony and unanimity
eti ted on all points brought before th,- me. i-
in.-, and on the whol the people t f ''ariboo
lave reason tn be proud of the orderly character of the first meeti g ever held iu the district." 	
P.. bile (scltoi.l     v..iuiii;i!Ioiih.
OIRLS     DSPtllTUCKT.
Thii department of the Public Schools was
examined yesterday by the Superintendent,
assisted by several of the visitors, who comprised most of t^e clergy of ihfe city, several
of the Board of Education, and a number of
ladies.and gentlemen. The varied exercises
of the pupils were very creditably performed,
and the viiitort generally expressed their satisfaction With the progress evinced and the
conduct of the school under tbe careful and
efficient management of Mrs. Fisher and her
assistant, Miss McDouell.
The following pupils were especially commended at tho close of the examination :—
First Clan—Misses Sarah Todd, C. Latham,
M. Latham, H. Fox, M. Watson, M. Norrts,
E. Eyre, J. Freeman, J. ('helps. Second
Clatt —Misset B. CamsfOP, J. Eyre, J. Wat-
ton, M. Overttone, J. Kinsman. Third Clan
— L. Wilcox, A. Barry, J. Jamieson, E. Sid-
dell.
The exercise! of t e day were agreeably
varied by vocal performances by the pupils,
accompanied y Mils McDonell on the piano.
At the conclusion the Superintendent and
teverai of the visitors addie-sed tho school in
very complimentary terms and the proceeding! terminated with the National Anthem.
The l» MH-iet >i-lio..l.
Tha examination of this school, under the
tuition of Mr. Burr, commenced this moining
at half-past nine o'clock. TheSuperin rndent
of Education was present, also the llishop nf Columbia, Rev. A. C. Garrett, Itev.Thos Somer-
ville, Rev. F. Gribbe'.l, Messrs. Tolmie, C. B.
Young, Alston, Macdonnld, Williams and
Others. Some 25 or 30 pupils were in attendance,, and their neat and clean appearance
was noteworthy. The examinations wero conducted by tbe Superintendent and Messrs.
Garrett and Somerville, and were generally
Tory good, more especially in tbe lower
branches; In history, however, they were
rather deficient, at alto in physical geography.
One or two pupils tbowed fair p>olicieucj in
grammar and book-keeping. The writing of
several of the pupils was very good, although
tome of the best were absent. In arithmetic
tha advanced class were very good, and deserving of particular mention. Tho exercises
Wert concluded by short addresses to the
•cbolart from the Superintendent aud one or
two of the viiitort.
Ascskt or Moist Battii.—We are gla-1 to
learn lb it two adventurous townsmen of our
own are about to undertake tbe bi her o suv
atiempte-l feat of atceuding the lofty peak of
Mount Baker. Dr. Robert Brown, well known
in this city at the cbi- f of Ibe I land Exploring Expedition, an I Mr R. Coleman, artist,
librarian to the Me hani s' lustiule, will s art
about the end of this month for Skadgett river,
which they will ascend at far at practicable
in canoe-, and then strike out tor Ihe sou h-
a.tetn slope of tne mountain, which Ibt-j
have reason to beltt-vc* the molt accessible.
They will endeavor to make I MrarOssga' exploration of this magn ftcent peak, an I
mine accurately itt altitude, a point which is
Hill a lubject of dispute, ihe stated height
Varying from I ,00 Hu 10,nut) feel. LI.-. Ilruwn
is uu experienced trav Her, having "nolo ed a
great part if the north-western slope of the
Dockf Mountains duri g bis botanical researches, anl Mr. Coleman Is a [number of the
Alpii.e Club of London, aud has made the
asceul of Mont Blanc twice, besides buving
made teverai other Alpi e excursions, lie
is also a glacial urlist of repnt , and oo bis
return wa may look lor tome fine tketches of
the glaciers of that tnone incognita yclept
Baker. Both gentieine aread > irably adapted
to this daring aud hazardous exploit, and we
wish iheui every success ia th'ir attempt.
'■ Fobioox."— In these times of long faces
and lean purses it is refreshing to observe
tbat tbe popular tendency is not towards despondency, but to enjoy tbe passing mo nents
and " tboot fully as she flies." This morning
an early riser might have seen a " gay and
fe-tiie" party, comprising it number of
ladies and children marshalled (a la Marsh, in
days of yon) by one of our favorite amateurs,
wending their way to where the saucy little
I'iana lay, with steam up and awnings spread,
awaiting her fair load. A number of others
joined tbe party at the wharf, and at 9 o'cl ck
the Diana forsook Victoria for Sooke, leaving
"one more disconsolate," who arrived loo
late, fortook on the wharf. Aprop t of amateurs we bear it mentioned that the dull
t mes are to be enlivened by another theatrical
performance by the Dramatic Association,
under the ma itigemeot of R. G. Mar h,—a
good idea, which we hope to sec carried out.
Tiik Russo-Aifr.niUAX Tklsokaph.— The
Telegraph Company's stern-wheel steamer
Mi.tufui'il, Captain Coffin, sailed yesterday
evcu.ing for the North, with Captain Butler
and a party of twenty men to assist in ihe
construction of the g eat overland line to
Bchring's Straits. The Mumford will ascend
the Skeena river as far as practicable, whence
supplies, will be forwarded by canoes and Iu-
diaits for the use of the working parties inland.
The steamer will then nstend the Stekin river
for the same purpose, afler which she will return to Victoria for supplies.
Ma- Zis begt to announce to the inhabitants ot victoria that he ha-, laiely received a
large ats trtment ol Children's ran iBges and
Chain, Fishing Baskets and Fishi g Cuit-s,
and a large qu tntity of Market and t r -ve line
Baskets, Chin* Vusel, Fancy Goods and Toys.
•11 ol which have to he sol I on or belore
Fern-nary next at graitly reduced prices
Goods sold at who e«»le lor cost pi'ces      *
Tatrt—Jack, a Hydah Indian, was charged
ia the pu tee court this morning with stealing
teverai pairsof boots from Mr.Schultz'sstore,
Government street. Three white men were
also brought up charged with complicity in
tbe theft. Tbt eate wat remanded for further
inquiry.
.   Baiho.—Tbe bark Qamdeq warned out of
th* ntrbor to-day en VeifV for' Pugot Sound."
TELEGRAPHIC.
Last Nig'-.t's Despatches.
Halifax, July 2.—The steamer Cuba,
from Liveipoul, via Queeiinluwii, uu tin-
•24ih  has urrived.
The Italian army crossed the Mincio,
on the 23d, und entered Veuetia unopposed.
Tne Prussians left a small u;nrrison in
Dresiieii, and marched intn Holleiniu
wit limit resistance. A slight i-ollision
had occurred between the Austrian! nnd
Prus-iaiiK in Silesia, »lieu the former re
lired The Prussians have entered Aus
trlnii Silesia,
Si. Petersburg ndvice< deny Unit then
has been any movement, of Russian
troops, und miys Hint non-intervention
continues to lie tlie policy of' llussiu.
.Nothing authentic lnin been iin.il- known
of communication "y France lo Austria,
Inn tlie Vienna press says Prince denes
having innde nny iigneineiit. with Pin-
sin, iiffd If Ausiriu does not in-iiiii-o the
existing Kingdom ol iUily, m d, -f suo-
cessful, does nut "iidviim-e lieyonil M dull
FiU' Co will not interfere, bat will as. st
in the conclusion ol it clinite pt'tioe, nnd'
will further propnst- In ttalv l-ipuy iuiliiu-
uiiy for AU'iriiin expellees fur war.
Tie Paris lloui'Mi closed unsettled a1
62 frniics 85c.
Liverpool cotton market closed, ".Ad.
with uu advance of 1J mid 3 pence. Uu
d«f favorable ttdvicts horn Indm, Upluud-
wus quoted nt l.'l.L iire'id-iuff-i tnnclive.
but briii. Provisions quiet und s'tnidy
Coitsuis closed on Sntiinltiv at b&\ and
80S for money ; 5:ill's UUHlOOJ
Victor liimiiniiel bud is-mtl n stirring
manifesto to the Italians, iu which he re
iti-rntcK that for supreme reasons tbe noble Province of * cneiui was then allowed
to rem tin in the hands nf thn Austrimis,
but Unit a favorable npportiiFity had nun
arrived lo nccoiiipli h the iudene' deuce, ol
Veuetia from Aus'i-tun rule, lie elinrire.-
Ausirm with biting assumed a hostile
and threatening atmudn on the I-nlinu
frontier-, tu disturb the puc fie tusk nl
reoi'giiuiz'iiion in Italy, mid he had replied
by I..knur up urui-, but he nevertheless
sliuwed a desire lor peace by HCcetlthig ti
pritpo-ul for cniif rence Austria having
lefusetl, nlfords fresh proof Unit if sh-
eontides iu her strengib, she does nut rely
i qu.illy upon lint g oilnen of her citu-e
tnul her right. Toe tnmifesto concludes
with a pitriolic ileehimt on of u-siirnucc
tliui Italy lias the sympathy of Europe,
mid be hands over the (ioveriimciit of the
tnitt to tin- Princes Gavii, Pus;ii.iiigo nl
PallMirn, Gufl ,ud mid omi viurino. Victor Emmanuel lias also issued a proclaim!
lion lo the National (iunrds, confiding lo
them tbe guardianship of pubic iicuriy
and onicr.
Victor Emmanuel 1. ft f r the enmpon
the 21st, ami was recu veil enthusiastically, lie bad .ovations on bit way. He
ttrriroil at Cremotf* <jh the Btaie day.
Jud,e    Ueuble   und   lilt:   nans
Claims
The followirg letti-r, publislied in the
Semite' of the 2Jlli uh , with the edi'oriul
comments thereon, will be of interest |u
ni'itiy of our readers ut tbe present tunc :
Ti th* Fditoe of tbk Camtoo Srit-
Tinel —Sir.—Perm l mi-to a k Ihe folio.i iu.' qiMiiom tlnougli your tuluable
p.p.-r:
F r t Have wa, as cn'ored men, tha
rgbt io pre elnpi ground lor tuin ng |iut-
|ni>e- ?
S^.-oo.;—Hive   wa   any r glits in com
mo i wnh a- it.  men •
'I'bird Wl y we're our inl-ra«t. Ink"
It. tn its    i.d .iven lo t/'ii'v Hi' n ?
I hoovbl my inii r--*' in 'l.e Divis cohi
11111v nod ev|ietsilt-il $29 '0 Infire I r-
i-c've I ')■ e it ni out of M.nil i-ltiio', anl tin
il vidi-nd' I ' ave ret-eiveil from .aid rlatiOs
bite been approp-iated lo pay my debt,
in thi" i-olony, bui just il the nine I wis
nboui to be rewnnlej 1 have b et de
nrived of tint' portion nl the Duvis c'niiii
'al.if'i won d p'T. I btive taken some
leiiiis lo spread alsnil' the equality *e, ns
i-oloreil men, h id iu the laws in an Km.--
Hsh colony, and am proud to lay I hive
found no difference nn il i ow
Poor M ir-h tb lost bis life comi'mr to
Ciriton to look af'i-r bis .mull interest in
the Divi. coinpiinv, the o-i'T pi""ncf las
had left nf ,-r six venis hard Wick iu 'hi-
i-olo'iy. anil ihe only menus of support fur
Ids f imily. Hts wife and tour children
nre mor- in need of tlie mnnev than ibo-e
to wnnm ii was given "I'll- ro a-c h<>->tit
fifiy colored men in nnd abou' Ciriboo,
ne greHtei- portion oi whou »re miners,
mil the qu'.i kir we know our posit on in
tnis colony ti>e bet er lor us
liespec full; yours.
Colored Miner.
[Wc hnd hoped thnt di-cussion in thi-
■ tat'er would have ci-asi-d with the di-ti
sion of the c»sc, and were it not ilia1 we
consider tb it u irr-ul lli)n>t'c» bus been
done to men whose rights lure been mil.
rntfod by lie one titled decison given y
a Supreme Court Juthe in h Bri i«b col
oitv, we should have II the inuiter drop
Ii is nnuei-csniirv to state in answer lo
" Colon d M ii'-r's'' first nnd sei-oiul que.,
tioos, Unit thn milrilltf I iws of thi* colonv
u.'ik-- n" disiinciioti as to the co'or of „
man's skm ; Ihe lii'niu-.' laws have laeo
wisely noil jniliriiiiisly finm'-d. Ii U onlt
with tbe ndiiiinisirulioii of them Ibat wi
hike exccpiion The Inws mny snv one
tiling, lor tilt- Chief Justice mys another,
nnd up must gnn and > ear Irs ' ipse dixit
having no Otoef recourse left. Tbe ju lire
has given us his tea-on Tor depriving -Col
nred M tier' of his claim, that il was an
act of wisdom and expediency, justified by
the ciri-iimslniiCH of ins. 'Colored Miner's,'
knowledge of ibe jump, wh eh, sirigulir to
snv, nltliongli it was not established to Uu-
sa'isfnclioii of the jury, was quite clear lo
the learned judge.— Ed. Sestinil.]
Ths Potics Ixvkstioatios.—Thit commi-
tee met again to-day. and examined I olice-
man lakes, and Bourne, the cook. The
letter's evide ce went chiefly to show that
.Superintendent Hankin made use of bis services as a private cook, ard that p isoners
had also been e tploye I by the Super ntend-
ent in p ivate services ; also that furniture
had been made by prisoue-s fur Mr. Hnn-
kiu's pri'ate use. He also testified to Mr.
Ilank.n's imperious and arhitra y ennduet to
both policemen and prisoners. Policeman
Bikes corroborated the above, and st ted
that his instructions from Mr. H nkin were
not to report any o' his superior officers, n.i
matter what their conduct, as it aould tend
to the injury of the force. 1I» also stated
that tho po ice had made a pra- tice of trying
tn entrap licensed victu Hers into telling
whiskey to Indians, in order to get the line
ltd that these Attempts were made especially
upon thnae who were known to lie aide to
pay the 6ie. His evidence also vent to show
the Iniustice wi h which prisoners had been
I sated, snd the unbecoming 1 nguage used
bv the Superintendent The co emitiee then
adjourned   ill Saturday, at 11 am.
Salis or IliiAt, Estati—The Committee of
the House, consisting of Messrs. Cochrane,
Ash and Pidwcll, appointed lo inquire into
the recent sales of real estate for taxes, had
nn interview with the Governor to-d.iy. His
Excellency said bo was ready to coincide with
the viewd of the Assembly in the matter, and
if the House would pass resolutions expressing their wishes he would cause a bill to be
drawn up by the Attorney General in consonance with those views.
Pcblic Accounts.—The Fiuance Committee, consisting of Messrj. Young, Tolmie and
Cnrswell, waited upon the Colonial Secretary
to-day, but were unable to obtain an interview, that gentleman being in attendance on
His Excellency, and afterwards in the Executive Council
» NI'isMIO.
Per t'eamer Mexaudra w* .have t'.e
Cur.iioo -e tinel ol June 2 1st and 25U>,
from whicn »e txttuc' the tutltHIUtg :
Akkivai.s.--Mr   H.irut,  n Major of
Viflnri , unite I hete ou I I111..-.I11.1 Lsi
from .>iyu,our ; lie n-de into tbe crrrk iu
ma gig Ini-ig lb* first vehicle of tbe kiud
that bus eve u| penrtu ou Williams
Cierk Mr II lu ends remaining leu-
< uruig tl„- Finiiuit-r, haviiio; tntirrd into
piiitiicralnp wit 11 Mr. Toouiiy iu toe
■itiicber liu-iitiM
CsflKMH Lii'tcxssM— A gooi'v niHiiber
of    Ihe   cIc-iiHS have   n sp mleil   10  tin
Co inn s-io -ci's   order,  IO   >iOn  op to  '1
• Iffi.e ll'nl   pnV. to isl lemb'r   nveliue
■wl: thus b>- obtained this -e-t-oii
AccittfNT.—Aii ai-itd' nl befel Mr. C
Mai 1 y. loretuiiu of the Kuby company, on
he, tn-tiiaj of Moudiiv Inst. It appears
'hilt while be «a« eXtimiuing the work
n nlerjround a boulder weighing 11 miv 11
loo fell Ir- m the hrmil of the tlrift striking
and ktue kin-.' In 1 iI-iaii, nod lulling tut
ins leg. iniii-e it in 1 int pliu-i-a bdow lb
knee. Dr. Co |u> nlid Wilkiii-on promptly
s-l tbe built, nlld I. e pu iei I ia UoW dohu.
well.
Lan.    Slide — Wt  Sunday   morning
11 out 3 oi'--" k, the it Iii|Iii-:iiiU of tbe
qnii I linn of V.111 Wink'e were sjltMlafd
f'om tnetr pean-fal lluaihen lo the
a in-i-io'i.Micss id ilniiger by hav ng tbeir
dweiliuge iiiuodiitetl a,ti a -t cam of
Wtit-r ami mud whit-b pioceeiled from Van
Winkle Creek.     I'   Was soon itscerta nei]
ha' 10c c u-e of 1 lis- fl o I arose from III -
timing up of 1 he Water of 'he creek y «
laid slideH'aiui a qu.irier of u utile a -ore
'■o further diiiiutge aus dune, however.
than the fl 'oiling of the ItOUsi s and filling
lies reel 10 a ttepili ol l rce feel with
gruvtl.
FACTS Ti- THK0KIE8-
" Give me a place to rest my liver on,"
says Archimedes, "and I will move the
world." •' (jive me purr and unadulterated
drugs," says Medicus, of the olden time,
" and I will cure disease "
In .ne sense, both of theie learned pundits
were the veriest chitrlttbtns. They knew there
was no place to rest their lever on. either to
move the world or cure tliseate. Mechanism
was in a b ickward slate, aud the medical profession wat but anotbel name for lorcery,
am' all tbe adjuncts ot mt.gic Slttrs ,.ud
1 harms o' tne *• evl. eye." Ice.
Hut these Une ilnyi have borne unto us
souiitbutg more than even tupersthion and
lis crrw ever dreamt of in tb.ir mtddeit pnU
losophy. In these dayt nf praclical scienee.
what was theory of ytiierday/ ir lact to-day,
and all the old Mate no'l'-n. become as habole-
in the inn. and bant aud break with every
brealh we draw
bet Archimedes ihouHer hit lever snd we
wil find, a resting pl.ice for it to move ihe
world. Let mine ancient Medicus pant nnd
toil no mor- for ihe drugs be 10 sorely ne ■tis,
tor we have them at our band, ever r.ady to
serve them nt his beck.
Defined in Ihe Inbo story of Pr. Kac- lei,
the fi-ei/ro tterisls known in the n.t-flicul p o
Irssinn are obtainable by any on". HI
tuitions, 1 !• |h|iiii , iiti-l l>i:,rii'o--i Pills slat'
tinricalled. and his Sslve opcrmes with msg
nl effect" npin bur.s. scald', and all .ores and
ulcers of ibe skin
In fail, we ibiiik M cni-i's I'i'ls and Sdc
nre ihe wo der ol 1 I- century, and we i,r-
hiippy in the ill oi.-bi th.it many others nt our
Itreihr n ot the era t sgrtt- w lb ns. t\'e would
-anieslly coir se' ilnu atl fnmli-1 ptarldt
ibe-nselves w th I'r .itagul I's Prep 1 stioits a
o c , and keep ihein re "ly st baud, po hs 10
ugeili.mat tbem"«i oei-ornne lime and as
ut-casiou serve . — Vtlley Sentinel.
Tbc Noviltus in the Silk trade thii leason
art the beautiful (ir,is de Suet Grus de
i.ondre , a- d Urol de I'ekin. A choice lot of
these are for side nt Ibe Loxnos lloctt; aim
a si-leiidid tiock of U'aek (irot Grains and
lilac s, from three-ipi irten to a yard and n
quarter wide, boiignt before tbe adiance in
.be silk market. *
Uimoval—Mr ttiooe.. icuncsis ns to Itste
that be is row  removing bis  bookstore Irom
ne old Hand, corner of Yi-tts and Lai.cley
str eta, to tbe fine new premises in the Maton.
tc Building , 1,ovenirae.nl meet, where btwil-
pen in a day or iwo. *
Ooa DsirtTOBts.-The wiret hsve been
down all day below Portland, ooofxjae.tly
w« bare io later dtspatcbtt.
A N'tw AMD Grand Epoch is Medicikk I—
Dr  MsgKi 1 i-   he founder ol anew  ilfulra
-yplem.    Tb   qu.iniitarnins. whose vnst int-r-
uiil -10-t-s   enleetde ihe stomach  nnd psrnht
the bowels, must give precedence  t» Ihe tu.tii
who res'nres   In-nl'li snd  sppeti e,  w:tli ft.-ui
one to   Iwo  of his  ixtr.ordinary   Pills,  and
cures ihe most vi'ulen: sores with a box or sit
nt Ids wniiderlul and a I heating 3 ,ive   Tiles'
twi great sitec lies of Hie Du-tnrs arc In-t sn
persediiff a I the st. n 0 vped   nn.irunis til  Hie
d iy.    ETiriotdinary  cure-be M gtflel'   Pdl
mid Sdve I'Hve opened Hie eye. <-f itie puhii-
10 the inefficiency  of the (-n called) re ti-s
nf nlhrtt, and upnn wh ch (iniple ItMVe so li nt!
blindly depen trd M.ncl I'- P lis nre no m
■be ens* that nre swnhowed by the dn/..u. nn t
of whl-'h e-erv box tuli t-,-ken er-ates an si-
.--late nece ait   ' e innlhe       0 -   nr  iw.i   I
M illgiel ► P II. stlffi e     t .    I   lit- li-.wels |e
perleel or 1. r   10 <•   the si.una  '1,   i-rssile ail ap
pet'ie, a-id ren li r l r kpirilt I ghi and inn.y
anil    There is mi ttriui'Ur nnd no r-ncitun i-
the lorui   of e •"- inaiion.    If !•*•   in-er is ai-
'eeleu. its  f"iie i"n« n-e  test 'r---l : anil i: It ■
n-rvou.  *»s'emi-  faeble,   it   Is   I ivlgotated
This la«i   qiiiilty   makes the   medicines  vert
oe -mhle   tor lite   walfts  of de ienie tetnales.
Ulcerous  nnd   ernmive dt- ases  are ||tera 1
-x inguishe I   by   if." disiufe--nn'    power  ol
Mtggiel's S I've.   In ftct, i' is bere iinn tinei-o
Hint .tlHi-rlflN   III   I «:ls.  I»V   I'Cllll
and   III ir   It   it    1*1 It   cure   where   a !
•tbers   InII     Wiiefir  Burns, S aids,  Cut'
billies,   C'I's   ami   a I   nhrnaiotts   ol    In-   |t>!
H'.tKKl   IN »n V    is  iufail h'e     S dd   In
J MtOOitL   11 Pine   tree    Ne • York, nnd all
Diugnis s, at 25 ci| per box
ii. asmmmm
■ —- «-  Sevi -Aiivi-cUSt-iDciiU.
HAVANA C1GAR&-
LEWI'S & AVTHOHT.
TOBAOCONI8T8.
47 Yates St., Brick Btort
Next 10 Comer of Ooternroent St.,.
JlEQ TO INFORM THEIE PRIBND3 AND
I) 1 e pu'.In- ia general .buibey will con-
■i.iirl.v ncei-e   l.t ece-j   si- amer a good  ts-
-i> one-11,1 Genuine i ttvHnat « Igart)
id  tne      «;.i   lli-.iiiila uT lobact-tt,
t-iip-rod iliiect f„r tins tnaiktt. so that they
■ renlile 10 imneie wnh nnybruMOO IsMJ
I-lan-l.  nilier Wnolesale or R-lail.
N.   B—Snr-inl   aii.nton  will be paid  to
Country  orders.
HBiMAN LEV71X. | LOUIS Al.TH0.V7.
 if'
WARM WEATHER!
ICE!   ICE!   ICE!
A LUXURT WITHIN THS BEACH OP
. V all, supplied by
V-LLX.    r»HII.LfJP»,
Fl >RT STREET,
To say nothing about Ginger Beer, Lemonade,
or Soda Water wilh it.
' The way to keep cool.
;y»
THS PIONEER
ICE CREAM,
—FROM THE-
PAC.PM TrLIG2APH HOTIL.
13 AOAIN IN TIIK FIELD.
pHE PROPRIETOR IS PREPARED TO
a- supply, as usual, his euttomeri, partita,
nails, etc., at moderate rates.
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH HOTEL,
JT3 Store ttrett.
EX  FIDELITJB&
A. Choice lot of Bacon
•Ju-1   Arrived.
For Sule by
iy 2
P.   Gilligan,
STORE STREET.
s.}
New Adver isements.
Alhambra
BILLIARD SALOON,
co ma conmxiEiT aito tubs tn.
Xjr-STAeXRS.
Entranc3 on Tites Street
Th^f.pZy}   Proprietors.
uaFniiCICJjJIR STORE.
W .f you W; nt the Finest -m
H   VAN \   CIGAR
OX   THE   PACIFIC   COAST,';
CALL  OH
Au3ii<.tu3  P.   Keyser,
Uoveriiiueiit   street,  adjoining   the  San   '
FraiiCtseo IJuihs.
A   FIHS   HEW  STOCK JUST EBClnTED.
  'jy,» -.
PI E JMZ O -V A. 1^
The wi II kiiowa - sji
J WILEY FSTA1L1SHMEHT
— Of—
J.  L.  JUNGERMAN,
11 us been remove I to bit NEW STORK
IN   THB
Masonic   Buildings,
tlOV! lltTIE   T   sTUEET,
TIOTORIA, V. 1. Jy 2    ''
WI.SON&MURPuVYC
GItOCERS,
Provision, Wine & Spirit Merchants,.
B KR3  4 GO F3GTI0HEBS,
1 o;;T ST., VIJTORIA, v.-1.
SHIPPING    SUPPLIED.
RETRENCHMENT!"
Wharf Street  SuperaedexL
Stores to let by Wholesale
or Retail!
•PIstsSDID   LARUE   S10RSS   MAT  B8
' had in tlartsreli'i Block, '-orneret  Feirt '
ml   Li'tglev ttierti. at trim $10 .a tnooti
i|i*ard.    All the snorei in  he llloek'saay b«
e exo-pt one, wh.tb U now let at t-ib «•»' ■•
nonth. ' *•   "••'■
Arply to
JAKBfl OiBavTBIA.
Apei't IW6. , ..Jjpjt. ... €b tning   Ctltgraplj.
FR1HAY E .-ESIKG. JULY 6, 1886.
THE WAR I* ECBOPE.
The telegraphic-Dewe which we pob»
Uirfrd last evening, tnd the additional
iottlliRtnee which we preient to our
. "teedart to-day, ibowi that war hat at last
broken oat In Central Europe. The
thundercloud hong threateninirly lor.*
enough, nptettlng commerce and creating
financial dilMteri ; we are now about to
witnew tbe tempest—to i°e tbe Federal
German Statet, like Virginia and Ken.
tacky st the commencement of the American war, turned from the tmiling aapect
•f indoitrioui petce to the desolation ol
daattrnctlre war. At the range of hottili-
tlei in the A merican Repnblir, however,
«o«fl extended beyond the Border State*,
»o may we expect the German war to lie
carried quic'ily beyond the cotifinea of
Saxony or Bohemia. The desire to pnsh
the b»ti4e-field into the enemy's country
alwoyi leads lo the opening collision, nnd
in iliii instance both Prussia and Italy
have the advantage of the first offensive
movement, and of carrying the war
beyond the borders of their own dominions. Austria, it would seem, is disposed
to set more on tlie' defensive than il.e
offensive, having allowed Italy lo cross
tbt Mincio and Prussia to enter Austrian
hilasin. Her great strength Is really in
defence, but it may he found an imprudent
step to leave the Feileml Slates to
tbe mercy of Prussia; These States
in the present instance ere undoubtedly nn the tide of Austria, because tltev have nothing to (ear from her
but everything from Bismnrk ; onee over-
ran,-however, they will have no option
aud must succumb to Prussian dictation.
In roott countries this.would prove a
weakness to the invading army, us strong
tjoniioni would hitve to remain in the
eonque'retfStates ; but these email 0 it-
man dnchies or principalities are n queer
conglomeration of helplessness, nnd have
been'so need to a dependent attitude thn>
they are more likejy to accept the first
blow of war a« n stroke of misfortune that
must he accepted »itli' resignation, than
•s a temporary cnlmnity that might be
retrieved bv vigorous notion. 80 far
things look unfavorable to Austria. She
is beset 011 both tides and has in her 1 x
tremity not a Sympathiser. Und she
made termi with Italy and given
np Venetia, tbe would have had
an ally rather than an enemy to her
tooth ; bad she retisted the rapacious
overturn of Prussia at the commence,
•rent of the iMilcswig-ITolbtein imbrogl'o.
she .wonld have allowed her present invader to get into difficulty and wonld have
•eeurri) the friendship of the other Euro.
pean powers. As things stand now, if she
tltfemta Victor Emanuel, France will not
allow Italy 10 be invaded, and If she
brings up forces sufficient to repel Prussian
aggrctiian and save ihe Federal States,
she mast relinquish Venetia. Per wisest
•ours* would bt to do now what she
ihotld have done at ihe first—make
rrltndi with Italy, That dote. Pro-wii
wonld bi qnickly reduced to terms, and
Prattle, like herself, has got no friends
Tbe grtal feature, indeed, in the present
war is the utter absence of sympathy for
either of the two great combatants
Tbt bopt of every liberty-loving person
it that tht Ilspsbnrgs, as well ns the Co-
bonrgt and the Bitmark'. should disappear
from tbt scene forever, and if tho war con-
tinuet tht hope will not prove a ground
let* ore. We art) certain to see the old
rtvoltlsonarv Ire lighted again In Pruttlu
and once that illumes Central Europe,
itrtwell to tht despotic dynasties.
Dwcbaioid.—John Taylor, who was ac-
eesad of causing tbe death of Jim, a Northern
Indian, wat discharged by Mr. Pemberton
yttttrday, tbe Coroner's jury having rendered
a vtrdict of " death from natural causes.''
New Advcrtiseiucuts
For Sale Fac Camden,
Boitetler, Backer, and lag >o turn Bttttft,
Oregon Cider la bUi, tad eases,
flarct In caski, half-talk, and cat**,
ItatriBf and Cjltforala watt* Wm,
PrtMk lltohtl M O.P.,
tot. <ll4)uat, liooun and Etitorrar Cham.
lad la Mara a Bat attartacBt ef ftrandy
and 1 Isjat rs laMik.t loi Ibe Fradt.
•9- Depot of Havana Cigars.
Jr«
EUGENE THOMAS,
Tattt itrttt.
Tfi Mienixic't Isstitcti will realize
nearly $300 by the Fourth of Jnly excursion
to Sat Jutn.
fas Kiit Stuhur. -By private telegram
received by tbt agent bere last evening, tho
iteamiMp Sierra Nevada is announced to
leave San Franciico for Victoria to-morrow.
RinoTii.j-Andn-w Robertion, merchont
tailor, ot Government street, has removed his
establishment scroti tbe street to the store
Jut! vacated,trjr;Waitt's book ttore..
fijt   Ntw    WtSTMissTia The    ttenmer
iltjiandra lulled this morning at 10:30, with
•beat 31 passengers and a quantity of freight.
J. «Vit*tCaa»v wijjtajl at tleven o'clock,
•a Naittsa'i wharf, the Plant of the Sanaimo
••Cttette."
J.    SPENCER,
HOUSE AND SHIP
PLTJMMEK,
Gas-fitter and Bell-hanger,
Corner Yates and Gove.nment stretti-
All hranchea "f the above hnslness practically done with n atn si and deipatcb, at
cbaigts to torrespond »lth tbe times.
jy«
NOTICE.
MARTIN  BROS.,
IMPORTERS OF
Groceries and rrovls'.ons,
F HEPKOOF BUILDING,
LATELY OCCUPIED BY L'HOTELIER 4 Co,
WHARF      STREET.
jy e
THEATRE
Photographic Gallery
(UP STAIRS).
HIS GALLERY, LONG AND FAVOR-
ably known t Victorians and t raffners,
lins facilities in the way ot light, material!,
At-., and the experience of the eroprie or Enables bim to furnish Cartel do Visile, Ambro-
t.vpes, and photographic work 01 superior
Inish Unequalled by any other bouse in town,
and at as Low prices as oVnttt estarlish-
urnts ch-irg'» for common «nd inferior
pictures—in fact at prices to suit ihn times.
Cartes de Visite, - - $5 per Doz
Out door work attended to  at short notice,
and on tbe most real liable terras.
GEORGE   ttOfllNSOX,
jj 6 Proprietor.
How can  I Miss  it?
MISS   WHAT?
WHY TRYING
BIJNSTER'S
KEWLY-BREWED
SUMMER ALE,
PRONOUNCED BY JUDGE8
Bunstcr's Best
Apply anywhere, at all the ReipeetaMe
SuIoodi. j 8 1 m
Mrs.   Kein
KEEPS   CONSTANTLY ON HAND THE
latest faiblom In
MILLINERY,
—AT—
Prices to Suit the Tin es,
GOVERNMENT    STREET,
Betwe-n fort snd Bronghton. Jy ",
ST.   JOTJI8    COLLEGE
"WILL    B.E-03PEN*
On Monday, 6th Augii t.
j.v B-lm
The "Grotto,"
OPPOSITE THE TELEGRAPH OFFICE.
yon   will
For a glass of t-hoiee lioufbr go  to the
"Grotto," r
There " nokb but tIie km ''
find is tho motto.
Mint Jiiler,., Sherry CobVileri—everything
cooling;
Come yu that doihitit, you will find in
0* fooling,
J7»
REMOVAL!
The Business of
THOMAS WILSON ft CO.
Re*coiiime.iced    on
MONDAY,    JUNE    19th
In th.ir New and Commodious Store in
MASOHIC    HA.LL,
GOVERNMENT      STREET,
(Opposite tbe Bank of British Columbia,)
WITH   Tttl'IR   USUAL
WEIA-ASSORTED    STCGK,
INCLUDING
Goods received by last steamer, and compr.Mii i Silks, Shawls, Printed
Cambrics and Dress Matt rials of every description;   hong
Cloths, Sheetings and Quil.s;    \ elvets, Tweeds,
Lace Curtains,Damatks. I.ei.s, Chintzes,
Gents', l.adits'and Cl'ilJren's
lit siery and Gloves;
j rimmings, Arc. jy 8
BEE HIVE HOTEL,
FORT   STREET,
VICTORIA,    V-   I.
EDWJLRD   B.   THOMAS,
Proprietor.
"ALWAYS   ON   HAND."
j>»
LONDON    HOUSE,
May Zi)th, 18C6.
Onr Importations for the present reason are now
complete by arrivals per EXPRESS this morning,
and the extensive shipment* now lauding from the
EASTERN CHIEF
Our PRESS, MANTLE. SILK, SHAWL. MILLINERY, LA- E, HOSIERY, DRAPERY, FANCY
and UPHOLSTERY departments are now replete
with the newest and choicest goods. Either Wholesale or Retail customers will find this the beat stock
we have yet offered.
hi
LON'DO.V FIRM,
•J. P. Tunatall Oo.
VICTORIA, T. I.,
J.H. Turner &Oo.
AUCTION.
Saturday, July 7,
AT 11 O'CLOCK A M.,
Sheriffs Sale
Vancouver Coal lVTizrug and Load
Co., Limited, Chants 8. lueol,
Manager i
TS.
Nrmimo Publiching f o. T imitttL
th LfiM A* Alport! Secretary,
Under Writ Fi. Fa.,
THE  FLIRT
of 'ins
" NANA'MO   GAZETTE"
Iliiviiig been bronjrlit down from Na-
nuiino und sinri-d in Mr. Nailmn't war*-
house, i-oiisisis in part of one l'resi witb
inking apparatus, Cnbiaett of ditplnv
Type, e»«puper Typp, and other aitieltt
i-otinei'ted wi;h a  Printing Office.
Au Inventor; ran bt sefcti at tn; office.
TERMS- CASH.
J. A. McCREA,
jy 2 Ani'tionrer.
TOBACCO PLANT
ABRITAT. OF ANOTHER CARGO FROM
Virginia & Cuba,
VIA   AtrtMWALL,
Of tha lut Celebrate*! Brandt ef
TOBACCO   &  SEGARS
EVER IMPORTED
atmplet can h- had tt the " itlELPU',"
cnn.tr Yalta and Onvrn ment ttieett.
I also carry on Ihe butinttl at ray OLD
.STAND on JOl'Nr-O.N SrUKKT and WADDING 1'O.N ALLEY.
r. unrwt i,
jyl ADELPHI SEOAR UTORI
ICE  CREAM
STEAWBSEEIES UD HIE.
All tbe Delicacies   of
Season
lit
thai
A. W. PIPER'S
GOTEnfJMEirr   street,
OPPOSITE TUB THEA'jBK.
March 16. 1866 jy t
A. & W. WILSON,
Home and Ship!lumber
CASFITTERS,
B1L-IARGERS & TINSMITH
FORT  STREET.
All order* promptly attend*** *
• ■Ufsll       I   'I     ■'     'IM!    '■  "J il-
The  Prca-nladon   to  Mr.  * ox.
[From the Cariboo Seniinc-1, Ji.ue 23th.]
.Immidiately on the ailjonrinnent of the
man meeting tlie whole multitude wnited
on hit honor Mr. Cnrnminsimier Cox, at
• hit reiidence, for tbe purpose of presenting
him with an elegunilv gold moiiii'ed
walking rane, a« a token of Ihe high rei-
peet and eaieeia en'ertaitic.l for him at u
juit and upright adminittralor of '.he
lawt, by the rain»r» of Cariboo.
Mr. S. Booth, who was appointed by
tbe Committee to wait on hit Honor and
make the presentation, read the addrets
of the miners accompanying the gift,
which ran ai fo'lowt:
"Wit Gko. Cox, Ksqi-ire, Oold Com-
MIMIOKER. fa., Wll.l.lAlH CltEKK,  13. 0.
"8ir,—T'ie mine™ of Carilion beg
leave to expremi their cnntinned eunfidenci1
In yonr administration of the Mining
J.awt in thin District, —all highhiindcd
effnrta tn net those laws aside to the con-
trurv notwithttHndinir.
" We the efore In? ir that yon will nccept
the accompanyins present ns n token of
our reipect anrl esteem, and we nsk thn'
yon will take it as a murk of our npprc
cia'ion of your deterniineil efforts to do
auhttantiiil justice in all cased tried before
yon.''
('Signed by fiOO m:neni of Richfield,
Barken lie, Ctiineronio^ii, Van Winkle,
Lowhee Creek and Grouse Creek.)
Af'er which Mr. Booth, In a very a'>lp
and «loquput speech, presented the cane
to Hit Honor, concluding his remirks
with the wish of the whole eommiinitv
that Ira career of usefulness amongst us
wight be prolonged for many year*, and
that hi* life might be crowned by happi-
lien and prosperity. (Turce cheers were
given for His Honor )
After the noise subsided Mr. Cox read
the following reply :
"GrKTi.EMEN,—I beg- to thank yon
moat sincerely for lilts valuable testimonial
—valnable in itself—but nuich more so
in the eitimition nf it ns an expression nf
▼our etteem nnd respect for tne fl* the
Commissioner of litis District. Not that
J required any such tok»n to convince me
of it. Yonr approving Opinion of my effort* nt duly and serves are not unappreciated.
"In co'icln«ion, I wish yon nil success
and a roniltimnce of the mutual good
feeliug which has hitherto exsttd between
■t.
" Yonr* hitti.iilly,
' Wh. Geo. Cox.
"Cariboo, :3d June, 1866."
The cane is made of rosewood snd benn-
tifully pol shed. Tin- head is composed of
over five otitic sol" Car lino gnW grow fully
wrought into an fr-tnc-nii shape, liav hit a
piece of poisheil gold he-iring quartz inserted on the top. On one of ihn squares
iteicgontlv engraved the Coat of Aims of
British Colombia as represented on the
leal of the colony ; ou the reverse sido is
• representation of the various •••O'lea o|
gold mining ; on tbe left ihe moirh of a
tunnel can be seen ; on the right an elevated water flume with hydraulic hose attached, and in ilia foreground a set of
sluices with a sturdy miner in the act of
raising his pick are nil very minutely
brought out. The i tsorlption occupies the
remainilie squares, and reads as fu'loivs :
" Presented to G W. Cox, Esquire. Gold
Comtnissiouer, by the Miners of Wil iauis
Creek, Cariboo, 1866'' The work wus
designed and cxecn ed by Mr. B. Wn'son,
Y»tes street, Victoria, to whom great
credit is due for the beauty of its eliotl-
lion. 'Jhe cane cost something like
twohnndred and fifty dollar*.
FACTS v» THEORIES.
" Give me a place to re»t my lever on,"
I says  Archimedes,  "and   I   will   move tht
world."    -' llire rae pure and unadulterated
drugs,''   says   Medicvi, of  tbe   olden   time,
"ami I will cure diteaie."
In IM MSI*, both of then learned pundits
were the veriest charlatans. Tbey knew there
was no place to reit their lever oo, either to
move the world or cure diseaie. Mechanism
wai in a backward Hate, and the medical pro-
fcisiOD wai but anolbel name for lorcery,
and all the a ljiinrii of ini.gic lilteit aad
cbarmi ol Ibe '• evil eyt," 4c.
llut ibeie latter dayi have bornt onto ni
something more than even itiperilition and
ill crew ever dreamt of tn iti.it maddeit phi.
Icaopby. In these days of practical icience,
what was theory ol yesterday ir fact to-day,
nnd all ibe old nane notion, become ai babbits
in the aim. and bunt at.il break wilh tvery
breath we draw
Let Archimedei iboulder hit lever and we
will find a resting place for il to move Ihe
world. L»t miii" ancient Median pant and
toil no mora for tha drug! he io lorely ne»ds,
lor we hare thrm al our band, ever ready to
lorve them at hit berk.
Refined in tbe labo'atory of Dr. Magiiel,
tbt fiaeil material, known In the medical pro
fesiion are obtainable by any on». His
Hilllous, Oj-peptic, and Diarrhoea Pills Itaid
unrivalled, and his Salve operalei wilh magi-
ral effect upon huri.i. scalds, and all eorei and
ulceri of tbe ikin
In facl. we think MtaaitVl Pilli "nd Salr»
are Ihe wo der of ttys century, and we are
nappy in the ihouubt that many othen ot our
brethren of the cr»l *gree with ai. We would
earnestly coucse1 that all familiei provide
themselves w th IT MagghTa Preparation! a
one , and k-ep them re*dy at hand, so ai to
use thrm at inem**-" opportune time and as
occasion lerve .— Valley Sentinel.
New Ailvt;rt,iscjini'iii8
TOBACCO PLANT
AIUUVAI. 01 ANOTHER CARGO FROM
Virginia & Cuba.
▼IA   aSJ'INWalX,
6f UM lait C-tlcbrated Brandt of
TOBACCO   &   SEGARS
EVER IMPORTED
Ssraplei esn bv had at the " ItELPH'.i)
corner Vttei and Gnven ment itieen.
I alio carry on the lni>i, cm at m. OLD
PTAXO on JOll\'r-O.V Si'RhBT and WAD-
WNGTON ALLEY.
f. CtJIPBE L,
il* APELPHI SEGAR STORE.
ICE
A
m
0»3'
•tit -
STRAWOB^S AND CREAW.
All the Delicacies  of the
Season
-AT—
A. W. PIPER'S,
New Advertisements.
A Ntw and GbaSD Epoch ih MidioissI—
Dr. Mnggicl is ibe founder of a new .Mimical
system. The qumtitarinns, whose vsit internal doses enteeble tbe tlotnach andparaliie
the bowels, must give precedence it tbe man
who restores health and appetite, wilh from
one to two of his extraordinary Pilli, and
curri the most virulent lores with a box or no
nt his wonderful and al healing Salve. These
two great spec tics of the Doctors aro fast superseding all the stireoiyped nnitriimiol Ihe
day. Extraordinary curei by Miguii'l's Pill,
and Salve have opened the eyes of the public
to the inefficiency of ihe (so called) remedies
nf others', and upon wh ch people hare so long
blindly depended. Mm girl's Pills are no oi
the ctass that are swallowed by Ihe dozen, and
nf which e>ery box lull taken creates an absolute nece-sit f'nr another On*-, or two of
Maggiel * P.lls suffices to place the bowels in
pertect order, tone the stomach, create an appetite, and render the spirtti light and buoyant 1 There it nn griping, and no reaction in
the form nf constipation. If the liver is af-
fecteu, its functions are restored; and it the
nervous system is feeble, il ii invigorated.
Tins last quality makes the medicines very
He tmhle Inrthe wants nf delicate females.
Ulcerous and ernptive di-*-asci are literally
extinguished by ttn disinfectant power of
Maggiel's S live. In fact, il It bere announced
that Alagtriel'g HlHonst, l»y -|>)'|>(Ir
and Iriili-i li -a I'll* cure where all
miters tail. While for Burns, Scalds, Cbil
hlaitia, Cuts and a'l abrasions nf tbe ikin
M.lggli-I'N ->atV.- il infallible Sold by
J Maooiil II Pine tree . Nov York, and all
Druggists, at 20 os  per box.
New Advertisements.
HAVANA CIGARS.
LEWIS &   ANTHONY,
TOBACCONISTS.
47 Yates St., Brick Store
Next to Corner of (internment St.,
BEG TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND
tne public in general   that Ihey   will con
stantly receive   bv every  st< amer a good   as
-ii tint- idi Gi-nulne    avnna * lisam
and  the      ONl   ItiaiKts ill   I oh i<< o,
iinporltd direct for line market, so that they
are able to nmiiele witli any hruie on this
Island, either Wholesale or Retail.
N.   B —Special   atlent on will be paid  to
Country  order!.
HEIMAN  LEWIN.     |    LOUIS ANTHONY.
jyi
A. & W. WILSON,
Hou:e and Ship Plumbers
CASFITTERS,
BZLL-IANGEBS & TINSMITHS
FOIIT  8TRKET.
All nidcr. promptly attended to
l>3
Alhambra
BILLIARD SALOON,
C0...1EH CtiTERlBElT MO Y1TE8 8r8.
tji»-staj:rs.
Entrance on Yates Street
Jo-tph E. Penny,    )   n
Theodore T. Pmny, \  Proprietors
jy 3-lm
GOVERlVivIElaT    STRfcET,
OPPOSITE TnE THEA'.'RE.
hi
Vtreh 16, 1866
ISTC'TICE-
Big  Bend,  British   Columbia.
DURI 0 THE MINING 8B>80N, THE
undersigned will he prepared to execnti
surveys, and transact a general agency lusi
nasi at Big Bend.
JOHN MORRIS,
W" " Civil Engineer.
RETRENCHMENT!
Wharf Street Superseded.
Stores to let by Wholesale
or Petal!!
^PLENDID LARGE 8TORES MAT BE
O bad in Canwell'i Block, Corner ot Fort
and Langley itieeti. at front $10 a month
upward. All tbe mores in the Block may be
let except one, wbttb il bow Itt al $16 per
month.
Apply to
JAMES CARSWEI.L.
April t, 1864. jy *
WILLIAM   L1TON4.
sKrpjpiisra-
-i»t>—
Commission     Agent,
On the Corner of
Wharf and Johnson Streets.
jy I-3m
Miscellaneous.
A   Triumph    oi    Scienoo
—AID—
THE  LIGHT   OP   THE   WORLD
DR. MAGGvIEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE.
IbtM L fe firing rt*m*d.fi art now, for  tht flr t
tt    i,iv       im'Hri. lotli    w  r'I      K'»r nver » ijuaitei-
f • • tuturj oi jti  it. pi aclicr tht ingredit nit In ib« te
Life.Giving Fills
H'T* bt-n uit'1 with the frtitttt  »a-ceti.    Th ir
mini  n   it   ii   t on t   if      T  VVBt     1$   \t ■. hut   to  « urt
Tin** »t rth o'i ih rsrfnsi m\l <•'■•* by ->bieh tha
imttOnt it •uffprinf trn1 it id. Igort'ri* t e *>|in:
•yti'tn. T thts t'tnd infirm * ,t\t tluiej of tli.n;
valuthte PIL..3 will, risTt to he
A VERY FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH,
K f in tTfrr caw t'»ey add nt* li r* aad vlta'.tj, a?>d
p-l-ift* tht w ii.. |ff i i/jiei to tboir rii'mt- |i .iu. T
tht jonnf an mi dl g«d thiy i,ill pr \e ra-mt m
v*iu Mr, a* a rt» ), tpecirlc and iter in*: leediemo.
tftltl  tlr-tim   riMliJVil. i!i*i I'.tn-H.df-L-iin   hua..li
f>«r ihite  huodrtd j*art ago, and bettr f mou,    he
■oolt d for a  t  u-tain   thai   would rciturt the o.d to
■. ijj.'r audntaktyuulh tTtr
An Eternal Npring^!
ft wat tffl for 'hit >\ -r and litvir t • rfaMf thf* drcitm,
»"rt i-h'tw in otitKlorioui f..ct the uta.te that ■■ adt
i« fair.
THESE  FAMOUS  REMEDIES
Cannot it'Y th   «l-ht of year*, hut th*>* can force back,
an   hold    ltm<, diataiw a hat mi niri  mnh ort.  tie
*fC"'i and  tha   foiiDf     Let n'lit  ht>>tate   then, hn
►•■ii-- the •■vn-tblt uppottuoitj (bat offer*. Wben Uke
at prate ibrd—
Tcr Blllious Disorders
vo'hirt"can  -t  mora p-odnc'|p# nf curr than these
Pill<—Their almoiit   m vln ioB ence It felt at o
>ml th     uaual c w >mit»nt-   ■ f thii in tt  di-tr<tiimr
'IT'M" *r- itmaved.  There ramidltt are made Irom
the pi.rett
VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS.
Th j will rot harm the nrnal dtltcate ffmatt. and
■*a be al d with j"od i-ffeet (d prta*.rlb»d deaei to
tht jounjtit batte.
7or Cutaneous Disorders
Andalitru ll«Dt of tbetkln.'bt RALVf It mn-i |q
valuihtf. It doet a t h*al ■ aitmtliy a|.-n-, but pt-ne
if 'e* with the uoit a a rth 181 ell«cih to tha tarr tool
of.btt.il.
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
IuTariably cur© tbe following Diseases ;
A-lhma,
B»wel Corepalota,
Coiiitht,
Culd-,
Cheat Df tatea,
Coi'ivfoeat,
D »prpti\,
Dianh a,
X>mnte,
De ility,
. „ Ftter and ^pie.
Pemalarompltiot,
headache,
Indir ttloQ.
1' fl '* it,
luflimra ton,
Inward Wi-skneM,
Li-rr Com laint,
Lowi.e - of Spiritt,
Rinfwnrm,
Rh turn at m,
bait    I euro,
dcalda.
bkin Dlieatei.
kV vOTICC.— 5entfenrlDe wltboit the enrrared
trade mark   rrvind e*ch pet or hot, tifned by DR. J.
At GIKI,, t3 Fulton ttreet[ Ntw 1 ork. to counter fe t
«hi. h it leluny.
.•ir Sold bj all retpeetnhle D.alen in Medicines
throTKh.'iit the TniteJ Stalei aod Cancda—at 2A c«uu
per ^ei or rot. , Jr9ly
Miscellaneous.
ROYAL
INSURANCE
FIRE   &C  ILXFJEi.
Cfljtltnl, - - Ten Million DollarN
BBERVE   TO    MEET    LOSSES
Five Million DoUars!
•A^LUTUaNIR, r-<l    W PCHUItslAN,   PERCY M
UuVK, MA.NAUIK.
Thl.Cmpanv has now tltf largest Ineome for Flrr
an.l Lifa Pratniums of at>T Cnmpatt; Inlh. world.
Tit. ilnilerslfiit-d, Assntifiir V'HicouV.r island and
British Columbia, r.tttra I's.lr ps'ticnlar '.liaolc. to tlir
public for ili-ir pstrooajr oltho Rovsl since the op'-n
ins of lha asnncy, an.l alsn lo '.lis Victoila yira Com
panio. far thsrlr v.luablv services.
Tlie Fire Branch.
Of this sreii'tr In 1SSI was nearly <-nlil» that oflM3—
tha risk in Vicluila alone amounted to 9110^,000.
The bnslnessof the
Life Iirnnch.
Has also largely Increased  since tbe   Itirectnra reduced
tbaia'aato the Etifflibb .taniiard.
Anderson 8c Oo
Him*' Street.
Agents for Vancouver Island and British   Cnlnmbia
MM
•I'Hfi GREAT   KEMEDY   01?   THE
JtQE.
IIOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.
Tha   effect   ol  the   Ointment   on    the
System.
To the v-rv co » and centre of all rlit-nstt
wlilch affect tlie human body, I his reiiiHrkaltlc
prcjmra ion penetrstes. It disappears under
the friction of the httnds, ns salt disappears
when rubhe'i u,ton tin at. The UOgnetit performs its healing crrttnd rapidly, stiffly, and
without pair.. Simple eruptions, open sores
hard tumors, ?crolu!uui fevelopnu-iiiB of all
kinds, ahcesses, enncers, old wounes. nnd, in
met, every speci I of iufl tmmatioti nnd suppuration, whother in tl i'skin, tho flesh the
glamls, or among the muscles, can be rirrcsteb
in ill destructive course, snd permanently
ctred without danger by rubbing in Ibis inestimable (limn,cut.
Bad    Lei's,  Uail   Rvemsta,    Sores,   anil
L'lceia.
In mnny Hospitals in Kuropo ihil celebrated
remedy.is now used for the cure of old wounds
sores, and ulcers ; in Spsin and   Portugal, and
in many parts of Italy, Ihe first Physicians re-
regularly prttorlbe its use.  It   is  a  govcreigr
remedy for bud breasts and bud legs; and 'ike
H-ise for nil skin diseases.    It is to be found in
the chest of uearly  every sailor,  soldier, am'
emigrant.
liuiii'iiilenrles   of   Youth ; —Sores   and
V leers*
The above class of compltinls Is surely re
noved by nightly fomenti"g lite parts witl
. inn water, and then by most effectually rub
■ilng in this Ointment. Persons stiffei ing ft on
these direful complaints should lose not a mn
ment in arresting their progress. Il should hi
ii* *|i r.nnod Unit it is not sufficient merely to
smear the Ointment on the affected pans, but
it must bt well rubbed in for some considerabli
time tw or iltree times a day, that it maybe
taken into the system, whence It will remoc
only hidden soreorwouid as effectually a,
though it were palpable to the eye. Bread nnd
water pou'tices, altar the rubbing in ol It
Ointment, wi 1 do great sorvice, Thii ii lb
only proper treatment for females in ca-es o
cancer in Ihe itomach. or fur those who stub
Irom a general bearing dot D.
Piles, Fistulas, Mtrlctures.
Blotches, asalso swelling!, can with certain!}
be radically cured if ihe Ointment be usef
freely, and the Pills be laken night and morn,
ing ai recommended In the printed iuitructiious
Wben treated in any oilier w»y these complaint,
jnly dry up in one place to break out in an-
ither; whereat this Ohinienl will remove th.
tiutnor from the system, and leave the pntien
i vigorous and healthy being. It will reqtilr*
.Irae, aided by the me uf tat I'illl, to euiure
tuting curt.
Dlptlierla,   Bronchitis, Sole   Throats,
Any nf tht above clan of diseatei may be
•ured by well rubbing tha Ointment ibree
.imei a day upon ihe skin covering the throat,
cheit, and neck ol the patient. The unguent
will soon penetrate Ihe pores and give hunted.
late relief. To allay the lever and lessen il e
inflaroation, egln or ten Pilli should be laken
night and rooming. The Ointment will pu.
duce penp'ratiun, which is io essential for
remo-ing fevers, lore throati. and thoie oppressions of Ihe chest which arise Irom
Ar-ihi a, Bronchitis, and othei causes.
Both the Ointment and Pill*  should
be uaed  In the following Caaes i
Bad Tent
•"oni" (Cirnfl)
F.h'omatitrn
Rid Bremti
Cancers
■raltjt
Hiirna
C ntracted       and
S't'-e Xipplea
Bunions.
III r 4ftlOtl
eil" of \lmoh« tne»
'.lephnntiaila
Skin diueae
and S*.ud-Fliee
'■'inluUn
•<eurvy
ooo-bar
Unit
$0$9 head*
h lego-foot
Han'Uilar    Swell
r.unora
imp
LHcers
."hilbUine
mtj.igo.
.'hepped Haoda
Piles
Vawa
Md at f e Establishment ol  Paonsaoa Houows
HI, istr»ml,   sear Temple Ral), Loud.*n ; also by a
.'espectsWe Drugglsla und Healers in Medlclnea through
•nt the civilized world, at the following p. ices    la. lkn
l td   4s dd.. lis., 112 , and 83s., each Pot.
*.*   Tnare a acoasidorableaaviogby taking the larga,
NP.—I'u-ectloss for tbe mldance of Patients in era
djiorier are affixed to each Pol.
Mi-celluneous.
EXPRESS LINE STAGES;
•-I'HE  COACHES   OF  THIS   USE  WILL
1   now run regularly, leaving   Yale, II. C.
oo
Honda) n,
Wednesdayis,
Aad Fridays,
AT T, A. If.,
FOR    HAVANA'S     FERRT.
(Big Rend ftnute), until tbe completion of lb*
read, when they will go lo Savana'i terry,
Tlie Conch for Cariboo will leave Yait OS
Monday.
jjr a f. ]. BARNARD.
ALWAY & BAYLEY
Licensed Auctioneers
—AND—
COMMISSION   MERCHANTS
Storage & Forwarding
YALE, B. C.r.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING THE ONLY
Fire Proof Warehouse at Yale, partiet
hipping by the Yale, Lytton Route, may
rely upon all goods marked to our care, being
promptly dispatched to their destination at
moderate rates.
ALWAY* BAYLEY
_jyj	
TUE  ONE  THING   WANTED.
IIOLLOWAY'S TILLS.
The lllood.
These famous pills nre to composed tha
they operate wholesomely on the siomach, ihe
liver, the bowels, ami other organs; by corrrtt-
ing any derangement! in their function!,
whereby a steady supply of pure materials tar
tin' renewal of lite Blood is lurnished, and a
constant nbslrsctioii of effete products Is effected. This perfect circulation thai becomes
Ihe very fo tulniii of health and life, and over*
comes all form of diseaie wherever Hi lunation.
Genera Disorders of I lie l.lvei-
and Mouiach.
All who ever indulge a* -.able either ia eat-
'ng or drinking, should take about ten of thea-
tamotis pillaat bed lime, from which will rae
suit a clear head and good stomach the ftl! w-
ing morning. ThotiBai.ds of I.adiei art always complaining of sick hcadachi-s, waat al
appetite, want of energy, and want of strength,
to correct all these evils, ihreeor lour ol thett
Pills should bo taken twiee a week, when they
would give the invalid .ne health anil appetite
of a ploughman.
FcmaleM ol' all Apes and Claiue*
Obstructions ot any kind, either in youag
or those beiween forty and Gfty—lh moll erit-
ical pel lad of life— tuny be radically remo "*i
by using iheaa Pills nccordinr; to tht printttj
directions which accompany each box. Youn,
persons wilh sickly and tallow complexion!
•nay have the bloom of health restored by tblr
collective, wiicli purifies the blood and ei-
pels ali gtoss and impure humors from thriyi-
tem. Beware then of the critical age Iron
forty to filly, us it sends rnnuy thousands te
premature grave,—these Pills'lliould be taktt
•t that period of lile two or tbrte  tin.es   »
ittk
H'.iiit   uf Strength and [Energy.
Persons of ledetttary bahils, or those troubled In mind, working iu Factories or Ceal
Pits, who cannot obtain tbat amount ol frail
air and exercise which nature require!, lafTer
from weakness and delility, lowliest of spiri:i
snd warn of appeiite. All inch aho lid 'nke •
lose or two ol these Pilli every Ihne or foni
days, as ihey act gently and effectual'y oa tbt
system and impart vigor nnd energy to the
body, which ia always followed by a good
appetite, sound and refreshing sleep, aud a
high fjow.of spirits.
For the I'll re or Dropuy.
The cfllc cy of Hnlloway'l Pills in Dropsy
Is extraordinary. Tb-y act with such a peculiar elfect upot Ihe system, that tha fluids
causing thii ilirelill complaint, are pen-i ptibl
.'a rled off and prevented from any (urthei
scctimiiiiition. The s'ltleier r gains a buoyancy of spirits and rrjujet-a in a completely
renovated coustltution. It ia inillipeiiiably
necesiary that the (liniment should *it molt
effectually rubbed into tha complaining part*
during the whole coune of treatment.
Children and their Alimrntr.
In no country In the world are mora children
carried to an early grave than in Great I'rnaln.
Coughs, Heailri, Scarlatina, Fevers, and olbtr
liieaiei allack the little suffer*ra, and death,
hut too often, follows at a rapid pace ; ,*-et if,
nl the first stage of these complaints, parent!
were to have recourae to Holloway's Pilli, all
danger notilr be avoided ; for tbe aloraaoh
and boweli would be gently but electually
cleamed by this mild aperient; tht depraved
humori corrected and Ihe Becrelions duly rega-
Intetl. A perfect cure would -oon bt effected, and tbe little patient raitored to toon'1
health.
Hollowly' Pilli are tha but known rensdy ia tht
world for iho follow.ng dit tseii
Fold a' the l-etsbllahmenl of Pro easor ll.iltowsy. f||
.Jlrand, fnear Temide Bar.) f. ndon ; als" by all respect'
able Drugr/i*u and Dealera In Me ieinel t broilfhoal the
civilized world, at the -ollowing prices—la. lja*., Ii M,
Is. tkl., Ha,, 22a., and 83s. each box.
Auue Female lrres-ular*Scrofn'aorKiar s
Asthma Me, Evil
UiMiiai»Corrplalr,t* Fever of all kind- -"ore Tliroals
Fits ■'tone and Gravel
• out Secondary Sytnp-
llcici Actio terns
lniiigestioe licDnloreox
liittnnimatioa Tuioora
Jaundice Ulcers
Liver Complalnta    Venereal     aflee
Lu-nba-o tione
files Worms    ef   a
Khoamattsn kinds
Ro.emiou ef Urine Weakness     frem
whatever reuse
th
Blntrbes
skin
Bowel complaints
Colics
Constipation of tbe
Bow-Is
Cons'itni lion
Debility
Dropsy'
Dysetltry
Rryaipelai
*.*  There is a cnnitderable savlnf by taklaa the
trgrraiiea.
I Hreotteii. for the soldi noe of patleuts in every djer
der are adlxed to each box.
Fri.nixd and Published by McCLnBti Co., at
the office, Langley Street.   '   J *<i

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