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VOL. I.
VICTIM!/*,   VANCOUVER   IgltflUt.   illUBSDAY   EVENING,   JULY. 5    18(i6.
MO. 3.
"EVENING TEO.di.APD,"
rnjUMM
•air   Evenug at 4  O'Clock,
(S.iurday and Sunday evenings excepted.)
tUO SVBBT
STTIfDAT    MORNING !
TKit Ufa OtT   •DU'tCtllPTIOlt l
>r AMW, li sd.sws, lij  mail, 110 00
'■r Ml  leeetlis .*.»>    • "0
er »   »k, |«f»W. umrruir  M
IfcfU-UrfSM,  14
For terms of Ad vertmeni nt apply at the
Hfflca. Ltn tor "trwt
CtNtOA    »*'»    IIHAZII..
A te'ter fmm Kin J Hieiro, pnhlisherl in
Ln Mint tt, mates tliHl !In- Hrtiziliiill
U-iTi-rni^ni lad n|K>«erf in rnmr into mm
merciil HTMii^fcMi-nu wiili Cmaila ; ihitt
It will ronaent to n I the ioiiimiMiii)iierK
h«k«il of it, provirieil some cquival. nt li«
(riven in return Tntre it one livaiutf ilil-
fit-ni■ y that "ill rentier i' ilifEciili for
Jtrmsil to tnnk> any agreement, involving
a l"i» of n-venie. 'j lie «ar wi li Purn-
ftr.ny kt:«H proml inch a n>ru n DjKIM ita
QnaiiC'l Mia', (Or I lie uimni'lil, il Man ni'i'il
of nil it pan o lain, lint it in thought
tlia| Ihil obs'ai-le in not so mm ioiin I hat it
mat hot ba got over, with minte il ffinipy.
Wllfct can are ain.l In Umzil ? It in no'
Certain that our Hour can lie iniirle fsu t-
•die fur tlie cluimte ; to render I' so, if
that lie pim-iiiif w.ll require some in'W
mmle ol III illllf.icllire. Au'i lntr<■ it may
(i« |trrln a t tn renin ik ihut tlie imllT.-irut
barrels wh'ch art- now Kin often mnile,
niii-t, it not diai-anM for li-lter one*,
•■'On injure ihe repnlatinn of om (I uir in
all the imrkvtt of tin- worltl The Iwaxif
11 mr, owing io lite inferior liutrel. < fleii
«-il. null li* enormous, wli n tlnv are
rolled in a wli.nf the flour exuiles imiween
o«rry a a»r, unil Hie   Ions fri.in »lt .kmir in
railway van n:u»i lie ve,y greiii Tne
cxpoMirn of the flour to dirt is another
source of rl in.uge. In iiothiiiir i>o inunh
■a 'In- fl nir laurel* of tlii-f modern day
i« a reform wunt ng If we are 10 semi
flour to hoi i litna'et it inu-t l.e well me
cured. Of the produce of our forests tlie
Bia'zilii'iii nceitre considerable mipplir> ;
but they rrceive tbetu tiiioujfh ihe Am.-ri
cans, lor whom tiny hare a tettlrd and
rlti-p rooted dml.ke Why tlwultl «e not
take thii trade into our own hands? We
hare nbundanee of vessel* and menu* of
•very tort for doing it ; and even in the
abteuce of a irealy there m no rtat.m why
it should not he done. For rured fi-li nil
the Booth Aniericon States are goml una
tomers. and llntith America can supply in
grealer slim dimee than any 01 In r ronn'ry
in Ilia world. 'I'iiere is no reason why a
lara-a trade sUOuld not nyt'wn up between
Canada and other countries.
fins Crwono Famii.t—Purine ihe Inst
fif'y year* tiiit fmiily iwtp liei-u no eil for
their    good    luck.     Prince    I pold    of
Rs*e ColHiutjr, wl o-f wl oil' iticnnie was a
ahatibv thiee limd'ed pounds a year,
married the heiteta of the British tlnone
In 1816 ; dropped into a life pension of
fi'ty thousand pound- for life, on her
dea.h In 1817 ; was chosen Kinir of
<) eice in IK!?:), but dichned ; tier me
Knar o' Belgium in lf*31. and Mimed
for twenty fite years with greet aiicoe-s.
Hit sieter, a poor widow, thoinrh a ' horn
princes*,' married one of tho Fnvrlinli
royal dukes, and tlielr only snrvivinir
child  no< occupha   the  Hi ir.lt   throne ;
her daughter  will   one dny   be  Q n , f
Priitei* ; another of the Colmurg f milv
married a dan|(ht«r of Louis I'lull |ipe of
Frntice. Yet another is father of the
present Kmir of Ponnjral. Leopold's
•Idest son «spoiis«.| an us'riun arch-
dwhess and his only daughter it Kmprest
of Mex CO.
A ruii.ogorHKH on Km I,koi.—Mr.
Mill has nn-ndi'il h s delivery since 'In- lie-
aoitiiiiK of t'lesessiuii a- regards ariicflla-
llon un I (realtire. One could litre heard
a pi.t drop from He Ixif iniiinir to the end
of his remiirk ,i le nddrc-t. The lirtt time
his memory f.tlletl lo funn-li him wild th
coniiecliuK inn-id of his arifiimem In
stood untie and ni'i'iimlct-, with head d.
clinetl and eyes tix'd ii|Kiti the irrouin
• sit nif toe restorntion of couiinuiiy i
the current nf his in.mollis There was
irenetal iniliift'S<ii>inn of surprise and
sympathy thnni(fhout the House highly
cri di a ile to the ue.ierons null (fentle-
om.ily character of that great assembly.
Twice again the unaccustomed lips of (lie
philo-onher middc-ilr ceated to more, and
niraiu the mini" forbearance a id g iod feeling »h(nred ihemselres. His sp cih was,
no rtniilit, l.ke that of Sir Bnlwer Lytuin,
cotnmiilert to memory; and in ueitlter
ra>e conh] the speaker i ouceal the felli r-
ing eff |l of i he i (Tor 10 repeat sentence
hi sentence tlw careful composition.—
London Letter.
The Value or Londou Pbopertt—
As iinl eating the riilue of the properly hi
the west end of London, it may he staled
thai the faitii v ie>ideiice of the late Lore
WlllOughhy de Ereabv. silu te No. ]4i
P.ccathlly, I etweeu Il.itml on | luce anil
Hyde I'.rk, cniiitniiiulinir ie*a ol Hie
tjreen Park and Constitution hT, with
stublinv: in lliiiuilloti Mi-uH, held on lease
I'nni the crown for the present term of
Tort* years, tit a low ground rent, was
disposed of the 0'hi'f day, hy order of the
trustees, for the larje sum of U'A'iW),
the tetikiil's fix »tes lo be luken by the
purchn-er of the lease; these fetched
jC'ifill in nildittoti.
New A'lvfrtisr'mtriis.
WL'SONOUIIRAY,
GUOCERS,
Provigion, Wine & Spirit Merchants,
B K Rl & GO FlGTIOREBS,
i OUT ST., VICTORIA, V. I.
SHIPPING     SUPPLIED.
 w_
Alhambra
BILLIARD SALOON,
CO ,\ u (i'Vi:R\ni:vr 1KD v.trts srs.
TJI»-STA.IRS.
Entnnie on Tales Street-
jy 3-lm
WILLIAM   LYO^i,
SHIPPING
— Jim-
Commission      Agent,
On the Corner of
Wharf and John^cn Sticet?-
jy l-3ia 	
FAIRIONABLI UTHOHSH1P-Authorship
has become fnhlon.be in the courts of
Europe The hnndi it Review sat a : li
it tolerably wi I know n thai our Q men
bat been for some time eugaued npi.ti a
TSrtSSrrf-wmptatt'ons—ofi'eeteay f«-rm,
wt belieye—which are to be published, or
at least privately primed, when her Ma-
j-»ty shall deem them sufficiently complete
Tne Crown Prince of Prussia is eugiiited
np- n a histoty of the ' Khcttral Princes
«f Brmdepliorg.' Tlie ex King of Gfet ce
(Otho of Btftria) ii translating the Iliad
of Homer, md hit f ither, Lonis, ex- ing
of Bavaria, is at Nice giving the lust
toadies to • new rolame of poeiiat. King
John of Smotiy has just issued the third
«*d last roiome of Dante's,' Dirina Com-
media,' trtDslatcd by h ms. If into German.
The literary labor* of the Emperor and
Enrprees of tlie French hare bees subjects
for coiirersatiqn and criticism for a long
tine ; and Only a week ago we mentioned
tho net ihat Ooar P*ch« if basy wrung
» Mifafflf^Arexsoder the Great.''
TOBACCO PLANT
ABRIVAT. 07 ANOfHEB CARGO FROM
Virginia & Cuba,
VIA    ASHNWAIX,
or tht last Celebrak'd Brands of
TOBACCO   &   SEGARS
EVER IMPORTED
Ssmtiles cm b> had at the 'AiELPB',"
corner Vaien ati'l Onvert mem stieets.
I sl'n csrr.y on the husiie-'s at my OLD
STAND on JO 'V.-OX Si'RKBT and WAD-
DINUl'ON ALLEY.
r. r taPBK l,
jyl ADFLPIII >KfiAR KTilTtK.
WARM WEATHER!
ICEl   ICE!   ICE!
A   LUXURY  WITHIN TBE  REACH   OF
all, supplied by
\LEX.    PHII^LIJPH,
FORT STREET,
To sit nothing about Ginger Beer, Lemonade,
or Soda Water with H.
JSr.TlitVay to krtp cooT. v~  %   tT3
Hum AiIvltusi-nnut».
Jesse  Cowper,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
LEATHER,
—XND—     '
SHOE    FINDINGS,
"3T.A TB3    STREET,
OPPOSITE WELLS, FAROO & Co.,
At tlie old StSNafof Webster &, Co., it
prepafed to tupp'y the wauta of the
pub'ic in bitjfne.
e latest Ctyl'S
Heceired by erery arrival from England
.nd Sun Francisco. jy2
£p3rborg & lueff,
COMMISSION   MLUCHAN'JS,
Importers end Wholesale Dealert in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
1 toots and IShoes,
Wharf street, Victoria, V. I. jy 2
J. P. DAV.ES & GO,
AIII TIONKKKS & tOMMISSIUM MKK
< HANTS. Salesroom, Flnproof Hunt
Building, Wuorf alrart, near Vale..
Cotk    Advantu    on    Merchandue    for
8*U. -«« jyl
jit
IIAVANACIGARS.
LEWItf &  ANTHONY,
TOBACCONISTS.
47 Yates St., Brick Store
Next to Co nor of Government St.,
I EO TO IN'FORM THEIR FlilENDS AND
I) I r public in Kcneral that iln-y will con-
stNtitly receive hv evefy etiamer a (fond as-
so'tmeiitol Genuine ' avtinti < Isara
mid the eat liritntla «>l liilnt'io,
linporttd direct for Una market, no that they
ere able to omtirte with any urine ou thii
I-land. either Wholetale or Retail.
N.   II —Special   attrnt on will  be paid  to
Cniinlrv  order*.
HKIMAN LEWIX.     I     LOUIS ANTHO.VT.
A. & W.WILSON,
Hou:e and Ship Tlumbers
CASFITTERS,
B"LL-TARGERS & TINSMITHS
'  FOltT   STRKBT
All order* promptly attended 'o
i'2
CARRU E TAINTING.
BROAD   STREET,
OPPOSITE THE WE LEYAN CHAPEL
I HE UNDERSIGNED IS THE ONLY CAR-
I   ti 'c• r-iinii-r lii Victoria.
Work done on reasonable term*.
W. M. KEOHAK.
jyilm
EVENING TELEGRAPH
GENERAL
Job   Printing
EMTABLINn.HE.\T
Langley Street, Victoria,
The  Printing  Office
or THE
EVENING
TELEGRAPH
Office is replete with every applhnce
and variety of Material for the
Execution of
LETTER PRESS  PRINTING!
In all its branches, whether
Plain or Ornamental
Mutual Marine
INSURANCE  COMPANY
OVSAN FRANCISCO.
UFrlCB.—N. E: Cor. Front a California 8U
Capital, sS5.-50(»,000.
AKEBATE FROM RATES OF PREMIDM
charfted, will bereafiei be made t>T this
companj, ai large a> allotted oj any respon-
lible Company or Agency doing busiueat <u
Ihil Uit«.
TbU C5HPU7 tl tagig*H ExctnitT.lj a
Miarino Insurance.
WAR RISTS TAjXEN.
At Iobim paid  prooptly io   United States
-.old Cola. •
JAMBSP.filNT.
jrs  '" T .^l  :•'   '«'.-,.:•
I y|
tPIlE   OFFICE   AIMS   at  •eeurlng
JL    sacL sueedy  Execution of orders at U
consistent with   correct aod   elegaut Work.
■aatMsi
Orders received for Printing
Hooks,
Business Cards,
Pamphlets
Invoicei,
Catalogutl
Sill Heads,
Sermons,
Trade Forma,
Renorti
Circulars, (Plain   or
Rentals,
Coloured,)
Leases,
Band   Bills. (Plain or
Law Forms ef
every
Coloured,)
description,
For Prices,   apply   at the  Office.
Langley street
THE LANCASHIRE
Insurance    Company.
Capital,  Two MtHiona Sterling.
Mi cellaueoUB.
CHARLES   BERNARD,
ilv>u/aeturir md DttUr m
FAMILY CHP.RTRE CDFFSE.
And «|>lce» or alt Mae**
A'o. 707, Sansome ttrvtt, oonter^Wi,
Beiween Jaskioa and Pacific.
F^fnmmm umtrdti t* th* M**h*mi**' tn.
»Wa»s,/er (As out Cofu and !fr<*u.
Tha fimprietor bavins Introdacw) #f**
Power in WtManufacUi'V. ha no* (■tJtiJld
facilitiei to snnpty the tntde *tt|'ts» iprltia
general. All aetioKt lK>t»hij BtaabWhment
are guaranteed to ha pu e antj unadulterated.
The pu>ilie >re respeetfully invtteH «o e«Sl ami
riinvnire theaselvtt Country ox4orsprn"-nUy
attended to. IT'
 : u_
(SEWIIIO MACHINES,!
3 j 11 I
H.,l(ij
Manchester Exeha-ge Sir at.
I ondoi .- 10   Cornhlll.
Llrerpool T, W   tar    « «•»'.
GlaagoMr t. Sooth H.nnTtr Sire. t.
Blrml   t;ham...... ^- The Enhtepi
Bristol...   SO, Broad Strart.
HAVING BEEN APPOINTED AflESTS
for tht above O mpany. we are now . r»-
ptred to take risks at ralM at aodarate as
iboie ot "By other !*«*rintlb:e ^oaL-aji*.
l :io
)y^ltxmt,»»*
I
tm.-TW Ikw *.>.n 11 lb. nob Marti*. Oat
•4 an? all kni. •*«•*> wltk M kiab eritiill
tar ffMioo-Bi
HACHIN'gy BOLD IK TWO TEARS
The almost Incredible increase In tne sale of
thertlatrer'ilschrne duvinir the naattwo yeart
i« owing* to Mie poptiNntj tif the LETTER A
TRANdVEHSF. SlICTTLfi'Fnmllv Machine,
which was introduced In 1S«". siaea wbch
time it l.ae earned and established a reputation for fumilj uses equal to th» relebrsted
manu'actnrini- mnfiiinet ol thii Ffrni. whltih
are (jener-illy arkniiwledgedj ev#o by Oealtrs
in oti er .-jewing Machines, to be unequalled
for such pitfpo*>«.
•WT Nil dTIIKR Family Rcwinft KacblDt
has sucb perfi ct apd improved applinnres for
lluflling, tfemnnti-r, Binding, Felling, Tucktag,
OatherlD*;, Ouuttii g, UraiJn or ng, U ti>
ing, t<e,
Ksf All pereous requiring nfnrunrttpa
ahou' oar Hewing USehlnet, their ■ ties. Prices,
Working C-iuntiiies, »nd the best tnrthod nf
purcbasiugiciia obitiu it by tending for a eopy
ofthe
St.NQER   VANUF.lCTnR'.VO    0OMFAMT9
rUGSTtATte p.arnLtT.
Which Is eotireW devoted  to the  tttyfet    It
will be tent trails, wnb tpeotiaeaa at work,
i-eee. a,»- j .. mmm j-IUH
WILLIAM BROPRICK,
General Agent tor tbt Siog.r Maofn Co.
     in
General News Agent
J. Stratman.
EMPIRE NEWS DEPOT
Cot
rpn
Cot. Washington &. Sansoma tv*
Han Pranclicos
IFIB ADV  RTlHERls   prepaeed   to taeo'f
wiih iniiirtuitlity »nd celerity tht snuct.4
nawtpapsrs and prriedkiils upon the following
terras All orders, to receive Immediate stoat
lion, must be aeenynpanied by caeb rrmitttajca,
anil beaded in previous to tbt 4th, UU), ai.d
24tb nt eacb mouth.
Uindun Daily Tim*. (lite
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«        Bell -Lire in b.n'K.n Il M
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"       1.1,1.>  ,f-.-Ir.dej, Hot
•'       IS.  apo'tl'if New». ttt
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SalueSn; H,Tl-«  1IIM
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Umih.   lilu.lr»ir.I N,». ]4 SO
Allsi-'.' Mrmihl  ttt
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SisrpjMTt' F4llnbiirjh   oumsl .....I tt
DtitnlJ   rr.|*r», "*«..   Week „,MtJ>
an the Ten Reuad tat
Th.'k'ta.'s r<iniMini«.-M!n4 '.lit
Urnaon Lsucei .est
3. A, isle's Tr-mpli-Bar s tt
MjiMea tiecl.ly M.nuiiie....... n.rS«*u
•vk^aieayijisasiae IM
Sdliibursli B»i ii'W It at
Ua<uii  h»v«jw„ ^^.ttat
Xo.tliBrili.litleview |I0«
•sttltihl'Hr He ie» ;...ltt»
M.„m7 k  ajS4nat "*" net
Jl»
, w-j.Sijii.v.30Roei( * S'-iiiiTisgta,      O  1
TF. BWaNWKT*! OOl H*V» Tt«-
. moved to Wharf street, rappatlia tbt
Auction Room, of J. P. Daviei A Co., where
they will conduct « Qmeral Qateanttloa
bu.iuets, in connection with tha
Shlpplns; o«3Bce.  as
ISLAND m OTHER PRODOOE
Win HTTfBlSTty receiyeti, and
I ■M-ar.utljiitjaa.e.  , wn»l*W
'-     , -1/ toi Mas *
.(la ,«i A.at <ja
■■ /
tfbfning   ftehgra
TBORSnAY £f£.SIN(i, JULY  5,   1866.
TUB    FOrRTII   OF    Jl'l.T.
Thtre it a telenw in keeping a holiday,
Just ae there It Iu getting np a dinner or
rotnpatlag the dittencet or maguitoile of
bfevasjly bodies. There Is something in
knowing h"w to krep the tpirits of anj
ntttober o( profile rollecied together for a
da»'t atonaetnent from flagging. It it no
romn rapacity that manegei to rarr 'be
psstlne or change the tecne. to that the
bod* as well st the mind never gett fag-
gad— to bring in fact One amusement or
occupation to relieve soother. We do not
wish to be complimentary, bat we tbink
tbe eitlzeos of Victoria, thanks no doubt
lo a great measure to tbe natural facilities
which surround tbe place, possess this holiday-making faculty to an eminent degree.
It wonld be .ifflcolt, Indeed, to And a
rommonity anywhere that enters Into the
natter with greater zest or more liberality
of sentiment. The citizen of London
"spreads'' himself on ibe 24th of May,
but he bas little sympathy for the 4th ol
July ; and tbe New Yorker revels in ora.
tory and iky-rorkeli on the anniversary
of "Independence Day.''not looks atkaoce
at tbe Birthday of Queen Victoria Hero
however, the narrowness of London and
Hew York fiodt no place. We keep both
holidays snd a dozen more. We cannot
say, indeed, whether our cosmopolitan
spirit may not lead at in tbe future to
enter Into French and German festirsl
dsys with the same spirit, and carry ni
ultimately to pic- nice and pyrotechnici
daring tbe Chinese New Year; bnt we
cm say that national prejudice it every
day ending smaller foothold on Vancouver Island. The American vies with tbe
Englishman in keeping English bolidsyt,
and tbe Englishman it no way behind bis
Republican brother in celebrating the
great day tbat sprang from "16. Indeed
the Fourth of July would appear to a
strangsr tbe best kept holiday of the
whole jeer, and it ia tbe best kept, not
because there it any preponderating
American element in the place, for
tis* contrary Is the fact, bat because
tbe anniversary of the Independence
of the United States is a day full of
meaning and of tnblime thoughts to men
of every country. It is one of the
nacessUles of our beisg, to be guided by
example and affected by the actions of
•tthairtL   and   sutskVen — -»»«"«>, ■■   "••
whole range of history has made so deep
•d impresiion on civilised man as the
celebrated declaration of independence
on tbat memorable Fourth of July, nearly
a century ago France felt it and feels
It; tbe liberty loving Englishman is by
it bronght nearer and nearer his en.
lightened goal; Germany, and even
Russia are under its benignant influence,
and the little better than half civilized
republics of Booth America are gradually
emerging through its sid to the capacity
for aelfajrovernment. The Fourth of July
should be a ooiverial holiday, or at least
a holiday wherever men is capable of
appreciating the blessings of liberty. It
is • day that belongs not to the Americana bot to tbe whole hnman family—a
•lay lo which tbe intelligent and unprejudiced Englishman saes as much to ad-
•^ Bin and appreciate as the most patriotic
eltisen of the United States. That the
anniversary of tbe declaration of self-
government on tbe American Continent
wm kept by all of our citizent yesterday
•» • Joyces otnoer Is a credit to tbe intelligence it well tt liberality of sent!.
ttsol of the inhabitants of Vancouver
MM.
New Advertisements
Mrs.   Kcia
KBF.P8   CONSTANTLT ON  HAND  THE
lattst fttbionsln
MILLINERY,
—AT—
Prices to Suit the Tiireii
OOTIRNJJENT    STREET,
Bttwe*n Fort tnd Broogbtoo. Jy 5
ST~L0UI8    COLLEGE
WILL     RE-OPEN
On Monday. 6th August.
Jy 5-1m
The "Grotto,"
OPPOSITE THK TELEGRAPH OFFICE.
For a glass of choice liquor go to the
" Grotto,"
There " moke »ot th« but '' yon will
find it tbe motto.
Mint Juleps, Sherry Cobblers—everything
cooling ;
Come yn that do thirst, you will find its
no fooling.
	
ICE CREAM
STRAWBEEEIES 110) CREAM.
siU the Delicacies  of the
Season
—AT—
A. We PIPER'S,
GOVERNMENT    STREET,
OPPOSITE TBE THEA1BE,
March 1«, 186S Jy »
THE PIONBEB
ICE CREAM,
-FROM THE-
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH HOTEL,
IS AGAIN IN THE FIELD.
THE   PROPRIETOR   IS   PREPARED  TO
supply, as usual, hit cutton"""' *■••"«,
hoiu, ..-,-• numerate rates.
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH HOTEL,
jy3 Store street.
EX   FIDELITER
A Choice Lot of Bacon
JuMt. Arrived.
For Sale by
\7*
P.  Gilligan,
STORE STREET.
I
WtitiTia StittTi Scanot Pio-Nto Tht
Aatnal Pie-nie of tblt School came oft* ytt-
ttiday, being In every note a taott dtlighiful
Ttanioa of parents, friends, teactten and
tebeUri, Forming ia procession at tbt
search tbey halted while Mr. Shahspttre ob.
tsaatsl a toeeeesful photograph of tht whole
freup, and this done they marched to Ibe
place of rtndeivout, wbert wbat with eating
ate) drinking and inno.ent lecreation tbey
spent a right royal enjoyable d.-iy. Tbe
School, we learn, was never in batter trim
• tbaa at prtieitt, and wt with it and every
kindred aitucUvion tbt most perfect tuceeii.
 -—-
OtetauoW, iMniea. — The   following
•Caere ware elected on Monday evading lor
. Vktati*. lodgt, I. 0. 0. F.: E. 0. Holden,
K. 0.; Jacob8eW.-V.-0 ; Chat. Hegele, R. S.;
Tbee. Hammond, P. 8; I, B. Tbotjei, Trte.
eertr, (reelected)
FtA l»oavu»e. — the stealer Fidtllttr
•slled for. Portland this morning at half past
tea o'elock, with jj pantngne and freight at
. ftdlowe: 10 teu pig irtra, t toot tertp do,
i torn rod do., » bales burKrpi, u eatkt
eatrltt,« do. ale.
SASFMNClSCGjIGAR STORE.
ear If you Want tbe Finest ••»
HAVANA   CIGAR
ON  THE PACIFIC  COA8T,
cm os
Augustus  F.   Keyaer,
Government street, adjoining  the San
Francisco Baths.
a mi IIV ITOOX JUST lECr.VED.
 _J
H — ■*& O "V -A. L.
Tbe well known
JEWELRY ESTABLISHMENT
—or—
J. L. JUNGERMAN,
Has been removed to his NEW STORE
'
IH  THE
.asonic  Buildings,
COTkl*llE\T   STREET,
VICTORIA, V. I. jy 3
WILSON & MURRAY,
GROCEES,
Provision, Wine & Spirit Merchants,
B K'iS L C0JFECTI0HER8,
*>0IIT ST., VICTORIA, V. I.
snippiNo   surrLTED.
w
REMOVAL!
The Business of
THOMAS WILSON & CO.
Re •commenced    on
MONDAY,    JUNE    19th
In their New and Commodious Store in
GOVERNMENT     STREET,
(Opposite the Bank of British Columbia,)
WITH   THEIR   USUAL
WELL - ASSORTED    STCCK,
INCLUDING
Goods received by last steamer, and comprising Silks, Shawls, Printed
Cambrics and Dress Materials of every description;   Long
Cloths, Sheetings and Quilts;   Velvets, Tweeds,
Lace Curtains,Damasks, Reps,Chintzes,
Gents', Ladies' and Children's
Hosiery and Gloves;
Trimmings, &c. jy 3
BEE HIVE HOTEL,
FORT   STREET,
VICTOBIAi    V.   I.
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EDWARD   R.   THOMAS,
Proprietor.
"ALWAYS   ON   HAND."
Jy a
LONDON    HOUSE,
May ZM, 18C6.
Our Importations for the present season are now
complete by arrivals per EXPRESS this morning,
and the extensive shipment* now landing from the
EASTERN CHIEF
Our DRESS, MANTLE, SILK, SHAWL. MILLINERY, LAt'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 beet stock
we have yet offered.
Jr.
LONDON FIRM,
•I. P. TunstaU Co.
VICTORIA, V. I.,
J. H, Turner & Oo.
New Advertisements.
AUCTION.
Saturday, July 7,
AT 11 O'CLOCK A M.,
Sheriffs Sale
Vancouver Coal Mining and Land
Co., Limited, Charles S. Nicol,
Manager.
vs.
Nanaimo Publishing: Co. I imited,
thiries A* Alports Secretary,
Under Writ Fi. Fa.,
THE  PLANT
OF   THE
"NANAIMO   GAZETTE"
Having been bronght down from Ni-
nuiruo and ttonu in Mr. Nathan's warehouse, contiilt in pnrt of one Prett with
inking apparatne, Cubioett of display,
Type, n e*«p«|>er Type, and other article*
connected villi a Printing Office.
An Inventory ran be teeu at uiv office.
TER3WTS- CASH.
jy2
J. A. McCREA,
Auctioneer.
WILLIAM   LYONS.
SHipr-iisra-
- mo—
Commission      Agent,
On the Corner of
Wharf and Johnson Streets.
jy l-3m
HAVANACIGARS.
LEWIS' 4   ANTHONY,
TOBACCONI8T3.
47 Tatee at., Brlok Store
Next to Corner of Government St.,
BEG TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND
tbt pnbllc in gtntral that Ibfy will eoa-
stsntly rtcelvt by tvevy ettarttr a good aa-
■ortMMtot Genuine* Havana t'lparn
»nd tht    «st Brandt of Tobacco,
imponsd direct for tblt market, to ibat they
art able lo omp.tt with tny hmst on this
Island, eilhtr Wbolctalt or Retail.
N.   B —Special   attention will he paid to
Country ordrri. "
HEIMAN  LEWIN.     I    LOUIS ANTHONT.
Jy»     	
TOBACCO PLANT
ABRIVAT, Of ANOTHER CARGO IROM
Virginia & Cuba,
vu t»?ww*n„ \   _
of Ike lett Celebrated Brandt »f
TOBACCO   A  8EGARS
ITER IMPORTED
8»o«plet enn bs had at the " iDEtnl',''
earner Yaiet and Government strecis.
I also carry on the business si try OLD
STAND on JOHNSON SfRBBT atrd WAD-
DINOTON ALLET.
r. rum L,
)jt ADELrni SESAR 'bTOM. ■—-
ginning   (JPtlcgrapb.
~TBVa8DAT EVENING, JULY 5, 1869.
Tha   Faorih  la   Wanting on
Territory.
We are rsquetted to publish the following
account of tha popular festivities at Swloo-
■ith on tbe Fourth, received by telegraph
here this morning :
8WIHOUI8B, July 5th.
The ninetieth anniversary of our national
Mrthdty, which was celebrated by the cilir.cns
ef Islaud County, W. T., at Coupeville,
Whldby Island, wat a day which will long ba
remembered by tbote w'io participated in itt
festivities.
Early in the morning parties of ladies, gea-
tltmeu, and children, tome on horseback and
ia earrlagtt and othen on foot, might have
been teto wending their way from different
parti of tbt itland to an elevation of ltud
which overlooks a beautiful little valley known
at Eby't Prairie—a tpot which had bten se-
lected for a pic-nic, and on which at 10 o'clock
a. m. a large number bad congregated to tho
amount of four hundred.
The Rev. Mr. Todd wat present and opened
tbe exercitet with prayer. The Declaration
of Independence wat read by N. D. Hill, Esq.,
after which J. K. KennSuy delivered an
•ration, which wat listened to with marked
attention by all present and which was
worthy of great praise. The good things
were next brought forward by the ludiet.
We fall not here attempt to enter into
detail af to quantity or quality, but suffice
It to say that it was of a superior quality,
and as to quantity, alter the hungry multitude had feaeled many baskets of fragments remained.
The whole affnir was under the speciul
direction of the Island < 'ounty Tempurunce
Society, and it reflected much credit Tor
the orderly manner in which it whs con-
dueled. The ball in the evening at Alex
adder's Hull was u splendid affair. It was
largely attended ami all were well satisfied that their share of tripping tha light
fantastic to the sonnd of the violin was at
least realised. Tne whole affair was u
• access*, and we bare the satisfaction nl
least of hiving oelub-ated one Fourth of
July without that curse of humanity, intoxicating liquor.
Cilisbatiox or Till Furarn. — Yesterday
wat very generally observed as a holiday by
all classes of the community. Tbe Victoria
Arm wat thronged all day with boats, and its
shores were thickly dotted wliU merry picnic
groupt, while many other spots in our picturesque vicinity were similarly occupied.
Tbe excursion to San Juan curried off some
500 eager pleasure-teekers, who, however,
were doomed to meet with disappointment, as,
apparently through some misunderstand ng,
their reception was anything but cordial by
the oBceri of the garrison. Tho party on
landing ascertained that the settlers had
looked eagerly for their coming, and had
raited tomt $200 to provide sports for the
occasion, but the programme was put n stop-
toby Captain Gray, the officer In command,
who lorbade the sports, and gave tho excursionists Indirectly to understand that their
presence was not agreeable to him. The consequence win. that the harmony of tbe
party was destroyed and ulthongh they
endeavored to accommodate themselves to the
circumstances, a general feeling of discomfort
and dissatisfaction prevailed. Il is stated that
Captain Uraynad never been notified of the
excursion, but wh >li< r that be the case, he
might at least have treated the pirty with
civility, considering the occasion, and ihe
fact that a majority of the exearsionisn were
probably his own countrymen. Ihe conduct
cf the officers of the British garrison nn the
Queen's Kirthday might have been imitated
with advantage by Capt. Gray and hit company- 	
Gaoo News raost Gaousa Cutis:-We have
been permitted to make the following extracts
from a letter received by a gentleman here
from a shareholder in the Ne'er do Well Co.,
Grouse Creek:
• * * * Pour of nt own 640 feet in the
claim, which adjoint the Discovery claim , we
got out pay three weekt ago, and it looks
splendid. I judge it to be good for $5<> per
day to the interett fur the next three years ; It
hat paid that already, and it a splendid, well-
defined back ehannel. Everything it very
lively oo the creek ; new house are going up
all round, and quite a village it springing up
la front of our claim. And ew Kelly is starting a bakery and restaurant, board being $16
per week.
PS—Last night we tried a pan and got
sixty-eight dol art.
Yours truly, II.
Ma' Zikk begs la announee to the Inbablt-
eatt ot Victoria that he ha. lately received a
largt assortment of -Children1! Carriages and
Chain, Fishing Baskets and Fishing. Canei,
and a large quantity of Market and Trave ling
Baskets, China Vases, Fanry Ooodt and Toys,
all ot which bare to be told on or before
February ntxt at greatly reduced prieet.
Goods told at wholesale for cost pticet.     *
Til NoviLTiat in the Silk trade this season
are *ba beautiful Grwt dt Sues, Gros de
I-endren, and Grot de Pekin. A choice lot of
these are for sale at the Lovnotr Honti; alto
a splendid ttoek of Blaek Gros Grains and
Olaett, from three-quartrri to a yard and a
quarter wide, bought before Ihe advance in
the silk aarkit. •
RtwovAi.—Mr Hibbea requests us to itata
that ba it cow removing bit bookstore Irom
tat old stand, corner of Tales and Lancley
atvats, to tbe fine lew premises in tht Masonic Buildings, tiovernment street, when be will
rpea in a day er two. »
Faotj Pbw SooiOr— Tha schooner
Growler, Captain Williams, arrived on Tu«l-
day night with 28 m feet lumber, 3S aheep,
and JJ0O bushels barley.
s
RiMOvji—Andrew Robertson, merchant
taller, of Government street, has removed bit
•jttbliibmeot aerate the itract to the • ttore
J«lt netted by Waltf* botjk ttore.
TELEGRAPHIC.
(FECIAL TO THE ETESIX3 TELE0UPB.
Highly Important   News.
Proposition in Congress to annex
North American Provinces, including British Columbia—revolution impending iu Chile—
War declared by Prussia and
Italy against Austria - Saxony
eutered and overran by the
Prussians — Threatened dissolution of the English Ministry.
Leaven woim, July 2.—Senator James
H. Lane shot himself through the head
last evening in this city and died to-day.
Washington, July 2.—In the House
Mr. Banks introduced a bill establishing
conditions for the admission of Nova
Scotia, New Brunswick, Canada East,
and Canada West Into the Union as
States, and for the organization of the
territories of Selkirk, Saskatchewan and
Columbia by ptoclutmition by the President, whenever a notica is deposited in
the Department of State that the Government of Great Britain and provinces have
accepted the propositions made in the
second section which are to assume the
provincial debt, including tea millions
to the Hudson Buy Company.
New York, June 22.—The Pott'i
money article say< European news had
little effect in Wall street, except to give
an upwurd tendency to gold. The Bunk
statement shows an increase in loans to
two and a half millions, and decrease of
specie seven hundred thousand, nn increase in deposits of two und one-third
millions, increase of legal tenders oue
million dol'ars.
New York, July 2—The Northern
Light arrived with San Francisco dales
to ihe loth, and Panama to the 22d.
Business was brisk on the South American
Coast since the departure of the Spanish
fleet, whoso destination is not known
All the other republics of South America
were driving away Ihe Spanish residents.
Congress met at mhi Diego on the Is'.
President Persi's message was received
with hisses ; revolution is waiting for a
favor.ble opponunity to burst forth
among the C oleans. Valparaiso is being
Strongly fortified.
Nkw York, July 2.—Steamer Bremen,
from Souiliumpiou. 20ili, hits arrived.
Prussia on the Isth. formally declined
war against Austria ; Italy also the aim"
day dtdared war. Entrance of Prussians into Saxony wus preceded by formal declaration war against the kingdom
King of Saxony responded, by proclamation, lo his faithful people, and left Dresden to join the army in Bohemia
It is rumored that Saxony has effected
a junction with the Austriuns, and that
the Prussians occupied- Dresden anil
have overrun the entire kingdom, and
are rushing to Bohemia.
The Anstrinns had made a demonstration on the Selesian frontier, mar N'eisse,
and the entry of tho Austrians into
Saxony was hourly expected.
King of Hanover had joined the army
at Gattiugon.
New York, Jnly 2—The City of Boston
brings dates to the 21st : No serious
collision has yet taken place in Germany.
The Ministerial crisis in England was
believed would end in the resignation of
tho ministers aud the dissolution of Parliament.
Last Night's Despatches.
Quesnellemoutii, July 3.—The Sentinel of June 2Sth, says :—The Petty
Court was held en tho 22d. Ah Sue was
charged by H. II. Margesson with having
in his possession a special receipt from
the Bank of British North America for
$750, which was lost or stolen on Saturday, the-jBth, from complainant. After
being locked up 24 hours the friends of
the prisoner brought the pocket book and
papers, and delivered them up. 'The
prisoner was cautioned and dismissed.
Some Chinamen were arrested on
suspicion of having robbed the sluices of
tbe Chittenden Mining Co., on Lowhee
Creek.
Tbe surplus fund remaining in the bands
of the committee who collected the subscription for the testimonial to Judge
Cox, amounting to $2<!l' 50, was generously bestowed on the Sisters of Charity
or Victoria, and sent by last express to
be applied towards the maintenance of
two children of Mr. Winuard, soih from
here to their care, over a year ago.
The Sentinel of Jnly 2d, says ;—
While a man named John Garrison
was crossing a log, on Friday last, at
Grouse creek, his foot slipped and he fell
on a sharp limb of a tree, receiving a very
severe cut oo the arm.
A man named John Chisholro, while
at work in the Cayote and Crane claim,
on Saturday last, had his leg badly bruised
by th» caving in of a bank.
On tlie sanre-ttav attmher man name.
John Muir, in the Vunghan>Swwni
claim, marvelously escaped being killed
by a similar cave.
Mr Lee, who had his leg broken near
the Blue Tent House, two mouths ago,
rot in on Saturday.
Since our last visit to Gronre creek ihe
population has increased from 100 to 240
nnd claims that Were then only being* prospected are now yielding large returns.—
A I! this has happened within a month.
W.t.iin the last eight dnyt the excitement
tins increased in consequence of some new
developments, anil the creek has beeu
staked off for two or three miles.
It is the opinion of miners well ac
(planned with .lie country lout the lead
will continue straight into Antler creek.
Tins creek supplies a desideratum which
has long been wanting in the country, viz.,
the miuei nre easy of access to those of
limited means. The Discovery Co. art
taking out their usual pay—3 or 4 ozs. a
day to the hand.
There are 11 or 12 companies at work
on this creek, some of whom are taking
out good pay,
During the past week there has been a
very perceptible increase in the yield of
gold from the various claims on Williams
creek, which is likelv to continue through,
out the season. The Aurora Company
wn-hed up on Thursday 219 ounces, and
yesterday 350 ounces. The Davis Co.
washed up for tliiKweek about 387 ounces.
These amounts—being 1085 ounces—are
out of the disputed ground, and "ill be
divided between tbe two companies.
The Never'Swea*€*%w«shed out for
ihe week $800. Tney are just getting
into pay.
QrjEsNer.r.F.MouTit, July 8—Still good
news from CanOH Creek. Boats ire being
loaded and starting daily up the river for
this creek
A bull is arranged for tha evening of the
4th at the Fashion hotel iu this town. A
gay  time is anticipated.
The weither for three days has been
extremely warm and almost suffocating,
the thermometer rising as high as 95 ° in
the shade.
The lelegrnph line is now completed to
Kraser Lake, 193 miles, and the chopping
party are some wny ahead. The work is
being pushed on vigorously, and it is expected the Hue will be stretched lo Rocher
de Bouiller, on the Skeenu river, by ihe
1st of August. Parties are exploring the
Skeeua river, and it ia hoped the Mekin
can be crossed a short distance from the
coast. Over 360 pack animals are employed transporting wire and supplies
About 100 pack animals and the name
number of beef cuttle leave here to-morrow
for Eraser Inkn. The ho its have already
made two tripi to Fort Froscr a'ld t Nuk
eekla.
Thu AcitonA-D.ivis Dscisios — The Cariboo
Sentinel   ef ihe   2Mil   giies   the following   as
Judge  Debbie's decision in regard to the now
celebrated Aurora vs. Davij dispute :
AOJtKUKNT or RErr.RE.NCt.
"This nppen^ coming on for judiment thi.
day upon the issues ound by the special Jttri
on Smuidav la-t, the Itiili insn, aid it being
apparent thai any judgment which may he
given on tIt 19 sppo 1 will not cone ude the IM-
galion between tlie put e.i hereto : it is heiehy
■greed that in lieu ot giving a dec sion on tlie
mere right! of the prrtics on this pre-eni cause
ii be referred to the Judge of tlie -upreme
Court to make such award as he sb 11 thin1, fit
and ex > dicnt for settling as well ihe in eres s
of tbe two companies and their respective
shsrcliolders in the piece ol ground c ntested
in this came (being a piece ol ground about
10 feet wide rrom E to W.and about 130 feet
long Irom N. to K„ and lying to the K. of the
original II irvei Dixon g, ounit), as also all
matters in dispute or in any wise rclitig to
any dealings or workings of any of the narties
in nnd upon tbe Same piece of land : and also
all costs as well of Htigtion heretofore had,
as also up to the fin il settlement ot tne interests of the parties therein,"
" Declare mutual release of all past acts —
Define the disputed territory by prod icing the
S. boundary of the Harvey-Dlion claim loofl.
up the hill, thence draw a line northwards
parallel to the eastern bounos of tho Harvey-
Dixon, such line to be the eastern boundary
of the disputed t rrlt'try."
There being at the commencement of the action 53 full Interests in the Davis compam,
the owneri of which were not members althr
time of the jump, 12th August, 1864, and
may therefore be taken to have been bona fide
members, and 2} interests belonging to members cognixant of the jump of 12th August,
1864, anil U full ii'tarests in the Aurora co.,
divldi the whole of the unworked portion ol
tht disputed territory into 19] equal parts ;
6| to bn'ong to the said bona tide members of
the Davis Co., 14 porti ins to tbe Aurora Co.,
nothing to the owners of the 2} interests in
the Davis Co. who were parties to the jump,
except indemnity and forgiveness for the past.
taeh party to pay their own costs ab initio.
Costs of the Receiver in the Commiitio en
Court to he paid by both companies equally.
Unless the partial can agree without a Surveyor, Itt a Surveyor be appointed jointly, to
fix the posta on the mrface, both for the 5.
boundary line of tlie disputed territory and for
the dividing line between plaintiffs' 5} and tbe
defendnnti 14 parts. It parties agree on one
Surveyor, each to pay half expenses of survey.
If tbey cannot agree, each to appoint and pay
their own Surveyor. After division, parties
to execute mutual releases and quit claims, to
be tettled by Court if partite differ. Recommend that the residue of the ground be worked
in common. Reserve power to give directioni
for carrying out this award, which ia to be
made a rule of Court.
The Beobis DirOTiTtou—Wt have received
a despatch thii afternoon, s'atiag that Messrs.
Laumeister and McLaren were at tbe Camp,
waiting on the Administrator of Government.
' tHitUMxCLE RLfKESEiil..-
TI0H-
To the Editob or via Kvijuvo Titioftira
—dia,--tVi|l yiih peimit ma tbrnukrb raur
columns to correct the Coloniit and ChrontcU-
In miirepining what I said in tlie Ilou.r on
Tuesday last, they unfortunately assume
111 bat it was aimed al tone un-'-amrd person." On what grounds I shou'd Ike to
know ? I am made to use tbe word " ("ban-
tee." which cenainly d.d not escape my dps,
though it migbt have been uttered witu propriety it the aim bad been made at the ams.1-
garoalrd jumble. What I saiJ was " that I
am not a creepi g po'itieal parititr, nor like
certain fi'thy insects that cm no. rust without
adhering to some other body fur their sup
port." As ihe gentlemen ol the "doall e
header" may not ba wry well up In boianyor
entomology, I will remind Ihem tbat many
plants owe tntir exitttnee to tbe juiea they
obtain from othen mora powerful then themselves, to which they tenaciously adhere, and
that a certain data of intecti in b as ticks,
Ac. live by adhering to other animal b dies.
1 also tvd "that I am not a canting unscrupulous hypocrite, who, while I am contending
for ihe rights of tbil House and tbe consequent liberty and independence of the people,
would sell both, and become the willing state
of any roaster who would pay, or promise to
pay me well,"—somewhat different Irom tho
report. Tbt publication of this correction
will oblige
Your obedient servant,
Cbsi. B. Yoc.vo.
Tat Pnuoi  ComnTTit.—Thii Committee
met to-day at 11 a.m., and concluded the ex-
am'nition of tx-coattsbit Met wan.
FACTS va THEORIES-
" Give me a place to rest my lever on,"
says Archimedes, " and I will move tbe
world." •' Give me pure and unadulterated
drugs," says Medicos, of tbe oldeu time,
" and I will cure disease."
In ,ne sense, both of these learned pundits
were tbe veriest charlatans. Tbey knew there
was no place to rest their lever on, either to
move the world or cure disease. Mcehanism
was in a backward state, and tbe medical profession was but anothei name for sorcery,
and all the adjunct! of mugic filters und
charms ol tbe " evil eye," .tec.
But these latter days have borne nnto ns
something more than even superstition and
its crew ever dreamt of in their maddest philosophy. In these dayt of practical science,
what was theory nf yesterday ir lact to-day,
and all tbe old time notions become as bubbles
in the sun, and burst and break with every
breath we draw
Let Archimedes shoulder his lever and we
will find a resting place for it to move the
world. Let mine ancient Medicus pant and
mil no more for the drugs he so sorely needs,
tor we have them at our hand, ever ready to
serve them at bis beck.
Ilefined in the laboratory of Dr. Kagiiel,
the finest materials knowu In tbe n.edical pro
Cession are obtainable by any one. ills
llillious, liy-peptic, and Diarrhoea Pills stand
unrivalled, and bis Salvo operates with magical effect upon burns, scalds, and all sores and
ulcers of the skin
In fact, we think Mssoiil's Pills and Salve
are Ihe wo der of this century, nnd we are
nappy in the thought that many ntht-rs ot our
brethren of tbe cralt agree with as. We would
earnestly counsel that all families provide
themselves with llr Magglel s Prepaiations a'
once, and kftep them ready nt baud, eo as to
use them at the most opportune lime and as
occasion serve.'.— V*lln, Sentinel.
New Advertisements.
A New aid Grand Epoch in Medicine I—
Dr. Maggiel is tbe founder of a new Medical
system. Tbe quantltarlans, whose vast internal doses enleeble the stomach and parnlyze
the bowels, must give precedence te the man
■\lio restores health and appetiie, with frum
one to two of his extraordinary P.ll-s, aud
cures tbe most virulent tores wilh a box or so
it' his wonderful and all healing Salve. These
two great specifics of the Doctors are fast superseding all the stereotyped nostrums of the
tlay. Extraordinary cures by M igglrl's Pills
ami Salve have opened the eyes of the public
to the inefficiency of the (so called) remedies
■if others, and upon wh ch people hare to long
blindly depended. Uaeglcl's Pills nre no oi
ihe elan that are swallowed by the doz.n, and
nf which tury box lull taken creates an absolute afceeeltv for another Ont> or two of
Maggiel s Pills suffices to place the howels in ]
perfect order, tone the stomach, create an appetite, and render tbe spirits light and buty-
htit I There is no griping, nnd no reaction in
the form of constipation. If the liver la affected, its functions are restored; and it the
nervous system Is feeblt, it is invigorated.
This last quality makes tbe medicines very
desirable for tbe wantl of delicate females.
Ulcerous and eraptire diseases are literally
extinguished by tt.e disinfectant power of
Maggiel's Salve.   In fact, Il is here aim■ mice,!
that Magglel'a Ullloua, l>.v>i'«'i'il'
and IH.inli a 1*1 la cure where all
others fail. Wnile for Burns. Scalds, Clul
blains, Cuts and all abrasions of ibe skin
Mngglnl'n «ialv«> is infallible. Sold by
J MAOaiit., 11 Pine .tree', New Yurk, and all
Druggists, at 25 ell  per bnx.
New Advertisements.
A. & f. WILSON,
Home and Ship Plumbers
CASFITTERS,
BELL- IANGERS k TINSMITHS
FORT   STREET.
ill order* promptly attended lo
It-
WARM WEATHER!
ICSJ   ICE!   ICE!
a     LUXURY  WITHIN THE  REATjn   OF
iTL all, supplied by
ILEX.    PHILLIPet,
FORT STREET,
To lay nothing about Ginger Beer, Lemonade,
or Soda Water with it.
CABRIA3E PsAHfTIHG.
BROAD   STREET,
OPPOSITE IHE WK3LETAH CHAPEL.
I he mnmaaxn is the oslt cm-
1    ri«»« Ptinter in Victoria.
Wurk'doue OB reasouabl» t'wna.
W. U   KEUH.C.
jy2 lm
Alhambra
BILLIARD SALOON,
corns sovEsintrr «■> *irt» *'»•
TJPSTAIKS.
Entrance on Yatas Street.
Joseph E. Peony.    I    proprietor9
i,3'lm
Sporborg  &  .Rueff,
COMMISSION   MERCHANTS,
Importers and Wholesale Uealwil In
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Boots itiid  ISliueH.,
Wliurf street, Victoria, X. I. jy 1
J. P. MINES .* 00,
AVOYUMMsM afe < uMntf«!»*  .uteri
rllA.\T..     halearo«*m,     f>'lrepri*«r    husssss
Dulltllng.Wliart*«trert, u. •»,  luiu.
fST Caih    Adviniet    on    ilerchtndut    for
 ■«».-■ -TBI Jyl
Jesse  Cowper.
Wbulf^ale atul Retail Dealer in
B03T3 AND SHOES,
LEATHER,
-AXD -
SHOE     FINDINGS,
YATES    STREET,
OPPOSITE WELLS, FARGO fcCo,
At tlie oltl admit of Webster it Co., ia
prepared to supply the Hauls of that
public in bit line.
The Latest Styl s
Received  liy every arrival from  Eu^Iamt
und .San FrauciatJO. jy'J
JUST RECEIVED
Xkntlcal 'loimies fur m««,
Mclrlcbteol U.mn)'i lto>a! do.,*}.,
la'    lilmlralU     ■ t-t < tarts,
Whatman'! Orauln-; Piper,
todies* .inJ TJoanled Ur m i.ij ■».,
Peaa.'i "letill- llefanraniUtai,
DUttai'stiitlcal LnstraaieBta,
Copying' Pf«t at
■rk
siietilnj Paper,
PrrfurVeil   Hoard
TUsnr and tfrappluf Papert,
Wrltlwr. Desks aud folio.,
•trust's nalcrlalt,
l'hiitnrr;i|i:.lr '.Ibuai,
Istaera) tstatloaery, staple aad Faaets
O «
MiRnn a citwi*.
' Tfcs -^ay*- V^ty •»-:
J7^
TilE LANCASHIRE "
Insurance    Company.
Capital,   Two  MUUuns Sterling.
Matiettcater KtMia-fre  Sir at.
lsasstH» io. camhtlt.
Liverpool r, Wetet >t.e»t.
Glasgow t. South Hnnnvtr Street.
Blrmt. gham _ ihe Emhattg*.
Bristol... 80, Uroad ftrott.
HAVISO HKEN APPOINTED AOeWTN
for tht above Company, we are now prepared la inke risks at ratea ai moderate aa
those ot "ut other responsible Ootn|ienv.
WM.SdKMsUliOBR 4 SCHLu'BSSBR,
Vaueouvtr Island Akeficv.
iv 1 -
Cheap and Easy Washing.
THE  rXVEDITION,   BASE,   ATOK06".
OMY   with    which the ft Family Wash '
may be accomplished, by nsinjc
H.VMl'KR    TWKl.VIOTRC«V
atTCBMBES   SOAP POWDBlt,
is truly surprising I    Scarcely aay rubbing ll
required,  und a little child may Hit it.
Sold by all Storekeeper, in Peo'ty Packets,
and wholesale bv Harper Twelvetreei1 Brou-
ley-hy.Row. london. Wholesale Agentt far
Vaniouver Island.
s nr\™ opfev •, mot*.. -«■ -g
325E
:
Ftr«T.
Mr. MtrMn't translation of Go»tbe'j ' Faust'
Is receiving romplim»ntiry criticism at the
hendt of the English Reviewt. Th* follnwiog
song of Margaret, as she sits di*cou«ohte rt
her spinning wheel, grieving over the absence
of Fault Is extremely well rendered I
My peace is gone,
My heart is sort;
'Tis gone lor ever
And evermore.
Where lie is not
Is the grave to me,
The whole world's changed,
Ah, bitterly 1
1 lit tnd 1 p6nd-r
One only thought;
My ttntes wander,
My brain's distraught.
My peace is gone,
My heart Is sore ;
_        'Tit'gone for ever
And tveiuiore.
From my window to greet him
I gtie all day,
I stir nut, if mtel liira
I only may.
Bit noble form,
His bearing high,     '
His mouth's sweet smilt,
Hit mastering eye;
And the magic flow
i. ' 01 his talk, the bliss
,r In tbe clasp of his hand,
And, oh, his kiss I
My peace Is gone,
My heart is sure ;
'Tis gone for t ver
And evermore.
For blm doth my bosom
Cry out and pine ;
Ob, if I iiii.:ln clasp him.
And keep him mine I
And k ss him, kiss him,
As fmn would I,
I'd faint on his kissel,
Yes, faint mid die I
Biti! tiir Hiteii- A gnod j-ilte w'ss
practiced in Toronto lately liy nn i'icor-
rigilile wng on some twenty to thirty
ra 'inh' rs of ilie legal profeeslon in this
c ty, inrltid ng tome of the leading gentlemen of tho lonu rolie. It nppi ur« tlntt
pnlite notes were Mint to them aiirni-il
' Slal Thompson,'' and dated from the j i.l,
by tome person who represented liimai-ll
to be a prisoner there, md its htivng
plenty of money, a large, portion of which
be would mo.ii *:lliiii>ly pay, if he couhl
be releated Irom dtrance vile, nt he wan
Billions to engage in sn unfinished heavy
speculation, liy which he Anticipate*] ihe
realization of connideruble profit, mid
which wouhl not admit of delay. CM>
nfier oil) continued to arrive ut Cesile
All it during the day, ami na S on an the
legal gentlemen ' put in appearance' before the oblig ng turnkey, he W'.s inforut
ed that there wa< no ' Silas Tliompsoii'
In the j nl, nor hud he nny knowledge tin,t
any of the prisoners sought tlie advice nl
the legal gentlemen, but that they nilgai
go through the corrid its mid utter pluces
accompanied by one of the guards and
ascertain lor luemjelrea. The rat wis
soon smelt nn I the'lawycrt took s nasty
departure, no doubt grninhlitig nt the
ho ix and nt hnvingto pay e.ch cub drver
$1 10 ( Deluding ioII) fir proceeding on
ti.OT ' fool's err iml.' The cah drivers s»y
thet have no reason to complain of the
boas.
FACTS vs- TH£UiUES-
"Glee me a place to rest my lerer on,"
says Archiruedei, "and I will move tbe
world." " Uive me pure and nnedulterated
drugs," says iledicrs, of tbe olden time,
"sod I vrili cure disease."
In .ne senne. both of these learned pnndits
were tbe veriest ebarlalant. Tbey knew there
vne no place to rest their lever on. either to
move tbe world or cure disease. Mechanism
was iu a bnckward state, and tbe medical profusion was but aootbei name for sorcery,
and all the adjuncts of mi.gic filters and
charms ot the '• i-vil eye," 4c.
Kut these latter dayt have borne nnto us
snmithlng more than even superstition and
lis criw ever dreamt of lo Ibelr maddest phi.
tosophy. In there dayt of practical tcirncr,
what was theory ol yetterday ir lact to-day,
and all the old time notions become as bubnles
la the sun. and bunt tod break with every
bresth we draw.
Let Archltaedet sbonMcr Ids lever tnd we
will find a resting place for it lo move Ihe
world. Let mine enclrnt Medlcut pant anil
toil no more lor the drugs he so sorely needs,
lor we hare them at our bsnd, ever rtaily to
sorvi' thetn nt hit he' k.
Ilifiiici! in the lalioatory of Dr. Viae, lei,
Ihe 6 esi mnleriill known Iu ihe n.ednnl pro
lessliin are obminalde by any one. Ill-
Hlliiiius, l)y peptti, and Diarrhosa Pills staid
nuilralleil.'and hit Halve operates with magi-
i al effect up in burnt, tctlds,and all sores tnd
ulcers of the skin
In lact, we think M<ooieL's Pillt and Sale
are the wo der of this century, and we are
nappy in the th ntwht that many nthert ol our
brethren of the cratt agree with us. We would
earnestly coin se1 tbat all fannlin provide
theintilves w'th l>r .Maggiel't Prepatationt a'
oi c», and keep them ready at hand, so as to
ute them at ihe mo.' opportune time and at
occasion serve .— Putin, Senltnil.
A Ntw a«d Gbakd EeocB in Mimcist I—
Dr. M'iggi'l is 'he founder of a new Medical
system. The qu»ntiiarlnnl, whose vast internal doset entreble the stomach and parali tithe bowels, must give precedence tt tbe man
«ho restores health and appetite, with from
one to two of his extraordinary Pills, and
cures Ihe most virolent sores whit a box or so
oi his wonderful and « 1 healing Salve Tiles-
two great spec tics of the Dietiir* are last eu
peraeiling all the st'Tt-O'vped nn.truin.nl il'e
day. Extraordinary cure, bv Mum-iel'- Pill-
anil Salve hnve opened tlie eyes nf the pithlir
In the inefflilency of the (jo called) remedi-e
of others, and upon wh eh people have so long
blindly riepen led. Maipiel's Pills are no oi
the c'li--' that are swallowed by the dozen, and
of which eicrv box lull taken creates an absolute neoe-eit fny annther One. or two 11
Mitirpiei 9 P.11* suffice, to place the howelt in
perfect opti r, tone the stomach, create an appetite, and render t1 e spirits I'ght and bnr.y
ant I There is nn griping, and no reaction in
the form of constipation. If tlie liver is af-
fectet. its functions are restored: nnd it tlie
nervous p»siemie feeble, it is invigorated.
Til's la.t quatliy makes the medicine* vert
ite irahle lor the wants nf delicate females.
Ulcerous and irepiive di'<nses are literally
i-X'ingni-iheii liy' tr.r. diiinfec-ant power Ol
Murgiel'ri Silve. In fact, it in bere unn nneed
unit Mil ;.-i<'.'< Itlllous. Dvi'eptli"
nnd II1 itr It H 1*1 li cure where ad
miters tail Wnile fir Darns, Scald', Chil
Mains, Cn's and all abrasions of the skin
.tl'.IKgicl'a *a V" is infall hie Suld by
J Maooiri, 11 P.ne tree . Ne-v York, nnd all
Diugiiisie, at 25 cts  per box.
New Adver.isements.
RETRENCHMENT!
Wharf Street Superceded.
Stores to let by Wholesale
or Betaill
^lPLrTtDID LAWJt. STORES MAT BR
O had in I'arsweli's Block, Corner ot Port
and Ungley streets at from $10 a month
upward. All the Sioret in the Block may be
It: except one, wbith it now Itt at $16 per
month.
Apply to
JAMES CAltSWEI.L.
April », 1S0«. jy 1
New Atlveitisi meiif.8.
BBMOVAL.
Rom t Interesting facts concerning edn
est ion •! nd literature in I'nly htir come
to light. I'll must intelligent uro tin-
quest ionub'r the northern provinces, of
toe kingdom ; and a< you go Fouthwiird
ignoriiHcii is more an I more prevuem. In
Turin the proporion ol thorn wliocitmoi
read am: write is 4*39 iu 1,01 0 ; in lower
Calabria, 927 in 1 t 0.): ill Sicily and
Birdina ( usu'til OH) in l.Oi'O ; and Iu
Florence "157 in 1,0(10. The popnrtion
in the latter plm e w I uudnuhteiily rapidly het'otr.e more lavornlil» now ilim
the capital of ih" kingdom is flxrl tlirre
The statistics regarding the lu'i.m
libraries are very encounging In the
whole kingitoin tlnre are KOI pbMie
ll'trarei; of thiRH K14 are open 10 He
public, .11111 th«y contain 110 leas than
4,149 28T Tnlim.iH The priioipul lie-
partioents of literature ure renreaeu'ed
mathematics snd science, h a ury, encjelo.
ptdiu, philosophy mid theology.
Gemmmi Oamino II"Dsss. Rr the
death of I'nnct) 1A rd'innd Henry Frederick, Landjrave of 11• see oinburg lor
the pus' eighteen yeiirs, tIt 11 little Herman
principality, (unions, lor its licensed gam or
hornet, lapses 10 the Grand Duke Lpnit
III., of Ilcste, in default of a mule heir.
The new ruler proclaim- Ium-elf from
D-irmstadi. under .|,i e if March 24. Tile
addition to Ida r venue li. Ihii ncccSSlon is
about $4 io.iOO a vi a", pMvidwi ',e con
firms the licenses of the gaming houses,
which have jet iwnty five ye-ira 'o rnu.
The respectable part ol the irtlinijlnni-
aregiving expression to a ope that these
dent of rice will he broken up, hat it is
doubtful whether Dike Long will throw
»wuy so large 11 shere ol ihe profits en-
Joyed by his predecessor.
EX   FlaOEisITJaa
A Choice lot of Bacon
Jutit   Arrived.
For Sale by
j/a
P.  Gilligau,
STORE STREET.
The wi II knowe
J WILEY BSTAlLlSfilEKT
— or—
J. L. JUNGERMAN,
Has been removed to his NEW STORE
IN   THE
Masonic   Buildings,
GOT   EVUIE   T   >TftEt.T,
VICTORIA, vi. Jy 2
fAS FRAKH C XIGiR STJRF.
kW If you Wsnt Ihe Finest "9t
HAVAN\  CIGAR
ON   THE   PACIFIC COAST,
CAM.   OS
Augu-tu)  F.   Keysir,
Government   street,  adjoining   the   San
Fra Cisco Baiht.
A  tilt  REV  STOCK JUST KEOXIVZD.
JUST RECEIVED
Hsntleal   Imnnars f r 1806,
'Jlt'Tltlinen Jt n inn j i» Royal do., do.,
Late \ mrallv Const limits,
Uha'ro in'n    rawing Paper,
In'lliHand Honnted hr.ivrlngdo.,
Penn 's Jlet  11- II marnndurm,
Hath matltal instrnmt nt«,
fepylm Fret et
Brh
Blotting- Paper,
Perl'ora ed Board
Tiimf and Wrapping Pnpen,
Hritln; Desks and Folios,
Art is'. >n natcrlalt,
Pbotograp'tle tlbtna'.
Central tatlonery, Staple and Fnney.
jy t         MBBr-i mnyiit.',
ISrC'TIOB-
Big  Bend,   British   Columbia
DOTU-G THE MINING SBVSOK, THE
undersigned will he preparpd to execute
sorveys, and transact a general agency busi.
n'.Ms at Big Bend.
JOHN MORRIS,
h ' Civil Engineer.
Cheap and Easy Washing.
TUB  RXPF.DITION,   BAPS,   AND RCOS-
ilMV   with   which ibe • Faoiilv WasB '
ma/ be accomplished, bv using
IIAItl'KIl    TWKLVBTRCstB*
aisTCBSUX   SOAP FOWDWt,
it truly surprising I    Scarcely an/ rubbing is
rtqulrrd, und a little child mar use It.
Sold by all Storekeepers In Pea' 7 Packets,
snd wholesale bv Harper Twtlvttreet' Bro«.
ler-by-Bow. london. vTholestlt Agents for
Vancouver Island,
M. JANKW.GRKK.V, A KHODB8.
Ir «
Mi8ce]laneou?>.
Miscfllaiiecus.
Miccellaneons.
n
A   Triumph    of    Science
—AMD—
THE  LIGHT   OP   THE   WORLD
DR. MAGGrlEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE.
Thf»#> L'f« tflTiup; ftntiiif* ar* nnw, for tb*> flr t
1    i,|T'    pu I) 1 Ciy t« th    w   r '\     for over a.(uai tfi
f it   t-nt-irj n, j,rl at   piacticetbelnf redUnti in th< ic
Life. Giving Pills
H v   h« ■ lints-,  with the |rn?it«rtt   (•ti-ceni,     Th ir
in<ll.  11   ia   11   t "li y     o      r   VfQ'      il   <m   . Iiut   to   Mire
Thev >e rch «'j th »»rom m»l 4! . by h eh (hv
n-Htent- In auff'Ting aiid »** m« ig.-ift >-h t e n'lln
'vil-m. T th<> ite* and inlirtu a .ew doeea ofllm
val-.ai.le I'll,,.;j will   rove to be
A VfcRY FODNTAW OF YOUTH,
F* r In tverv ca-e f*e/arlfl ne* lift an<1 Tila'lty, an-l
e-torf tint w n   git j ./n'e- 'o 'h«it*   riiiiiie $t ir. T
<he ;. (u.nif ;in     mi dj      k«*<1   tic v   (till  pr w ir.oit in
v-ilii VI*.1, a -  a   rsi  », f-p'icilic  hh'I iter iru  incrlnmi'
ffCllI   ilri'am   r.iallZfd   lllil  i' uit;«.di'-I.i-"n   lounh
ftirUirta htiodn-d year* ago. and u>«r fninl.    Me
ook d for n  i ii tain  thai would r«iU>re tbe o.d t"
\ igor and make; puth ever
An Eternal Spring:!
It «rai left 'or 'hli d-^r and Titiar t* rr»al(»^ this drenni.
and tb"»w m ouaglononi f..ct tbe im,ic that n adc
i' fair.
THESE  FAMOUS   REMEDIES
Ginned at T th   fli.-bt *fytv*. hut thejr can foroe btek.
an   » old    1 ■"■, .iisriM i  hat mi 11 Iri inpli ore.  tne
n([-'l and tha   vnuii<      I.n   n"fir   neOtate   tiirn.  bu
■ ii.- th* -nvc able oiipottuoitj' ihat offer-. When Ml
m pre«e ibt-d—
Tcr Bullous Disorders
vo'M«" can 'a more p-ndaf-H-a of cor* than there
PUN —sTh*»T nlinoit m ft» toll euro \* f»lt at o ;
•n*1 i h • "mil r no >mltent* • f i hit mil dUtr> eiintr
Jii-«»i ar>« irmovad. There rtunditi are mad* Irom
tha |" reii
VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS.
Th rw'lt - ot harm the most dslieste f-msle, sort
ra M .1 a with laid iffsot in prtscrlboS dttss to
lb,- >oiiD|s.t bam.
For Cutaneous Disorders
Sotsllsru Unas or 'he .kin,'he SALV| Is mo»t la
valiuttle. Ii rloos Q t li- »l xtsrnsllr Mie, bul p< Bs-
tr tes with His mo,i. srotilof effsou to ia« vor> tool
ofihesvtl.
DR. MiGGIEL'S PUS
Invariably care the following Diseates :
Aathrn^,
B"W'l Comji nint.,
Conths,
f.ilrl-i, .
Client Pt ftsss,
i-Oi'ivene«j,
D  -ptpsia.
INanh a,
Oro.sy.
D.^llItT,
revsrsnr)   fue.
Petnste romplsiat^,
IssstHht,
InJi- stlon,
li'S -e ji,
Inflarara t'on,
In-inrd Wisknoss,
Llrw Oastiilalni,
Luwi.s-. rt Spirits,
Blngwnroj.    .
Khsumatsra,
.   bt)>    l sum,
Scalds,
tkin Disease.
Sav* vnTICR—Vononnvlao wIDinut the •htrmreM
trade mark   r-.-md e*i:b pot or. bos, siene-' by DR. p.
At GI:■'.I., <3 Fullos street) N»» l ork, lo. cm u|ir/o I
whi.h Is lelnny!
S3* ?old oj all re.peetnhle Dealers la Vedirlai.
throu b ut the \7nlttd SaHessnacta.is—at >6 rem,
per bos or yol >y' ty
ROYAL
INSUKANCE
FIRE   SZ LIJFE.
Capital, • - Ten Million Dollar*
BSinvx to   meit  i-oessa
FiveMUlion DoUars!
aAaLESTussrs, rv.. wriiMtisisN, riser y
UuTI, MA.NAUtR.
thl. Coinnanv has now Ihe Isntest Ineame for fire
and Life Premiums nf a-.y Ojmpsi.) in the world.
Tlie under.If ord. Af-utsSir TsneouVar l.land sno
Brill.ti Colnral'in. returo Ik.jr rei-tlvular tl-ank. to Ibe
public tor their pstrnnas;-of the Roval aim:* the open
inf ef Ilia azency, aii'l alrt le "lis Visto'la tit* Uiui
paaia. (or their T.luaule services.
The Fire Branch.
Of this Sfoncjr lo 1MI was nearly <r^b|e that nMloS—
tha risk In Victoria aluus.mounted U,  |110j,0O0.
The bnsinassof tbs
Lite Branch.
Rss also larrety Inr.rra-.d   sines ths   llliecti.rs reduced
lliois'aslw the Kugllsb .lauiUrd.
Anderson tOo
Store Street.
Asantsfor Tanouear Island and British   Columbia
feat
I HE GREAT   HEMEDY   Of   TUE
>GE.
IIOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT.
The   ofTerl    ol   the    ointment   on    the
aystem.
Tothev-ryco e nndt'enire of all rlls-nsrs
which nlTi-ct ths tinman litirly, this reinerlinhli-
prepnra Ion penetreies. It disapprurs utiilrr
tin- thctinn ut the Ininds, nt salt disscpears
when ruhlte-t u(ion ttiest. The unj;Mi-i,t per-
fnr.ns its healing ci-nind rapidlv, safer/, nnd
trithiint pait.. Minple eruu'inns ripen sores
hard tumors, -i-rutit.otn revelopmenis of all
kinds, altcepies, canters, old wtinnes. mid, in
lact. every speet s nf mfl imntation and slip-
purRiioe, wheilier in il*e skin, the flesh the
glands, or iitnoiijr the ttitisilt'S,esil lie .-.rristeb
in ill ilestrjuMive course, and p-rmitnentlt
rnre I without danger by rubbing in Hits inestimable Ointment,
Bait    Iscp;.,   Bad   Rreaate,'   Sores,   and
Uttteits
In ninny Hnspitals in Krjropo this celphrMeil
remedy ia now used for the cure of old vrounds
tores, and ulct-rs ; in Spain and Portugal, nnd
in ninny parts of Itnly, the first Physicians re-
regnlarly prescribe its use. It is a sovereitrr
remedy for bud brea3ts snd l)Hd legs; and 'ike
wise -or all skin diseases. It is to be found in
tbe chest of nearly every tailor, soldier, aur
emigrant.
Iinnriuleni-lei or Youth; —Sore* and
Ulcers.
The thrive class of complninl". It lardy re
nnved   by   nightly fomenting the   parts will
.-■rm water, and then by most effectually rub
■ling in this Ointment.    Persons sufTeting fion
these direful complaints should lose not a mo
menl in arresting their progress.    It should hi
arderstood that it it not sufficient merely to
smear the (liniment on the affected parte, bin
it must be well rubbed in for some considerabli
time tw   or three times a day, tbat  it may be
taken into the system, whence it will renior
only hidden toreorwoUid   at  sffectnallv   a,
though it >»ere palpable In the eye.    Bread and
water pou'tioet, alter tht   rubbing   in o' tt
Ointment, wi 1 do great service,   Thtt is  tb
only proper treatment for females in cases c
cancer in the stomach, or fur tbote who tufli
irom a general bearing dot, a.
Plies, Fistulas, htrlrtnres.
Rlotcbei, asnlso swellings, can with certain)}
he radically cured If tbe Ointment be usei'
freely, and tbe Pills be taken night and morn,
ing as recommended in th* printed in tirui'tiitint
When treated in auyotherway these complaint.
Duly dry up In one place to break out in an-
itber; whereat this Ointment will remove tb'
humor from the system, and leave tbe patitu
i vigorous and btatihy being. It will requir
.Ime, aided by the uta of tbt Pillt, to ensure
attlng curt,
Dlpthorla,   Brorehltls,   lost   Throats,
Any nf tbs above class of diseases may be
•nrtd by well rubbing the Ointment three
.iniet a day upon tbt ekin covering the throat,
cbett, and neck of the patient. The unguent
will soon penetrate the pores and give immed.
mte relit'. To allay tbe lever and lessen tt e
infiumaiion. eght or ten Pillt should bt taken
nigttl and marnmg. Tht Ointment will p 6.
tluce peispratiun, which it so esientie.1 for
remn-ing fevers, tore throats, and thott oppression! of the chest which arise Irom
At>tb i a, llronchitis, and otbet causes.
Both Ihe Ointment and PUIs  should
be used  In the following Cases i
EX-RESS LINE STAGES.
M'HR COACHES OR TniS..LW« Witt
JL   now run  regularly, leavih'g   Tale, it. 0.
OB I
Honda) n.
It e-dneadays.
And rrldaja,
AT 7. A. 11.,
for  ea t a m a'e   fk k r v.
(Big Bend Ronte), until the completion ol tbt
raid, wben they will go lo savaua's terry.
Tbt Coach for Car.boo will Uave Vait OS
Monday.
Jyl F. J. PAilNARD.
ALWAY & BAYLEY
Licensed Auctioneers
—AND—
COMMISSION   MERCHANTS
Storage eV Forwarding
YALE, O. C
THlt CNDBRSIGNED HAVING THE ONLT
Fire Proof Warehouse at Yale, parties
hipping by the Yale, Lrtton Ronte, may
rely upon all goods marked to our care, being
promptly dispatched to their destination at
moderate rates.
ALWAY* BAYLKY
J7»	
TUE  ONE  1IIING   WANTED.
IIOLLOWAY'S TILLS.
'U.1 1>vT*
'•ontri (Cant)
Bh»timatl»m
Kit) Hi-ea-te.
Caiweri
; raid*
Hi'nri
\J ritractefl       anrJ
8" rt. NlriBl*1!
Bnnionn
Sti i Joint"
s r« Throat
Pita itl Morch. tof?
ttiii Htiiil-Kliei
■'l-l.Santi-.it-'
Skin rlinOfti
(■'i-tHlai -
Heurry
OC'i- hgy
f;-iut
"Virn headl
'h?t>Kf>-fo»:it
hafcaalu    gweli
nimrl
lllgB
LTlcete
.'hllMaln-
mlj.-i.rvi.
Wotindi
bi*it.>ed Uaadj
iMln
Yavr,
Snlrl st t e Establishment ol   faorKssna Hnt.towa
iH, MrruH,   eral Tcmnli- Bsi),'Lor,rl..ri ;  also b» a
res|M-etnl,le Droi-ctsts (.Da fesler. InMnrHrt-res ibroosli
jut ti e civiliwd world, st the following-pitce.   ls.llan
i. ed. '4.1 itrl.. lis., ill., inn Xia., each Pnt.
V  tusrs s icod»iili.'r.blesivhigby.»kKigihelar8»
btjav J y;.... -        , : .
Nr.-1'irertlrTisf rO-er»Msncr rf p»:!.,,i.  'n  even
The Blood.
These fnmons pills lire sn comnoserl tha
they opemle wholesomely on the stomach, tbe
liver, ihe bowels, and oiher organs; by correet-
ing any derangements In tln-ir functions,
whereby a steady nupply of purr mnlerlalt lor
the renewal ol Ihe Blood is lurnieh.-d, and a
cnnstttiit ebsirni'iinii ol effete products is ef*
fecled. Tins perfect t-irciuntion tlius hecomet
the very fo tvinin ot health end lile, and over-
COtbtl "Il form ol disease wherever its situation.
Genera Dlsurdnrs of (lie Lire).'
and  MomacU.
All who ever indnlcen* 'able either ia eat-
nc or drinking, shotild take shout leu of l^et-
tnmous pilln at bed time, Irom whiib will ree
suit a clear bead and good etonuich the Ml w-
init morning. Tlioiism.ds ol Lndies are al*
wnys coiiipliiining of sick heiidnches, w-ni al
nppetito, wmit uf eil' rgt, and wnnt ot eirer.gth,
to coirect all these evils, three or tVni oi dies*
l'ill.< should be taken twice a «*e'-k. when ihey
iv-.ul'l give Ihe invalid .ttt health sml appetite
ol a p^iiuhman.
Females or nil Anrea and tlasset
Obstructions ol any kind either in young
or those hettvt'sn forty snd fifty—-th ninst srit-
icsl pe.llod of lifB—inay be radically retno 'd
by using these Pills according to the prinlea
directions which accompany each box. Young
personB wiilt sickly and sallow completions
may hnve Ihe bloom ol health restored bv Hit."
corrective, wl ioh purifies the tlood tnd expels all gross nnd impure humors from the system. Beware then of the critical age troa
forty to filly, as it sends many thoti-anili te
premature grave,—these Pills should be takti
it ili-n period of lile two or three  iin.es   »
i sec
Haul   of Strength and .Energy.
Persons of tedontary habits, or those tran-
bled in mind, working in Factories or Casl
Pits, who qannot obtain tbat amount ol frsst.
air and ejrercise which nainre requires, stffer
from weakness and delility, Inwtress of sprr'.'aj
and want of appeiite. All sttcb tho tld take ■
lose or two ol these Pills every three or fou.
days, as they act gently tnd effectually na tbe
system snd impart vigor and energy to tha
liody, which it always followed by a ge.n!
appetite, sound and refreshing sleep, sad a
high flow of tpiritt.
For tbe Cure or Proper.
The effio cy of Hnllnwsy't Pills In Dropsy
is extraordinary, Tb'y art with sucb a peculiar effect upn-t the iyttem, that the fluids
causing thi.i ilirelul complaint, are peinepitM
-•a rled oft* and prsvenlvd from any lumbal
accumulation'. The s'ifloier r gains a huoy-
tncy of spitltt and rejoices In a tompletelr
renoviiied constitution It It indispensably
necessary that tbe (linttnent should he mutt
i-ffi'i-tu.illy ruhhed into the complainlne; partn
daring the whole course of trentment.
Children and the;.   Allmentr.
In no country in the worln are more children
carried to an early grave than in Great Britain.
Oougbl, Mttslrt. Scsrlatinn, Ke\er», and oihsr
iitenses attack the Utile sufferers, and deslh,
but too often, followt at a rapid pact; -at if,
at tht Ant ttage of these complaints, parents
were to hare recourse to Hollownys Pills, all
danger would be avoided • for tht etomsch
and bowelt wonld be gently bat effectutlly
.licensed by this mild aperient; the dipraved
humort corrected and the secretions duly rtgn-
Itted. A perfect rare wonld -oon be effected, and it i- rule patient restored,to tosn-1
' Sell  si t
Hollowty' Pills are tbt best known rsaedy li tk
world for ihkft.llat'.af dis tftiC. ' T
Fold at tbe I sf.bllsliment of Prn.ts.or Hulloway, til
strand, (nt.r Temi'le par.) 1. nlon : sl»- by all fttpest'
aMe nrogrei, and nealera in lie feiSet'iSrrosrbeMvat
etilliteil world, at the   lollowlge  plots—Js. ]W.. Jv ti.
I". 6d.,Hi., Ms, andSli.each boa.
*«ua
asthma
UiUlimaOocpJalnt- faver of til kind
fits
BlMehes   en   th
i-tin
-oat
H"»d A.tie
lmHgs»tio«
Intlsinmati™
Constipation of the Jaundice
Bow-Is
Fi-ma'e  Irregular- «crofii'aorgiar s
I'it. tvn :#J7r
■fife Jlireats
•tone and (.ravel
♦oonaarjr tjoip.
Bowal ooaipialnu
Colics
U"il«vo,
1'ilar
Uver Comnlaintt
Coni'imitlon
Dew Hi,
Orohsy
Dysentrv
Srysipsise
^.gZl °"'v>™tti's^I:*,ie»rM,,ae
lilreeti"D«fortberuia,noe eTpstleatsia even *j«r
der are afflser) ts taoh boj.
l,'5,,r
ra„.6rt' ■ "
Uletra m •
t'niieri-el     al
..tHiBS       „
iVonne   'it
KheqmatlBSS , klmts
Ke.enljon .1 Criw Weakness     fr.es
wbaurvercnoe
.' — i.nmli
Psi»t«id awd,*^l,sbetfcbrK<jCjt.nsavA^,»Hat
tho oateiisjpiflsjkSi/tM.
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