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VOL. I.
VICTORIA,   VANCOUVER   ISLAND,   TUESDAY  EVENING,  JULY   17,   1866.
NO. 13.
<<
THE
EVENING TELEGRAPH,"
nmrnn
Everv   Eveniag at  4   O'clock,
(Saturday aod Sunday evenings excepted.)
ALSO CV1UY
SUNDAY    MORNING!
TKIDIS OF  M IIS< BII'TION I
I'er Annum, In advance, by mail $10 00
For six months,  , .,    fl 00
I'er W rk, [isyable lo UanW        M
eTHflt-Culiles ,        10
For terms of Advertisement apply at the
Office. Langley Street
Tlie Capitalists and  the Crisis.
The great money-lending houses, Buoh
as Rothschild aod Baring, prolit by the
ruin of companies like Overend's. It is
the immense profits of those capitalists
which have made the excuse for the
establishment of tho finance companies,
and if ail tbo latter arc broken, the better
for Rothschilds and Barings. While manufacturer'', and farmers and tradesmen aro
paralyzed, tbe men whose dominion is supreme arc men like those I have mimed,
who own neither plantations, nor factories, nor farms, nor ships, nor merchandise,
but who, in their dingy counting bouses,
have ft strong box full of short dated
bills of exchange, whose names arc familiar words in the transfer office, and
who can deliver tbe proudest from ruin
by a leaf from their check book. Tbeso
are the men who, according to the great
thought of De Quiney, have but to touch
a spring in London to produce a vibration
throughout tbe world, to quicken or
arrest the march of armies, to frustrate
tbe ambition of kings and statesmen, or to
perform lbe nobler exploits of moderu
civilization—those great ocean canals and
railways which bind together the fumilits
of men. The calm nnd easy mind of
these great potentates is alike the subject
of comment and tbe object of envy. Barou
Rothschild, however, joined the joint stock
interest in asking for (Jovernmeut interference, doing it as a generous act. The
chairman of the London and Westminster
Bank is also a Jew, and one of the deputations to the Chancellor of the Exchequer
consisted of this gentleman and the Is-
raelitisb noble.—London Correspondence.
Pluralities in the Church of England—The diocese of Lincoln Beetns
favorable to tho growth of pluralities,
Some days ago the son of a late bishop
was called upon by death to resign a
yearly income of £4000 from several
benefices ; and there nro at least five remaining dignitaries whose nests have been
comfortably featheicd. The Dean of
Lincoln holds a living of JU1700 u year in
addition to his decanal revenue of £1200
to JE1500. Tbo Archdeacon of Liucoln is
content with three small pickings to the
tune of £500 in addition to his canonry of
£1000 ; but the Chancellor of Lincoln
Caihedral has not only his £1000, but a
living of £800. The Sub-Dean of Lincoln has also his £1000, and Ml 18 into
the bargain as rector and archdeacon
But the best instance of all is that of
another archdeacon holding a living of
£1200 a year, and paid at tho rate of
£200 for his performance of the celebrated
arcliidiiicoinil functions. As he happjned
to be in possession of such good things
already, and as he further il> 1 not know a
note of music, he was made i'lccentoi- of
Lincoln, with a salary of £1000, and the
duty of regulating all the music of the
Cathedral, besides chanting morning and
evening service, and singing the Litany
tbree days in the week. Meanwhile tbe
minor canons have, stipends of A'loO a
year, which shows at least that Lincoln
has profoundly studied the parable of the
ten talents.—Pall Mall Gazette.
The Young Kngland, from Sydney, has
brought to Plymouth a tremendous specimen of the saurian tribe, which, iu the
opinion of Australian suvntis, is more
closely allied to tho extinct reptilla of tbo
pre-Adamite era than any living animal
yet discovered. It inhabited the unexplored interior of Queensland, near the
source of the Fitzroy River. The accounts related of the destruction caused
by the monster upon the native population seemed perfectly incredible until the
formidable jaws, armed with fangs of astonishing size, were beheld. Added to
this, its claws, of prodigious power, and
its invulnerable skin, rendered it most
formidable. In the contest which ended
in iti destruction oue claw was torn off,
but, with this exception, the body is in
perfect preservation.
A Nice Idea—A London lady, corresponding with her friends, through tbe
medium of tbe press, mentions a beautiful, novel and withal1 inexpensive ornament for tbe dinoer table. 6he says :
' Talking of dinners, let me tell you of a
new idea. I was presout at a very
reclierche entertainment the other day,
where 1 saw the following arrangement
for the centre table : There was a large
square block of Wenham Luke ice,
weighing, I should say, at least twenty-
five pounds, which was placed on glass
castors, in a dish or trough of some kind;
the dish was rendered quite invisible by
being filled with moss, into which soaked
the water that melted from' tho ice.
'Delicate ferns fringed from the edge, nnd
bright colored flowers were embedded in
the moss, tbe foliage reaching above the
lower edge of the ice. Tbe object of
raining the block on castors is to prevent
the water from accelerating tbe melting
of the mass. Over the iceberg there
were two arches, prettily arranged, cros-.
sing each other ; they were apparently of
cane, and wore bound together by garlands of flowers. The effect was enchanting. The atmosphere was delightfully
cooled, the flowers were kept fresh, and
the sight of the translucent mass was far
prettier than the most costly centre-pieces
of gold and silver plate. I believe I am
right in stating that this novel idea first
made its appearance at the Orleans
House," Twickenham.'
Capt. Hudson and his Cockleshell.—
As already announced Captain Hudson,
a sailor of considerable cxpericuce, bas
decided to attempt tbe voyage to Europe
in a little fulLrigged vessel, 26 feet in
length, 6 feet brood, and 3 feet from deck
to keel. Tbe boat is now ou exhibition in
New York city, and the captain proposes
to have ber completed and ready to sail
about tbe end of June.
A New and Grand Epoch in Medicine I—
Dr. Maggiel is ibe founder of a new Medical
system. The qaantitariana, whose vest internal doses enfeeble the stomach and paralyze
the bowels, must give precedence to the man
who restores health and appetite, with from
one to two of his extraordinary Pills, and
cures the most virulent sores with a box or so
ol his wonderful and all healing Salve. These
two great specifics of the Doctors are fast superseding all the stereotyped nostrums of tbe
day. Extraordinary cures by Maggiel's Pills
and Snlvb bnve opener) the oyes of the public
tu the inefficiency of tho (so called) remedies
of others, and upon which people have so long
blindly depended. Mapgiel's Pills are no of
the cIofs that are swallowed by the dozen, and
of which every box full taken creates an absolute necessity for another. One or two of
Maggiel s Pills suffices to place the bowels in
perfect order, tone the stomach, create an appetite, and render the spirits light and buoyant I There is no griping, and no reaction in
the form of constipation. If tbe liver is affected, its functions nre restored; and if tbe
nervous system is feeble, il is invigorated.
This last quality makes the medicines very
desirable for the wants of delicate females.
Ulcerous and ernpiive diseases are literally
extinguished by tr.e disinfectant power of
Maggiel's Salve. In fact, it is here announced
that ivlngfflePN HlliouM, Dyspeptic
and Ulan hen Pills cure where all
others fail. While for Burns, Scalds, Chil
Mains, Cuts and all abrasions of Ihe skin
JvlnffglcI'M Salve is Infallible,   Sold by
J. JIj ii.. 11 Pine stree', New York, and all
Druggists, at 25 em. per box.
New Advertisements.
HAVANACIGARS.
LEWIN &   ANTHONY,
TOBACOOKriSTS.
47 Yates St., Brick Store
Next to Corner of Government St.,
BEG TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND
tne pnblic in general that ihey  will con
stantly receive by every steamer a good  as-
sortmentot Genuine Parana « litis is
and the Host Brands of Tobacco,
imported direct for this market, so tbat ihey
nre able to compete with any hruso on this
Island, either Wholesale or Retail.
N. B—Special attention will be paid to
Countrv orders.
HE1MAN LEWIN.     |    LOUIS ANTHONY.
hi
EXPRESS LINE STAGES.
THE COACHES  OF THIS  LINE  W*, L.
now run regularly, leaving   Tale,  ti, C
on
Mondays,
Wednesdays,
And Frlday-a,
AT 7, A. M.,
FOR    SAVAIVA'S    FERBV
(Big Bend Route), until tbe completion of the
road, when they will go to Savana'i Kerry,
The Coach for Cariboo will leave Yale on
Monday,
jy 8 F.J.BARNARD.
New Advertisements.
EX   FIDELITER
A Choice Lot of Bacon
•Juttt   Arrived.
For S»le by
P.   Gilligan,
'*,* .... ,#TQK.E 8T#EET.
RETRENCHMENT!
Wharf Street Superseded,
Stores to let by Wholesale
or Retail!
QPLENDID LARGE STORES MAY BE
C5 had in Carswell's Block, Corner of Fort
and Langley streets, at from $10 a month
upward. All the 8tores in the Block may be
let except one, whieh is now let at $45 per
month.
Apply to
JAMES CARSWELL.
April 9, 1866. jy 3
■TXTOTiaE-
Big  Bend,  British   Columbia.
DURING THE MINING SEASON, THE
undersigned will bo prepared to execute
surveys, and transact a general agency business at Big Bend.
JOHN   MORRIS,
jy 2 Civil Engineer,
rP.lAVIES"&CO.,
AUCTIONEICHS Si   COMMISSION   MKH
(■HANTS,     bulcaroom,    Fireproof   Stone
Bnfldlng, Wharf street, stir Yates.
Cash    Advances    on   Merchandise   for
Sale, -tat
hi
JUST  EECEIVED
Nautical Almanacs for 1866,
Wetrlcbseo Jt Hanny's Royal do., do,,
Late Admiralty toast Chartit,'
Whatman's "rawing Paper,
Endless and flonnted Drawing do.,
Penn)'s iTletalllc HiiiiraiiiluiiH,
ldathrmatlcal Instruments,
Copying Presses
Brfa
Blotting Paper,
Perforated Hoard
Tissue and Wrapping Papers,
Writing Desks and Folios,
lrtlsi's Materials,
Photographic Albums,
General stationery, staple and Fancy.
hi
l!IIII!l-.\ \ CARSW"'.'.
M-EsRCH AIV TtS'
Mutual Marine
INSURANCE COMPANY
OF SAN FRANCISCO.
OFr'ICE.—N. E: Cor. Front * California Sts
Capital, $300,000.
AMEBATE FROM RATES OF PREMIUM
charged, will hereafter be made by tbis
company, as large as allowed by any responsible Company or Agency doing business iu
this City.
This Companr il engaged ExcluilvelT n
Marine Insurance.
WAR RISKS TAKEN.
A! losses paid promptly in United States
Gold Coin.
JAMES P.FLINT,
j/ i President.
THE LANCASHIRE
Insurance    Company.
Capital,  Two Millions Sterling.
Manchester Excha *-,*•* Street.
London „ 10, lorn 111 11.
Liverpool r, Water Street.
GLagovr t. South Hanover Street.
Hlriul   ghmn The Exchange.
Bristol 50, Broad Street.
HAVING BEEN APPOINTED AGENTS
for the above Company, we are now prepared te take rilks at rates as moderate as
those of any other responsible Company.
WKISSBNBURGER k SCHLOES8ER,
Vancouver Island Agency.
ht
TliE
EVENING TELEGRAPH
r
GENERAL
Job  Printing
ESTABLISHMENT
Langley Street, Victoria,
Tbe Printing   Office
or THE
EVENING
TELEGRAPH
Office ia replete with every appliance
and variety of Material for tne
Execution of
LETTER FSE88   PRINTING!
In all its branches, whether
Plain or Ornamental
Miscellaneous.
CHARLES    BERNARD,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
FAMILY CHARTRES COFFEE.
And Spices or all kinds,
No. 707, Sansome street, corner Gold,
Between Jackson and Pacific.
Firtt Premium awarded by the Mechanics' Institute, for the best Coffee and Spices.
The proprietor bavin? introduced Steam
Power in his Manufactory, ha now increased
facilities to supply the trade and the public in
general. All articles from bis Establishment
are guaranteed lo be puieand unadulterated.
The public are respectlully invited to call and
convince themselves Couniry orders promptly
attended to. jy i
#- -—\ -K
(sewing machines,^
j
**»•» Street, if**
Mom.. ~Tti. si.ts-,- M.hiu. i. lbs nnlr aUrai**** tbsa
will «-* all kind. irfd.-D   with .11 L.ud* ..flhr-.d.
THE OFFICE AMIS at securing
suet speedy Execution of orders as is
consistent with correct and elegant Workmanship.
Orders received for Printing
Books,
Business Cards,
Pamphlets
Invoices,
Catalogues
Bill Heads,
Sermons,
Trade Forms,
Reports
Circulars, (Plain   or
Rentals,
Coloured,)
Leases,
Hand   Bills. (Plain or
Law Forms ef
svery
Coloured,)
description,
For Prices,  apply   at the  Office
Langley street,
HEIktlO'VA.L.
TF. SWANWICK k CO. HATE RE-
• moved to Wharf street, opposite th*
Auction Rooms of J. P. Davie j k Co., where
tbey will conduct a General Commission
business, in connection with the
Shipping: Oflce, as   heretofore.
ISLAND AND OTHER PRODDCb
Will be regularly received, snd
ON      SALB1
At their store. jy a
■J.-.,.,,, :.~$t*\
MACHINES SOLD  fit TWO YEARS
The almost incredible increase in the s al
the Singer Machine during the past two years
is owing to the populantv of the LETTER A
TRA.VSVEH.SE SHUTTLE Family Machine,
wb.cli was introduced in 1860, since which
time it has earned and established a reputation for family uses equal to the celebrated
manufacturing machines ol this Firm, which
are genernlly acknowledged, even by dealers
in otuer Sewing Machines, to be unequalled
for such purposes.
JoT NO OTHER Family Sewing Machine
hat such perfect ami improved appliances for
Ruffling, Hemming, Binding, Felling, Tucking,
Gathering, Guaging, Braidia., i or ng, Q lt-
ing, ele,
ttery* All persons requiring nf.intuition
about our Sewing Machines, their i izes, Prices,
Working Capacities, and the best method of
purchasing, can obtain it by sending for a copy
of the
SLN'GER   MANUFACTURING   COMPANY S
ILLUSTRATSD  PAJIPHLST,
Which is entirely devoted  to the subject.   It
will be sent gratia, with specimens of work.
Local Agents warJcd in every Town.
WILLIAM BROPRICK
General Agent for the Singer ManPg Co.
 hi_
General News Agent
J. Stratman.
EMPIRE NEWS DEPOT
Cor. Washington & Sansome sw>
Han Francisco.
THE ADV; UTlsEK \s prepared to supply
with punctuality and celerity the anncxt-d
newspaper* and periodicals upon tbe following
terms All orders, to receive immediate attention, must be accompanied by cash remittance.
and banded in previous to tbe 4th, 14th, and
24th ot each month.
London Daily Timet. $14 im
Th*  Fiflti  nun
"       lllu«.nii>d Time* „  TOO
"       Wrckly TtmM        " 00
M      Bv.'11'n Life in Iiondon 14 oo
*      Werkli Di'patc*. 14 00
11       III. HfflTtOftlit World 140O
"       Public Oj'in'fin   7 By
'      Iud*x | Free Trade) a oo
"       111.   Spitrtfiif News,  8 00
"        SjMCMtnr    14 oo
"        Re-lew    nOO
"       Saturday HeTiew* 14 00
PubM-i K«l."ii  . 12 00
Iionilo.i llloRtrait'd News u 00
Atlacf'-J  Monthl- ,,8 00
Blackwood'« Majraxine 3 00
H>arpr'« Mag-i-Uine » .. - 3 00
Sixpenny Magazine „, 3 on
Knickerbockrr „ 31/"
Pacific V »niMy , ,."*•..., 30o
GodeyVLadie.* Book...,    3 00
Muiical Host 3 00
CotitineiiUl Magazine , 3 00
Madam l>morH.*t's j onthly ;, (to
F. Leilie'^ new Family Magazine,, .3 00
ChamVri' Kdiobnrgh   oornal 4 00
Montlily   papera, Onoe »  Week 6 00
•« *       AH tlit Year Bound 6 00
Thtckcray'i Cornhill Magazine 6 0C
London Lancet 6 no
ff. A. Sala'a Temple Btr 6 00
Lotifl^n Society Magazine 6 t*t
St. Jamei Magazine , 6 00
Edinburgh Review jo 00
London   Review ..,,...., 10 00
NoithBrltifihKeview jo 00
#«atmi o^ter Re« iew 10 00
I nndon Art Journal 120O
Miniiik &   Smelting' Mag 10 Of
Cheap and Easy Washing.
THE  KXPEDITION,   BASE,   AND ECONOMY   with   which the '• Family Wash
mpy be accon^-'igUed, by using
U.MIPKU    THKLVBTREKS'
is truly surprising I   Scarcely any rubbing'
required, and a little c...]d may use it.
Sold by alt Storekeepers in Penny Packed,
and wholesale bv Harper Twelvetrees' Br9.1i-
ley-by-Bow, London. Wholesale Agents tin
Vancouver Island,
S. JA.VION,GREEN, & RHODES. d£hntiit0   %i\t%xKy\.
TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 17, 1866.
AN OITKIir, APOLOGIST,
Oar tnorDiog contemporary, the Chronicle, is, in American phraseology, "greatly
exercised" over the reply of the Assembly
to tbe Governor's Message, and over what
it is pleased to term the " radicals * of
tbe House.   The " reply " on  Saturday
morning was " trash ;'' now it is an able
document on which tbe house is  a unit.
Tbe supplier, voted by tbe House early io
tbe session were  tbe efforts of men who
desired to overthrow the constitution and
pltingo tho country into anarchy and con
fusion ; now tbey are well digested items
of expenditure, reflecting credit ou the
Assembly.   One docs not really  know
whether to laugh at or pity our contemporary's imbecility and vacillation.   Tbe
reply, wbich was " trash " on Saturday
has been scarcely altered—certainly not
Id substance.   It bas been in several parts
a little more condensed, but its statements
wbich are pronounced by the Chronicle to
have  been glaring fabrications, were the
same yesterday as they were on Friday
So much for our contemporary's truth.
Tbe same characteristic is observable in
Its other statement, that a caucus, embracing tbe conservative members was held
yesterday, and  that the document was
pruned aud altered  to its present condition.   We have it on  tho authority of
the writers of the  reply that no such
pruning or alteration   took place ; aud
that the "conservative" members about
which our contemporary talks bo pompously were in favor of the reply from
tbe commencement.   No less absurd aud
erroneous are its statements about the
estimates.   It talks  about some imaginary " conservative"  body undoing   the
whole work of the early part of the session and " striking out every item inserted by the radical members ;'' and then
sagely admits that the only opposition to
tbis conrse came from Mr,  DeCosmos,
the inference from  wbich is that all tbe
members but Mr. DeCosmos have become
conservative—rather   complimentary   to
the rest of the members if we  take our
contemporary's ideas of the term.
We do not know whether the Chronicle
has been the victim of a cruel hoax, or
whether it is indulging, for the love of the
thing, in its old scurrility against tbe men
in the Assembly who have striven from
the commencement against Executive extravagance and dictation. The public
recollect, and tbey will not easily forget
it, how every effort to reduce the Government estimates was assailed with tbe most
shameful vituperation by the Chronicle—
how tbe determination of the House to
cut off private secretaries and other exi
pensive nondescripts was termed disgraceful and disreputable ; and they will be
readily prepared to see the same organ
now swallowing many of its former words
against the Assembly's reductions, although still abusing the very parties who
Lave originated and maintained those
Items of retrenchment. We are now told,
with its ignorance of Parliamentary form,
borrowed, no doubt, from His Excellency's
recent communication, and with its characteristic love of misstatements, that " the
Legislative Assembly, after an incubation
[vide gubernatorial speechesj of nearly
seven months, yesterday completed their
labors and hatched the Bills of Supply."
It is scarcely necessary to say that this is
simply incorrect as well as absnrd. Tlie
House has spent, since last February, bnt
a few days over tho supplies. Its keeping
the bill till the end of the session is, as
we have before informed our contemporary
and his official friends, according to
strict Parliamentary precedent. We
are then told gravely that the estimates
" bave created a hostile feeling between
the Executive and the people, and have
proved generally the most unprofitable
subject for discussion ever brought into
tbe House." Our contemporary is evidently of opinion that such things as public expenditure should never be brought into the Assembly—that the estimates should
be prepared and carried out by the Executive, without asking the people how much
or in what manner their money shall be
Toted. By this simple arrangement the
calamity of hostility between the " people
and the Executive" will be avoided, a
calamity waich, according to our contemporary's way of thinking, should be
SToided by any sacrifice the Inhabitants
can make. To say that the subject or
the estimates has proved " the moot unprofitable subject for discussion ever
brought into   the   House"   shows an
amount of stoicism to human misery that
would have raised Socrates another peg
in his pupils' esteem, aud a degree id veracity that would have added to the immortality of the reojwned Munchausen.
Tbe Governor's estimates, with tho necessary supplemental ones for steam communication, &c, would have amouuf*ed to
$220,000 at least—the House has voted
a little over $150,000, making a reduction of nearly $70,000, and the Chronicle
characterises tbe matter as '' most unprofitable." In this flourishing period
$70,000 saved is probably not worth
talking about—certainly not according to
our contemporary's ideas, worth getting
into hostility with tbat sacred thing called
the Executive. We are afraid, however,
the public of Vancouver Island will, on
tbis as ou every other public question,
differ from tbe Chronicle.
We have space to notice only a few
more of the absurdities and misstatements
of our contemporary. In " the reconsideration sf the Estimates" it UM, " the
House bas repented of its rash and illegal
act in attempting to override tbe Executive and yesterday struck out every item
inserted by the radical members." Naw
almost the only items tbe House did strike
out were those for the construction of
roads, and they struck these out, not because they were unconstitutional as the
Chronicle would have its readers believe,
but because the country it was thought
could not at present obtain the means to
pay tor tho proposed work. So far as
the measures of tbe terrible constitution-overturning " radicals" having
been reversed, tbeir whole scheme of
retrenchment has been accepted by the
House—their amalgamation and expunging of offices, and their additions to the
Governor's estimates. There are at tbe
present time but two members — Dr,
Helmcken and Mr. Pidwell—who do not
support the House in tho enunciation of
the right to originate and increase items
of supply. We cannot say who pens onr
contemporary's editorials, bnt from their
general tenor we are led to suspect that
tbere is an official " band at the bellows.''
New Advertisements.
for  Portland Direct.
THE FINK  SCREW STEAMER
SS
New Advertisements.
School  Examination.
rpHE   PUBLIC  EXAMINATION   OP. THE
1    Young   Ladies   of St.   Ann's   Convent
School will take   place next   THURSDAY,
commencing at nine o'clock in the morning.
Jyl7 td
NOTICE
—OJ"—
CO-PARTNERSHIP.
BUNSTER
HAS THIS DAT
ENTERED INTO
Partnership
WITH ALL LOVERS OF
GOOD   ALE!
  jy 17-im
L.   BETTMAN,
DEALER IN DRY GOODS,  GROCERIES,
BOOTS AND SHOES, k., 4c., 4c.
jy 11 Olympia, W* T.
Rifle Volunteer Corps.
GENERAL ORDERS.
THE CORPS WILL PARADE AT JAMES
Bay on Thursday, 19th instant, at  6 p.
m. SHARP, to march to Beacon Hill for camp
service.
Full Uniform.
2. Attendance is compulsory, but should
any Member be prevented by good and unavoidable cause from going into Camp, he
must report accordingly to the Adjutant with
application for leave of absence.
3. At the Quartcrmastei's and Commissary's Offices on Government street Members
will see the orders as to camp equipage required, and receive all other information necessary.
By order of the Captain Commandant
J. GORDON VINTER,
•W1' Lieut, and Adjutant.
J.  NAGLE,
Shipping Mf ster and Commission
Agent.
pREWS SUPPLIED AT  THE SHORTEST
\J   Notice—Goods entered and cleared  at
the Custom House; Manifests, Charter Parties
and Bi Is of Sale made out.   Vessels bought
or sold. R
Htf  Several small Vessels  for   sale   or
charter.
Office—Bastion  street,  near  the Police
Barracks. jylj
"FIDELITER"
CAPT. M. C. KRSKI.NE,
Wiil sail from Brodrick's Wharf, for the
above pori, on WEDNESDAY MORNING, at 8
o'clock, carrying IreigLt snd passengers.
For particulars apply on board, or to
J. P. COUCH, Agent,
jy ifi Wharf street
For San Francisco Direct
rjHE
NEW AND FAST SAILING SCHOON-
To sail on or about the first of August.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
E. B. MARVIN,
jy!3 Wharf street.
In the{ Supreme Court'of dJwilJustice
Vancouver Island.
THE BANKRUPTCY ACT, 1831*
T RICHARD WOODS, BEING THE CHIEF
1, Registrar of tbe said Court, do hereby
certify that on tbe sixteenth day of July, instant, a certain deed or Instrument bearing
date tbe 26th day of June laBt (1866) and
made and executed by and between George
Jay, James Chestney Bales and David Browne,
Copartners therein described, trading under
the style or firm of JAY 4 COMPANY of tho
one part and Thomas Lowe therein described,
trustee for himself and the rest of the creditors of the said George Jay, James Chestney
Bales, and David Browne of tbe other part,
being a deed or instrument purporting to convey all the copartnership estate and effects of
the said George Jay, James Chestney Bales,
and David Browne to be applied for the benefit of the creditors of them the said George
Jay, James Chestney Bales, and David
Browne as if ihey had been from the date
thereof duly adjudged Bankrupt, was on the
said sixteenth day of July and at the hour of
10:30 in the forenoon of such day brought
into my office for registration, and was duly
registered pursuant to the provisions of the
Bankruptcy Act, 1861.
Given under my hand and Seal of tho Supreme Court of Civil Justice at James Bay,
Victoria, V. I., this sixteenth day of July, A.
D., 1866.
RICHARD WOODS,
Chief Registrar.
Robert Bishop,  Solicitor,
Langley street, Victoria. jyl 6
HERMAN  SHULTZ,
—AT—
His Well Known and Old Established
Stand
The Government at. Boot Store,
Has just received per steamer
A  PINE   ASSORTMENT  OP
iadics' and   Children's   Shoes.
Which he offers at a very low price.
1 eceives by each steamer from England and
San  Francisco
BOOTS     <Sc    SHOES
OF   TBI
FINEST  AND BEST QUALITY,
FRENCH LEATHER,
SHOE    FINDINGS,
At pi ices to correspond with the times.
Queen Charlotte Coal Mining Co.
(LIMITED )
Notice of Meeting.
rpHE THIRD ORDINARY MEETING OF
L Shareholders of this Company will beheld
in the office of the Company, corner Broad and
Trounce sireots, on Wednesday tbe 18th day
ot July instant, at 11 o'clock sharp, to receive
quarterly report and transact general business.
J. S, WILLIS, Secretary.
Corner Broad and Trounce sts.,
July 8th, 1866. jy 18-td
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVERNMENT STREET.
THE   ABOVE-NAMED   HOTEL   HAVING
been opened by
JOB     BB-BlKr,
He will be happy to meet his  friends  on all
occasions, and will furnish them with
the best of
Winesj Liquora, Ale, Porter, &c.
and tigars*
BOARD AND LODGING PER DAY $1.
Bagatelle and Skittles.
Call and see the establishment.     JOE presides and keeps order. jy 10
•TSTOTIOE
Strip Mohawk, Capt* Davies, from London
NEITHER  THE   CAPTAIN   NOR
the undersigned will be respon-
'    Bible for any debts that may be contracted by the crew of tbe above ship.
jyl5 HENRY NATHAN.
Agent for the vessel.
REMOVAL!
The Business of
THOMAS WILSON k DO.
Re-commenced    on
MONDAY,    JUNE    19th
In their New and Commodious Store in
MASONIC     HAsLL,
GOVERNMENT      STREET,
(Opposite the Bank of British Columbia,)
WITH   THEIR   USUAL
WELL - ASSORTED    STOCK,
INCLUDIN G
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, Dama&ks, Ileps, Chintzes,
Gents', Ladies' and Children's
Hosiery and Gloves;
Trimmings, &e. jy 3
BEE  HIVE HOTEL,
FORT    STREET,
VICTORIA,    ■V".   I.
EDWARD   R.   THOMAS,
Proprietor.
"ALWAYS   ON   HAND."
jy 2
LONDON    HOUSE,
May Mh, 1866.
Our Importations for the present season are now
complete by arrivals per EXPRESS this morning,
and the extensive shipments now landing from the
EASTERN CHIEF
Onr DRESS, MANTLE, SILK, SHAWL, MILLINERY, LACE, HOSIERY, DRAPERY, FANCY
and UPHOLSTERY departments are now replete
with the newest and choicest goods. Either Wholesale or Retail customers will find this the best stock
we have yet offered.
jyJ
LONDON FIRM,
J. P. Tunstall Oo.
VICTORIA, Y. I.,
J. H. Turner & Co.
For Sale Ex Camden,
Hosteller, Botker, and Angostura Bitten,
Oregon Cider In hbls. and caecs,
Claret In eadu, balf-eaiks and eaaei,
Saulmic and California Wblte Wine,
French Alcohol 90 O.P.,
Eog. < liqnot, Jlmnm and Bellenger Cham.
9rmh
And In Store a line aiiortment of Brandy
and Liquors suitable for the Trades
•9* Depot of Havana Cigars.
EUGENE THOMAS,
jj « Yates street.
THEATRE
Photographic Gallery
(UP  STAIRS).
'PHIS GALLERY, LONG AND FAVOR-
1 ably known tu Victorians and strangers,
has facilities in the way of light, materials,
4c, and the experience of the proprietor enables him to furnish Cartes de Visite, Ambro-
types, and photographic work ot superior
inish unequalled by any other house in town,
and at as low prices as other f.staulish-
ments charge for common and inferior
pictures—in fact at prices to snit the limes.
Cartes de Visite, - • $5 per Doz*
Out door work attended to at abort notice,
and on the most reasonable terms.
GEORGE   ROBINSON,
jj6 Propriet ifa-eiting   C-elcgrapjj.
TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 17, 1866.
COMMERCIAL
l>ASHKNUKK>>.
Peratmr ELIZA ANDERSON, fron l'uget
Sound— Thwing, II Worthingtou, Dobergee,
li Nolan, Robert Berry, Wheeler, Bell, John
Almon, Captain Fowler, Chinaman and
Klootchman.
lONsll.H.Ks.
Ferstmr ELIZA ANDERSON, from Puget
Sound—Millard, Reynolds, k Co, E Dickinson,
Carson, Hammond k Co.
I'.J'I.KIs.
Perslmr ELIZA ANDERSON, from Puget
Sound—1 bx butter, 13 hd catile, 20 sheep.
—Value, $925.
SHlfPlHU  HVTKl.l-IOIliMCli,.
PORT OF VIOTOHIA, VANCOUVER   ISLAND.
July 17—Sip Alarm, Hollins, Nanaimo
Ilk Onward, Tibbetts, San Francisco
Schr Surprise, Spring, N. W. Coast
Stmr Eliza Anderson, Fioch, Port Angelos
CLEARED.
July 17—Sip Alarm, Hollins, Nanaimo
Schr Anne, Eivin, Saanicn .
Stmr Fideliter, Erskine, Astoria
8tmr Eliza Anderson,  Finch, I'ort Angelos
DEATH.
At Esquimau, on tbe 16th inst, Mr, James
Arthur, aged 71 years, late of Cornwall, England, and father nf William Arthur and Mrs1.
F. Williams, Esquimau.
Friends are invited to attend the funeral,
from the residence of M.\ F. Williams, Esquimau, on Wednesday next, at 10 a. m., orfrom
Christ Church, Victoria, at 10j45 a. m.
s-J   T
"Billy the Bottle."—An individual
rejoicing in the above euphonious title
wat brought up m the Police Court today, charged by Wm. Lyons of tbe Great
Eastern Saloon, with compounding a
felony. Lyons swore that the prisoner sent
word to him he wanted to see him at the
saloon. I went there and saw "the Bottle"
■tanding at the bar. He (the Bottle) said
that Mitchell, the policeman, had gone away
and bad not paid him a cent for his trouble,
and that if I would give him $20 he would
leave the country. I suspected he wanted to
swindle me, so I said, " Do you want mo to
pay you not to swear a falso oath ? " " Yes,"
says he ; so I gave him a $15, and then went
for a policeman and gave him in charge.
" The Bottle " examined him at some length,
to the effect tbat the advance came from
Lyons himself. " What did I ask for?" said
"the Bottle." "Did I ask for a glass of
ale?" Lyons—" You might." Bottle—Yos,
Mr. Pemberton, he did give me a glass of ale,
aid that knocked me cold ; I've beeu drunk
ever since I (laughter). That's all I've got to
say, your Worship.
W. B. Vaux, sworn, testified that prisoner
told him he would take $20 and say no more
about it. Ho (witness) went for Lyons and
brought him down to the saloon, where Lyons
gave prisoner the $15. Had no conversation
with Lyons before that.
"The Bottle"—" What did you and that
fish there—pointing to Lyons—want alongside
me after I took tho ale ? Oh, your Worship,
the whole thing is a trap cut and dry for me,
and I'm stuck fast."
Mr. Pemberton remanded the case till
Friday.
News from Bote Iklbt.—A party of Indiana from Bute Inlet arrived yesterday
afternoon, bringing news to Mr. Waddington
from his station. Everything was quiet at the
post; the Chilcotin Indians had not been down
from the interior, but the Eucletaws had paid
the station a visit and had stolen somo of
Mr. Woddington's goods during the absence
of the Bute Indians who were left in charge.
The chief of tbe Butes had been up to tbe
Ferry and reports everything in good order.
Eight horses and mules wbich were left by
Mr. Waddington two years ago have been increased by tbe accession of stray animals to
13, and have wintered well.
Mi. Zihn begs to announce to the inhabit,
ants ot Victoria that he has lately received a
large assortment of Children's Carriages and
Ohairs, Fishing Baskets and Fishing Canes,
and a large quantity of Market and Trave ling
Baskets, China Vases, Fancy Goods and Toys,
al of which have to be sold on or before
February next at greatly reduced prices
Goods sold at wholesale tor cost prices.     *
Tbi Novrltus in the Silk trade this season
are the beautiful Oros de Suez, Gros de
Londres, and Gros de Pekin. A choice lot of
these are for sale at the London House ; also
a splendid stock of Black Gros Grains and
Glar.es, from three-quarters to a yard and a
quarter wide, bought before the advance in
the Bilk market. *
Pacific Coast Btsisiss Directory—Thii
is a publication intended shortly to be issued
by Mr. Henry E. Langley, publisher of the
San Francisco Directory, California. It aims
at giving the names, business, and address of
all merchants, manufacturers, and professional men in the -Slates of California, Oregon,
and Nevada, the Territories of Washington,
Mabo and Montana, and the Colonies of Vancouver Island and British Columbia, witb
lists of the commercial, agricultural, manufacturing, mining, petroleum, railroad, telegraph, banking, and insurance companies.
Tbe work will be of great advantage to every
part of the coast and will tend to advertise
its resources abroad. The price of tbe book
will be $5.
Left the Couhtry.—We learn from some
gentleman that Major General Thomas F.
Meagher, while on his way from Virginia City
to Helena, was slopped by the Vigilantes and
politely informed that any longer residence in
the Territory would be at his own individual
risk. Tbe Vigilantes were incensed at bis
pardoning a noted character who had been
sentenced by the courts to imprisonment.
The Governor afterwards received a rude
drawing of a man hanging to a tree, accompanied by a small hangman's knot, labelled
General Meagher. This report has gained
credence at Blackfoot.— Oregon Herald.
Removal,—Mr. Hibben requests us to state
that he is now removing his bookstore from
the old stand, corner of Yates and Langley
streets, to tbe fine new premises in tbe Masonic Buildings, Government street, where he will
open in a day or two. *
Waoes Sdit—S. Taffy summoned Alexander
Geddes, proprietor of the Douglas foundry,
Indian Reserve, in the Police Court to-day for
$7 50 due as wages. Defendant did not appear, and the magistrate made an order for
the amount with costs.
Caiipinq Out.—The Volunteer Corps will
proceed to Beacon Hill on Thursday at 6 p.m.,
where they will go under canvas for a week.
On Sunday afternoon divine service will be
held at the camp by the chaplain of the corps.
From Nanaimo—The steamer Sir James
Douglas arrived down this afternoon with six
or eight passengers. She reached Nanaimo
with the Riviere in tow last evening at 6
o'clock.   There is nothing new at Nanaimo.
Laeoe Immigration It is asserted that nt
least ten thousand persons are now on their
way from the Western States to the upper section of Oregon. These people all come overland, and most of them in their own wagons
aud bringing their flocks and herds with them.
Till wc have a good wagon road between these
colonies and tbe Eastern Provinces we can
uejer hope to receive a permanent and substantial class of immigrants to settle our
waste lands.
An Alarm of fire was caused this morning
by the burning of some rubbish on the vacant
lot adjoining St. Anne's school, View street.
There was some danger, as the flames spread
along the dry grass in the lot, but the fire
engines were Bpeedily on hand and drowned
the fire out. People should be careful how
they start fireB during tbe heated term.
Enterprise —We understand that Messrs.
Dietz k Nelson have telegraphed to New
Westminster to have the Cariboo Express sent
down by canoe, without waiting for the Alexandra. Such enterprise deserves encouragement.	
Suprem- Court.—Janion, Green k Rhodes
vs. Frankel occupied tbe Court nearly the
whole of to-day and was not decided when we
went to press. There are ten or twelve similar suits arising out of the Malowaqski affair
to come up.
From Puget Sound.—The steamer Eliza
Anderson arrived this morning with 11 passengers and a small freight of stock. The
tug Pioneer is expected to-morrow with the
mails.
The Caroo of the Evelyn Wood, from
London, will be transhipped from Esquimau
and delivered by R. Brodrick on Union
Wharf on Friday morning next.
The Alexandra will sail for New Westminster on Thursday morning at 10 o'clock.
She will make only one trip this week.
The Sisters' School—The annual examination of this popular institution takes place
ou Thursday next.
House of Assembly—This body will meet
to-morrow at one o'clock for the transaction
of important business.
The Douolas leaves for Nanaimo to-morrow, at 8 a. m.
For Portland.—The steamer Fideliter sails
for Portland to-morrow morning at 8 o'clock.
TELEGRAPHIC-
To-day's Despatches-
SPECIAL TO THE EVESlNfl TELEGRAPH.
Great Prussian Victories—Austria
to cede Venetia to Napoleon.
European.
New York, Jaly 16—Foreign news to
July 6th, of tbe highest importance.
The Prussians gained a decided victory
in Bohemia, both entire grand armies being engaged.
Austria offers to cede Yenetia to Napoleon.   Tbe latter proposes an armistice.
The general belief ia peace bas produced an effect on consols, wbich closed at
87$ for money. 5:20's, 67J. Cotton
|d higher.
The steamer America, from Southampton, has arrived.
Cotton remained unchanged.
Flour Is. lower. Cora still declining ;
6d lower.
Paris Bourse, July 3d, remained firm ;
Redes, (SJ 87c, being 30c higher than
yesterday.
War news important.
The Prussians in Bohemia were making
victorious progress ; tbey bad taken Git-
chin by storm; junction of the Prussian
army, under the Crown Prince, and tbat
under Prince Charles, had been completely effected ; tbe King of Prussia had
arrived at Gitcbin ; the headquarters of
Prince Charles has been removed beyond
Gitchin.
California.
Sam Francisco, Joly 16.- The Unite
Stales neami-r teugmaw provided a
escort for the fleet of the Western Union
Telegraph Company's Kussiati expedition
now in harbor, and will leave in a few
days for tbe Alut-tian Islands and Petro-
pauloski.
markets.
Flour, small sales ; superfine, %i 75.
Wheat, 12,000 iki new at $1 50; 600
ska coast old, $1 67 J per 100. Potatoes,
70 a 75 per 100 lbs for Missions aud
Bayous.
Gold, on the 13th, 151 J.
Sterling  Exchange from 105 d   109}.
EaNlern Malt*.
New York, July 14.—There is much
excitement in financial circles caused by
alleged frauds in connection with the
North River Bank, of Hoboken. It is
said worthless notes, bonds, stocks, etc.,
were taken io Ihe bunk and deposited, for
whicb certificates of deposit, bearing interest, were received. With certificate*
of deposit purchases have been made of
real estate, merchandise, etc., in the city
and various parts of the country. It is
thought Wall street is flooded with this
paper. George W. Chadwick, supposed
to be the Vice President of the bank has
been arrested and committed* Samuel
Jacksou was also arrested as an accomplice.
Last Night's Despatches.
Eastern JVcvrS.
Nkw Yohk, July 13th—The Post's
moniy article says there is less doing in
Government stocks and securities were a
shade lower. Tbe loan market was easy
and eolton dull and unchanged. Flour
10cfl)15c lower.
Only one case of cholera reported in
tho city, and one in Brooklyn.
The Atlantic Mail Steamship Company
have decided to increase their capital
stock from $4,000,000 to $8,000,000.
Washington, July 18.—The Senate
passed ajoint resolution, giving the right
of way to the Union Pacific Railroad
through military reservations.
Another caucus of L'nioti members will
be h Id ou Saturday evening.
In the House, Morrill reported a bill to
protect the revenue which embraces the
administrative sections of the latee tariff
bill, and au increased duty on cigars and
spirits.
Death of " Fa! ber Prout."
The latest European advices announce
the death on the 10 th ult., at Paris, of
one of the most gifted and erratic Irishmen of our day, Rev. Francis Mahony,
the far-famed author of the " Prout
Papers," " The Bells of Shandon,1' etc.
The following notice is from tbe London
Star :
We regret the death in Paris, on May
19, of the Rev. Francis Mahony, known
throughout Great Brita'n and Ireland as
' Father Prout,' one of the most accomplished scholars, one of the wittiest and
most brilliant writers, and one of the most
genial men of the day. Born in Ireland
about 1805, and educated in Jesuit colleges in Fiance und the University of
Rome, Mahony was a Roman Catholic
Irishman of the old school.
It was not very likely that a man of
his stamp would long perform clerical
functions in Ireland, and he early took to
literature, accepting an appointment on
the staff of Fraser's Magazine upon the
invitation of Dr. Maginn. A colleague
of some of the brightest spirits in London,
he was fully their equal in wit and humor
—probably their superior in classical
scholarship. ' Father Prout's' essays in
Fraser were eminently popular, and were
published in a collected form in 1836. In
1860 they were republished with etchings
by Machse.
Mr. Mahony also contributed some of
the earliest and best papers which appeared in Bentley's Misce'lany in 1837,
and subsequently travelled for some
years In Hungary, Asia Minor, Greece
and Egypt, In 1847 he accepted the
post of correspondent of the Daily News
in Rome, and in 1849 published his letters,
which were full of ardent zeal for the
Italian cause, under tha title of '' Facts
and Figures from Italy."
He was for many years —indeed, until
about a month ago—Paris correspondent
of the Globe, and it is well known that to
his letters that paper owes much of its attractiveness No one could fail to recognize his style—brimful of scholarly allusions culled from all sorts of unheard-of
authors, who were familiar enough to him ;
witly, caustic, spiced here and there with
some sly quotation from Irish ballads, and
yet as to facts so cautious, so trustworthy,
and so apparently honest.
Mr. Mahony had long lived in Paris,
and died there in the Rne des Moulins,
but occasionally he catne to London, and
his nit and scholarship, as well as the
higher qualities of the heart, made him
universally popular in the society which
be frequented.
He was a vigorous and determined opponent of the Ultramontane school witb
which the quondam Irish curate had very
scant sympathy indeed, as Archbishop
McIIale knew, and Archbishop Cullen
knows well enough. But to show how
clever Irishmen can cherish an esprit de
corps, and relish the fun of political and
ecclesiastical opponents, it has often been
told—we believe with troth—how, when
some solemn priest mentioned to Archbishop McHale tbe name of tbe ex-priest
Mahony with bitter commination, the
Archbishop instantly checked him, and
said that, after all, tbe Irishman who
wrote " Father ProutV papers was an
honor to his country.
New Advertisements.
New Advertisements
TOBACCO PLANT
ARRIVAL OF AKOTHER CARGO FROM
Virginia & Cuba,
VIA   ASP1NWAIX,
Of the Hart    Celebrated Van**, or
TOBACCO   &  SEGrARS
EVER IMPORTED
Sample! can be had at tbe " IDELPH',"
corner Yates and Government streets.
I also carry on tbe business at my OLD
STAND on JOHNSON STREET and WADDINGTON ALLEY.
F. < ITiPBEI.I.,
jyJ ADELPHI 8EGAR STORE.
-TSTOTICE.
In tlie Supreme Court of Civil Justice
Vancouver Inland.
in  _ajst_:rtji> tcy,
Ir re Jay * Co.
\V. PBMON IIAVISf; CLAIMS ON THE
above Estate an* r-ijuested forthwith to
( si-nd in tbe same to Mr. James Chestney Bales,
I St-edsman, at tbi* Nursery of Jay k Co., Victoria ; and all paftOM indebted to tbe said
Ksi.ite are ilt-sir. 'I forthwith tu pay the amount
of thi*ir tviutctiva debt* to tbe said James
Chestney Hales. whom the Trustee has authorised to receive tbe same on account of the
laid Estate.
ROBERT BISHOP, Solicitor,
Lanuley Street, Victoria.
Dated loth July, IBM. jyl6
Jesse  Cowper,
Wbolesalo and Retail Dealer io
BOOTS AND SHOES,
LEATHER,
—AND-
SHOE    FINDINGS,
YATES    STREET,
OPPOSITE WELLS, FARGO & Co
At the old stand of WebBter & Co., i •>
prepared to supply the wants of tho
public iu his line.
The Latest Stvles
Received by every arrival from Enjrlai <_'
and San Francisco. jy2
WARM WEATHER!
ICES   ICE!   ICE!
A    LUXURY  WITHIN THE   REACH   OF
all, supplied by
ALEX.    PHILLIPS,
FORT STREET,
To say nothing about Ginger Beer, Lemonade,
or Soda Water with it.
The way to keep cool.
jy3
WILSON & MURRAY,
GKOOEES,
Provision, Wine & Spirit Merchants,
BAKERS  & CONFECTIONERS,
FORT ST., VICTORIA, V. I.
SHIPPING     SUPPLIED.
iv*.
CARRIAGE   FAINTING
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES,
Yates Street,
Between Deluge Engine House
and tbe International Hotel.
Work   solicited,  and   done   on   tho most
reasonable terms by
W. M. KEOHAN.
jy 11-lm
$50   REWARD
THE ABOVE REWARD WILL BE PAID
to any person recovering the money and
Deposit Receipt for $900 on the Bank of
British North America, stolen from the Coal
Pit at Nanaimo on Wednesday, July 4th.
jy9 3w*
GEORGE WALSH,
Nanaimo
Sporborg & Rueff,
COMMISSION   MERCHANTS,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Boots and Shoos,
Wharf street, Victoria, T- I. jy 2
•TSTOTIOE.
MARTIN  BROS.,
IMPORTERS OF
Groceries and Provisions,
FIREPROOF BUILDING,
LATELY OCCUPIED BT L'HOTELIER k Co,
WHARF
STREET.
jys
ICE  CREAM
STKAWBZRBr.il AHD CBEAE
AU the  Delicacies   of  the
Season
A. W. PIPER'S,
GOVERNMENT    STREET,
OPPOSITE THE THEA'lRE.
March 16, 1886 jy 2
SAN FRAKCISCO CIGAR STORE.
t&- If you Want the Finest
HAVANA  CIGAR
OX  THE   PACIFIC   COAST,
CALL   ON
Augustus   F.   Keyser,
Government   =treet, adjoining   the San
Francisco Baths.
A  FINE   NEW   STOCK   JUST RECEIVED.
jy 2
J.    SPENCER,
HOUSE AND SHIP
I9 L. XJ _•„ "B E :r ,
Gas-fitter and Bell-hanger,
Corner Yates and Government streets
All branches of the above business prac
tically done with neatness and despatch, at
charges to correspond with the times.
A. & W. WILSON,
House and Ship Plumbers
GASFITTERS,
BELL-HANGERS & TINSMITHS
FORT   STREET.
All order* promptly attended to
jy2
THE FIO-TNTEEE,
ICE CREAM,
•   —FROM THE-
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH HOTEL,
IS AGAIN' IX THE FIELD.
rrtHK PROPRIETOR IS PREPARED TO
J. supply, as usual, his customers, parties,
balls, etc., at moderate rates.
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH HOTEL,
jy3 Store street.
Alhambra
BILLIARD SALOON.
CORNER GOVERNMENT AND YATES ST-i.
TJP-STAIRS.
Entrance on Yates Street-
Joseph E. Penny,    )   „       . ,
Theodore T.Penny,]   Proprietors.
jy3-lm
REMOVAL.
The well known
JEWELR   ESTABLISHMENT.
—OF—
J.. L.  JUNGERMAN,
Has been removed to his NEW STORE
IN  THE
Masonic   Buildings,
GOVERNMENT   STREET,
VICTORIA, T. I. jy 2 ■E_B, Jg
. I    i
■I
Genu from Victor llugo.
The following extracts are from Yictor
Hugo's Toilers of th Sea :
To live a life which is a perpetual falsehood, is to suffer unknown tortures.    To
be premeditating indefinitely a diabolical
act; to bare to assume austerity ; to pre-
lent a perpetual illusion, and never to
one's self—is  a burdensome   task.    To
have to dip tbe brush in the stuff within,
to produce with it a portrait of candor,
to fawn, to restrain one's self, to  he ever
on the qui vice ; watching without ceasing
to  mask  latent crimes  with  a   face of
healthy innocence ; to transform deformity
into beauty ; to  fashion wickedness into
the shape of perfection ; to tickle,  as  it
were, with tbo point of a dagger, to put
sugar with poison, to  keep  a  bridle on
erery gesture and  a  watch  over every
tone, not even to have a countenance of
one's own—what can be harder, what can
be more torturing ?   The odiousness of
hypocrisy is obscure-ly felt by the hypocrite himself.   Drinking  perpetually   of
his own imposture ''s nauseating.
There are times when the unknown re-
reals itself in  a mysterious  way in  tbe
spirit of man.   A sudden rent of the veil
of darkness will  make  mauifest  things
hitherto  unseen,  and  then   close   again
upon tbe mysteries within.    Such visions
have occasionally tho power  to effect a
transfiguration io those whom they visit.
They convert a poor camel-driver into a
Mohammed; a peasaut girl tending her
goats, into a   Joun   of  Arc.    Solitude
generates a certain amount of sublime exultation.   It is like  the   smoke arising
from  tbe  burning   bush.   A  mysterious
lucidity of mind results, wbich converts
tbe student into a seer, and tbe poet into
a prophet.
An overwhelming blow is a sort  of
Waterloo ;  a slow decay, a St. Hclenn.
Destiny Incarnate iq ihe form of Welling
ton, bas still some dignity ;   but how sor-1
did in the shape of Hudson Low.    Fate
becomes then a paltry huckster.    We find
tbe  man of  Campo  Formo   quarreliug
about a pair of stockings ;   we see  tbat
dwarfing of Napoleon, which makes Eng-
laud   less   Waterloo  and   St.   Helena.
Reduced to humbler proportions,  every
ruined   man   has   traversed   these   two
phases.
Little towns are always hot«beds of
gossip, and are remarkable for their iso.
lated malignancy, which is like tbe tremendous maledictions of the chnrch, seen
through the wrong end of a telescope.
Tht> bravest are afraid of this ordeal.
They are ready to confront the storm, the
fire of cannon, but they shrink from the
glance of " Mrs. Grundy.''
Some writer has Baid that a fixed idea
FACTS vs THEORIES
" Give me a place to rest my lever on,"
says Archimedes, "and I will move the
world." " Give me pure and unadulterated
drugs," says Medicus, of the olden time,
"and I will cure disease."
In one sense, both of these learned pundits
were the veriest charlatans. They knew there
was no place to rest their lever oo, either to
move the world or cure disease. Mechanism
was in a backward state, and the medical profession was but another name for sorcery,
and all the adjuncts of magic filters and
charms of tbe " evil eye," 4c.
But these latter days have borne unlo us
something more tban even superstition and
iu crew ever dreamt of io tbeir maddest phi.
losophy. In these days of practical science,
what was theory ol yesterday ir fact to-day,
and all tbe old lime notions become as bubbles
in tbe sun, and burst and break with erery
breath we draw.
Let Archimedes shoulder his lever and we
will find a resting place for it to move tbe
world. Let mine ancient Medicus pant and
toil no more for the drugs be to sorely needs,
tor we have them at our hand, ever ready to
serve them at bis beck.
Refined in the laboratory of Dr. Magtiel,
the finest materials known in'thc medical pro
fession are obtainable by any one. His
Blllious, Dyspeptic, and Diarrhoea Pills stand
unrivalled, and his .Salve operates with magical effect upon burns, scalds, aod all sores and
ulcers of the skin.
In fact, we tbink Maooiii.'s Pills and Salv
are the wonder of this century, and we are
happy in the thought that many others of our
brethren ot the cralt 9gteo wilb us. We would
earnestly counsel itmt all families provide
themselves with Dr. Maggiel's Prepaiations at
once, and keep them ready at band, bo as to
use them at the most opportune time and as
occasion servos.— Valley Sentinel.
New Advertisements
K
Mrs.   Hein
Em.S   CONSTANTLY  ON  HAND   THK
latest .'asbioniin
Ia\_ I IL. 3_ I _vT E R _T ,
—AT—
Prices to  Suit tbe Times,
GOVERNMENT    STREET,
Between Fort and Broughton. jy 5
WILLIAM   LYONS,
sxxzPFXCTa-
— AUD—
Commission     Agent,
On the Corner of
Wharf and .Tohnson Streets.
jy3-lm
Miscellaneous.
Miscellaneous.
ROYAL
INSURANCE
FIEE   <3c  LIFE.
Capital, - - Ten Million Dollar*
B8EBVE   TO     MEET    LOSSES
Five Million Dollars!
HABI.E8TUBNEB, Esq., M P CHAIHlfiN,   PERCY M
DOVB, MAN4QER.
A   Triumph   of    Science
New Advertisements.
WILSOI & MIMAY,
aKOCERS,
Provision, Wine & Spirit Merchants,
BAKERS & (MFECTIO ER3.
FORT ST., VICTORIA, V. I.
SHIPPING    SUPPLIED.
. .ui»v a iiACd idea
is a sort of gimlet; every year gives it
another turn.   To  rail it out the first
year, ia like pulling out hair by the roots ;
in the second year, like tearing tbo skin ;
in the third, like breaking the bones ; and
in the fourth, like moving tbe brain itself.
Universal death necessitates universal
sepulture ; the devourers are the sextons
of nature.    All created things enter into
snd form the elements of the other.    To
decay is to nourish.   Such is the terrible
law from which  not
escapes,
CARRIAGE   FAINTING
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES,
Yates Street,
Between Deluge Engine House
and the International Hotel.
Work   solicited,  and
reasonable terms by
jy n-im
dooe  on  the most
W. M. KEOHAN.
even  man himself
A sorrow is doubly burdensome which
has to be endured in each item, and while
disputing Inch by inch with fate for ground
already lost. Ruin is endurable in Ihe
mass, but not in tbe dual and fragments of
the fallen edifice.
Dsspair has its backward stages, From
overwhelmeut we rise to dejection ; from
dejection to affliction ; from affliction to
melancholy. Melancholy is a twilight
state, suffering melts into it and becomes
a sombre joy.
His philosophy was carried so far that
sometimes bis good sense abandoned bim.
There is such a thing as the intolerance
of tolerants as well as the violence of
moderates.
Yonder light is a focus ; that foens is
a star ; tbat star is a sun ; tint sun is a
uhiverso ; tbat universe is nothing ; for
till numbers are as zero in the presence of
tbe infinite.
To do well and eat well are two satis**
factions.   A  full stomach resembles
easy conscience.
an
The English papers tell a good story of
a sharp electioneering1 dodge. A certain
financial Tory stood for a town which is
not more celebrated for its electoral purity
than for the extent of its woollen manufactures.      ■
factures.     TUe"'L"'^-T wooll6n ma<w
operation,  b   iZ^ln  «»~ed
was read v for the 1,1, , 8tock lhat
heshonldwan  ;8rcl',mimatin«thlt
exportation    Tbi. °nCe B m0Dth for
000 wo h ever3 m T *WM«0^
ma-ket IZZTHfi the Lo°*™ |
would be invaluable to lh.t * mmh«r
was »ccordi,,K|y e7c ed Vn°Wn' 8Dd he
had thanked the S ° S00n as be
tears in his e?Z"™*» aH with
honest, S^SS&Si *"* th°
rescue their town f,™1 tlJ}&d "»»*> to
Jesse  Cowper,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
LEATHEE,
—AND—
SHOE    FINDINGS,
"STATES    STREET,
OPPOSITE WELLS, FARGO & Co
At the old stand of Webster & Co., i
prepared   to   supply  the wants of  the
public in his line.
The Latest Stvles
Received by every arrival from' England
and San Francisco. \y'i
WARM WEATHER!
ICE!   ICE!   ICE!
A   LUXURY WITHIN THE  REACH  OF
all, supplied by
__.EX. - PHir-JLilFS,
I FORT STREET,
To Bay nothing about Ginger Beer, Lemonade,
or Soda Water with it.
.Hay* The way to keep cool. jy3
ST.   LOUIS    COLLEGE
"WTCL_    EB-OPEN
On Monday, 6th August.
jy 6-1 m
ALWAY „ BAYLEY
Licensed Auctioneers
THE LIGHT   OF   THE   WORLD
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE.
Thene Ute-glving n»medics ar-a now, for tbe fir t
time, g wm publ oly to tit- w r d. For over mjuaitor
if a century oi prkate practice the ingredient* intbeic
Life-Giving Pills
Hnvn bei-B used with the greatest euecesi. Thrir
nisei in is nit on y to it vent < ieja*e. but to cure
They «e rch ou m- various maltdi»f by ^hich tho
pationt in mfforing, and re*invigorated t e stliru
system. T ■ tho aiced and in firm a lew doses of tlitHO
| vnluabte I'll, j.s will jirove to bo
I Uli FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH,
; >r in everr os*e tSey add new life and vita'Hy, and
"-tire the w *ni' ff «•>[ i/nii-H to their iristine suite. T .
i ic \onng an l mi oil ><ged tbey will pr-ive mmt in
\ du tie. a* a rsi y, apeotile and sicr Ing medicine.
ere U a dream realized, that Pmce-de-Leon sough
f r three hundred yearn ago, and never f imi.i. m«
..ok- '1 for a t uiitafn that would restore the old to
*. gor and make youth ever
An Eternal Spring -
It was left for this diy and hour to realize tho dreum,
and rhow in one glorious fact the magic that made
it fair.
THESE FAMOUS  REMEDIES
Cannot Bt t v the flight of years, but they can force beck,
an hold i/loof, diseases hat ml btlrt mph over tne
ag d and H'e yopug. Let.n^ne hesitate then, bui
n \i.- tbo favorable opportunity that offer*. When takeu
as prescribed—
Fcr Blllious Disorders
Notliinir can ha more p-oductiee of cure than tbeao
Pilli—Their almost in gic influence'Is felt at o at;
»nd tho usual in iv milants of tint tri.st distressing
disease are removed. The.se remedies aro made from
the purest
VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS.
ThUCompany has now tbe  largest income for Fire
and Life Premium* of auy Company in tbe world.
Tbe undersigned, Agents for Vancouver Inland and
British Columbia, return their particular tbanka to the
public for their patronage of tho Roval sinew the open
Ing of (he agency, ami al«o to the victoria Fire Com
panics fur their valuable servicer,.
The Fire Branch,
Of this agency in 1801 wan nearly double that ofl863—
the risk in Victoria alone amounted lo 11100,000.
Tbe business of the
Life Branch.
Has al«o largely Increased  since the   Directors reduced
therstesto the JKugiiuh tttaudard.
Anderson &Oo
Store Street.
Ageatsfor Vancouver Island and British  Columbia
feSO
TOBACCO PUN
AREIVAT, OF AJJOTHEB CARGO *_'.
Virginia & Cuba,
VIA   1SPINWALI,,
Of tbe Kest  Celebrated Brand, of
TOBACCO  &  SUGAR!
EVER IMPORTED
Samples can be had at ilio " AIIKLPH',
corner Yaie« and Government atrecK.
I also carry on Ibe buaincea al my OL
STAND on JOHNSON STREET and WAI
DINGTON ALLEY.
F. ('.Win:....,
JyJ ADELPHI SEGAR HTORI
The "Grotto/
OPPOSITE THE TELEGRAPn OFFICE.
For a glass of choice  liquor go  to th<
" Grotto,"
you  wil.
There  " noke but tub best
find is the motto.
Mint Jnleps, Sherry Cobblers—everything
cooling ;
Come ye that do thirst, you will find itt
no fooling.
  hi-
I'HE GREAT
REMEDY
AGE.
OF  THE
THE  ONE THING   WANTED.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.
The Blood.
These famous  pills   nre so  conipofcil  tha
they operate wholesomely on the stomach, lhe|
liver, the bowUs, and other orpana; by correct
ing   any derangement)    in   their   functions,
—— whereby a ateady supply of puro materials tor
tbe renewal o< the Blood is furnished, and a
liOLLOVVAY S OINTMENT, constant abstraction o( effete products ia effected. This perfect circulation thuB become!
the very fountain of health nnd life, and overcomes all form of disease wherever its situa--
tlon.
The  effect   of (he   Ointment   on   the
Sy.tem.
To the very co'C and centre of all dismsea
which affect the human body, tbis remarkable
preparation penetrates. It disappears under
tbe friction of tbe hands, as salt disappears
when rubbed u^ion meat. Tbe unguent performs its healing errand rapidly, safely, aad
without pain. .Simple erupiiona, open sores,
hard tumors, icroluiouj developments of all
kinds, abcesaea, cancers, old wounes, and, in
lact, every species of inflammation and suppuration, whether in tbe skin,   tbe flesh, the
ine rills suould bo taken twice a week, when they
glands, or among tbe muscles, can be arreeteb would give the invalid she health anil appetite
in in destructive   course,   and   permanently   of a t,lnii»iin.»n
in it! destructive   course,   and   permanently
cured without danger by rubbing In this ines
timable Ointment.
General Disorders of Ibe Liver
and Stomach.
All who ever indulge a' table, either in cat-
<ng or drinking, should take about ten of t!:es-
lamous pills at bed time, from which will reo
suit a clear head and good stomach the fell >w-
ing morning. Thousands of Ijiidiea are always complaining of eick headaches', want o
appetite, wantof energy, and want of strength,
to correct all these evils, tbree or four ol these
rills should be taken twice a week, when they
Bad, Legs,  Bad   Breasts," Horea,
Ulceri.
and
Tbsy will not harm the most delicate female, add
eaa be riven with good effect in prescribed d.saa to
the youngest babe.
—AND—
irom his memory, he stnrtAH „aTf "lOL'eu I ~"""-
- -« off ,U :Xfg  COMMISSION  MERCHANTS
went of two and . h. ,  t8n ah<*»-
thos secariig fa,/,    ' ^ ^ C08t P^e,
»"d Pretty  prjn|vhniTr ?/" fl,rio>".
his head
Storage & Forwarding
YALE, Bt. O.
,ITWI1S CTDTOSIGNBDHATIITG THK ONLY
X    Fire ?rdof Warehouse at Yale   -.-.«—
his head  wHl be m.L t   ",      Dor°n(;h; P™»P«y disp.
•oJidityof „eir brTckb8Jamillar With the j mod^«e rate8
..«v«vu0« at   i nle, parties
hipping by   the Vale,  Lyttoo  Route,   may
good* marked Ui *•"" ""
»* «<^i^m&^&£ss
hi
ALWATABAYLBY
rl
For Cutaneous Disorders
Aorlk). erunllousof 'lie -km, 'hi- .SALVE *■ moot iu
rtliublff. It tlcei n t Ik-I txUrHfttl/aloh >, liut pine
lr->t«i with tha mut mtrchioj effect* to Hit- vary rod
ofthi evil.
DR. Wm HLLS
Invariably care the following Diseases
Asthma,
Bowel Corap'.inu
.C" in; hi, ^
Colds,
Cheat Dleasee,
Coativeoess,
Dj>Pep»'h,
Diarrh-,,
Dropsy,
D^biJlljr,
Female *TompIaint, F.iee an d Ague,
bea.laclie, '
'ndl>T stlon,
Iofli.. M'
Io9amm',t|OI1
In»arn Wealtn.ss,
wer Oomiilaint
■   »»■?•« or Spirits,
Kmgworm,
Sheiirnat'air,,
*" » h.rnn,
Slcalds,
Skin Disenes.
trSr^^^'nrlno . ,,»„,, ,„,
»'MOI  I„ 43Fullon«„S< k.wV' i.'""" b'™- ",-
which is lelony. "™«l ^^W .ork.ic, ooiinU>rfe;t
»~**«tti:^,J5^M;(Mj*» U.  Medicine.
P.r box or pot, """" ,011 C«n.da- .at 25 ceuu
A. C. Lang\ey & Co.,
British
In many Hospitals in Kurope this eel brated
remedy is now used for the cure of old rounds
aorea, and ulcers j in Spain aud  Portut -tl and
in many parts of Italy, tbe 6rjt Physicians re-
regularly prescribe its use.  it is  a sovtreiirr
remedy for bad breasts and bad legs; and like
wise forall skin diseases.   It is to be found in
tbe cheat of nearly every sailor,  soldier, ano
emigrant.
Imprmdennlea   of   Youth ; -.s«,r.-»   and
Ulcera.
The above class of complaints is surely re
ooved   by   nightly fomenting the   parts witi
vnrni water, and then by most effectually rub
oing in this Ointment.    Persons suffering fron
these direful complaints should lose not a mo
ment in arresting their progress.   It should be
arderstood that it is not sufficient merely to
smear tbe Ointment on the affected pans bol
it must be well rubbed in for some considerable
time, twn or three times a day, that it may be
taken into the System, whence it will remov
only bidden abre or wound  aa effectually   I
though it werepalpable to the eyo.   Bread arid
water foultioes, alter  the   rubbing in oi lb
Ointment, will do great service.    This is  tb
only proper treatment for females  in cases o*
cancer la the stomach, or for those who sufli'
from a general bearing don n. !'
of a ploughman        ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Femaletj or all Aire* and fHaaam
Obstructions ot any kind, either in young
or thoae between forty and fifty--tho most critical peiiod of life--may be radically remov-d
by using these Pills according to the printed
directions whioh accon.pony each box.   Youiift
persons wilh sickly and   sallow  complexions
may have the bloom of health restored by thic
corrective,  wbich purifies  the blood  and expels all gross and impure humorafrotn Ihe ays.
tern,   ileware  then  of the critical age Iron
forty to fifty, as it sends  many thousands to
premature grave,—these Pills should be taket
it that period of lite two or three times   a
teek
rVant  of Strength and [Energy.
Plica, Kl.lulus, stricture!.
(     Blotches, aaalao swellings, can with certaintj
be radically cured   if tbe Ointment be used
freely, and the Pills be laken night and morn.
inLv as recommended in the printed inatriu tiioiis
When treated in any other way these complaint,
jnly dry up in ene place to break out in an-
Hhcr ;   whereas this Ointment will removethi*
tiuinor from the system, and leave tbe pation
i vigorous and beajtbjr being.   It will rcijuir.
.irne, aided by the use of tbe Pills, to ensure
asting cure,
Olpthcrlst,   Bronchltla,   Soae   Throats,
Any of tbe above class of diseases may be
~ured by will rubbing tbe Ointment three
iimcs a day upon tbe skin covering the throat,
chest, and neck of tbe patient. Tbe ungncnt
wili soon penetrate tbe pores and give immediate relief. To allay the fever and lessen tbn
inflamatiou, eight or ten Pills should be takes
bight and morning. The Ointment will pio.
dace {inspiration, which is so essential for
removing fevers, sore throats, and those oppressions of the chest which arise from
Aaibn a, Bronchitis, and other causes.
Both the Ointment and Pllla should
be u«ed In tha following Caaee I
Persona of sedentary habits, or those troubled in mind, working in Factories or Coal
Pits, who cannot obtain tbat amount oi fresh
air aod exerciao which nnture requirea, aufler
from weakneas nnd delility, lowness of aplrils
and want of appetite. Ml such should take >
Jose or two of these Pi la every three or fout
days, as they net gently and effectually on tbe
Byatera and impart vigor and energy to the
body, wbich is alwhys followed hy a good
appetite, sound and refreshing sleep, nnd »
high flow of spirits.
ACp£.V",»-« ■««*«*
hi
Rheumatism
[Scalds
and'Sore Nipples
Si n Throat
Skin discus
Scurvy
Sore head!
SAd Lers
Bud Breast!
ft.roa
Bunion.
Site ol M.iehftoci
and Sand-Files
oco-bar
Chlego-ioot
;hilklala<
Chapped Hands
(fold at I1« Establishment ol PBOMlani Bouowa
HI, Mrsotl, 'near Temple - Bai), London ; also by a
,-of.jit-stable Drainrlsts and Healers lo Medleloes ihronpb
ml tl.e civilized world, at the folloirin* prleea   II. liad
N B.— Diiesctlonaforlberoldance of Pallanta in (vet
disorder an abxed to each Pot.
 ..v.M, m. llir Illll'IWII
i.id.  it M,. lis., 21, and Uk, each. «.
...   Tiiere a • cddalderalle earing by taking the larj.i
For tbe ('ure of Dropsy.
The cfflcncy of Holloway'a Pills in Dropsy
is extraordinary. They act with such a peculiar effect upon the system, that the fluid?
causing this direful complaint, are pereeptibl
:arrled off and prevented from nriy lurthei
accumulation. The sufferer regains a buoyancy of spirits and rejoices in a completely
renovated constitution. It is indispensably
necessary tbat the Ointment should ho most
effectu.lly rubbed into tho complaining paria
during tho whole course of treatment.
Children and their Allmente.
In no country in the world arc more children
carried to an early grave tban in Great Britain.
roughs, Measles, Scarlatina, Kevera, and other
diseases attack the little sufferers, and death,
but too ofton, follows at a rapid pace; yet if
at the first stage ot these complaints, parents
were to have recourse to Holloway'a Pills, all
danger would be avoided for the stomach
and bowels wouM ae gently bnt effectuAlly
cleansed by this mild aperient; tho depraved
oumors correcten ano tne secretions dbly regulated, A perfect cure would -oop be effected, and tbe 1'ttle patient restored to sounr1
health..
Hollowly' Pi. f ve the best known remedy in th.
world fit the Allowing diseases:
Sold at tbe 1-stsbilahment of Professor Holloway, SI Ij
Strand, (near Temple Bar.) I. n*lon ; als" by all respect
able DrugrisU and Dealer, in M.-icinu!throughout th.
civilized world, at the following price**—Is. 1#., 5. 94,
Is. 6d., Hi., 22s., and 83s- each box.
ague Female Irregular..Scrofu'aorKing a
asthma liles I   «•""
BilliouaConiplalDts Fever of ail kind
Fit!
Blotehei    ou    tbe Coot
skin Head Ache
Bowel complaint.    Indigestion
Colics luBsmmalion
Constipation of the Jaundice
Evil     ^^^
Sor*"rliK>ntB
sitou. and Grave
Secondary Symp.
toon
Tic-Doloreux
Tuiuori
Ulcere
Venereal     affeo.
tlnn.
Worms    of  a
kind.
Weakness     from
^^^^^^^—,       ,   whatever Cause
considerable  saving by taking thl
Bowel a
Consnmi-tion
Debility
Dropsjf
Dyientry
Erysipelal
•«•  There is 	
liirectnins for the guidance of patieuta in ever; dloo
der are affixed to each box.
Liver Complaints
Lumbago
I'llea
Rheumatism
Retention »f Urine
Pbintio and Publis*hed by McOLrRB k Co.,at
the office, Langley Street.
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