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VOL. I.
VICTORIA,   VANCOUVER   ISLAND,   THURSDAY   EVEN.
THE
^ENING TELEGRAPH,"
ITBLISIIBO
. verv   Eveif__g at  4   O'clock,
(S.turday and Sunday evenings excepted.)
ALIO SVIRT
SUNDAY    MORNING !
TBIIM* OF  i-UIIMl'ltlPTKIK I
,r Annmr. In advance, by mail 110 00
«r -is  months     0 On
rr u .k, |*syal.le lo rarrlar,        2'»
,i,:. '. 11«-,       10
or tenm of Advertisem nt applv at the
0n._e.#La» Ut street
Wit und Humor.
A, Westeiis Ouituaby. —J. D'tntr*, tre
re tmrrT to t-uy, bns ilrcmm-iI. lie tie-
larled litis lif« la t munilny .Iciii was
fiierally cousiilere I u u*ool filler. He
-nt fuith without A simple, nml sich is
ife. 'I o-tl .y we are as pi*|i|ier grass—
Highly smart—in. morrow we are cut
own like a cowcoiu' er of ilie jrro.nrl.
rtn kep n nisi) i-liit'H, which Ins wife now
niiK on. His ttTi-Iiitw.i wm numerous to
ii'lmhl. Many is the tiling we boi nt his
rnsfrjr, ami we are happy to slate to the
tltiiiriiKr world that he never chenteil,
|ieitally in Ihe wait of mackerel which
ns nisi1, and smtlleil sweet, and his stir*
iring wif.j wns the so ne way.   We never
wed him to put .mid in his .hugger,
Im lie Iih<i a lug snrtd bar in front of his
ions, nor witter in lit* liquor.', I Long . the
i river rttni past his ilore, Peure lo
reiiiuins lie l-fiveS Otic w,fc, seven
liihlren,   one  c.w, n grocery  Nture nml
lur tpiniliti|tt'ilst, to inntirti his Inns, lint
11lie liin_wfd_e <il the poet, his loss wns
le ii eternal gum.
A   traveller,   writing   home from the
last of Africa, says:  ' T.e  (triple die
ery fti-l, and the ulieep   have   very   ItinR
»il«'   Sufficem! v concise for  nny   clus»
I readers
I'rnve it'  sin! a man to nnother who
d ___erl_d th.it cuiinry hir.l- could
rem sing.    'The mm nary note,1 was the
ply.
Punch remark" :  ' Let n*  all   jro   into
I. in    half mourning   for   brave   Tom
irers, the gri-u (Ig ilingmtn.    Way  one
ark .Jets' 	
A   Thi.f's   Uucni.^asfn   the   hack
ichru there ia a I.Nnd nun, whose  eyes
e darkened iu more senses iliun one, lor
ny «re frighifu ly shoIIch and d -tiilnreil.
e pets a living by begging;    Tba Other
Wring  he  wm  commit  over Waterloo
ridge, on his return from  his long  mil
etrj round, when  some  rulTiuus   threw
nt (lanu, k-i-kid him in   the  face   wilh
e'riesvy baoti, and robbed him of the
ila he had  obtained   during  the   day.
ti the table un infant is dying, while the
"tlier i« lamenting  lieeuue she is not
)le lo bny the cordial lite doctor has or-
red for it.    Poor Ijiih. creature ! nil the
rdlals iii the world would  not sure  its
As we look iirottnil ipOD tho squnlid
"men,  tho  lilthy   men,  the   iiulf-nake.1
il'lren   in that miserable den, we think
thu Saviours wonts, ' Stiff r the l.itltt
il.lren to come unto die, nn*l forbid them
for such is the kingdom  of heaven,'
d wi- fifl Hint it is l*eltcr for  the   babe
die  than  to  live.     When   we  hnv.
iched the street, we  discover  that the
r liiind man is loll wing us.   ' Please,
ii'leiiien,' he auyi, ' I have soiuelhiugou
' ni'iiil. nnd I .ii.m'i be ea-v till I have
nd uu il.    I've a uood wife, as good
if" as any mm can have, but   we—We
nt tn get married, and •»<• aiul able >o
the expense*.'    On his In-im. nasitred
onr cninp.iniou that these should all lie
"I lor htm, he depnits wilh a smile ou
•liilignreil countenance so   •■ri_r t  and
uu" Ihat for the itiotiieii: we turget that
in  blind.    Anoti'cr ludgiiig-lioiise   ig
"ted ou', the oci'up'i.i'8 of which  are
thieves.    It is hardly safe  to enter it
ne, as rhcy come round you like  bees,
I may proceed fr-iin r ibb.rv to violence.
curd iu the window (of which we give
'erhutiui copy)   shows,   however,   that
:5 »ro nflt without come feelings  ot
d'ti'st, and that they help each other in
'tine of distress j—
A Priindit Mritiso
' Uke place at tbe   Fe.itheis,' Ores' Wild-
', Drury Line, on Tuesday, P.bruary _ ,
. for the ben fit of
MU« HttotAJt,
MP tn defray the run.nil txnenses Of bis
p" daughter, and ynfl will oblige.
(7Adir.*-»Ked Cnmmlngs.
Vi...—W. West. '
1  .inert:
■
___■  ■ ___■
NVANTED.
n*ut W«. SOU. R work.
■MM \
Beacon _fi!I
Municipal
Dy-i-uw to Regulate  Ibe Sanitary Condition of tbe City.
BY-LAW.
We, the Mayor and Councilors in Council
eonvened, by virtue of the power and authority
ve ted in us by An Act to Incorporate ibe
City of Victoria, p ssed the sec.I day of
August, ...D. 1862, in the Tw nty--i_lh year
..f the re gn of He- Mosi Gracious Majesty
Qmen Victoria, intituled, " The Victoria Incorporation Act, 18.2," hereby e. act as follows :—
I. No t.eison or persons occupying nny Messuage, Shop, Building or o her Krecti*.n, or
any bind or other Premises within ibo city,
or If there shall be no occupier thereof, no
owner or owners of any Messuage, Sllnp,
Building or other Erection, or any [.and or
other Premises within the City, -hal have **r
permit or suffer to be in oron his, her or their
M linage, Shop, Building or Ere' tion, or any
Land ur other Premises ns aforesaid, aov
ditch, gutter, d*ain, pr ty or ash-pit emitting
noxious  or offen ive  effluvium   . r  smell, or
I constructed so as to be a nuisance to or i Ju-
I ri us to the health of any person or p rsous,
j or any swine kept so as to be a nuisance o-
j offensive by reason of the s'ench th.reof, or
any dung, manure, refuse, offal, ashes, tilth,
or other matter or thing emitting noxious
or offensive effluvium ..r smell, or any animal,
reget .hi** or min* ral matter >*r thing ..lone < i
together witb other mutters or things iu n
state of fermentation, punerection, decowpo-
n'i.iii or decay, . r emitting noxious or offensive diluvium or smell, or permit or stiffei
any Messu ige, Dwelling House, Shop, Erection or lluildi g iv hat-,lever witliin the said
City to be in i filthy state or infected with any
kin I of vermin or dirt or emitting noxious or
offeasive effluvium or smell ; Provided, however, ihat no per or. nr persons shall he li hie
to any penalty for the infraction of this Bylaw until he, she or they .hall have received
n <tlce from the Mayor and C'.uncil in manner
hereinafter mentioned, ad until he, the or
they shall have neglect d hy the space or lime
the ein mentioned to atiate or remove the of*
fenrive mutter or (hug noticed in such notice
and thef in co np nined nf, or to do lb>- act,
matter or thin: required of him, her i.r ihcin
by sU h notice a iti.in the sp .cc of time limited
by sue1, notice.
And whereas It is exped cnt for the good
government of the City Pint a Sanit .ry Coin-
mission be appointed, it*id tu enable itieh Commission to inspect, order the removal and report a 1 nuisances willt.it the sa d City o
Victoria;
Therefor, be it enacted by the Mayor and
Ceu cillors of t e City of Victoria with the
consent of His Excellency tb. Governor on
Iler Majesty's behalf:
II. Prom and after the pas age of this Bylaw the Mayor and City Counci tors may from
time to time nominate tiiree members of the
C ty GoUnod to act as a Sanitary Cnmmiss-on
for ihe purpose of inspecting, O'dcnng the
removal and repor ing all nuisances and other
matters, the continuance of which may he
deleterious to the public health.
III. Ihe C.mmission shall perform their
itrvices gratuitously
IV. The Commission shall have power to
ent r any .Messtinge. Dwelling Hone, Shop,
Bui ding or other Krectiou or Lund or other
premises wi bin the ity, nnd xliether or not
the same be occupi d or the curtilage of auy
of tbe same, and inspect the condition of the
same between the b u.s of eight in the morning and eight in the evening.
V. No nerson or persons shall permit, after
due notice in th t behalf given, auy animal
or vegetable matter in a d composed ur
putrifying condition to remain on 'In-premises
occupied or owned by h m or them.
VI. The Commission on behalf. f the Mayor
and Council m y notify any pcrs .n or persons
on   or   occupying   any   messu ige,   dwelling
] house,  shop, building, or other erection, or
I ihe cii'tilage of any of ihe same or other >and
I or premises within the city, or if the same he
I unoccupied, then the owner of any such mes-
I suage, d.vcllinu house, -hup, huiding or other
(erection, or the curtilage of nny of the same or
I other land  or premises  within  the city ou
I which any matter or thing may b- done, per-
{ mitted, or suffered, contrary to the intention
of this  by-aw  (acco ding to the   form of
t he.lule A  annexed)   lo remove such n is-
arice as before mentioned, or to close up,  purify, c ver,   or   cle use any   well, cessp ol
| drain, privy, ditch, or gutter, or otherwise to
| abate or removo the matter or thing ti.ticed in
audi n tne at ia  their judgment shall seem
! meet   by giving no Ice  in   writing, ( i  per
Schedule nfo esaiil) signed hy two or more of
j ibe Commission nn   behalf of the Mayor nnd
Counc.l, specifying tbe act to be done a d the
time in which the same is required to bedoue,
inch notice may be given to the occupier or
owner   of  such  messuage, dwelling house,
shop, building, or other erection, or  the cur-
' tilage of any of the  same or of the land or
, premises in the city, or, by 1 nving tbe same
ut his,   her,   or their  Inst known   p ace of
abode   or by fixing the same or a copy th.reof
on some conspicuous part of the prcmls s.
VII. In the event ol auy Messuage, ..bop.
Building or other erection, or any 1 .ml or oilier premises wiihin the Cny being unoccupied
and the owner or owners thereof neglecting or
refusing to abate or reinme any mailer, or
thing done, permitted or suffered, co nrary to
the requirements „_ ibis Bye-l.aw, eillicr absolutely or in ihe terms nf any such noiice as
aforesaid, duly aerred ai aforesaid, within the
time in thai behall specified it shall be lawful
lor two or more of the Commission, on behalf
of tht Mayor and Council, or tbeir serva _is or
agents in that behalf, to do the act or acts,
matiers or tbings, .equired lo be done or performed by ssob not co at the Coifs and charges
•f the owner oi owners of S0"h Messuage,
•h 'p, Building or ot her erection or any land or
other pr.m'ses, the said costs and charges
to he recoverable by action aa work and Voir
done and money paid bv them for the use of
such owner or owners ai if dona at his, her or
their actual request, or in inch other form ai is
proper to-law.
sCHr.DUI.E A.
To the  Owner
NOTICE Is hereby liven that yon are re-
qu red within days from the date her .
•it 10 , and io default of so doiu_
you will be proceeded   again-n under the p o- |
visions  of the Muni'ipil Bye-l.aw to regulate
the sanitary con litinn of the City, 1816
I.UMLKY Kit..\KT.IN,
Mayor of ihe Hi.r of Victoria.
Thi« tenth day of July, 1866.
tViLcna Li on, Town clerk.
E\
New Ailver.ist.'mi'iits.
The "Grotto,"
OPPOSITE THE TELEGRAPH OFFICE.
For a  class of choice  liquor go  to the
'• IJrot'o,"
There    " NONE   BUT   THE   BEST ''  J'Ott    will
liml is the iiiutto.
Mint Julepa, Sherry Cobblers—everything
coming ;
Come fa that do thirst, you will God its
no fouling,
hi
•I
■__.raM.iR_T.n_.
«»- if you Want Ihe Finest Stx
HAVANA  CIGAR
ON   TUB   PACIFIC   COAST,
CALL  OX
Augustu.   F.   Keysar,
Government   street,   adjoining   the  Sun
Francisco but In.
A   flHS   NEW  STOCK   JUST SECEIVED.
 Jyj
TUB _PIOISr_3_3_R
ICE CREAM,
—FROM THE-
PACIFIC TELrGSAPH HOU,
13 AGAIN IN THE FIELD.
'IMIE PROPRIF.TOB IS PREPARED TO
1 supply, as usual, his customers, parties,
balls, etc., at moderate rates.
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH HOTEL,
jy3 Slo e-street
IIAVAXA_CIG.U.S.
lEWIi.  &  ANTHONY,
TOBACCONISTS.
47 Tates St., Brick Store
Next to Co'tier of Government St.,
BEG TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND
t c pnhlic in freneraj   ih.it ihey   will con
st.antly receive   hy every  ..earner a gnnd   as
'fiin. i l.inuliie t avislia < It-ar.N
anil  the   Be*.   Hr.iiiilN ol   I oil inn,
imported direct  for this ma'ket. a.)  Ihat Ihey
are utile   to   omnete  with   anyhrus.eon   thia
Island, either Wliule.nle or Riail.
N.   B —Special   atteiit on will be paid to
HElMAN   LEWIN.     |     LOUIS ANTHONV
 iv_	
EX'RtSS m stage...
'IMIE   COA.IIES   OF   THIS   LINE   W.I,
JL    now  run   regularly, leaving    Vale,   _>. I
i on
. Iilllil.l   N, t
HvdnoNtlnyn,
And Irlilt-.N,
AT 7   A. M„
F O II    §AVti\t'_    r B It III
(llijt ilend Ut.ute), until the completion oi tl. ■
mail, when Hiey will _o to Savana's i erry.
The Coach lor Car.boo   will   leave Vaie .in
Mnniliy.
|    jy _ F. J. RMtNiltD.
JUST   RECEIVED
Knntlttil   Imin.i es fr 180S,
aidrlehsen k Manny's Itoyal do., do.)
Late tiimlrnlt)' Ceast t h.u ts,
H halm in'n Urawln. Paper,
Cndless anj floanted Or.iw'n? da.,
PenniN Tlet tlllt 9 mir.vnJuan,
iM.itbrm itlral Instruaifnts,
Copying Prei es
Brb
Blotting Paper,
Perforated Beard
Thsne and Wrapping Papers,
Wrltln: Desk* and;Follo>,
Artbt'i "atertats,
Photegraphlt .llkams,
Ceaeral tatloncry, Staple and Fancy.
Lai
Th
t:
Offlc
at
LET1
Fla
h*
HJUBKT A f IBiW»:t».
rm:
Ull
conrfisle
uisuahl)
Ortl
Hooks,
Paraphle
Catalogu
Sermons,
Reports
Rentals,
Leases,
Law Fori
descrip
For Prices,   apply   at the  Office.
Langley street.
REMOVAL.
TF. SW.NWICK k CO. HAVR RR
. moved to Wharf street, opposite Hie
An'lion Rooms of J. P. Davie, .. Co.. wheie
they will conduct a General Commission
business, in connection with the
Shipping; Office, as   heretofore.
ISLAND AND OTHER PRODUS
Will be regularly nceived, and
ON      S  -A. X, E J
it their store. Jy!
Loi./.i
St. J sin
K'lii.l'u
I nll'l'in
No'tliH
jT-bIi. iii-tr
I < urtnti
Hlnlni
CU.
o.\r
may be ac
HA
«Ia7C
is truly st
required.
Sold hy
nnd whole
ley-by- Bo'
Vancouve:
ti*
__ <£ucniag   (&*cl-cgta}.().
TUBjRSi'AY   EVENING, JULY  26, 1886
MAKIIIKD.
Ia Portland, at the resrdence of the bride's
father, by tht Rev. Father Feirens, John tl.
M II.r lo Minnie I, Juungeit daughter of
C.pUin Daniel Burns. 	
Tbe random street Murder.
The iaafutst on the body of Ed*aid lvurin
•was resumed to-day at t ..'clock.
James Weoitcr, (the room-mate of deceased)
re- iatnle.d-IdenliliO'l tbe shots of deceased
which wese produc* d in court ; a so the coat,
a black alpaca one. Tlie d ad man's ring
was alt i produced, but wilneu said I « could
not .wear to It. Deceased had tlit.hu. s ou
_n Su -day.
Mr. • ourtaey here said he sppeared on
btt.i.lf of eat ef tbt partitt accused ot the
murder. _,.___.
_.«. Mr _r>o»ain; twoin -lleco/nited the
ting pr .due- d lo uu rt. Last Tu sday, abou
n on, two Indians, T m an.t Jim, came to i|P
hou e and laid they had a ring lor Mile; I
...ok tht Hat a d asktd tbem where they _ .
It ? Tom tal i Jim got it from Oomperli lora
month's wages, *lu. (Th I diaus were here
br iug it into cuur and idrniitied hy the
witness). Tbey wis ed me lo se| th-
riog lor them', I said I -null And out t e
value of the ring and tell tht n in the morning ; in ht mor ing Tom came to r. E ans
and said Jim had nee i arrested with the murdered man's cl thes on. I i.«w Woo-ier and
ke described the r.ng to me. 1 then yave th
police.
_/. .Peon, tworn—The decei"d was In my
cat.in on' Saturday ; he pul ed off the ring a tl
showed it to me ; It was a arge gold riog
aad had betu broil n nd i endeda_nin ; it had
also a m rk, as it from a (il , o < it. Wilnrs-
was heie sh'.wn tbe ring aod at once recog-
ki.ed it as the ring deceased had sh wn hi..
Thomas O'Connor twiirn—Saw th» ling
yester .ay afternoon and r cognised it at ont e
as that worn b   deceased.
James Pritchard sworn—Dece ted cabined
wilb ine four m uths last wiuter ; I am quit
p .sitive tht ing produced is the one worn by
decea-e i.
Tom. o e of the Indians « ho brought the
ring to Mr. Brow ing swor —Said J in to d
h m b * got the ring at N w Westminster ; Jim
and his k notchman slept all night at my
cabin j I rero nise the shiit produced as J m's;
bit k ootchman washed it on Monday. (The
abirt still showed lar.e stains on tbe breast,
at If imp operly washed).
Aft r the exam na ion of Tim and Jim's
klootchmun, tbt jury returned a verdict of
41 W.lful Murder, by some penon or persons
unknown,"
fss-tvt.iis aT Tag Camp.—The Volunteer
camp was cr-.w led last night by ladies and
gentlemen invited hy their military friends to
visit the encampment. A huge bo .fire had
baen built, and round this were grouped several hundred! of visitors, a ho were linerall
rtga'ed by the corps with exce'lcw hot cciflee
and cakes, after which space was ilea ed
round tbe fire aud a*i hour or two was spent
ih dancing to the music of tht baud. The
Yolu tears deserve credit for affording such a
trtai to tba citizens.
Tua Fcaiass.—A late Washington de-patch
lays : Presil nt Rotirrts, of the Fenian
Brotherhood, was un th * fl ut of the House
to-tla., and was cordial y recci ed hy the
•U.ion membeis. The movement already in-
augnrated hy the Feni.ns ti idcuti y themselves with the par y ot freed im has * rea iy
excited the Copperhead pipers here, and both
■p*ak of tbe affair in t. rms that * etray great
alarm. President Roberts feels confident that
hereafter the Fenians will go with the Union
party—Oregonian.
Tic Coaoi '.oal Mink.—The Sir James
Douglas will sail f r Cotnex on Monday next,
and will lie there till Friday. M-. C. S. Nic 1,
manager of t'le Nana mo Coal Pomp ny, g es
up io her to examine the co I seam discoveed
by Dr. Brown In tbat settlement, with the
view, we understand, of opening a mine. The
company have had two men on tbe ground
prospecting for some weeks.
Coibiction.—In our resume of the sermon
preached at the Camp, on Sunday, seveial errors crept In by an oversight of the proof
reader; tho word "sin" being used for
" soul," and "despotism " for ' disposition.'
Tbt lentences should read thus—"To use a
botne'y Illustration, man's s.*ul is ns a chariot
irupeil. d l.y s< ven li ry, Irre utar a* d rest., is
t'.edt. T tir name'are I >• inct, appetite,
D slrt, Passion, Dispo it on, Habit and Opinio*..        •	
Brian ro Japan aso Chisa.— A te'egiam,
da td Wellington, Ju'y 17th, mys : The
House has passed a joint resolution relicvitu
the China Mail Steamship Company from obligations tn slop st Honolulu, but rcquinnu
them to make thi tern instead ol twelve tr pa
yearly, nnd npp opr at n_ $500,000 to e tab-
lish a line of steamships between San Frnn-
ci.co and Honolulu.
U.S. Troops ok Puokt -*oij_d—Th» Vnn-
counr Register says: Tbe troops al Fort
Steilac'.em may pmsibly be sent to Fort Towns-
end ; and perhaps both f rts may be abandoned.. All hearailab e milit rt force in the
Department Is needed in the upper coun iy.
Farm Nanaimo—The steamer Sir Jnnie
D ng'as arrlyej last evening from Na aieo.
bringing e ght pigsengcs nnd a small freight
The ship Ri.i.re would finsh loadinj abou
Iiesday. H.M 8.Beaver sailed for the North
yil'.erday morning.
Foa Portland.—The time of saiPng of the
reamer Fidellt r has been changed Irom eight
e'elo k nD Saturday till two o'clock, in order
to accommodate passengers by tbt .tl xnndra
from New Westminster.
Lirty.H—Capt. Samp's new steamer wi I
k« launched f.om Trahey's shipyard on Satur-
**T a-t-raoea.
Exaui-atios at Mrs. Bk.ws's School.
A larger number of the parents and fri* nd.'ni
the pupil- assembled un the occasion of this
examination ti-an on most similar ones
Tnert wai qu te a gal ixy of ladies, aud Among
the gentlemen we n..t ced the hou. Speaker of
tht House, the Superintendent of Education,
ibe llev. Mr Somerville, nnd Messrs. Todd,
Yule, C. B. Y**ung, Picket, Marvin, etc, etc.
The young I .die-, hy their prompt answers,
reflect d the greate-t iredit on Mrs. Brown s
tuition, and some of the senior pupils, in
music, achieved quite a ir umph. Brief
add* esses were del iv. red by Dr. 11-liin.keii and
Mr. Wa.hlinitton, and tbe prizes having been
diitributed by th - former gentleman, tbe spectators retired highly gratified witb the various
ptrformancts of l e pup li.
Death—We regret to hare to announce
t'l- dea h ia Portland, nn Sunday last, < f
Capt. Daniel F. B *rns, one of the pioneers of
Oregon, and well known by many In this
Colo. y.
Foa   Nitw   WE-Tim-sTXR. - The   itesmer
Alexandra  sailed  for New  Westminster tbi
morning at 10 o'clock with   20 to 30 passengers snd 4_ ions freight.
For Pethop l hi. ■ The Western Cni n
Te egraph Co's bark Onward was towed out
hy the Sir James Doug as to-day, and sailed
f..r Petropoli.ski
TELEGRAPHIC.
To-day's    Despatches.
SPEC A'. TO Tilt. mil... TELEGRAPH.
Pan Fiuncisco. July 96th — The slii|.
S la-* liiei nniiin, ftO day* from llonukniii.,
irrive.l ibis inurtliHg. lion W. M. Pin-
ule, is npp. n eil art'iiir Coloiiinl Stcre-
nirv for llniipkotilf. The doolie si ir
leililn wns ilesli'iiverl bv/fire off I lip* J.ivn
c ust on the li'.'h A|.ril. A iniitiiiy had
pr. viousl .■ nci-i r ed, ntnl let. men Sugg rl
it'll (nit in irons. The _hiif mute, o
up nentire iiufl furt" eiinLTiinis were lo-i.
Tlie Br t sit ship D.llilltilk, from Londnn
t, i Ili'irknn-.', s r.tuli'.l on Xa»hft'fi eltna'-
Mi 2 itli. It is not known wlietlii-r il t
erew were savod or not. An expedition
iitfiiinst the p'ra e« on the west coast hy
I'* glis'i gnnlinnts bull be-n very successful. On arriving at Linton, the rend, z-
vons of tin* pita ps, the peopl. having fleil.
the Chinese snliliers went ailiore and
iiiirned the deserted houses. Th*- expedl-
tion then penetrated to Nainsen, when
l.ietit.tmnt M inhering I tided with a smnll
force mid Rppronched the v.lln_re Can-
linn-dy. Sudden'* n inn<kert buttery
opened nn Irtn, bnt nf er n sharp engage
.in-lit he siletii'i'd mnl took it This is I he
first lime pirates Imve been -u.cea.iull.i
met in llip'f own li.iiint...
Brl lab _«t-_i_;ii_ sin ruclfflc Com**
iu ret'-
[Washington Corr. S. F. Bulletin ]
Fn-lnnd nlremly sees that when our
Pnrifli' Riilrond sh ill be completed, wi
slmll abtirb t> very Inrgo share of Ihe
O-ien'nl ciiinnierce which .ho hus hereto-
fo.v enj ijed. Kv deuce is not v»niiiiiii_
thnt her rn'ers nnd her nuTchunls n:« nl
rendy Inquiring how they can best meet
the new ronditinn of things, nnd overcome
tho initnral nilvrtutugns be1nn_lng to onr
t-i'OL'rnph;cnl position. A Biitis i line nf
sienmers between Hningliiie imd Suit
l',iui'.cisen ii already In Iked of. Of I'onr.c
ibis I'ri'i-h line would never ba pttil'y of
thn bin der of goiiur by the way of Horn •
'tilu. It wott'd lake the most direct route
leiween Japan and San Prnlioisoo, and
would thus Lent the Aiiicr.c-tu line nevernl
diivs eneh wav, nnd, us n conseqneitee,
British ii.lliienoe would I'gain oversltidow
ns upon our own pecii'inr field. If this
British line whs nlreudy eitHbtl_hed no
one would doubt for an iiis'nnt llml the
American line should also take thn direct
ronte in order to compete with it. Surely,
then, there eun Le no doubt that om
China sienmers should take the direc'
mire now, luc use when it   bus MUM nh
inlued I'limiiiand nf the Inula the fn-t w i
d si'outairi! the eslalilis'in"nt ol n B itiah
line, end in every event compel it In
enter the field nt n ilisndviiutiiire, if nt nl.
[A tele.ram pu'li-lnd "y in is• lav
announces that tJon.ress tins relieved t' e
I'linipuny from milling m Qiiiio tilu, anil
.iMered thou to ttinke tliii'tceii trips in-
steud  of  twelto  during ihe  j'tor. —I£d.
I'tat-QUAI'it.)
Mu. Ziss hem tu announce in ihe innnbit
ants ol ilctoria that he ha*, lately received a
large ass rt i.ent ot Children's t'ar.iages and
tlhairs, Fi.*ihin_ Haskets nnd Fishing Canes,
md a large quantity of Market and lr.\v lini?
Haskets, China Vases, Fanef lionds and Toys.
I ot whieh have to he sold ou or be nre
•ehruar.v next at _reatly reduced prices
(■'■oil.. S'.ld at who esale lor cost puces      *
Mr. Digiiv Palmer requests that orden for
t* aching, p'aying a*.d tuning Pia lofortes, and
f>r instiuclion in Singing, may be left with
.Me srs. II hben k Carswell, Stationers and
Booksel ers, Government street, or at his residence, near the op of Fort Btreet. »
IIknuval —Mr Hihhen requests ns to state
hat he is tow removing his bookstore trom
ne old stand, corner of Yates and Lai.ehy
air eta, to the Hue new pr* niise- in the Masonic Building*, tioTernraenl sireot, where he will
pen in a day or two. *
Mb. Fbeihak reques's m to state tha' he
is about to remove his Variety store f om
Waddington Alley and corner ol Governraen
aad Cormorant streets to the la ge itore on
Jo moo street known as tbt " Queen's
Salooa." *
lilt: I/.... lllilluil  iu It).
The Wnlla Walla Statttmnn contnins
the following remarks on n subject which
Is just now of great interest to our neighbors who live east Of the Cascade moun-
teius:
A proposition is now before Congress
transferring the control of Indian iiffuirs
f om the Interior Department to tbut of
War. The prnposed change is correct
nnd cannot be nn.de too soon. The present i*ystem of Indian man gemeut is expensive to the Government, mnl is attended wilh no corresponding advantage.
The Indian can only be governed through
his fears, nnd for this purpose a military
* fiber, backed by a fie of soldiers, is 1
fir more efficient agent than a civilian
with h|s t.l.mki'iB and trinkets. If the Indian wns cnpalile ol gintiiinle, this system
isf iitiving his friendahip would imve some-
liinir to recommend b, but when it ia understood that he xtlrilu>te_ el! such con
cessimis to the fears of the while man, t
*ii!l be seen at once that Ihe > feet of th,
-v-t' tn is essentially bad. The ualherllig
of iliem together ou reserva ions with n
view to instructing them iu tli*. ans ol
t'ifllc-d life, Hierever tried, lias fuileil.
n the lutl uu chnrut-ter the element oi
n'ogicus does not exis', and hence tl e
iff.irt iiuide iu his behalf hus been lain r
lost. 7 oi al y worthless Htid without one
ledeciiiing trait . f character, the sooner
ne disuppnir. rrorn the earth the better,
in the iiiiantiine, as a mailer of protei-
lion to the wbitts, he should be placed
under military control. Iu this way,
although the Indian can never be made
uselul, he may be reudeietl harmless.
Tat NovE-Tias in tbe Silk trade this senons
ire the beautiful Gros de Suei, Gros de
-.ondres, »i d Groi de Pekin. A choice lot ol
these nre for sale at tbe Losooa House ; alio
isilendhl stock of lllack Gros Grains and
-.InC'S, trnm three-qmrters lo a yard and a
'1'iarler wide, l.ougnl before tbe advance in
ih>* silk maikei. *
New Aiiv_.ti_e[in:iii_
for fcan Francisco Dire a
THE NEW AND FAST SAILING SCHOON-
er
3S_CI3STE_R,V-A.,
To sail on or about tbe first of August.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
E. B. MARVIN,     '
jy 13 Wnarf itreet.
NOTICE.
IT HAVING BEEN CIRCULATED IN THE
Town that I, the undersigned, have made
a D> ed or Assignment tor the benefit of my
Creditors, I beg most positively t'l assure my
liiendsand the public that su-h is nut the
case, or is it likely io he sn, end I am still
p-epared to execute all commission-*, collect
rents, debts, 4c, with my u-ual promptness
und despatch,
PARIS CARTER,
Rent and Debt Collector, General Agen', 4c,
No. 1 Fort St., Victoria V. I.,
jy20» Opposite "The Ball."
J.   NAGLE,
shipping M. ster and Commi-sicn
Agent
_£&
/ REWs SUPPLIED AT THE SHORTEST
\J Notice—Goods entered and cleared at
th" Custom House; Manifests, Charter Parties,
and Hi Is of .tale made out. Vessels bought
or sold.
Hay- Several small Vessels for sale or
charier.
Office—Bastion street, near the Police
Barra ks. • jyl7
For  Portland Direct.
THE FINE  SCREW SlEA.MER
Iflft
"FIDELITER,"
CAPT.  M. C. ERSKINE,
Wiil  sail  f .mi   ttrn.rlek'l   Wharf,   for ih"
nbine por ,  nn    >.\ I I'ltHA V,   at  2   o'clock
p. in., carrying tnd.*!! and  pa-seng.is,
Kor particulars api lv ou hoar I, or lo
J. P. COUCH, Agen',
jy .5 Whstl sireet
PRIVATE   BOARD.
Boatd   w th   Comfoitably
Furnished Bed-room,
Six Dollars per Week.
-STATVES   ST.,
Next Door  to  the  Anglo-
American.       j>*-'5
WILLIAM   LYO.VsS.
- AND—
Commission     Agent,
On the Comer of
Wharf and Johnson Streets'
New Adv._ni_t_r.u_iH_.
NOTlUiJ
—or—
C0-PARTNE.1SHIP.
BUNSTER
nAS Til 11 DAT
ENTERED INTO
Partnership
WITH ALL LOVEPS OF
GOOD   ALE!
     jv 17-lm
.\i -,\  A n er _.< uu ins.
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVi.r.\.\;.:\T street.
'ITIE   AROVE-NAMEU    HOTEL   H.tVINO
1   b. en . p. *rd u
JOE      E__J_G__\T_
lie trill be  hifpv i_   tn -■ t l, i *   Irlinak  "n oil
owailnBi,an   ailf      ibthetavitk
II.*- L-
Wincrj liquors, A'c, Porter, fie-,
and    ijj r'
BOAHD A.VD LOIiCiING P_IR DAY $1.
_-_T B.jr .t. II- na I B
I all ..nil ,cc the * - .   .  ■ -'.     JOE pr--
shies and k.-* p* • r iir. jy 10
Jesse  Cowper,
Wholesale and Rcta:! Dealer in
BOOTS AND SHOES,
LEATHER,
—A.VD—
SHOE    FINDINGS,
"3T.A.TE3    STJ=l__:_E3X,
OPPOSITE WELLS, FAU'J ) k On.
At the oM stand of Well. It-r k Co., ■
prepureii   to   supp'y   the   wants  ut   lit
pub iu iu hi. line.
The Latest Stvhs
Received l.y every urnvul from  l_ii_lm
tint! Sun FrainiM-o. |vV
Sporborg & Euefic,
COMMISSION   MERCHANTS.
Importers nnd Wliole.snlc Dculers in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Hoots and (Shoes.
Wharf street, Vietoiio, V. 1. jy 2
In the Supreme Court of Civil Justin
Vancouver lda>id.
THE BANKRUPTCY ACT, 1831-
r mciiAUD woods, BBPtO the CBIBF
I, R.pfistrar of t e said Court, do hen b
certify tlittt on tlie sixteenth dny of July, iu-
stKnt, a certain deed or Instrument b»__r!og
ditte the 26tli day of June lust (I8liij) and
made nnd c_ecut- d hy nnd hi-twee i George
Jay, Jittnes Chestney Haiti and David Browne,
Copartner! the ein described, rfl'liiiff ninlii
ihe 3t.vle or firm of JAY k COMPANY of the
one purt nnd Thon.ai__oi*_ therein described,
trustee fur hnn-elf nnd 'he rest of ihe creditors of the snid Ueorjt. Juy, Jnmes Chestney
Bales, end Duvid Brown, of the other purl,
hi inji it deed ur instrument purport'njr to convey ull the copartnership e-tu u nnd t'tfc.-H ol
th ■ 8ftid George ,hiy, Jittnes Chestney Bales,
nnd Dm id Browne to lie applied fur the bene-
lit of the creditors of them tlie suid George
Jtiy, Junius Chcilnry Bates, nnd Dm id
Browne ns if 'h y hud been from tbe date
thereof duly adjudged Bankrupt, wns on th
said sixteenth d.iy of July und At the hour of
il':30 in the forenoon of such dny brouirht
into my oflice for registration, nnd was duly
registered pursuant to the provision.- of the
Bankruptcy Ac', 1861.
Given under my hand nnd Seal of the Supreme Court of Civil Ju-tice nt J.imes liu..
Victoria, V. I., this sixteenth day of July, A
D., 18.6.
RICHAUD WOODS,
Chief Registrar.
rtonr.nT Bishop,  Soi.icitoh,
Langley street,  Victoria. jv 10
JM OTICE.
In the Supreme Court of Cicil Justice
Vancouver Island.
i_sr  _3AKriCRT_ri«Tc;-5r.
In re Jn.v & Co.
i L' persons ii.wiui ci.AHisoy the
.1   above K tanar  r*queiled Ibrtbaltli la
-end in thesnme t>i Mr.James Ch Itney ll.l*'-
8 ed mini, nt the N'.i'sery of Jav ._ (' * . Vie*
toria , a nl nil p.rsuns indebted to ihe said
Est tt are desired forthwith to pay the an nnt
ol their r spectiv- debts o the said James
Chestney Bales, whom the Trustee has nutiio-
riseil hi receive the same un account of the
sa d Eitate.
ROBERT BISHOP, Sn'ici or,
Lantrley Street, Vici* rui
Dated 1 Gth July, l-tltl.' jv IG
$50   REWARD.
I'•HE ABOVE  REWARD WILL   RE P,UI'
to any person recovering the money atnl
Deposit   l.eceipt  for  $!)00  on   the   Bank   *.
British North Amerirn., stolen from   the* C*ia!
Pit at Natmirao on Wednesdav, .lulv .th.
GEOllUE WALSH.
jy9 3w* Nunainio
Mrs.   He in
KEEPS   CONSTANTLY  0-*   HAND   ill.
miest lasuiuns in
MILLINERY
—_i _
Prices to  Su t the Times,
governmi-.v r   sTa   r
»«tweeB Fort asd Brongbtot* jy S
J.    SPENCER,
DOUSE AND BI1IP
F L XJ ISA. _B E R ,
Ctfts-fitter nnd Bett-hang-TJ
Corner Yates and Govo nmeat Btre.ts.
All hranche* et tbe above baatoMi rrac-
t;cally done with u ate si a *l * esp__.b, ut
uhutges to correspo d«iiii tbe tiaiea*
 hj}__
TOBACCiJ PU..JT
ARRIVAi* Off AIOrHEB C.VRQ- nm
A ir^ittia cS: Cuba,
VIA   ASriNiVAt.f.,
Of ttte Jlo-t   fe c'-ratcd Cran.ls of
TOBACCO   &   PEG-ARS
EVEP. IMPORTED
Pnmples cm   b*   hud   ut   II -".CLPO',"
corner %'j,te- and G< vt-t" u e*n .er-e's.
I e!-n,„rtv on Ihe huiireis at tnr OLD
•TAMI on jti ".i-ON' SrltKBT and WAD*
I.ING ION ALLEY.
r. tiiPBrix,
jy2 \n''l.l'llt '-EG \<>  -TnpK.
EX   FIDELIT3R
A Choice let of Eacon
.1 it is t,  .Arrived*
For Stt'e ly
iv 2
P.   Gilligan,
RTOKR 8TRWRT.
HERMAN   faHCLTZ,
• -A      -
ntaWiH Known and Old Established
Mi tid
Ih-3 Govcrmrc^t st. Boot Store,
Has just ro iv ■ 1  p r iteaaer
A   FINE   ASSORTMENT  OF
Lld'e*' v.nl   Children's   S .oe?,
Which \n i.fT.rs at a verj loiv ■ lie;.
Receives by saeh it i   Englnnd and
_i..n  Fran
BOOTS     <Sc    SJE-IO_E3 3
FIN   ST   A.VD   I 1ST QVAI,:. .",
FRENCH      E    THER,
-  AND —
SHOE     FZN'DmSS,
A' prices IO UtBtff.
	
NOl'IOE
S'ip Mohtwk io-don
fc__IK\KIT '   N("'
V.-^t* bs contra, t* .1 by tin- <
j.vlj    ' '.V.
\ * I.
W.LS0-. & MiimYi
QrliOCERS,
Provision, Win i & Bi.irit iVterclutnts,
BAXER3 & go>;f£Ctio:,lrs,
lO.iT ST., VICTORIA, V   I.
SHIPPING     SUPPLIED.
   i--
REMOVAL.
The -At ;1 known
JEWSLR? F_T_.Li.HH__..
— hf—
J.  L.  JUNGERMAN,
Has been removed to hi. NEW STORE
IS   THE
masonic. Buildings,
GOVLUVnEY(    SIUEE7,
VICTOEli, T. 1. jj 9 '
Now  Atlvot'tlsuiiiuiiis.
New AtivLTtiserneitts.
FASHION   HOTEL
AVD
Concert  Room.
;he on'y Place cf ..musement in
Tow n!
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING LEASED
these well  known establishments, bcjjs
lt-a e to announce that they wi 1 be
It .-opened on Saturday, Jay 23.
The former Billiarl Ha 1 has been convo ted
i to n Concert ll.'om, where may always be
found attentive and obliging attendants.
list qualities  n! Wines, Liquors, and Cigars served by the pr.*prii-tor in p rson
CHA'S. BROOKS.
J®" ADJIJSSJOH F-E-. jy 26
NOTICE I       NOTICE !!
1.1R0M THIS DATE THE UNDERSIGNED
hus c-BClud. d to reduce his price ONE
HALF ; and hereafter the
FIRfST WJ£8 AKD IIQUORS.
ALE,   UEElt,   Ac, Ac,
Will be served at tbe
"METROPOLITAN"
At TWELVE AND A HALF CENTS
per sample.
The public ivi'l please call and sample, snd
satisfy th mselves that the v.ry heit is to be
had at the above price.
T. J. BURNS,
Metropolitan Saloon, Store street.
J/26	
ST-   LOUIS   COLLEGE.
IN ANSWER TO CERTAIN INQUIRIES
made hy lathers and mothers of tamilies.
6 have the honor to in orni the public that
St. Louis College will he kept open on the
same fooling as tin ing the previous yea s,
mid every possibecare wi|. be taken noi <-nly
to i.dorii the minds ol the pupils with all the
knowledge which a goid education lequires,
hut also to inibtte them with sound principles
of honesiy and moralltr.
The course of studies will comprise History
Ge gr-p'y Ari hmetic ancient and nio'lern
languages, English, French and German, in
short ell the department* ol a complete
course of Instruction*
The College iiill he conducted under ilie
patronage of tbo Right Rev Ilishop Dcmers,
liy the Very Rev. ,t. Al. .Mandtnt. Superintendent Iter. Clint. Sepbers, Rev. W. Moloney,
Rev   L. Kaiipts und l-ictmnl Louis Pearce.
jy2U lw J. M. MANDART, V. G.
Sun 3 ay    School    Pic-Nic
or TUE
First Presbyterian Church, V. I
I
FRIDAY", ut 11 o'clock sharp, whence they
will marefa to Anderson's Giotc, adjoining
Juy k i o's Nursery Gardens. jy 25-2t
HE SUNDAY SCHOOL SCHOLARS ARE
Dissolution   of  Partnership.
'piIE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EX-
1 istiug between James Grahanisluw and
Thomas Is, Morris, Con'ractors and Builders,
his been dissolved by niutunl consent, Mr.
Morris huv ng retired irom the business, which
will be carried on by Mr. Gruhamsluw,
All  persons indebted  t'i   the firm are re
quested to pay tin- same to Jittnes Ortihomslu.v,
and claims against the fl in must b -.presented
within fourteen d -ys Irom this date.
Victoria, V. I., July 25th, 18-6.        jy25
Chains and Anchors.
TWENTY TONS CHAIN
Short LiPAed and proved .rom J to J
AND
AFCHOBS,
From 20 io 801) pounds.
For Sale by
PETER M'QUADE,
jy .13 Wharf street, Victoria.
For  Mew Westminster   Direct.
THE    STEAMER
ALEXANDRA,
CAPT. J. SWANSON,
Will sail for New Westminster Direct on
Thursday,   at   10   A. M,
jy 23
TO   LET
'piIE BRICK STORE, CORNER OF FORT
JL     and Wharf stieet, TO LEI'.
Inquire of      THOMAS GOLDEN,
jy H Fort street.
IFOTTjMID,
YESTERD'Y ON GOVERNMENT ST.,
A SMALL CROSS, ..ppare tly from n
lady's necklace 'I tie owner may re over it
by paying fur thisalvc tisement and applying
lo. A. F. KEYSEIt,
jy 2 ' San I'rnncisco Cignr Store.
*ea Baths'  i*ea Baths'
25 cents.        25 cents,
rpHE  UNDERSIGNED   n   GS  LEAVE TO
I     nf rni the public thai he has established
a iiist- lass
Salt-Water    Bath-Housb,
Moored just above Douglas Foundry.
N. B.—Bathrs taken to the Bath-house free
of charge, by boats from the foot of Johnson
street
86." Between the hours of 1 and 4 p.m. the
Bath-house will bo open for Indies only.
jy  18 .HI 11%     IS    11».
NOTICE,
MARTIN   BROS.,
IMPORTERS OF
Groceries ani Provisions,
—-F-'UEPUOOF BUILDING,
LATELY OCCUrIED BY 1/HOTELIER A Co,
REMOVAL!
Tho Business of
THOMAS WILSON k CO.
Recommenced    on
MONDAY,    JUNE    19th
In their New and Commodious Store in
DVC_A.SO_LTia     HALL,
GOVERNMENT     STREET,
(Opposite the Bunk of Bt itit.li Columbia,)
WITH   TH  IR   USUAL
WELL - ASSORT! D    STf CK,
INCLUDING *
Goodsreceived by last steamer,and compii>in • Silks, Shawls, Printed
Cambrics and Dress Mat* rials of every description;  Long
Cloths, bheetinuS nnd Quil's;    \ elvets, Twe.ils,
Laeo Curtains. Damu.ks. ileps. Chintzes,
Gents', 1 adits' and Children's
Hosiery and Gloves;
_ rimmings, Arc. jy 3
BEE HIVE HOTEL,
FORT   STREET,
YICTOBIA,    V.  I.
HOWARD   R.   THOMAS,
Proprietor.
i	
"ALWAYS   ON   1IANJO."
jy a
"WHARF
&TBBET.*
ti*
hi
LONDON    HOUSE,
May 30.-., 18GG.
Our Importations for tlio present .enson are now
complete by arrivals per EXPRESS this morning,
■nnd tlio cxl.nxivo shipments now lauding from tbe
EASTERN CHIEF
Onr PRESS, MANTLE. SILK, SHAWL. MILLINERY, LA' E. HOSIERY, DRAPERY, FANCY
mid UPHOLSTERY departments nre now replete
with the newest mid choicest pood*. Eith«r Wholesale or Retail customers will find this the best stock
we havo yet offered.
LOXDO.V FIRM, VICTORIA, V. I.,
J. P. Tun stall Oo, J. H. Tamer & Oo.
For Sale -Ex Camden,
Host-tier, Backer, and *ng_.tara Bitter.,
Oregon Cider In kbit, and e.i.es,
<lar. t In casks, half-casks and eases,
Saulernc and fattfornla Walt. Wine,
French Alcoh.l 9!> O.P.,
IU.. i i:<i'r t, tlnnini and liollcnrrr Cham,
pagnr,
And In 'tare a flie anaar'arrnt      . r .rdy
and liquors inlltb.efoi   k   Trade.
ttW Depot of Havana Cigars.
ti*
EUJtNE TUOMAS,
Yates itret t.
T__-J.E_A.IIUS
Photographic Gallery
(UP  STAIRS).
I HIS GALLERY, LONG AND FAV01U
I ably known t Victorians and Sirangers,
hm lai-iliiica in tbe w_j ot light, material!,
ke., an.l the expeiience of the i roprie or enables him to furnish Cartes de Visile, Ambro-
t.rpes, anrl photographic work ot superior
inisli ui.equalled by any other home in town,
and at as low prices a. oraia i«t_»usb-
.•jests charg* for common and inferior
pic ures—in lact at piicea to suit th* times.
•Jartes de Visite, - • 15 per Dot-
Out door work attended to at short notice,
und on the most reasonable terms.
GEORGE    R&Bi-NSON,
h « PiajwlH 4
Fact*.   :md   Scrap*.
A Tiger Storv.— i k_ lnuglitr-r of the
Moomla, or In ml man (if tlie |iUc_, wus
affianced, in tlie ruil. nnlivo f .nliion, to
one of die yoniii. men of ihu vi luge, mnl
the r iiii|itinls were to come olT in a few
days. One Bf-Oiag the girl with some
of her fitnalc cotiitiatr-ns wen', ns was
their iluily v.out, to the brook nlrenilv
mentioned, to but!i mid fitch water In.
the hoiisehnltl. Tiny li id berg tilistnt
but a (pi irier nl in l-tiiir, *hen the n'nr •
li■■•_. voice of it tiger, and Ilia |iier.-in_
ibWeka of ■ lie worn n, «uil.l. uly In*.ke Ihe
-il.nce of the hour, mil In lure the tint eil
villager, iiu al >na'I'll llii'lf Ctrma, ill*
gir.s Came llvin; l.aek -till liuu'or in
their Inc. k, un.I in n lew trirl.ll niitiiiiiiif.il
the .Iri-ii.It'nI I'.n'i tl.nt m tiger hud carried
I'ff   one   of llieir   Im.'/,     II.   una   the
Mnuiuli'a iliinvj'iii r Use ki:i-tne'i itt*ilieil
bat with ln.|i. I t-« l.eurts,'o lite res. ne
Foremost ..inongsl litem) mis her int inleil
lui.li.iiul, tin.I .Jim. I f his *-i*lt! his nvmii
brother, tilted lo him l.y u ceremony,
common  ntiiuil-st   this jiecple, ol   lusting
each othar'i Wood, mnl sucuting lo Muml
by ench other in nft r life, conn* tvcul,
_One woe. While the rest wi'iv .ulluwi.ig
with skill nnd ratlilon tin* bloody trice*
of tlie ii,on«t. r mnl his |irey, these Uo,
dashing on tlirnuuli Ih" dense jnift'e,'po.iii
came itgi.iu upon tin* o'Jeot of their
.enroll. In a ism di fit,, h apuee (wlii-li I
ifierwnrda visited) the tig.l wns crniteli.'ti
over lite ileiid body of the girl, tvll'ch be
hud already begun  to devour    The up
pronch of the hunters ronsid him, nnd
he nood over the tint cms, growling do
fiance nt tl.e two ID en. In » mom**nt "it
arrow irom the bereaved lover's bow
pierced the timer's die*., It struck tl(_•■ |*
tind true, but not Rf> in (in apon.illg
pliriis.) lo strip I lie dr.ifrl.nl beast, wlin,
iroru n di-limi'. of thirty pui'Cf, cum.
down, with his peculiar «ltirl«iiid ru<h,
111ion his DUailant The ruling man hud
j; St   timo    to   tinny    his    " _ll|lp.e, '    or
buiilo uxe, from lis girdle*, when tin*
tiger _e'r.ed hint by ilie left wrist. Tinman, leaning well buck to )Miii mom for
the swtn_ of the nxe. drove it with nil the
collected b< ri'iiffth of r .fio it ml despair
in'o tho liger'l fore nun, Revering the
massive bone, nnd leaving the blade
buried iu ilia inu-cles Kt'Xl moment his
head was f I lulled wlfllin tlie inons'er's
jttWB, mid he fell (lend upon the (.'round.
priiite the t per, tamed by die lo s of
blood, turned round nnd begun to limp
away. All nccutrti) so rapidly, tliut the
•surviving comrade had not siiot a shaft,
but now, maddened, l.o tint to tbe re-
treallllg brute and sent nrrow niter arrow
up lo the feather into its side und neck
until it rolled over, dying, within a few
yards of the ill fated joiing couple. 'I he
tiger siill breathed as tt.o test, of lilt)
pnr'y enme up. I ii y struck off its head,
di.ieve.i'd the mu-_l_ by which the foro-
nrm .till odhi't'i d lo the shoulder, ami
with theso spo |a, nnd the wangled boilies
of the poor victim. borne on litters, re-
turned u melancholy procession lo the
tillage. The ubove miuu>e details I hud
from the chief setor himself, a stnK/..rt
yonn<r fellow. The event had occurred
not more than ft month or live weeks before, nnd tbe sun dried strips of (1-sh st ill
adhered to the ghiiM.lv trophy on the
pole 1 wished to have brought ihobones
away, but. tl.ey j_a*e some comfort lo the
poor old Mnourla's heart, They reminded
him ihut hi* diiuybicr liul not died mi*
nvei i-ed..nd I left them there.—" Touch
ing Tgers'' in all the Year Round
PlIOiroTIOM     IN      THE     I.XfiLI.r.     AN11
FrtEXCH Armies— I wns scut down hi
the regiment, pot ilirnugt my drill nnd
riilinj school iu it very short time, and III
two years from Ihe date of the enlis ment
wa_ promoted to the rank of corporal
Winn the C:ini''nii war had broken out,
my regiment was ordered to the Km si,
nnd I had then been nboill fifteen years
iu the service. It Wa*. tluriiu. the fearful
Wilder In fore   Se'iasiopnl,   that    I    was
made n troop Hrgeaiit-muJ r, nnd it was
then ihnt. I met "tilt uu old ii.-qunin-
tnnce I had been over lo Kmnicseli to
take clmrgp of some stores, nml went Into
One ef the Frenc i sutler's huts, or tint.,
to gtt ti clus-t of brandy. Several
French officer, wre sit'ing there, ami.
taking their CofTee, Others their ubsiuthe.
One of ibelli sprmu up, ea'lcd me by my
name, nnd mlviiiie ng towiiiil- 111■ ■, diouk
me warmly by tlie baud, asking me in
Knitd'Sh—or rather iu Irish—dOW 1 was,
To make u lout; .lory short, this Wat nn
old phiil'eiow of 11),nc, In my native
v.i|:i:;,e. Hfl WAS It C.illiolic, ill, I a
neplicw of the Catholic palish priest
His uncle hid sent him abroad lo be
educated for their church, hut the young
fellow soon discovered that he had no
vocation for tlie priesthood, und took
sei'vico ns n private soldier iu a Fiei.cu
regiment formed of adventurers from all
parts of Europe, and wh ch ulwuts scries
in Algeria. 11o hod got bim-eil natorul-
ised a Frenchman, hud been irausferre
lo tho Chusseurs d'AliiojUe, ami, when I
saw him, was a first e plain of some
three years' standing, ex)iectiug daily Ids
promotion to the tank of 'cliel d'escadron'
—w!mt we .should call mnj ir. He had
enlisted in tlie French urmy about the
snme time I lint I hud taken service iu
the English. Ilu wns close upon being n
field-officer, while 1 hud only just been
mnde a tioup sergeant ttt'.j ir. Aly friend
told ins that ho hud never had the si glu-
f.'t interest, id__.pt what ho had made for
liitn-elf. lie wore the L> gion of Honor
which he had «ou alter some Itnjd-loilghl
skirmislt tin Alrica, when be was _'ct a
Don-commissioned officer. With s very
.
I iile care, he M.d his pay suflicetl In: a'l
h'S wauls The only help he ever hud
»us forty pounds fiom Irs UBrtV, the
piri-h priest, when lie became un officer,to
enable him to buy his uniforms ; a d a
subsequent ten pound note when he was
proinoied from sub-lieutenuut of the
Chusseurs d'Afrique, lo be lieutenant in n
luiicer regiment. I thought st tbe time,
h hnl iuimuieiable iidvauluges the French
set vice has over our own, for one who is
tl cnrnesi.—All the   Year llmind.
2\_w Advertiseuitiiis.
FACTS vs THEORIES.
"Qivctne a place to rest my ltver on,"
says Art'liiinc-d, "and I will move tlie
world." " Hive ine pare and unadulterated
.lru|_.," says Mcli.i'l, of the olden tiinr,
-' anil I ivill cure dttiaM
In ,nt* scn*e, both of these learn* . punditi
were tin* veriest charlatans. They knew there
was no place to rest their lever on. either to
nova the uuilil ur cure .lisease. Me. hanisni
WSJ in a backward state, nu.l the medical profession was bin ai.'.tli.-i name fur sorcery,
and all tlie adjuncts o! uii.gic liltcis _nd
. harms at itie " .-vi, eye," &e.
Ilio ilicae lane-days Invc borne tino us
->oui. tlnu_ more than even saperstiti.ia mnl
il* aigw ev.r .heimi of in tli'ir mul.leaj phi.
Icsopby. In these days nf practical science,
ivhat was theory > I Jfeilerdsy l» tact m-ilny,
an.I all the obi lime nonns t.ec..:ne nl liubules
in the fan, anil burst and break wilb every
tircinh we rlraw
l.i-t Aicl.iine.les shnuHer his levrr and we
will linu a re. 1 iri_r place for ii to move ihe
mnl.I. I,**t min*. anrient Medicos pant anil
luil no mare tor ihe drnpr. lie so sorely needs,
lor we have tin m at our baud, ever rtady to
serve litem nt his be. k.
Hi-lined in ihe laho ntnry nf Or. Kair iel,
ibe fi'.est materials known In I lie medical p.o
fesilnn are obiainalda by any on*, fJi-*
llilllous, Hy pepuc, »n*l Itiarrhrea I'illa aland
unrivalled, and his Hal vs operates with magi-
eal effect up in liur_l, scalds, nnd all .ores and
ulcers nf tin- skin
In fact, we lliink M.igoikl's Pills nnd Sale
areilie no iler of ltd* century, and we arp
nappy in ihe ihau.ht tbat many others ot our
hr.tliri'11 ol tin* cra:t i.gre'-wiih us. VVe would
earnestly cou-'Pe' ihnt all larnllfea provide
fliemselves w th I'r .ilap_i-l's I'rep.i.niions a
in c -. and keep them re idy nt hand, *o as io
nst' tIn m nl ilie m*ist onponiine lime and as
'..'.■iisjn.i s.'1-ve .— Valley  Senlinel.
>etV  A.IVi'I'l.lSillliillS
Alhambra
B1LLIAB0 SALOON,
co_i._it covEtt.nE.r md iites _rs.
tTP-STAIRS.
Enlranoc on Yates £tree*.
Iv3-lm
J.  P.
ES & 0..
I
ACrTIOMtltttS Si   < O.IIMixsltiv    MKIt
t'llANTS.      still- aeoo ill,    Kiivpeoor    hi.....
II.Ei).tln_. WliinT Mreet, near Vale..
.t_f* Cash    Advances    on    Merchandise    for
Site. -^H jy 2
WILLIAM   LYONd,
— AND —
Commission     Agent,
On the Corner of
Wharf and .Tohason Streets.
Iy 3-1m
CARRIA E   PAINTIN-
IN  ALL 1T.S BUANCI1ES,
Yates Street,
Between Deluge Engine House
and the Iu'.et nation il Hotel.
Work   soliciied,  aad   dan.   on   tbe most
reasonable ti nun by
W. M. KEUIIAS
jy U-!m
L.   BETTMAN,
Dealer in nay goods, croceries,
1ID0i'S A.VU -HOES, k., ke., kc.
Jv II 01ympii,W. T.
WARM WEATFIER!
ICE!   ICE!   ICE!
\    LUXURY  WfTIIIX TBE  KBACH   OF
LA all, supplied by
VL12X.    _PHII_1L_II?-?.,
FORT STREET,
To ray nothing ahont Ginger Beor, Lemonade,
or Soda Water witb it.
-_-?*• The way to keep cool.
jy-3
A. & W. WILSON.
Home and Ship Plumbers
GASFITTERS,
b:ll-e_ngers i tinsmiths
FOltT   STREET.
All orders promptly attended (o
hi
ICE   CREAM
STBAW-iBBI*S AID CP.EAM.
All the  Delicacies   of  the
Season
—AT—
A. W. PIPER'S,
<.ovi;it.\>iiM    ftrni.ET.
OPPOSITE THE THE t   RE.
hi
ST.   TOUIS    COLLEGE
WILL     RE-OPEM
On IrTonday, 6th iSugu t*
iv 5-1m
MisCL'll.llH.'OUF.
A   Triumph   oi    Science
—IXD--
TOE  LIGHT   OP   THE    WOULD
DR. MAGGrlEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE.
Tr.fs.Lfa .Ir'ng r-maill s ar* sit, f> th* flr t
I i.«v imlii a.vtolli v r -I ror (.vara-plaiter
fa  inlur/otjri at  . .acti.*.* thclugre-UHia in tn, au
Life-Giving Fills
H »■ b. n osbI with th. urt.t.at su-rps-. Tli Ir
tii's"! n Is ti |t*»j a r nn' Is sa-. I.ut tn * nre
I'ltpv .e rith **'i .1, v.i'-.m, mil a .by h ch lit.-
[..ticnt is sulf-Ting   ai.d i.   uilg**ia>.   t «    s'l.n
*''1"m,' J. lh"» «'»"'l in'lr.u ..!«..l.,.o, ofth.se
iaha .tc I'lL  s nill  rote tube
A to FOUNTAIN OF YQUFH,
Fnr |.. prsr- -i-e  f.ejt a-1.1 new life ar.*l v-lta lit, a***l
i-t.ri'tli. n n   f\,rjs ho.r   ri.ti... ., ,'u*. T
H.e .mm. an ml Jl ■ , g.;l tbi-j ..ill pr te m**.t in
v.lu .Ir, a a rei j, .p-*,-tli,- a.ld s . r In/ iiio.lic.tt,*
rrei a,lr.*«m r-Mt-Ah tint I' iicd.-I,...» soiuh
f*.r it....* tiun.tr it i-.Mrs s_*.. ant i,**.bi- f **i..i. .■
.ouk tl fora I ii tain it.at wodid restore ill* o _ t .
'. ignr am] make * outli ev.r
An Internal Spring I
It «as Irft r**r .hie ... and hour tn rfal'Ii* the dresm
and ,„..w in o*.a glorious f..ci the n.a.ic that „ adi
i* fair.
TilESE  FAMOUS  REMEDIES
Cannot it r th   flight nr j»%m, b-1 fiAT cin fore* bick
an   i.til.l     l.*i , til-. .-,■ i   hat  ml   Ulr-   it  ovh.   if
■tg -I  and   H>e   'iniiis'      I>1  i f   iiet'tttf   t  en,   bu
m tz.i tlto -4v» nliltt Uiipuitua.ty that offer*. Wh«» t.k«
ai pie.c .bed—
Fcr Billious Disorders
v'o'hinr'Cdn le mor* potluc'l e of eur* th«n xhtso
PilN—fhoir nlmo.t in j?b mil enoe in felt at « ;
■ii I tli' iiHual o nc 'Mii'Mi.i . f iliis tn it dii*tr* i.inu
>1>. hi arn umjvud. Tlie t rtin die. a» m_tdi irom
th« i'-iMII
VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS.
Th j wit not harm th. rn"ii delicato f.*m.l-, and
ra ba .1 n hi li g >od utTect iu .rus.rlb.-d d.sr. to
the )oir..s*l tM.«.
For Cutaneous Disorders
And sll.ru tl «« of    he.kli'.ihti SAUK Is  mot In
v.lutl'l-. It ,1ik*s n tit al si. nil ,- at .„ , l,i- ,,. „ .
it '.- .' i h the mo.t > arc.-1.1/ .-II o.'. to in. v.r. , uu
of._»e._l.
DR. BJGGIEL'S P'LL
invariably cure i bo follow! ig Diseases
A tii mi,
ti w t romp-alati,
C0>HhHt
Ouidi,
Cm it DI eauti
Con v-'oPm,
D -p'pil.,
D.anh a.
Dm ty,
D.-illtT,
Ftsver and * gi •.
rBmatcOfimplaiat-.
a ta'aclif,
lndi'  -Mun,
lifl-  II,
liiilim.n t-on,
ln.mrd w.alcnt»»Pf
LI >T (Jmii   lai   t,
Lowi o*. fit S  iril»,
Kin_. nor m,
li.iL'imiit Mil,
ialt     10'ini, ..r      .
dcaldi,
Skin Di ease*.
•ST* VfiTICB.— ^fmeffetrin.. withmit tbe _HtTtT»"<
trade.niark   mini aoub pot or lioi, f.\gw\ b> DR. J.
** GL )., 43 Fiilioaitreetj N_w . ork, to count_rfe t
whl h ii tel.mv.
KT Kold by nil remectnMe D'al»ri in Vfd.P_noi
th'nu h i;t t:i.< Unite i 3 -iiei and Caxi.c*—at 23 cuuu
pernor or jiot.
A. O Langley & Co.,
Agents for Vuncourcr Island and British
Ooluuibia,
Misc^IUne<u8.
lEiT.isH    PEH10DIJALS
The Lond)n Qiarterly Bct'cw (Coiucr-
vative).
The Fdinbn-gh Review (Whig)
Th^ Westminster Revi w (Radical)
The Korth British Review (Free Church)
— A»U—
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (Tory)
Hit 9JV Mltl Tf-"iiM »'i_>'. »ir \|"t*p» rr>tT A
Co.. t 'nrril j '0 »'it- <d «■ I * limM II »■•■»»,
-it.i Dt. k*r.«.i. tin* 'ten J • I. . I toil in i li ■_■*•<•-
r ,i k. W h . M>r Mi «•■ r* wi hr id n - \n li<-«ii" • u'
t ii- fla«», »ii ttv-rii-a. t* >n« Mil r.l i Inin ll-.t.,
n |l ioo be Mllof-il.'" > fliiipl ttii llm» in wirn-h In*
ttc«—itil i # tirl>iii**ii |i- *o ■ mut ••*! r«*t v»* y
r«l I >■ in . Tb » m v (*t fiid «i d i'imI i-i »*. li i .
tin'ft •• l.y . I v |h<i,4« oi iltu tg  uir,,   •    _f/#|f HHtl
.-Lid   |Mrt,S,
ur- IU. cKwoon li   ii-hj.ii«1I    at' a-t.%*- «t   n.i.
tint" t>>   A-n.-it  in. Dot   only f -    It    %#n   . ar *i    f In
I tin u >h A m rite! "f m**\ n bm for  \i* »<■!• u n of
ktf  I*..*   «iv«l   w r  nnu   btttng nl t«t  ijr C i.     on
B ik-. » <•• •m"'."Tn-.T, clu '. •- taA toUttii. J. £.   ,
tuart ol ill* Cu-iltniMn'e a tin,
TnnMS Fort isog.
P«*r any on* of th* f*views  f l per sn un,
K ra... t»» <>f*l>e It-vlrvf.  7 ••
for say.it.r-.-i.f tit.   setters 10 '*
tn alt fair of ilt^lVrl.w. I. "
F.s lllactwo *l's >l\ .as   _ "
F.r Hack wo.nl and *0. Kevl »•  T "
For U'u k*-.,l aid ...y teres ,.f the li*.
vi-w# 10 "
For ' l.oawo.i aud lltri*. ..'tlo* H. »l*»    .11 *
lur HI *lI. word .uJ  ti. fair lettrwi lj '*
C L U IIS.
A dl'pount nf ticenty percent w I'« a'lowed tn r'ubn
e>(    ''in   or    iiiMf.   I'lr-o a       T >'w,    f*nr  c p|M  d
"In  kwi'i.d    or   iifnll"      rVlfW    »i!   In*   Hfnt    I ■ <>nr  thi ■
drett <-r »l'i '0     if>ir«! pi'i of inKitui   Urviem and
U ickuood   1 i 948, and ■_• on.
P 0 S T A 0 E.
W'-en «"t by "ail   the I'o'. ml  io • nr pnrt ft th*1
Unit d    t   i ■•>  .'-.. M.i-    u   t-r-iii   •urr.nl   <   yen loi
"    t.-l' K.\i, -P "   aliu Li it   • iff II O'Oli 4   Ji4t   fill'lACll Of
tbt n-.iftv-
Re need Prices for previous years*
S iUtiIk1.*.  may  obtain    h«   R^ovhil-   iiuineaifttrljr
ireci'd'ilf 'S- fi, m (o.l w->, r\z. :
Blackwottd from d«pn m ft    IS 4    to  Iteccubfr, .SCO
liici'iiivr, m t>it' rat" of $2 bO a >>-'<r
Tbe North British tn ni I*. ry   18'3.  'n hwrml*
1 lift, iiirlti-.ivM . t' t Edirdiaruh   nil t--'- Wettmintter Inm
|. II    IR'4,   f   Ur  c,   IH,   indu i.--     ... o    tl>.
Lond'tn QuaHmly uflhif yi«f II 5, MHii iatL*t.f $1 SO
4 >L'»r mr •■■<< is <>r hii.v   eil w.
gjfr A   \~rvi i. jili-i yet r mi in >.f all the four Revieui
foi t*G3 it (4 *t ift, ill ..1.0 lor 4tiy om.
LlOWiun   SCOTT   &   CO.,
rubl.shers, 38   Walker Street, A".  Y-
Lft a Co., *ili.» publi.h th«
FA.Tll>A. F Pl'3 O-XJIIDE
By IIm r FTrTii*!«  of Ed'n'ni'ih. tid''«  ln_# J.  P
...iTi>.\    i   Y  ..     n|iis..'i*     ivuft   Uo.ta. 0:iavo,   J.UK)
p iff", ti   d inline ml     fc-KJit.ni   ■
1'ice $7   for   tin   two Ttilume —by Mail, pmt   pi<d,
■|H 00. ,  l.v-8
ROYAL
INSURANCE
FI51E   «Sc  LIFE.
CO-iltal, - - Ten Million Do-llnm
BSBBVE   TO    »-t_3__T    LOSSES
Fiv«Million Dollars!
tU ICES ..UN. It, Fsq    VPrnitltUAN,   PERCV M
1I!.V_, MA.VAtiglt.
_),t* rnrnpany ha« nnw lit. laTrss* tncnme for Fin
'I- I.if. Pr.'.iil.nn. i.fs tC'l.i.ptt.i)- In in *j*..rl.l.
Tli. <iii.l.*rs..i»-d. A*/"t'*l-f*n V.'-cnnvw l.l.nd ami
llntisli ifOllllnbt-. r.-tinn t■. .r |*l titailar II st.k. to th.
Willi. f.i. CH ir ti,iirnii'.ir ol tl.. H >*■ *l sin.. ttu* ,.|.*-n
n_ *.f lie ae.-i.rv, an.liil.*. I** he Viclo.ia Fire loin.
,.Mlliu. fo. tli.ii v-ilualili-..rvices.
The Fire llr.nitj..
01 Dili "ffiH'j in IH\ wa- nearly £~t.M* tint ol 1HC3—
ne ink hi ..rtoii-t _ili.it. j.iioiinh-.l U, fllO ,000
lli.' iHt-niti I- of till
l.lfc Urnncli.
lUi i1«<i lariffiy iMMMll   line* tht   l'ir«-el"r#  rtdueed
ll«j«*«ktd lite __,.(fli.-li -ttiiiliid.
Anderson &Oo
fftore Mitti,
Agentifor Vancouver Uland mid DrltUh   Cilnmtrti
Mi_;itcii_vr\rj,»4'
Mutual Mariie
IMSURANCE  COMPANY
0_ SA\ FRANCISCO.
'jFriCR.—N. B: Cor. Front * Californm Sts
Oapital, !hS.-»0!I,000.
AHKBATB FROM RATES OF PRKMIUM
clnirgcd, wi I liereultei ne rand, by this
'ompany, as la>f._ as allo_ied oy any respon-
lible Company or Agentsy domu bushusi 'n
this City.
This Company ts engaged Plxcl-Slvelj ti
!\ta,rin.> lnisurance.
WAR RISKS TAKKN.
A!   losses paid  promptly in   United Sut.ee
fold Ooin.
jajies p. run,
Mi e-ll-tneous.
THE LANCASHIRE
Insurauce    Company.
Capital,  Two Millions Sterling.
M_si.li.ale. Kasha    (•   ■ir*»<-
l elides 10. CoraHslll.
I.It., pool 7,  \\    l«r> (*••!.
l*ls.|o. 4  ■•■lb  ll.n.T.r air*. I.
Bis ml   |_>n lb. Kir hang..
Il.l.lol SO, tiro a. U lire.I.
|TAV|\0 IIFEV AI'I'OINTKD AGENTS
1 I lor ilie iibov. 0 nij.nnjr, wr tie i-ow pre-
WW lis tnke inks al rules »s tiu.dfrule as
il>_*. ol ..iiy oilier r''*p.*nsib> i'oiu|hhj-.
Wi KtoKMiUIICKII * S' lll.uK.SSEB,
\ an. outer I.Uud A.ent'jr.
jy i
ISTCTICE-
Big   Ecnd,   lrilish    Columtia.
IU'RI   (I   THE   Ml. INC.   SEASON,   TUB
/  nml.rri(_i.. tl will Im |i-.|,nr.-d   to f-Iitul.
•urte)!i, .iii'l iraoMiLl a t_.-ii.ial ageucy busl-
ll«.-B   lit    lllg   II, -1. U.
J-IIN   MOItlllS,
h i Cm) Engineer.
I UK  OM.  'IIll.NU   WANTED.
IJOLLOWAV'S TILLS.
The Itliiuil.
These fnn'ous pills nre so composed tha
tht'y operate wholesomely on lite sinniarh, the'
liver, tin* boW-lg, nn.t oilier orpuns, hy eorreet-
ittR nny dpiiinfrmiente in their tnnctioiti,
w hereby a steady Supply of pure inn tennis tor
tin- renewal ol the lllood is liirni. h.-rj, and a
i-oii.taiit Jib8lr:icii<in ol effete products in .f-
tetted. Tina perfect circulation thus becomes
Hie very fo iulniii ol health nnd lile, and oret--
c.nice nil form ol iliseuse wherever its situa-
tloo.
t.ciirriil IHniii-iI.'i-i. ill   Ilu-   Lire t'
und Mumacl..
All who ever indulge a" 'able either in eat--
n. ur ilrinkiii*/, sliniilil liikenbouT ten of t__|.-
Iiiiii.itli) pi limit bed t in..-. In,in whit li willr.'.-
Mil a eleiir h.inl and f.'on.l. lonmeh ihe fill tv-
in_ Diornitig. Thoiistii.ils ol l.n.lies are at-
tv iy* con |«l:iinmi|* ot sick headache., want o
nppelile, wnnt of en* r.l, ainil waul ol eirenpih,
'n cm reel all these evils. thr"enr i'iui O' ihe>e
Mill -hoiil.1 be tnken twhie a w_*-k, wlien ihey-
w.ull i-fr. the inviilid .ne h.ulib ami apj, elite
ol a |.'uii_liinnu.
Fciiialcti of all ipfs nnd CIuhnc .
OIisiiihlions nl tnv kind, either in yonnir
,.r ihnse heitreen lort.i anil fifty.-lb   most eflt—
inil peii..d of life—may he rndicnllr reino -'\t
by uhiiiiu ihi's-e  Ptlli nocordlng to t!ie printed
directions which Heeumputiy ench bos.   Youuji-
pVratotil wi*h fit-kly and   sallow   complexions-
mny have Ihe bloom ol health restored by llnr
corrceiiie,  wtich  purifies  the hlnod  niid ts-
peli all kii.as and impure humors from ihe-ys-
tein.    ttewnre  tbe_  of the  critical  age  Iron
lotty to filiy, as it sends  mnny thousands to
I remaiure gmvi*.—these I'ill. ahould he lakei
it ili*.t  period ol lite two or three  tin.rs   »
ieek
IVnnt  ur Mi. it^in nnd Ener_;_r.
Persons nf sedentary habits, or those trou-.
bled in mind, working- in Factories or Coat
I'ils, who ennnot obiiiin that amount ot fresk
air and exercise which nnnire requires, suffer
In.in wenknefi. mid delility, lowness of spirlli.
and want ol appetite. All such should 'ake I
lose or two ot these Pills every ihree or foni
days, as they act gently and effectually on tha
system and imparl vigor and energy to tbo.
body, which is always followed by a. good
appoiiir, sound and refreshing sleep, nnd a
high How of spirits.
Tor (lie euro of m-apsy.
The effic cy ol If..ll..wny'a Pills in Dropsy
i* exuiior.liiiiirv Tli'j nit uitb such a peculiar .Met I upn the system, that the fluid**
causi- g lltij iiirelul con-plaint, are petcepiibl
ja iled off and iireienti-d from any lurthet
i.t'iimu'aiiiin. The S'll'etei r gains a buoy,
amy of . piiils and rojiiteain a (onipleiely
renotaied i-oiirt il in ton II it ini'iiprnsnhly
mcessary that ihi> tiintment should he molt
* ffeclually rubbed Into the roinplaining par'ji
durii g the a hole course of Irc.ilmenl.
Children und Iholr  *i!mni»r
In nt. . <mut ry in the world are more cl.ildicn
carried lo an early grme than it. tire_t I'ihhiii,
Ciiii-hs. Meahl-t, Siailiitinn, Keten, and oilier
lilt-asis "Hack the little sufferers, apd death,
I ut ton nllen. follows at a inpid pace; -et if
at the firs' sia.e nl Utese comptalntj, j.arcnt.
were to have recourse lo lltilln.vny's Pills, til
dtinger wouK be atnidt-d. fur tlie slom.icb
mnl bowels would ne gently but effectually
,|eiinm-d by ibis miltl aperient; the d'braved
ii ii ti ut - rorreeiio nno iiiesi-creiions riuiv rigvl'
hue.I. A perfect cure would *ooit be el-*
feii.-d, and tbe 1'ttle patient restored to soon'
liealtb.
Holloway' PI. r wg the bait known reoedy In tbt
world f" ihe follow ng distases*'
PoM a* tlie i si. biislimenl of I'm easor tlohowsy. t_l,
strand, (near Tern 1. Bar.) I n*!m : als-hi all ree|*_t'
al.le D.n*lel«'l anil II.ales in Me ictn.e.I.r.aitl.oul lh»,
e.vilil*.**! world, at til. ollowlntr pttces-'l*. lJa., 8. M.,
I*. Ut.. 1 Is., __.., and 33.. i aeli box.
Female  Irregular.
( Is.
.Wer of all kind
rite
.out
Head Ache
IniligeslioB
lutl.Di (nation
■l;ii*n d
later Complaints
_'l*nt__0	
.'iiea
Khcarna-lna
tle.cntioD ef Urine
Asthma
billi.aisGo-'plalDt-
th
Qerofa'aorKiaff ■
. -Bvfl
-ere Thtnttt
- tone and t.'rata
^■con.larji Hftan,
l**_is
lie Do'oreox
i'u...art
Oteers       •
VeacreaJ     sOe*
lions      .
Worma   e f a .-
kinds
Weakness     froa,
whatever ems*
V   Tl.arel.  a considrrahte   savluj bj  Ukiiif the
rHrr™"_< for the („tit>_-i of patleuts Inavary d'jar
ler a-e altlxed lo *-sch l*ox.
Illntehea
skin
Bowel complaints
Colics
Constipation of the
R..w-l«
Conatrat tton
Del- iij
tlronsy
llfeentr.
Eris!|.elas
Pni-TiiaidPnbllsb.'dtiy^p.fcLORl * Co.,'*'
t_«_fl.e',t_flgleT.S...f..
i.la ?si
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