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VOL. I.
VICTORIA,   VAWCUUVBK   I8LAND,   MONDAY   EVENLNTx,  JULY  30.   18(56.
NO. 24>
THE
"EVENING TELEGRAPH,"
I-'  ;i.:-iu:n
Everv   Evcniiig at  4   O'Clock,
(Saturday and Sunday evenings excepted.)
also IfSSI
SUNDAY    MORNING !
Municipal
lly-l.aw lo  lU-guliitf   Ihe  Saul-
tary « oiidifloii ol the City.
TKKMS OF   I0BS0UR1OI I
l>r Annate, In iilvi.ii,-.., by mail, (10 00
For "Ix  inontli. 4    tl "i
I er W ek, pMalili'l<» 1 ;.rn.-r         26
lugL,t*>\lm,'.        Ill
For terms of Advertiscnr-nt apply at the \
Office. Lin le7 Street
Wit and lluiiiur.
Cdrioui Ki'iTAt'iia. — In Qelltgner
cliuri'hyiird is the tollowinjj epitaph, on a
lady'n toinhstoiii', nued thirty two—
The world, kind reader, I cpicd,
Looked around, linn  blushed nn I die I ;
Resigning nil 'ts tr.i lien' c isms,
I dropt iut   my M.ik'r'a nuns.
Anotlier—
Adieu, my friends, end children all,
1 nin*i obey : I '■ Almig ity'* call |
And child in dear, pray love ench otbrr,
And e'-infori your ..flee ion .te mother.
The minister of n di*8entio« chnpel In
Montrose astonished his heitfers by telling
them he wns to re-d.diwr the serin.in he
preiiei'ied uu the previous Sunday, because
be had ulisernd Mint ou 'ho Bret Occasion
when lie commenced his srriiiuii, the iu<>~i
intelligent of his conprcf^utioa composed
themselves for u sound sleep.
'I think,' r iid n fellow tho Other dny,
'I should unto n (jood member of Per Iiu
tnent, for I use their language, I received two hills ti s'int I'niu since, wit1,
requests till' itn-iii-iliuti' |i:iyinent ; I be tine
I ordered to he laid "n llifl tnble— the
Other to bo read that day six mouths.'
A gentleman lately complimented n
ludy mi her Unproved eppearatico, 'Ymi
arc guilty of flattery,' 8uld (be lady,
'Not so,'replied he,'for I trow you ure
ns platnp ns ii partridge.' 'At Brat,' Buid
the lady, 'I thought you jruiliy or flattery
only, but. you ure now uctually making
game of me.'
Some blunders which have been made
by bud ip< Iters ure quite ludicrous, One,
on cldelng a letter, says : 'I would write
further, but I have u |niuo in my bead !'
Another, a shoemakor, sending to a
friend en account of ft cousuuinu fire,
says, 'I huve lust my awl 1' What a
dcviistuiing conflagration there must have
been.
A friend wns one dny reading to
Douglus Jerrold an account of n case ii'
which a pcr-on mimed Ure Was reproached with having suddenly jilted a
young I uly to whom lie wns engaged-
' t re seems to Imve turned nut to ho a
base 'un,' said Jcrrold,
A DlRTtRUfCI—
" Whenever I'm awake In bed,
I lie and think," Tom Bounoer said ;
To which remark the prompt rep y
Wufl, " When your'c up you think sod lie."
'Nobody ever lost anything by love,'
said a  sunt' looking   in in.    That's   nol
true,' suid a Indy, who henrd tbe rem irk,
'for 1 ouco lost three ui^his' sleep,'
' I think our church will lust a good
many years yet,' said a waggiih deacon to
bis minister ; ' 1 sue the sleepeis ure n-ry
sound:
Ii is aggravating to sec a good-looking
man wrestling with your wife In a wait*
without hiving the prlvilegj of going up
aud tightening his cravat
A woman shouldn't be loo sweet. To
be smeared with honey is to be teased by
insects.
' I will never marry a woman who
can't carve,'said M. 'Why?' ' Because
she would not be a helpmcut for tne'
Snook's wife loves to make bread, bc-
ennso it cleans her hands beautifully.
For Sale Ex Camden,
Hosteller, Rocker, un.!  Vinro-tura Bitters,
Ores nn Cider In bbls. and eates,
tlar. t In casks, half-ranks aod eases,
Snoternc and California White Wine,
French Alcohol 99 O.C,
En;, (liquet, Jlunim and Bollcnjrr Cham,
pngnr,
And In "tore n die n«nr'm'nt      (trirdy
and Liquors tiiltab.e fnr   k i Trade.
*©- Depot of Havana Cigars.
jy«
EUQENB THOMAS,
Yates street.
i;V-L.V\V.
v... the Miyor in. I ■ la C mm II
i. i.v virtue of tbe powet aadavtbarity
vi-n-d in as by An A.-i  io Incorporate the
Oltj "i Vi.t'.na. |. seed the seeoiid day of
August, ...le i--; I, in ths T« ii;..- i ■
nf the re gn ot   II- Majesty
Queen \ i tor ... i ailtul* I, -' The Victoria Incorporation Act, la'.i, ' hereby enact as follows :—
I. Nn i ei - -hi oi persons oc mpylng nny Mcs-
B top, Bulldlog or o ber Erection, or
any I. ud or other Pn tnl -■
di  it' liei s   inll bo no occuptet
owner < of  un.   lie iu igtf,  Shop,
Building or other Erection, ..r sny I.nnd or
other Prcmisi - a Itbin the City, ►ball bave nr
permli or inflfi r to I . bi r or tbeir
Messuage, Kbop, Bu . >.r nny
I.un.I or other  I': en dd,   anj
di:,li, gutter, drain ■   b-pit emitting
noxious or offen lv« effluvium . r smell, or
.un •:■ i,-1 ed so  SS lo lie n nil is nice to or li.ju-
ri u~ to ihe health ol any person or p rsooa,
or any i■-.-. Ine kept .. as to be a nul mace oi
by n s ion of the sienth th. reof, or
i mure, refuse, offal, ashes, filth,
or other matter or thing emitting noxious
or offensive effluvium or smell, or any animal,
veget ible or mini rnl  matter ur tiling nlone ut
i with i.lie r matters oi
state of fermentation, putrefaction, decomposition or decay, . r emitting noxious orollVn-
ih g . ,l v. ii in or smell, or permit or suffer
any Messuage, Dwelling Liouse, Shop, Erection nr Building whatsoever within the said
be in ' filthy state or Infected with any
kin 1 of vermin or dirt or emitting noxious or
re effluvium or smell;   Provided, however, that no per or. or persons shall in- li hie
tu nny penalty for tbo Infraction ol  I
law until be, she or tbey shall bave received
ii tice f i tbe Mayor and Council In manner
hereinafter mentioned, ;. d until  be, sin- or
mil Imve negli pace or ilnio
tie- >iu mentioned to abate nr ro novo tbo offensive matter or tb nj noticed In sucb m
and il.'-r hi comp'alncd of, or to do tli - net,
t-i.,: or or thiuj required of bim, her orjhetn
i.\ -ii it notice ..ti,,in thesp-iceoftimelimitod
in notice,
And  where is  ii  is eiped ent for t
got enon.-ui "i  the City I    i u Banil ■■    -
in ■   iiu be ap                   l to enable such (\»ni-
■ ;..-■ i, or !-■!• tbe removal I report nl nuisances within tbe said City oi
Victorin ;
Therefore be it enacted by the Mayor and
Con cillors of t o City of Victoria, with tbe
consent of II. i. : a y tho Governor on
Her Majesty's behalf:
II. Prom and after the passnge of this V,y-
law tbo Mayor and City Counci lors may Irom
time to time uominnto thtee members of tho
i Council tb act as a .-- inltary ' lommiss on
for tbo iii*! ■ io' Inspecting, ordering tbo
removal sn i repor Ing oil nuisances nul . thei
tbo * tinuanee ot' wbich mny in1
! .-is to the public belli tb.
III. rho Commission slmll perform tbeir
gratuitously
IV. 'I io- Coi i i '; 1! '■; in- power I i
ent r any Me mnge, Dwelling House, Shop,
Building or other Erection or Land or other
within tho City, aad whether or not
d or tho cnrtll iga of any
..i'ilu- same, and inspect the condition of the
same betwi in the h ui i of eight in tbe morning mid eight in tho evening.
V. No person or person I shall permit, after
due notico in  th t behalf given, nnj   animal
■ table   matter   In   n  d comp ised   or
putrifying condition to remain On tbepi
001 upn-il or .... i.i .1 I.v bim or tbem.
VI. Tin- rum in i isl m on behalf of the Mayor
nnd Council in -i no: If} .:., pi ■   in or pei
on   or  occupying  any   i uage,  dwelling
shop, building, or other erection, or
the .-mill ■   mf -ii-. oi ihi ber land
or premises «Ithln th" cltj. or ii tbo ■■■  bo
i.ii.H-i ,i. the owner "i snj  inch mes-
liousi     .
i. or lie- curtilage ol >uj of th
..iii, r lai «iiimi  tin- oity on
which any matter nr thing may be .loin-, permitted, ot      I   red, contrary to tin* i
.,1' im    by- ■ •    ■ I    in.-   form of
s bedulo A .inn.-'.' 'I i io remove such unit*
■no.- as bell itioned, or to elo io up, pit*
i if.. . ver, or cl - ass any well, i
drain, privy, ditch, or gutter, or otherwise lo
it.- ii," matter or thing noticed in
Hii.-h notice ns in lien- Judgment shall seem
meet by giving no h o in writing,
" h'"l de nr. i .iid | signed by i .v., or more of
ih.- Commission on behalf of the Mayor nnd
I'oiiue.l, specifying tbe act to bo done a nl the
time in which the same is required to be done,
such notico may he given to the occupier or
owner of such messuage, dwelling house,
shop, building, or other erection, or the cur-
tilageof any of thn same or uf the land or
premises in the city, or hy leaving tbe same
at his, ber, or their Inst known p ace of
abode, or by fixing the same or a copy th. reof
on   some conspicuous j.nrt uf the premisis.
VII. In the event nl any Uessa.lge, : hop,
Building or uth"r erection, or nny Und or other premises within the Oity beiu^ unoccupied
and the uivm-r nr owners thereof neglecting or
refusing in sbftto or remove any mutter, or
ihiuj: .ione, permitted or suffered, contrary to
the requirements of this Bye-Law, either,absolutely or in the tenns-of nny such noiice as
aforesaid, duly served .is aforesaid, within ilie
lime in thai bebnll specified it slmll he Inwfu)
lor twu or more of ilie Commission, on behalf
of the Mayor and Council, or ih-ir Servants or
agents in that heliilr, lo do ibe net or acts,
matters or things, lequfred to bedone or performed by such not oo at the costs and charges
of tl.e owner or owners of su h Messuage,
-h 'P, Huildinjior other erection or nny find or
oilier prem sps, the Slid costs and chArges
to be recoverable l.y Action ns work and 'a.or
done nnd tooiicy pnul [., them lor the us.-of
such owner or owners ns if dune ut his, lo r or
their actual request, or in such other formal is
proper in law.
BCUKDOUE A.
It the Owner
Null 'i   .    hereby  given that you   are re
'l'i red within days from th« date her.-
ot to :.i dsfantl of so doinjr
you will he  pro.'f.,..|.-d   OgalttSI und'-r the pro-
vislons ;"i Bye^Law to regulate
saltan eoadltloa of the City, ldiiu
i.i;iili:v FUA.MvI.IN,
M    or "i i1..- <':v of Victoria.
lltb i   -■
iViium I.tioi. l i.M. Clerk,
New Advertisements,
WILSON   &  MURRAY,
GItOCERS,
T-Eir:
.Mi'-i-lln'i-
EVENING TELEGKAPH
FrovkioD, Wine k Siiiiit llerultaota,
CENEiRAL
BAKEES i WTOTKl.UEsJ.Iob   Printinir
EXPRESS LINE STAGES.
rym: OOA 11 USl W . i.
X   now ran .^vi'.g   V»(e,  U  V
oa
ntoudavN,
MtUm.'ttcIii.y-i,
.tnd I'rldujN,
AT T. A. ':.,
FOR    S A V A !\ A ' S     T P It It V
(Hi" R"nd Ronte), until [be conpfeffoa ol tl.e
roii.l, win.a i;,i-i will   o i"  -i   .in..'.- t&ngft
The Cuach for Cariboo will huve Vint on
Monday.
jy 2 P. J. HAiC^RD.
i-oitT st., vicTur.iA, v. r.
SHIPPING    SUPPLIED.
J.    SPENCER,
UO'JSH AND SI 111'
:p l xj :m: b e h, ,
(lii<-lilti r mnl Pitll-luiii^i-r,
Corner Yates an-1  Gove.nment btreeto.
All I.ranches nf the above business prac-
t niil Iy done witlt n-utii ss and despatch, at
charges to correspond with the limes.
jyO
ESTABLISHMENT
Langley Street^ Victoria,
The  Printing   Office
TOBACCO PLANT
ARRIVAT, OF ANOl'HEa CAEGO FK'JM
Yir^'Liihi & Cuba,
via 'AsriNWAt.r.,
r.i' ilie.ili.'-t   Celebrated Brands of
TOBACCO   &   SEG-AHS
EVER IMl'tiP.TEl)
Bsroples em   bi   bed  nt   the " AI>ELPH:,"
cor ■ Vnics nnd Qovernment streets.
I also carry on the business at my OLD
STAND on .imivt-'ON SriUSBT and WAD-
DINO l'ON ALLEY.
T. C11IPBKM.,
iv:: AOELPHI SKflAlt .STflRE.
SX  FIDElTlTER
EVENING
TELE6RAFH
Office is replete with everjr appliance
and variety of Material for the
Execution of
CHARLES    BERNARD,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
MM CHf.RTRES COFFEE.
And Spin's of ull Kinds,
No. 707, Sansome street, comer Gold,
Between JaekSOD and Pi-.c:5c.
First Premium awarded hy  tie  Mechanics' Institute, for the best Coffee and Spices.
The proprietor having Introduced Ptr-nm
Power in his Manufactory, ha mow increased
facilities to supply the trade nml the public in
general.   All articles from hii Rstabnsbttent
are piiurntiteeil io be pu o and utind Iterated.
The public nre rsspectlnllv InvUtd to cull and
convince themselves Country orders promptly
attended to. jy 2
A Choice Lot of Bacon!LETTER PRESS   PRINTING!
-lust   Arrived.
For Stv'e by
P.   G-illigan,
iy2 STOIIR STKKKT.
The "Grotto,"
OPPOSITE TIII-1 TELEOHAPH OFFICE.
In ull its brunches, whether
Plain or Ornamental
For a, glass  of choice  liquor go  to the
" Grotto,"
Tin re    " NOSK   nt'T   THE   BEST •'   J'OU    will
fliitl is the motto.
Mint Jnlepf, Sherry Cobblers—everything
cooling ;
Come ye that do thirst, you will fitnl its
no Fooling.
  jy -
THB FIOrsTEJBR,
ICE CREAM,
—riioM tiii-:-
PACIFIC UlltiUN HOTiL,
'PBIK   OFFICE   AI1IS   at  securing
X     such   Bncedy   Bieoution of order.- ns   is
consistent  with   correct and   elt-giut Wurk-
itiuuahip.
Ordurs received for Printing
13 AGAIN IX THE FIELD.
'PHE PIUlPrJETOU IS PREPARED TO
1 supply, as iisiihI, his customers, parties,
balls, etc., nt moderate rates.
PACIFIC TELEGRAPH HOTEL,
jy3 Store street
UAVANACIGAPtS,
LEWIN &  ANTHONY,
TOBACCONISTS.
47 Yates St., Brick Store
Next to Co tier of Government St.,
BEG TO INFORM THEIR FlilEXDS AND
t e pnblic in peneml   ihnt ihey  will con
Btantly receive   by every  steamer ft p;o.id   ns-
sortmentot«.fii:■ in • Havana siiras-s
and tho llcst UranilN of I <ll> K in
Imported direct foe tbis market, so tbat they
nre eble to nm-.ite with nny hf use on this
Island,   either Wholesale or R-liitl.
N.  Ii—Special   attention will be paid to
Country orders.
UElilA.N'   LEW1X.     |     LOUIS AXTJIO.NY.
ti*
Hooks,
Business Cards,
Pamphlets
Invoices,]
Catalogues
Bill Heads,
.Sermons,
Trade Forms,
Reports
Circulars, (PUin   or
Rentals,
Coloured,)
Leases,
Hand   Bills.  (Plain  ot
Law Forms of every Coloured,}
description,
For Prices,   apply   at the   Office,
Langley street,
SAN FR'AKQSCOCIGAR STORE.
a®" If you Want the Finest ~m
HAVANA   CIGAR
ON   TIIE   PACIFIC   COAST,
CALL   ON
Augustus  F.   Keyssr,
Government  street, adjoining   the  San
Francisco Baths.
A  FUE  HEW   STOCK   JUST EECEIVED.
jy 2     '
(sewing machines,)
ff0^ Street, Ga^^l
        M
!ll«t.t—Tt.« finfer M.i.l.inr ,. 1-.. n-Ir M.i.-hin* tl^ -
S     Will Mm alt k.uj. of iluth w.tl. ull l.udd uf Iktwd.
eer 73,ooo-©a
MACHINES  SOLD  IX TWO  YEARS
The almost Incredible increase in the rale of
theSloger Machine during tin- past two jears
Is owing to Ihe popnlsrtty uf the LET'IKR A
TBAN8VBRSK .-111'TILE Family Siachii.",
which was Introduced in 186ft, since which
time it Las earned ai I i hed* reputu-
tion for i.ii.uly u>- ; equal to the celebrated
manufacturing machines ol ibis Firm, which
are generally acknowledged, even by dcnlirs
in oti.er dewing Machines, to be unequalled
fur sin-li purposes.
J®-NO OTHER Family Scwinjr Machine
has such perfect and improved appliances fur
Ruffling, Hemming, Binding, Felling, Tucking,
Gathering, Quaging, 13raidii_, ior np, Q n-
ing, etc.
IrH" All persons requiring nformation
abont ourSewingMachines,their» izes, Prices,
Working Capacities, nnd tbe best method ef
purchasing,can ubt..i-i it by sending for a.copy
of the
SINGER   MANtTPACTlTBTNG    COMPANY S
ILLI-STIIATED   I'AMl-tlLr.T,
Which Is entirely devoted to tho sul.iect It
will be sent gratis, with specimens ot work.
Local Agents wanted in every Town.
WILLIAM rn.' HR1CK
General Agent lor tl.i- Sin r r Uanfg Co.
iv a
General NewB Agent
J, Stratman.
EMPIRE NEWS DEPOT
Cor. Washington & Sansomo str.
Son I^rancisco.
THE ATiV   Inr-F.R is   prepared   te  -
with punctuality and c lerity r. .- sAiesi .1
newspapers ai ihe following
terms AH orders, to receive iiamrdlatenttes-
tion, musi be acoompoiiled by cui-h l-enmiutu-.-,
and handed in previous to the 4th, Hlh, and
24th ol each month.
London Dntly Time 5H 01
"     Tin He!-1 -  Hi")
"     ]:;a.-tiiii.>.i Times., ..  Tun
"      Vfeeklv Timei       7 ou
«      B,i! . LI • in London 14 no
'     Wertlj Dtupatcl 11 .,0
"       III. >.-«•«..Il.e WerU  1400
».      pablie Opinion  7 t.o
■     Index (Frettrade] llfu
"      111. Sperling Kewi  SIX)
"     Bpectatur  lnci
»*        lle'-icv   14 0.)
"      Bali rdaj Kevlmt 14 CO
Pntit1- S» n 18 00
Urnii.  martial' i Newn  .14 00
aiIiil"j M.inilil; 30n
&lack»dadV Msgnsln« 8 00
1! irp r'sHagasind :t 00
SiMp.-iiin Mugurae , SMI
Kiilrki-rl...rki-r .,%..... S't'
Pacific N int'It  .... 3 Oo
(jodevVLadiwi Boos...,   3 oo
Muti'eal Host SCO
Continental MagAitne. 8 wt
M.-idnin Demomst'a ' nnthl.. 3 OG
F. Leslte1' new I'ninlty llatuziue S00
Ctinn'l..i-rB' KaiuburRli   oiirnal 4 00
Moiitlily papen,Onoe^ w„eiv ..6 00
■ ' '•      All the Tear Round 5 on
Tl.irln'rav'p CraliUl Mau.iiiiie 6 0C
Leii-li.n Laurel , f. 00
S. A  Snln'f T.-iiipleUiir CO"
ixn.<l"n Snoiety  Mi.HHiine 6lrl
Si. .inin.-.. Slss*ttne a00
Edinburgh K.-.irw 10 00
I/llldnn   K.^ lew 10 t»
NoithBrlitaliltevlew looo
^o.lii.in ler K'--ie.. .'JO 00
lnn.lon Art J.-aiuiil 1S0O
IHntiiB ,k BioilUng Mag 10 OO
1
n Wit and Humor.
J
After the roDcert of the Prussian
military in Paris before tbe Emperor,
Napoleon III. entered into conversation
with Kapellmeister Parlour. In the
course ol the talk, the Emperor lifted one
of tbe brass instruments, found it heavy,
•nd asked, 'Do your band p.-ople wear
their kuapsacks in tbe field us well as
curry these tilings?' 'Oeituinly, sire,'
answered Parlow. 'But how,'asked the
Emperor,'do you manage in retreat?' 'J
don't know, your Majesty; thut is not
practised uiuong our people.'
'Are you fond of Hogg't Tatet!' said a
rather rerJaut lady to a shepherd. 'Yes,
1 lik s em' roasted wi' salt on 'cm,' was
the response. 'No—but I meuu huve
you read Hogg's Tubes!' 'Noa,' said the
bumpkin, our hogs are all white or black
—I dou't tbiuk there is a red one
among 'em.'
Force and P*rsoasion—When The
mistocles went to Audio* to demand a
loan of money, he said, ' I bring mo gods
with me, Force and perstinsioii.' He was
answered, 'We Imve two stronger—Wunt
■nd Impossibility.'
The following error in punctuation is a
pood illustration nf the use ol (he cmnnm.
At a banquet this toast was given : —
•' Womnn — without her, mnn is n brute'
The reporter' had it printed :—' Woman
—without her mun, is a brnte.'
A lady, walking a few days since ,on
one of the wharves of New York, asked
a sailor whom she met, why a ship was
called 'she.' The son of Neptnne replied,
that it was 'because the rigging cosl
more tban tbe bull.'
A wag says it is folly to expect a girl
to love a mnn whom everybody speaks
well of. But, get tip a persecution, and
her affections will cling so fust that a
dozen guardians and Generul Grant
cannot begin to remove tbem.
'I suppose,' snid a quack, while feeling
the pulse of a patient, 'that yon think tne
» humbug.' 'Sir,' replied the sick man,
'I peroeivo yon can discover a man's
thoughts by his pulse.'
A German writer says a young girl is a
fishing rod ; the eyes ore the hook, the
bait, the lover the gudgeon, and carriage
tbe batter in which he is fried.
What proof is there in the Bible that
Pharaoh was a carpenter ?— He made
Joseph a rnler.
The Pleasures ok Middle Aoe—It
ia no nso reminding young persons of either
aex that the fine things that are written
nli rut youth and beauty ere often written
by middle aged, and frequently even by
fat, people ; that Byron wns  a middle
aged man whose chief anxiety in life was
not to become obeso : and thnt the prime
of life, both Intellectually and physically,
is snid  lo be the period  between thirty
and forly.   All such apologies are treated with a quiet irony,  and middle uged
gentlemen and ladies are considered to be
worthy creatures  totally useless for all
sentimental  purposes.   It is really high
time  that some one should  romposc a
Ciceronian treatise upon the pleasures of
middle age.    Of course it has its drawbacks.   It is  not pleasant for anyone to
perceive that the gay and frivolous beauty
whose conversation   he   is  monopolising
lias noticed incipient  thinness in his front
hair, and is inwardly inclined to treat his
invitation to waltz as if it were the overture of a courteous cow.   To be conwi-
otis that he wears the aspect not so much
ot a possible lover is of a  householder
and ratepayer, that no one will ever again
think of bim in connection with the moon
or a late or a  nightingale or any other
staple emblem  of romance, and thai, for
the best of all reasons, be will not in any
ease be able to  exchnngo locks  with the
future object of his affections, is  at firs',
perhaps a   humiliating Mflcction.    But,
m it wears off, a wise mn 1 will begin to
comprehend that his poci inn under such
circntnslances is not without some compensating enjoyments, and that life may
be very tolerably even to those to whom
dancing and  digestion have become respectively an operation.   Tbe first soothing consideration that will present itself
to bim is perhaps that he is as little mix
lous to engage in the more violent recreations of youth as others nre to see him
engage in  them.    The desire  and   the
capacity   hid   him good   bye   togethnr,
And  there are few  things in  the world
more agreeable than  the sense of motler-
ate and gentlemanly repletion.   The sober
philosopher rises from (ho feast of youth
in the some benevolent and pious spirit
in which  Horace tells us we  should rise
from  tho  banquet of life.   Grateful  acknowledging that he   has dined,  he   is
happy to stand by and see others succeeding to his vacant place.    It is not till the
blood   bas cooled,  as  we know upon the
best authority, that  the mind works temperately ; ond one of the first consolations of the middle aged man will be that
he is all ilia moro capable of a discriminating enjoyment.    The feverish hey-dny
delighte of youth  can scarcely  be considered  intellectual.   The  hot spring of
life,  when  every   bottle   of  champagne
seems genuine, and every cigar on Havun-
nah, when everything that  rhymes and
that is about young women's hair seems
poetry, and every young woman herself a
goddess, gives place to a calmer phase
when yonng women and other things ere
appreciated according to their real merits.
Mental  intoxication   is very entrancing
while it lasts, but mental sobriety, of the
two, must be taken to be a higher blessing.— Saturday Review.
FACTS va THEORIES-
"Give me a place to i.-st mv lever on,"
says Archimedes, "ad I will move the
world." "Give me puie aud unadulterated
drugs," says M dices, of the olden time,
"and I will cure disease."
In one sense, both of these learned pundits
were tbe veriest chat I tans. Tjr-knew there
was no place io res', their lever on, either to
move the wo Id or cure usease. Mechanism
was in a backward .tale, aad the medical profession was but aDOtbei name for sorcery,
aud all tbe adjuncts of magic filters aad
charms ot lb* " evil eye," See.
Hat these latter days bave borne unto ui
something more than even superstition and
its crew ever dreamt of io tbeir maddest phi.
losophy. In tli.se days of practical science,
what was theory of yesterday ir fact to-day,
and all tbe old lime notimii become as bubble*
in the sun, a d buutai.d break wi.h every
breath we draw.
Let Arcbiuiedrs shoulder his lever and we
will find a rcminf place for I. to move tbe
world. I.et miuo ancient M:-d cus punt and
toil no more for the drugs he so lo ely needs,
lor we have tbem al our hand, ever ready to
serve them at his heck.
Refined in the laboratory o Dr. Kaf.lcl,
the finest maleriuls known In '.e medic il pro
fession are obtalnah'e by any one. His
SlllloOf, Dy.peptic, and DiurrbiiNi Pills stand
unrivalled, and his Salve operates wiib magical effect upon burns, scalds, and all sores and
ulcers of* the skin.
In fact, we think MAMMt'l Pills and Salve
are the woi der of t.ds centuiv, and we are
nappy in the thought th. I many o.liers of our
brethren of the era i iigiee wi.h us. We would
earnestly counsel at all Inmilies provide
themselves with Pr .Maggiel's Prcpuntions at
once, and keep them ready at hand, so as to
use them at the most oppo.tone time and as
occasion serve.— Valley Sentinel.
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Between Deluge Engine House
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W. M. KEOHAN
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVERNMENT STREET.
'IHE   ABOVE-NAMEP   HOTEL   HAVING
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JOE     EDEN",
Be will be happy io meet bis  Iriends  on all
occasions, a.)    arid furnish them witb
Ibe best of
Wine?> Liquors, Ale, Porter, &c,
and ^igars.
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The Edinburgh Review (Whig)
The Westminster Review (Radical)
The tforth British Review (Free Church)
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The foJT R*vlew» re-puMiahed bjr Mr§er* cc*iTT &
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tuart, of the Confederate army.
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tecf The way to keep cool.
h*
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A   Triumph   of   Science
THE  LIGHT   OP   TIIE   WORLD
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   & SALVE.
Thew l/fe-plvlng mmedifn are no*, for the fir t
tf*»rt * v.-1 i'tiiii civ lotlr* r A. For over aijnaitiT
<fa 11-nt ii cv oiprl.ati-practice the ingredients iu cheat-
Life-Giving puis
Hit* be n n«d with the greateal auecen?. Tln'ir
minel>n if n t oo y tn i r-vvnt - is."in ■. but to in re
llifv ••« rcb Vt ih' various ntl«dlt| liy h <;h tin-
patient in mlTering, an<l re mvtgorafea t'.e niIin -
-.v-icm. T • thH a(ed mid infirm M ,ew doaea of Lheac
valuable PILLS will iron tube
A VfcRY FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH,
For In even' cace tSejf add new life and vlta'lty, a--
•alsra the Wininr n i,ifKlR4 m ihcir rlatlne aixiK. T
tho jonngnnl niiidj- ged lb y w[\\ pr-te innal tn
vitlu ble, ai a nu y, apoclflt* and tier Ih* tnedlciii';
ri-i.it ilruatu rauiiled, tint P"lic«-dc'lat'on mhi'.Ii
for ilnen hiiudrcd vt-ar* n-o. nnd nt-.ei fund, n(.
looked for ii f in (Atii that wuuld retture the old tn
\igur and make; outh ever
An E3tei*nal Spring"!
ft mu left fur ihfs dir nnd hour tn rtuVtr the drenm,
and   t-h w in onegluriom fact the u,u.;ic that u ade
THESE FAMOUS  REMEDIES
Cannot at<v the flinlit nf yean, hut they can force back
aiv' bold 'l-"ii, itiftM*'-! bat ml t.t iri innh QVti tne
ag d and the vnuD<. l.i-i n'-ne hesitate tben, bu-
•tlie tha fxvnrable opportunity that olfvrii. Whtin Ukun
as prescribed—
For Billious Disorders
Nothlntr can he more p-nducllee of cure than theBi*
I'ilU —Their almoxt mgic luff leia-e \n felt at c «-. ;
nnd iho tmual Ct nu naltanta <f tint m<it diotreaain^
din-Hie ai- removed. Thenerunidlea are made from
the jiureit
VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS.
Thy will not harm the mrnit delicate femnle, and
fa ■ bt> ui ■ n with good efT«et in preacrlbed desea to
the youiige.it babe.
For Cutaneous Disorders
And all eru li >ni nf Uir "kin, ( h" HALVE II imi-t in
valUiihle. It dnea ti t h«al ritemally ulon ■, but \r i\>-
Ir t«i with the inoU a erohlug ttff.ui to the ver> loot
of ih» evil.
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
lurariably cure tbe following Diseases :
Aithmi,
Bowel CorapIainU,
Oooftln,
ColdM,
Cheat Dheaaei,
Coativeneda,
Djf-pepsla,"
Diarrh-a.
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Female Homplilnt",
headache,
Indijj-iiion,
Infftieiza,
Iiillamui itmn,
Inward Weakn^ta,
l.i -t Complaint,
Lowiit'-. of SplrltB,
Ringworm,
Rheumatlam,
>nM   bl'ditn,
dealda,
Pronay.
Debility,
Fever and Agi **..
Miscellaneous.
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tSf Sold by all resnectnble Djalera In Mediclnea
throughout the United S.at«a and Camda— at 25 cents
per *X)X or pot.
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'IHE   ONE THING   WANTED.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.
The Blood.
These ruinous pills are so composed tha
they openile wholesomely on the stomach, the-
liver, the bowds, anil other organs; by correct-*
ing nny derangements in their functions,
whereby n steady supply of pure materials lor
ths renewal ol the Illood is furnished, und a
constant abstraction of effete products Is effected. This perfect circulation thus becomes
the very fountain of health nnd life, and overcomes all liii-iii of disease wherever its situation.
General Dlnorderg of Ihe Liver
and Stomach.
All who evi-r indulge u' table, either In eat-
ng ur drinking, should lake about ten of t':*is-
liiin.ius pill-.i,i bed time, from which will ree
suit a clear bead and good stomach the fill «•-
ing morning. Thousands of Ladies are always complaining of sick headaches, want o
appetite, want of em-l-iv, and want ot strength,
to cnnect el these evi.\ three or fnur ol these
fills .-In.,il.. be t ' en .wi e a week, wben they
wmild give iLe invr if' ,iie health anil appetite
of a ploughman.
■-VinaK-H of all Apes and Clasaen
Obstructions of any kind, either in young
or those between forty and fifty—the most critic I pel tod of life—may be radically remo. -4
by usinr ihe&e Pills according to tlie printed
direction! which accompany each bo:. Vounn
pernios with llckly nnd sallow complexions
mny have the bloom of health restored by thi:
corrective, irtloh purities the blood And expels ull gross und impure humors from the system. Beware then of tho critical age fron
forty to filly, us it sends many thousands to
nrematurc grave,—these Pillsshould be takei
it that' period of lile two or tbree tiu.es *
leek
Want   of Strength nnd [Energy,
Persons of sedentary habits, or those troubled in mind, working in Factories or Coal
I'n.-, wlni i-iiniii.i iil.inin thnt amount of frest
uir and exercise which nature requires, suffer
from weakness and dclility, lowoess of spiriil
nnd want of appetite. All sucb should take t
Jose or two of these Pills every three or foui
days, ns they act gently nnd effectually on the
system and impart vigor and energy to the
body, which is always followed by a go.nl
appetite, sound and refreshing sleep, and a
high How of spirits.
For the (lire of Dropsy.
The cfllc.cy of Holloway's Pills in Dropsy
Is extraordinary. Tbey act with such a peculiar eirrct up.> i tho system, that thn fluid;
causing thi.i direful complaint, are peiceptibl
.•nrrled off nnd prevented from any lurthel
neciitniilntion. The sufferer regains a buoyancy of spiilts nnd rejoices in a completely
renovated constitution. It is indispensably
necessary that the Uintment should he most
. lI'i-i-iiiiiHv rubbed into the complaining par'ja
during the whole course of treatment.
Children und their   ilinn nfr
In no country in the world are more children
carried to an early grave than in Great Britain.
Coughs, Measles, Scarlatina, Fevers, and other
diseases attack the little sufferers, and death,
bnt too often, follows at a rapid pace ; yet if
at the first stage ot these complaint?, parents
were to have recourse to Holloway'a Pills, all
danger would be avoided, for tbe stomach
and bowels would oe gently but efectually
cleansed br this mild aperient; tbe depraved
numors corrected ana tne secretions duiy regulated. A perfect cure would toon be effected, and the "ttle patient restored to lonni*
health.
Holloway' Pi. r tre the best known remedy in tbi
world fvr the allowing diseases:
Sold at tbe FsubllBliment of Professor Holloway, S41,
strand, (near Temple Bar,) L niton ; alsn by all respect
able Drugeta'a and Dealer. In Mo-<iciDea throughout tha
civilized world, at the lollowing prices—le. Iff., 5. 9tL,
te. Ed., Hi., 22s., and 33a. each box.
Ague Female Irregular- Scrofa'aorElog a
A  tliui.'t
hies
Evil
Uillious Complaint'
Fever of all kind*
Sore Throats
Flu
Stone and Grave
Blotehei   oi>    tin
float
Secondarj Sjmp.
Btin
Head Aeh6
lotns
Bowel complaints
ImligestioP
Tic-Doloreux
Colic*
Intlnmmailon
Tumors
Constipation of tbe
Jaundice
Ulcers
Bowls
l.iver Complaint*
Venereal      afleo
Connimi-tion
Lumbago
tlons
IMii'itv
I'ilea
Worms    o f  a
Oropsy
Rhcumatlnn
kinds
OyBontry
Retention ef Urine
Wttakness     from
Eryaipulas
whatever came
V*   There is   a considerable  wviu
g by taking ths
irxeralzea.
directn>n* Tor tlie guidmce of patle
uta In ever; d-jor
der are affiled to each box.
Printed and Published by McCicni k Co., a*
tlie office, Langley Street. €btmn$   Crltgnrplj.
MONDAY   EVENING, JI.'J.Y   30,   1106.
TIIE  ATt,AVTIC   < 1 III.:;.
New Advertisements.
The news which we luy before our render! to-day trill gladden tbe heart of the
community. To bo brought iui" immediate contact with the old world—its
Miociations aod e»cttt»—lo know every
important occurrence in Knropn almost as
soon as it transpires—to be nble to communicate instnuUneotisly with frirtiJs
many thousand miles distant across the
turbulent Atlantic—to be in fict united
by a more than sympathetic chord, by a
material link, to civilization everywhere,
what epoch in the world's history outside
tbe great Christian 0110 18Gli years ago,
can equal this ? And yet how tjiiiclly,
how silently, has this great undertaking
Tieen carried out I Heralded by no (lour-
hh of trumpets, no clash of anus, no
Koyul pageant—ut tended by licit her Ihe
carnage of the battle held, nor the shouts
of a victorious army—it stands on history's page today the greatest of man's
achievements. It was fitting that such a
project should have been conceived und
carried out unostentatiously, aud by men
whose claims to recognition rested not on
the breath of monarchy—not on unearned
titles, but on services rendered to mankind—fitting that no representative of
armel power or kingly pterogntire, no
frowning iron-clad or vengeful Monitor,
should have been detailed for the service ;
bat that the ship of poace, the servant of
commerce, should have been employed
In the great work.
We havo snid the undertaking wns pet-
formed  unostentutiously.    All  thut  the
New World heard of its progress wns that
on the 13th ol July the Great Eastern
left Valentia, on the western coast of Ireland, and that 134 miles of the cable hud
been paid out.    Of tho  vessel's  move-
men tl from  that timo till this morning
we heard nothing.    To-duy, however, we
learn tho lightning has leuped ncross the
Atlantic, leaving the fust ending Cunard
steamers as ihey in  their turn   left the
■luggish bark, und bringing us the intelligence of its owu arrival.   Ten days' iiuas
il anticipated.   1'be Atlantic is no more.
Never again will tho public mind be excited by tho arrival of the European mail.
Steam yields its laurels to a swifter power.
The tempest is subdued, the fog is annihilated, the  "dangers of the deep"  will
Haver  more obstruct   the  messenger  of
peace.   Where are Cesar's triumphs bolide this—what aro  war's  trophies and
trains of slaves I   Iu the successful laying
of the cable tho world is virtually revolutionized.     Another   and    the   greatest
guarantee is given of peace.   It is not
alone tbat two continents nre connected by
an  iron  link—it   is  that the civilized
nations of tho earth are brought closer,
that their sympathies  and  feelings aro
no longer isolated,  and  that misundcr-
atandings aro rendered less und less practicable.   The gnin  to commerce no one
ean well calculate.   When we think how
mUfortanes may frequently be avoided by
tbe rapid communication of intelligence—
bow rabid speculation may be checked by
early and general information—bo* market! may be regulated so that gluts  may
not rein tho seller and dearths may not
injnre tbe inhabitants—how, iu fuet, the
whole machinery of commerce may be used
in thi most economic and most mfol
manner, without waste nnd with a great
diminution  in  risk, tho world has muon
to congratulate itself ou the laying of the
Atlantic cable.   All this nnd ■ jfrut deal
more wo may expect from the undertaking.
Our earnest hope is that it may provo permanently successful, and that it will tend
toward! the carrying out of that divine
•entiment which flashed between England
and America through the short-lived cable
of 1858,—" Peace ou earth uud good will
to men.1'
Eleeting: Postponed-
'■ -III- MKKTJ.N't: 01' THK CBSDITOBfl OF
I    MAHUI mai.ou'anski. relied forto-
day at  3  p.m.,   lias l>c-u j.oitponeii till lo-
murrow ut tbi eiim>' I Bar.
ROBERT BISHOP,
ji.'iu _S.li.it- r to the Trade A - jrnees.
New Advertiaemi nts.
T'a
Oriental Restaurant,
YATKS   BTRBBT,
In connection wilh the Oriental Hotel.
III.-'  ESTABLISHKKKT   IS   OP1 » it
I.I. HOOB8 09 TIIK PAY OU KIUHTI
THE    TABLE
Will lie furnished witli tlie best the market
all'urjtf.
Breakfast,
Dinner,
Supper
At nioderali- prices.
Oysters   in   every   Style.
Private Hoonn for fin ill or largo parties.
Call aodjudfl fur yourselves jv .'tO-lm
*w\a.:n"Te:d
rpHRHB BOAHDBBS AT $« I'Kli WKKK.
I. Tlio bent the market can iillord placed
on the table.    Apply nt the
liKK 111 VII   HOTEL,
jy SO I'oit street.
UNION HOTEL,
Corner Bastion and Langley sts.
rpnrc proprietor BBSPBOTP0LLT I.V.
L   formi tlie public,  that the above   named
now   opeu   for   the   reception   of
Hotel
Boarden
Terms
Board and Lodging per week
Boaid without Lodging
The Hotel
$10 00
8,00
In located in the most central part of tlie city,
beinj; in the immediate viciniiy of the principal BofloM Houses, the Theatre and other
places of amusement in the city.
The Table
Will be supplied with all tho delicacies that
our market! nlTnrd.
An early application is necessary as only n
limited number of boarders will bo taker, it
being ibe inii'iitiiui ..f the Proprietor to do all
in his power to promote tbi comfort of those
who niiiy liivur him wilh their patronage.
REFERENCE   REQUIRED-
T. II.  Uc OAN.V, Proprietor.
Victoria, V. I., July 3(ith. 18116.        jy 30
"BOUND THE CORNER"
IS TIIK NAME OF TIIK
ISTEW    S-A. L o o :xr
JUST OPENED IX
Longtajr   Nfrcct,   round  the
corner from Yates street,
In   tlie  building  formerly  occupied   by   the
Saloon of Ehbmiauut's IIuthl.
The Saloon has been tastefully refitted,
and will be supplied wilh the
FIRST    QUALITY   0 F
Wines   and  Liquors.
The proprietor respectfully inVites the public to call "ROUND THE CORNER" and
judge for themselves.
jy29 Mtuit   HERKIMER-
Pacific Telegraph Hotel.
BILL OF FARE.
37ic   DINNER  37Jc
SOTTP
Oyster,  lieif Ilroth.
PISH,
linked Salmon.
EISTTREES-
noile.l ToifVt
:f_   o':daa^y:e:r,
IMPORTER    -\M>   WHOLESALE
DEALER IN
Oregon and California Flour
Middlings, Bran. Grain, Euttcr,
Lard. Provisions, etc, etc.
Families mnl the Trade supplied on the
most reasonable terms.
No. 40 Government street,
NEAR CORNER OF FORT.
ti**
Dissolution   of  Partnership.
TUB PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE BX-
iiiting between Jaraei Qrabamilaw and
Tbotnai tl. Morris, Contractors nnd Builder!,
bus been dissolved by mutual consent, Mr.
Morris having retired li"in the bnilnMI, which
will be curried on by Mr. Qrabamilaw,
All persons Indebted to the firm nre re-
quested to pay the same to James (Iriihnnisliuv,
nn.I claim! against the li 111 must ba presented
within fi.urtei-n iluvs Irom this date.
Victoria, V. [., July 8Mb, lUfiti.        ti**
NOTICE !        NOTICE !!
I .IROM THIS DATE THE UNDERSKINED
bus concluded to reduce his price ONE-
HALE ; and hereafter the
FINEST WINES AND LIQUORS,
ALE,   B1EB,  ke., kc,
Will be served at the
"METROPOLITAN"
At TWELVE AND A HALF CENTS
per sample.
The public will please call nnd sample, and
satisfy themselves thut tho very best is to bo
hud at the above price.
T. J. BURNS,
Metropolitan Saloon, Store street.
jyzc	
FASHION   HOTEL
AMI)
Concert   Room,
The only Place of Amusement in
Town!
rplIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING LEASED
L Hide well linnwu establishments, begs
leave to aunuun&e thnt ihey wi.l bo
Ee-opened on Saturday, July 28.
The former Billiard Hall hai been converted
into a Concert Room, where may always be
found attentive and obliging aitcudanti.
Best qualities of Wines, Liquors, and Cigars served by tho proprietor tn person,
C1IAS. BROOK8.
)&* Admission Fiibb. jy 26
Sea Baths«  Sea Baths
11
A
YOUNG  GIRL  FOR LIGHT HOUSE-
work, and to wait on table.
Apply to
MRS. ZINKE,
Dressmaker,
Yates st., between Government and Broad.
jy 21
25 cents.
25 cents.
riMIE UNDERSIGNED BEOS LEAVE TO
J. inform tbe public that be bus established
a lirst-class
Salt-Water    Bath-House,
Moored just above Douglas Foundry.
N. II.—Until, ra taken to the Ilntb-liotise free
of charge, by bouts from the loot of Johnson
street.
fj£jy Between the hour! of I nnd 1 p.m. the
Hntli-house will be open for Indies only.
jy IH
joii\  irr.ii*.
J.  NAGLE,
Shipping Mf stcr and Commission
Agent-
pBEWS SUPPLIED AT TIIE SHORTEST
\J Notii-i- Goods entered and cleared at
the Custom House; Manifests, Charter Partial,
and Bi Is of Sale made out. Vessels bought
or sold.
J8£gr Several small Vessels for sale or
charter.
Okfick—Bastion street, near the Police
Barracki. jyl 7
ST-   LOUIS    COLLEGE.
IN ANSWER TO CERTAIN INQUIRIES
made by fathers and mothers of Inmilies,
in- bave tbe honor to Inform the public that
St. Louis College will be kept open ou tin
same fcoting a! dining the previous yeais,
mid every possible .ure will be taken not only
to iidoi-ti tbe mind! ol tbi pupils with all the
knowledge which a good education tequires,
but also lo iiiilnie tli.-in with sound principles
of linin- iv and inoialitv.
The COUTH uf studies will comprise History,
i.'i- graphjr, Arithmetic ancient and modem
language!, Bngllih, I'n-iuli and Geinian. ia
r-ln.it nil ilu- di-parttuent* ot a complete
course of iti^iiui-ii'.n.
Tbi College will be conducted under tb*
putroiitigc of the Right Rev. Hishop Demeri,
by tbe Very Bit. ■'■ M. Mandart. Superin-
tetideul, Rev. Clin.-. Bsghorf, Rev. W. Moloney,
Rev   L. Ilatipts and lliobard Louis Pearce.
jy2li lw J. M. MANDART, V. G.
For San Francisco Direct
rpiIE NEW AND FAST SAILING SCPOON-
er
MINERVA,
To sail on or about tbe first of August.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
E. Ii. MARVIN,
j)I3 Wharf street.
Tomato Sauce ;
la Milance.
Macaroni a
Fissmbn, attention I -By order of tho
Chief Engineer the Fire Companies arc called
upon to assemble at their respective houses
to-night at 7:30 in full uniform.
SiBFRANCISKCIBlR STORE.
JW If you Want the Finest St
HAVANA  CIGAR
ON  THB  PACIFIC   COAST,
CALL   ON
Augustus  F.   Keyser,
Government  street, adjoining   the San
Francisco Buths.
A  FIHE  HEW  3T0CK  JUST EECEIVED.
jy 2
BOASTS.
Veal, Mutton.
VEGETABLES.
I'otntoes  nnd   Stringed   Bean!.
DESSERT
Vanilla Ice Cream, Pies, and Fruit.
■wruxrES-
Draught Claret,  2,ri cents per bottle ;
Ale and Porter, 37J cents       do
Superior Wines extra charge. jv 29
In the Supreme Court of Civil Justice,
Vancouver Island.
IN   BANKRUPTCY.
In   re   Estate   of   Major   Malowanski.
THE CREDITORS OF THE ABOVE ES-
tnte are requested to meet, nt the office
ol Mr. Marsh, one of the Trade Assignees, on
Wharf street, in Victoria, on MONDAY neit
the thirtieth July instant, at THREE o'clock
p.m., to consider important ma-.ters relating
to the estate.
ROBERT BISHOP,
Solicitor to the inula Assignees.
Langley street, 28ih July, 18<>u jv29
BAKED
PORK   AND   BEANS
EVKUV SUNDAY MORNING,
25 Cents a Pot,
—AT—
A.   W.  PIPER'S
BAKERY,
(ain.itviiiivr   s'l'Kiurr,
OPPOSITE THE TIIBA'IRE.
 jy IT
PRIVATE   BOARD.
Board   with  Comfortably
Furnished Bed-room,
Six Dollars per Week.
YATES   ST.,
Next Door to the  Anglo-
American.       jy25
L.    BETTMAN,
DEALER 1ft DRY GOODS, GROCERIES
BOOTS AND SHOES, it., ic, 4c.     '
jy IT Olympia, W. T.
Chains and Anchors.
TWENTY  TONS CHAIN
Short Linked and proved from J to I
ANCHORS,
From 20 to 800 pounds.
For Sale by
PETER M'QUADE,
jy 23 Wharf street, Victoria.
TO   LET.
THE BRICK STORE, CORNER OF FORT
and Wharf sticet, TO LET.
Inquire of      THOMAS GOLDEN,
jy 22 Fortstrcot.
REMOVAL!
The Business of
THOMAS WILSON ft C@.
ft <3-commenced    on
MONDAY,    JUNE    19th
In their New and Commodious Store in
ivc_A.soisria   hall,
GOVERNMENT     STREET,
(Opposite the Bunk of British Columbia,)
WITH   THEIR   USUAL
WELL - ASSORTED    STOCK'
INCLUDING
Goods received by last steamer,and comprising Silks, Shawls, Printed
Cambrics and Dress Materials of every description j  Long
Cloths, Sheetings and Quills;   Velvets, Tweeds,
Lace Curtains. 1 lamasks, Reps, Chintzes,
Gents', Ladies'and Children's
Hosiery and Gloves;
rrimmings, &c. jy 8
VE HOTEL
VICTOBIA,    "V.   I.
mwm§   U.   THOMAS,
Proprietor.
"ALWAYS   ON   HAND."
jy 2	
LONDON    HOUSE,
May mh, 18GC.
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
Our DRESS, MANTLE, SILK, SHAWL, MILLINERY, LACE, HOSIERY, DRAPERY, FANCY
and UPHOLSTERY departments are now replete
with, the newest and choicest goods. Either Wholesale or Relail customers will find this the best stock
we have vet offered.
hi
LONDON FIRM,
J. P. Tunatall Oo.
VICTORIA, V. T.,
J. H. Turner & Co. (gbcning    ©flegraph.
MONDAY   BVESUfO, JI'I-V  80,  186.;.
TELEGRAPHIC
COMMERCIAL
BHIPIMMO   I VI 'MrfilUBMCIfc.
PORT OF VICTORIA. VANOOUVKll   ISLASli
ENTKSED.
July 30 —Stmr  Alexandra,  Rwanson, New
Wiitiflimter
C1.S4EID.
July 30—Stmr Alexandra, Swanson,   N. »•
Westminster
ScUr Clancey, Kobinton, Port Angelos
Inuiam Dkownku—As Mr. Fialur ol
malt was coming into Hint harbor in u bolt
yesterday afternoon, he observed a cunoc in
the distance upset with some olijcct eUaging
to It, He made towards it, but fehtjn bi
reached it tbe object, which proved tu In- U>S
body of an Indi >n woman, slid oil' the canoe
and floated away. Mr. l-'i.-hcr made a rope
fast to the body and towed it into BsqnlBUlt.
The Indians have recognised tbe body u.-t tbnt
of a woman of tli.'ir tribe, and slate that tbn e
other Indians must also have been drowned.
An inquest was to be held this afternoon.
Ttt* Cabli Cclibiiitiox.—A meeting of
eltitens was held to-day in the Council clumbers, under tlie presidency of the Mayor, to
take steps to celebrate the successful laying
of the Atlantic Cable. Messrs. Fell, Kent,
Robertson, Piper and Leigh were appointed a
committee to collect subscriptions and make
the necessary arrangements. The programme
is as follows : At 0 a salute of 50 guns will be
ired ; at 7:39 p.m. the Volunteers and Firemen will form in C.overnment Street, nnd accompanied by citizens will march in procession
So the Governni'-nt l.uildings, when spsdobsi
will he made by His Excellency Ihe Governor,
Chief Justice Needluim, the American Consul,
and others. We hope our eitiz-ns will turn
ont en masse in honor of tbe grand event.
Leech Riveh—The accounts from these diggings are very encouraging, nnd justify tbe
expectation that when the ditch ia completed
profitable occupation for a largo uiiiuhei- nf
miners will be given. Two men who e.uiie
into town on .Saturday for some goods report
that for the last few weeks their chum h.is
been paying §33 per week to the hand.—
Several miners aro making from $2 per dny
by carrying down their pay dirt to tho river.
It Is stated that a good many men went out to
the diggings last week.
A Pi.cndeiiisi: Chivimex—Chong, a Chinaman, wns charged in the Police Court to-day
by Mr. Adam Watson with stealing a stove
f.-om his premises. The charge was dismissed
from want of evidence, hut Chong wns found
guilty of smashing a door, nnd was nmleti .1 to
the sum of $25, with the nlternntive-of two
months' manual und platoon iu llnnkiu's
Irregulars.
Sudden Dextii—The eldest son of Mr. F.
Tarbcll died suddenly on Snturdny, of congestion of the brniu. Mr. Tarbcll had only kit
for Cariboo a few days iil'O, and although i.-l-
egmphed at once on the illness of the child,
bad only reached New \V'e>iiiiiii-t<-r on his return when the snd tidings reached him.
Sunday School Pic-nic—In our notice of
the Presbyterian Sunday School pi'-nic we
inadvertantly omitted to mention that the
Arrangements on the ground were conducted
by D. M. Lang, Esq., tho Superintendent of
the School.
Riflemen, Attention I—By order of ('apt.
Lang, V. K. V., tho corps will parade this
evening at hnlf-pnst seven o'clock, in front of
the Bank of British Columbia, iu full uniform.
irtcui to tue aaaa nusun.
(From  this    morning's  Extra.)
The   Atlantic Cable   successfully laid,
I It (patch tram the American Tec
minus hi Heart's Content
Trinity Bay, Newfoundland.
KCV   Y"RK.
Anson Stao-cr   (Gmertl Bapertotondtot
of T.'li'LTnpli  I/nes) :
Tlie cable i» successfully laid.   I Imve
received the following despatch.
(Signed) D. M. Biiaoford.
Hbabt'i Contkst, Newfoundland, 28.
Wc arrived here at 9 o'clock this
Doming, All well, thank God ! The
cable has been laid and is in perfect
working order.
(Signed)       Cyiics W. Field.
Second Despatch,
Beaut's Context, 2Hth.
Wc arc in telegraphic- communication
with  Ireland.    The  cable   is  iu perfect
order.
Cibui W. Field.
To-Day's Despatches
Additional   European.
Hollowav'h Pills inii Ointment.—Dan-
ferous DinrrhrD.—The causes of this wi nUi-n-
ing disease being so various, and the nature
of its attacks so changeable, fully account
for tho enormous number of its victims.
Under Ilollowny's treatment the source of
this complaint mny lie in obscurity and the
successful issue be still tho same Whether the
stomach, liver, lnrge or small intestines be
the seat of malady, lor his Pills, judiciously
taken, and his (liniment, briskly rul.b.- I ,,n
the abdominal walls, restrain the excited
vessels and regulate each erring fiin.ii.ni, bt
It spring whence it may. Both medicaments
address themselves directly to reproduce tbe
eiact balance between sensibility and iuiia-
blllty, between morbid and healthy testation,
between natural nnd cicessivo eicretiou.
Ma. Zikn begs to announce tn the innnlut-
anti ol Victoria thnt be ban lately re.-eivel ■
large assortment of Children's Cnrring.-s and
Chairs, Fishing llnskots nnd Fishing Can, .,
and a larsre quantity of Market and Trace ||n|
Baskets, China Vases, Fancy Goods and Toys,
»1 of whieh have to be sold on or belore
February next at greatly reduced prices
Goods sold at wholesale lor cost prices.     *
Ths Novsltus in the Silk trade this seaons
are the beautiful Gros de Sue/., Gros de
Londres, aud Gros de Pekin. A choice lot of
these are for snle at the London Honsn ; also
a splendid stock of Black Gros drains and
Glares, from three-quarters to a yard and a
quarter wide, bought before tbe advance in
the silk market. *
Mr. Digbv Palmer requests the.t orders for
teaching, playing and tuning Pimofortes, and
for instruction in Singing, may be left wilh
MeSsrs. Hibben k Carswell, Stationery and
Booksellers, Government street, or at his residence, near the top of Fort street. *
Rikoval—Mr. Hibben requests us to state
that he is r.ow removing his bookstore Irom
the old stand, corner of Yates and Lanrdey
streets, to the fine new premises in the Masonic Buildings, Government street, where he will
open in a day or two. *
Mr. Freeman requests us to state that he
is^ about to remove his Variety store from
Waddington Alley and corner of Government
and Cormorant streets to the large store on
Johnion street known as the " Queen's
Saloon.'' *
'lite New York Abend Zdlung says the
rejection of Napoleon's terms is not less
important than tlie battle of Sudoa. Even
Bavaria, Swahia and Baden would prefer
a united and powerful Germany under
Prussia, to (Jerinany disunited aud torn,
offering a flelil for the neighboring nations
I ns Napoleon wishes it, to bo. A German
republic is not now to le thought of but
Bistnark and tbe King having conqnered
without being compelled to concede anything to the people, we believo German
enthusiasm will now become strong, nnd
Germany will be feared by other nations.
Italy henceforth is out of game unless,
indeed, site may prefer to conquer Venetia
rather ibnn trade for it.
Kan- FbancISCO, July '-J9 —The Eastern
linn is again down east of Laramie.
TI.e following official despatch was sent.
from the agent of the Overland Telegraph
at Salt Lake : Tlie second wire is being
put up ou old poles from Omaha to Jules-
burg, nnd tbe whole poles reset ;. the
wires aro now up as far as Cottonwood,
oil" hundred  miles cast of Jiilesburg.    It
will ecanect with the Julesbbrg and Denver line. Tbe new line will be put up
from Deliver to Salt Lake, making the
second wire from here to Omaha. Nearly
nil the poles are delivered from Salt Lake
to Denver. Two working parties nre
setting pules cast from Salt Lake. Another will start from Denver soon to meet
them. By the last of October wc shall
have almost uninterrupted communication
with New York. By the last of September
wc hope to complete the line to Virginia,
Montana, 385 miles, where a good business
awaits us.
Tlie steamer Constitution, for Panama
to-morrow, carries the smallest passenger
list uf any steamer for three years ; on
fio other hand, steamers coining from the
East bring fell lists. Tho tido is setting
strong in California'! favor.
Schooner Milton Badger, which sailed
fot Humboldt on the 33d, when a short
distance this side Mendocino shipped
a heavy sen, carrying away her chain-box,
killing one iiinu and breaking tho legs of
two others.
Tho ship Panama arrived yesterday
from New York, her sixth voyage, each inside of 120 days—her shortest, 100 days.
New Yoiik, July 24th—The Moscow
Gazette of July 13th contains the following highly important announcement :
" Russia does not desire any change in
the present state of things. If Austria
und Prussia will consider themselves tools
of tho French, Russia can no longer depend ou them as heretofore. Venetia
without Rome would constitute no progress for D.aly. Tho submission of Austria to France is not advantageous but
dangerous to European equilibrium. The
supremacy of Prussia in Northern Germany narrows that of Russia in tho balance. Russia wishes for peace, but docs
not sanction Prussia's efforts to attain
supreme power. England's interests may
make her seek nn alliance with France
and Austria on the Eastern question, but
the dictatorship of Franco iu Italy and
Germany cannot meet her support.
A Limbcrg despatch of the 18th says :
Tlie Russian soldiers on furlough have
i'.led in. Erery day military trains
start from Warsaw to the frontier of
.S.le.-ia and Gallicia.
A Florence telegram of the 13th sotb :
Pin--ia informed It-.ly that an arruibtice
on the basis of the cession of Venetia is
Inadmissible. Italy in reply announced
her resolution to continue war without
any relaxation.
Florence papers publi»h the conditions
for the armistice stipulated by Prus-ia
and Italy. Tlie former power demands
Ibe exclusion of Austria from the Germanic Confederation. This journal adds
this was admitted by France, who undertook to obtn n from the Vienna Cabinet
the cvacuatio.t by Austria of the Austrian provinces occupied by Prussia during
the armistice. The conditions on the
purl of Italy were lh« cession of Venetia
and the Italian portion of Lombardy
direct from Austria to Italy without compensation, and an ngreetnent that Austria should not raise the Roman question
during tho negotiations fcr peace. It
appears that these conditions have been
found inadmissible at Vienna and that
Austria had resolved to try the fortune
of war.
Venice despatches say the Austrian
forces in Veuetia ure being withdrawn
from before the ltaliau army, but the
fortresses were strongly garrisoned for the
defence and support of the army.
Lit France says the attack of the Italians upon Venetia renders Prince Nupo
icon's mission futile and it has b'jeu abandoned.
France is actively arming ; the ironclads are to be sent to Venice.
The Prussians have occupied Prague
with a garrison of 8000 troops.
Austria is making concessions to Ilun-
gary. She announces that the conscription is suspended, and calls ou the Hun.
garians to volunteer.
Last Night's  Despatches.
European.
European despatches received at the
State Department do not confirm the
hopes thnt were entertained of an early
peace, but indicate that Franco will have
to assume a position of a belligerent
character.
Chicago, July 23—Tho latest phase of
tho European situation is thus described
by the English and German press:
The London Times remarks there is
too much reason to fear that hostilities
will be resumed in both theatres of war,
und says if so, Austria unless sheltered
by France, may soon be compelled to
hear terms of pence proclaimed by Prussia in her own capital, The 'Tines further says it is difficult lo believe that
either Prussia or Italy will ultimately reject the pacilic overtures of Napoleon,
especially if tbey should be supported by
England.
The Loudon Newt compares the cession
of Venetia to France to the act of a debtor who makes away with property when
on the eve of bankruptcy. There is a
want of frankness about Austria fitted to
exasperate Prussia.
The Pott thinks the least Prussia can
ask witb Vienna open to her victorious
march, is tho acknowledgement of her absolute possession of Germany, including
Saxony, Hanover and Bohemia. Prussia
may choose to dictate peace at Vienna
rather than submit to a Congress.
I'.iislcin   Vtlts.
Washington, July °3—In the House,
(Tnrk of Ohio, offered a resolution requesting the President to urge the. ('ana
ijiiin and British authorities to release the
Fenian prisoners, and that the Presided
caose the discharge of all   Fenians under
prosecution   In   United   States   courts.
Yeas, 108 j nays, 9.
Ciilllornia.
Receipts of treasure from tbo interior
fair, and for tho month will exceed four
millions. No change in rates of exchange
and bullion for Monday's steamer, except
a slight advance in gold bars, now held
at 8 70@S 80. Demand lor money is
good, perhaps a little pressing in 6ome
quarters, but bankers rates are unchanged.
Railed, July 2Sth—Sleamer California,
for Victoria.
New Advertisements.
Sandwich Islands.
Sax Francisco, July 28—By the bark
Monitor, 23 days from Honolulu, we have
Hawaiian dates to July 3d.
United States Ministers Bnrlingnme
and Van Valkenberg were still at Honolulu, but expected to leave July 4th on
tho bark Swallow. They had been tendered a public diuner by the American
residents, but owing to the fact that the
Court, was in mourning they declined.
Incendiarism prevails to an alarming
extent at Molokai. The summit of tlv
crater at Maunaloa was still active, the
sky was illuminated nearly every night.
Tlie old crater of Knlatnea is also active
Mh. P. Lindsay, Aceouutaut and Olficia
Assigntb in Bankruptcy, fee., Ac., reqaest
us to intimate that ho will remove his Office
to Captain Stamp's New Building, Government Street, on Momlny, 30th July. *
NOTICE
—OF—
CO-PARTNERSHIP.
BUNSTER
IIAS THIS DAT
ENTERED INTO
Partnership
WITH ALL LOVERS OF
GOOD   ALE!
jy 17-lm
HERMAN  SHULTZ,
Eis Well Known and Old Established
Stand
The Government st. Boot Store,
Has jast received per steamer
A   FINE   ASSORTMENT   OP
Ladies' and   Children's   Shoes,
Which he offers at a very low price.
Receives by each steamer from  England and
.S.m   Francisco
BOOTS     Sc    SHOES
OF   TUB
FINEST   AND BEST QUALITY,
FRENCH LEATHER,
SHOE     FINDINGS,
At prices to correspond with the times,
jy 12
V^^AJSTTIED.
A
jy is
MAN FOB  HOUSE WORK,
Park Hotel,
Beacon Hill.
Iii the Supreme Court of Civil Justice
Vancouver Island.
THE BANKRUPTCY ACT, 1831-
T RICHARD WOODS, BF.ING TIIE CHIEF
1, Registrar of the said Court, do hereby
certify that on the sixteenth day of Jaly, instant, a certain deed or Instrument bearing
date the 26th day of June lust (1806) and
made and executed by and between George
Jay, James Chestney Males and David Browne,
Copartners therein described, trading under
the style or firm of JAY k COMPANY of the
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 the other part,
being a deed or instrument purporting to convey all the copartnership estate and effects of
the said George Jay, Jaine^ Chestney Bales,
n'nd 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 they had been from the date
thereof duly adjudged Bankrupt, was on the
said sixteenth day of Jnly and at the hour of
1U:30 in the forenoon of such dny brought
into my office fur registration, and was duly
registered pursuant to the provisions of the
Bankruptcy Act, 1861.
Given under my hand and Seal of the Supreme Court of Civil Justice at James Bay,
Victoria, V. I., this sixteenth day of July, A.
D., lHUti.
RICHARD woods,
Chi of .Registrar.
RoiiiiiT Bisiioi',  Solicitor,
Langley -treet,  Victoria. jylfl
NOTICE.
in Ihe. Supreme Court tf Civil Justice
Vancouver Island.
IIST    B AJKT KK.TTI' TC~2",
In re Jay k Co.
» LI, PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS ON TIIE
.A. above Kstatc are requested forthwith to
send in the same to Mr.Jumes Chestney Bales,
Seedsman, at the Nursery of Jay k Co., Victoria ; and all persons indebted to tho said
Estate nre desired forthwith to pay the amount
of their respective debts to the said James
Chestney Bales, whom the Trustee has authorised to receive tho same on account of the
said Ejtate.
ROBERT BISHOP, Solicitor,
Langley Street, Victoria.
Dated J 6th July, 1866. jylG
3STOTICE
Ship Mohawk, Capt. Davies, from London
EITHER  THE   CAPTAIN   NOR
the undersigned will be responsible for nny debts that may be contracted by the crew of the above ship.
jyl5 HENRY NATHAN.
Agent for the vessel.
$50   REWARD.
THE ABOVE  REWARD WILL   BE PAID
to any person recovering the money and
Deposit   Receipt for $900  on  tho  Bank   ol
British North America, stolen from the Coal
Pit at Nanaimo on Wednesday, July 4th.
GEORGE WALSH,
jy-a 3w* Nanaimo
J.P.Day ies& Co.
iter ovr.nts md coniiissioi jiuunms.
galeaooai, Fireproof stoae BalMlag,
Wharf M., nrar Tatn.
Cash Advances made on Cimtiynment *******
AUCTION.
Tuesday,   July   31st,
A.T sax,:es:roo:m:s
WHARF STREET,
AT 11 O'CLOCK, A. II,
All the Well-kept  nearly New
HOUSEHOLD
FURNITURE
OF A   FAMILY LEAVING   THE COLONY,
Removed to Salesrooms for convenience
of Bale,
coarasixu :
Furniture!
1 set Black Wulnnt Parlor Furniture (in
Hair and Cloth),
Single aod Double Bedsteads,
Feather Brds and Pillows,
Blankets, Sheets, Counterpanes, Mattresses,
5 Bureaus and Looking Glasses,
Extension and Centre Tables,
Cane Seat and Wood Chairs,
Carpets, Door Mats, 30 yds  new Oil
Cloth,
Chimney and Dressing Glasses,
Oil Paintings and Kngravings,
Papier Machc Ornaments,
1 Fine Violin, Music Box, Lot Books,
Hearth Rugs, Glassware aud Cut Decanters,
1 Dinner Set, I Breakfast and Dessert
Set,
Crockery, Vases, Writing Desks, Books,
Mantle Clocks, Damask Curtains
and Cornices, Window Blinds,
Fine Line Plated Ware, Forks and
hpoons, Oil Lamps, Candlesticks,
Fancy Lustres, &c.
AT    COMMENCEMENT    OK    SALS
1 Horse, Brewer's Dray and Harness.
1 Lady's Side Saddle Bridle and Cloth,'
1 all over Hogskin Saddle, Bridle mod
Spurs, •""
1 Chst. Cabinet Maker's Tools
complete.
AT    TWELVE    O'CLOCK    SHARP,
Peremptory Sale of
REAL ESTATE.
All thoso certain pit-cos or pirccls of
Land situate at the rear of the Government Buildings, James Buy, nnd mor.
particularly known on the oBicial map
TOWN   LOTS   No. 1735 and  1736:
adjoining Welch's Brewery.
The Land is well cleared and nnder a
good fence. Size of each lot is 66 feet
front, by a depth of 165 feet.
Tide Perfect-No Taxes to Pay.
6?" Acts of Sale at Bayer's Expense
ALSO
10 bhds and tierces English Ale,
35 bbls Lonsnole Cement,
4 bbl choice Mess Beef,
Sundry lot ot Groceries, &c, &c, ke.
TERMS CASH.
jj2.)
j. P. DJV1KS. It CO.,
Audio teeis. 111
A
Facts   aud   Scrap*.
FlDDLE-JUEISO—FuflT   win.    Ee .'    t!i: t
simple looking toy, out uf which such admirable music is drawn, bare an idea cf
its delicate complexity of utructurc. A
well mado viol.n coats in fifty
diffeient pieces .if wood, Ihe "" .is being
three—maple, n ,1  liial  i.nlib.ny.     'ihe
wooil  iniHt be thoroughly  seasoned, .>
pcciully the red de il ; J " ti-ii
of modern times who n siid tt) ooo
the wmks of the great Italian nukew,
Mr. VuillJinin'', of Pari-, Ins duBo M
mainly by > most careful kd -lion of
materials. Mnuy a i.M.f ami pinnel from
Swis» chnlels Invci round tln-ir way into
bis workshop. Be the (frain Mat tu good,
the material mu t have undergone the
slow action of nine. Borne bete thought
to supersede this by the ii o of uci. s. uiiti
bf artificial heat. But IhfSe erpeafcnt*,
I am sure, have only a short-lived
The violins thus forced detern ratei lea iDyj
whereas the good Instruments become
more mellow and preoious iu sound year
by year. It seams iigrced that the
umouut of IOnor>ty in the violin partly
depends ou the flatness or otherwise ol
its form. How it should be tiiat no
change of any Importance liai becu mule
since the li.iys of DI BbI'I and A mat I,
piesenis, I repeat, one of ihe most bingo.
lar anouinlics in that history uf ;,:.
tiie lovi ly art of musts But the
violin is nothing without its bow ;
nod the perfected bow is on invention
datintr nearly two centuries liner than the
perfection ul the instrument wliicb it' b.ds
to dbcourse.' Here is a second nnom.ily.
A third is, that the instrument was brought
to perfection before any music wus pio-
duced worth performing on it (as we understand matters.) Corelli and Scarlatti
were not writing when Auiaii, und Strad-
ivarius and (jininierius were producing
their master-pieces, which sufficed to the
I'aganinis of modern tiin.s for the execution of their stupendous fecti of volubility
end brilliancy. In truth t'll the beginning of lust century Ihe music written for
the violin was mere child's play—the
works of one wonderful man excepted—
John Sebastian llacli.—Dickens All the
Year Hound.
Fast Life ahono Fashion-able Females— Wc have, as j oil know, bet -ti
getting tolerably fust 'ii our niuuiicrs ul
the West-end. The present season has
witnessed a further development of feminine independence. ' Lad es' clubs' are
this year the 'go ' in the most fashionable
circles. The young und unmarried ladies
<lo not taku part in tlietn to any great extent ; tho ' frisky matrons' thorn reign
supreme. Although these assemblies,
which are held, as a general rule, in tbe
afternoon, at the houses of members, nre
Called 'Indies' clubs,' gentlemen are not,
excluded. A ticket lo the ' Scufflaff | or
to the ' Jolly Dogs,'—those nre ihe. names
ot two of the most fashionable— i I reckoned a great favor, and can only be obtained by those who are iu high favor
with tho picsiding authorities, amongst
whom tnore than one duchess occupies a
prominent position. The amusemeuts
consist of conversation nnd smoking — the
ladies doing their part manfully with tbeir
cigarettes. To give you some idea of the
freedom of manners which these re-unions
are intended to promote, I may state that
the 'Seufflers' are so called because tit
their gatherings chairs and tables are
banished from tlio room, and tbe member*
sit or lounge on tbo floor or on low divans.
Without saying for a moment tint there
is anything wrong iu these things, I cannot conceal from myself that they tend to
encourage a ' loudness' of manner — to
use an expressive slang phrase—which is
now being very conspicuous amongst our
upper ten. An example of tbis was afforded very conspicuously the other bight
at one of tlio West nnd theatres, where
the curtain was actually dropped bi cause
a very uris'oerutie party iu a private box
near the stage could not be induced lb
moderate tlio conversation they were it trying on. The cut tain was not drawn up
ngain until the suid party had left.—Em,
paper,
A TttANsFORMATins— The correspondent of the Manchester Eemkntr says :_
Lord Westhuhr is, ns you see, back, nnd
has been sitting on appeals iu the House
of Lords. He has not yet mado bis appearance at ihe evening sittings, though 1
daresay wo shall have him when the Capital Punishment Bill is under discussion
Everyone is highly amused With the
change in the nublo lord's appearance
You recollect tho elose-sli.ueu luce, the
prim attire, the rigid bearing of the noble
lord in his woolsack davs. But now lock
on this picture. Tho close- shaven face
Is now adorned by a pair of handsome
and rather Dundrearyish whiskers whieh
his lordship caresses with the affectionate
solicitude of a young swell. -| |l0 sllirt
collar is of the met exaggerated form of
the latest fashion, and the tie of Bright
color nnd airy tiss,to. A smart ifn.l
jauntily-cut shooting coat, and continuations of light and dashing character
complete the attire. Imagine that, borne
with a manner to match, nnd von will
have some notion of the gay butterfly
which has emerged from the crysalis
xlago of the chniicellors'iip.
$50 rewardT
THE ABOVE REWARD WILL  RE PAID
to any person recovering tbe money aiid
Deposit  lieccipt  for  $000  on  ,ile  u,||k   Q|
British North America, stolen from  thu Coal
Fit at Aanaimo on Wednesday, July 4th
._ GEORGE WALSH,
h*> 3w» Nanaimo
FACTS vs THEOEIES
"Give no a  place torct  ray  liver on,"
•   I   will   move  the
Qiveme pure and unadulterated
I  Medicos, of  the   olden  time,
In ana i of these learned pundits
.rl.it-uis.  Tr.ey knew there
: on. either to
.ii or i are dissase.   >!.■■ b
i.a- In ii backward state, and the mc-dicul pj-o-
iv:n l.ut un. li.i i name for sorcery,
c  libera   and
chirm.- "t tin   ■■ - -.il eve," Aic.
Butthess tatterdeys b«v« borne nnto us
?ot!ii-t!iii>!.- morn than even leper tiliuri »ad
its rrcw er.-r dreamt nf in tbtir mtddesl pi >•
of practical
-.ilini was theory id yrtterdny i?  fact to-.lay,
tad nil the old linn, noiiuin become st hubl.lcs
and  burst aod Break wilh every
IraWi
I.-' Airhinieil-s shoulder  his  levir and we
wil   fin,;  a  reftinjr pi ire  for It to  move the
H-,,-''!.    l,»t  mine indent  Me.licus punt und
mil no Bore   for the drugs lie so sorely needs,
lor we haic lli.-ni at   our bund, everrindy to
■: '-in at his l.eck.
Ileliiied  ill  the laboratory of Pr.   Maeiiel,
the tiTi. al mStennli known In the medical pro
ure   obtainable   liy   any   one.     Hi?
Billions, Dyspeptic, and Diarrhcea Pills stand
unrii-alle i, ami his Salve operates with inugi-
. nl effect upon burr.s, scalds, and nliiores and
ulcers of the skin.
In fait, we think M*a<Jl«t.'s Pil's and Salve
arc Ibe wo der of thl< cenliiry. nnd wc nre
nappy in tbe thought tbat many others of onr
hri-ti.n n of the cMlt agree w.th as. We would
earnestly counsel that nil families provide
tbemselvei with Ur Maggiel's Prepaiatlom ai
once, nnd kcefi them ready ut hand, so ns to
usetheuiat ihe nm«t opportune time and as
occasion serve..— Valley Sentinel.
New Advertisements
iii ham fora
HUM]   SALOON,
coma covr.Rx.nnyT a\d tites srs.
tt:p-STAIRS.
Entrance on Yates  Street.
jv 3-lm
. DAVIES & GO.,
AI'lilllMtKItS A   COMMISSION   SIKH
(.HAVr.-..       bulMTOOItt,     Fireproof    M..,.(
Ilullilinn, Wlinrf stri-i I, near Yate*.
SST" Cash    Advances    on    Merchandise    for
Site.
jy3
WILLIAM   hYONS,
SHIPPING-
— AND—
Commission      Agent,
On the Corner of
Wharf and Johnson Streets.
jy :t-1 in
CARRIAGE   PAINTINh
IX  ALL IT.S BRANCHES,
Yates Street,
Between Deluge Engine House
and the International Hotel.
Work   solicited,  and   done   on   the most
reasonable t.-rma by
W. 51. KEOHAN*.
jy 11-1 m
WARM WEATHER!
ICE!   ICE!   ICE!
»    LUXURY WITHIN TIIE REACH  OF
rV all, supplied by
FoflT STR.KET,
To say nnlhinB nhoiu Ginger Beer, Lemonade,
or Soda Water vlth it.
1 .;'" The way to keep cool.
jys
A. & W.
House and Ship Plumbers
CASFITTERS,
BELL-HANGERS & TINSMITHS
FORT   STREET.
All order!) promptly attended to
hi
Mrs.   Hein
KEEPS   CONSTANTLY ON HAND  THK
latest .'nsliions in
—AT—
Prices to Suit the Times,
GOVERNMENT    STR    T
Between Fort ond BrpnBhton. jy 5
L.    BETTMAN,
DEALER IN DTIY GOODS,  GROOERIES
BOOTS AM SHOES, I, ke., kl     '
New Advertisements.
RED LION HOTEL,
GOVERNMENT STREET.
'1'IIE   ABOVE-NAMED    IIOTKI,   HAVING
1  bien opened by
JOE      EDEN,
He will be happy M meet bis friends on all
Ipse, 11.1   «-i 1 Furnish them with
the best of
Wine?) Liquors, Ale, Porter, &c.
and f.igaio.
BOARD AND LODGING PSB DAY, $1.
tjST Bnjrutdl'' n.id Skiit'os.
Cull nnd ice the csiublisbuient,     JOE pre-
stdas and keeps ordsr. jy id
ST.    LOUIS    COLLEGE
WILL     EE-OPEN
On Monday, 6th ilugmt.
iv 5-1 in
Miscellaneous
A   Triumph    of    Science
— AXD—
THE   LIOHT   OF   TUB   WORLD
DR. MAGGIEL'S
PILLS   &  SALVE,
Tli cue Lfe-zlvinj* r»meJifn ar" now, for tlie Art
tin'c,ff v.> piiiii ciy to tu w r 'I. K<ir ov«r aqutitor
l fa ttutiiry ul jiri. at«- prnclinc tli" iugieUuiits in tlu-Bti
Life-Giving Pills
IIv hen iiae'1 with tlio cre'l^t »U0Cft«% Tlirn-
hiiltl 11 ft 11 tony to i n-vin' >-U hh*. hut tn cure
Tlifv m roll (,'i th' various mnl ifli"*t by .. h ch the
patient i^ lUlTcriflg, nr.ri re.Invigorate* tie ailinr
sysu-m. T - tips a^cd and infirm u lew iloaon of tlivt>ii
vultiat.le PILLS will, roy« to bo
A VERY FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH,
For in *vrri c.me t'>cy a'M nc* life an-] vit.i'itv, a* -I
i-tin.- I lie w n> g>* i itxie* lo ihcir • rietlni* m-tv. T .
iho \nimg- nn i  mi .di * : jri-il   tiny   «ill   pr-^e mnii in
v.ilu tit-, a- a roi y, opocidc »Mif iter in/ medicine*
ere i* a rintatn realized) tli it 1''Hc«»ii<!-Lfon »mi«h
for three hundred yrars ngo. an-i noxysr f nhi), ho
looktd fora I iinUiii that would rebturo thu old t'>
'. igor and iiia.Ro » outh ever
An Eternal Spring-1
It wan U'ft fur Oils 'l\v nnd hour to resize the dream
and fhuw m dUegloriom fact tlie ma^lc that n.adt
U fair.
THESE FAMOUS  REMEDIES
Cannot st'.v th- fli:ht ntyeitxi, hut tliey can force badk,
an.' hold iilnni, diseaitoi hat mi I.t trt niph oVot tne
ng '1 and tho youutj. J-et ivne he*ttfttO t mi, bm
bi ix-: tho favordble opportunity that oifers. When taken
as prcedibi'd—
For Billious Disorders
Nolhintrcan he. mor* p-ndur'i<e of enrf than thc?n
Pilli — Tlwir ahntist in gin iull om;e in felt at 0 "|
mid ilu; UMual Ci nc mitauU > f tlm in ut dinlr-usii'K
dUfajd nv- itmovod. There rtnudico ara made Irom
the I'troBt
VEGETABLE COMPOUNDS.
Thy will not Imrm tlie mn,t dolicatc r.'mal.>, nnd
ra . b. ui -n.vuli good t-IToct in liruaoribud doses to
ihu yoifngwt bjipe.
For Cutaneous Disorders
And all om thn. of llif «kli>., Mio SAl.VE Ii mo-l in-
viilu.ilil.,. It .toes ii t ll.-al > xtoiinliy al.ii , but |n 11,--
t»;'« with tlio mo.t h aronlu0' 0ff«oit to tlio VC1-.1 loot
ol'.h« evil.
Mi eellaneooa.
Misi^lliineuUB.
=
jy n
Olympia, W- T.
DR. MAGGIEL'S PILLS
Invariably euro tho following Diseases :
Aithra%,
Bi'wi Compl^tntL
iponglw.
OGldii,
ciiiBt Pi eaeea,
CoitivvneM,
Dji-ptpsii,
Diarrh a,
Drcmy,
Dcoility,
Fever and hg\ fl,
Female Complaint",
l.eadache,
lndi^ Btinn,
Ipfl«'ie'Za,
Iuflanim tmn.
Inward W*akneM,
LI er Com.daii.t,
Luwit'- (if Spirits,
Ringworm,
Itlieiim it sm, *
halt 1 1 oum,
Scalds,
Skin Di-ease^.
ifif NOTICE.— Vnnegeirino without the enoririrl
traile mark irn'ind Bach pot or hox, Bignetl hv DK. J.
MA( Clr.I,, 43 Fulion Btreutj New 1 ork, lo counterfe.t
whl h is lelt.ny.
93T Sold by nil reipectnble D^alori in Medirinpa
thron?h"iit th<; United S-atta aud Uamda—at ^5 cents
per box or pot.
A. C. Langley & Co.,
Agents for Vancouver Ishinil and British
Columbia.
hi
NOTICE,
MARTIN   BROS.,
I.MI'OKTF.US  Or
Groceries and Provisions,
F1BEPUOOF BUILDIKO,
LATKLV IJCI'I.'I'IKU IJV L'BOTKLIRB i Co.
•^VIiA.I^^,     street.
 ,	
REMOVAL.
ZSTOTIOJE.
Tlio veil known
JEWELRY' ESTiBLEHMEHT
— OK—
J.  L.  JUNGERMAN,
Has been removed to bis NEW STORE
IN  THB
Masonic   Buildings,
tovut\Tii:xT ittlKTi
'   VICTORIA, vi jy 5
Sporborg  & lueff,
COMMISSION   MERCHANTS,
Importers nnd Wholesale Dealers in
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS,
Xiootw  :tiB<i  tSlioes,
Jesse  Cowpcr,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
BOOTS km SHOES,
LEATHER,
—AXD—
SHOE     FINDINGS,
YATE3    STREET,
OPPOSITE WELLS, FARGO k C
At the old stand of Webster k Co., • i
prepared to supply the wants ol Ilia
public in his line.
The Latest Stvles
Received liy every arrival from  EurIbi
nnd Sun Friini-isi'o. jvV
ERITiSH    PERIODICALS-
The Londm diarterly Rev'ew (Conservative)-
Tlio Edinburgh Review (Whig)
Tho Westminster Review (Radical)
The North British Review (Free Church)
— AND—
Blackwood's Edinburgh ITagazme (Tory)
fhf rn ir R**vlewa r«*pnliliihed l>y Mea^r*. rnxT ft
Co., uv "MiLr;il y i <> s'l- t tl na t e Qfont Bf:V!ewf,
nnj Bltrkwrnip hf\n dcen j a'ty ilaced in ibeaama
rinlt.   Whoever illapen ^,^ wnh x miu: \m lioAtfont of
tiilt oliiMj wh tt^v.-iiiin tn-in-t 'Bintral Iuforniitinii,
w'il niti   be nlttri'-iii"-- (i-i.in I the timo   In wim-ii he
ivew—iiid in 11 ('Bi-tinit's a p-'i m ■ m;ty mnii jtct \p\y
fur ti'-'Mn i. Tlr'.v 111 y lx» cri'l nnd studicil wnh 11"-
van'n i'liy 1 he puople ol iln^ co nitry, ot' tvi'rj creed
and [urly, •
faH UUCKWOOP in »»Mi*im!K' nttrnctire "t tht«t
tlnn' to AtniiirrtTis,not only f r it. nori I arti"'*'by
iii-tlii2uith"d tt ritt'is of flctl n, bul fur ihfl iiri-t urn Of
1 lie Inte civil \v r nmv heiQg wiinoi I y C I. \'on
B'»rk'', ft (ifiiiinodlcfr, fihbf-i^-stafl loGed. J. E. U.
tuart, ol ibe Com.iderfttfl niinv.
TERMS   FOR   180(3.
Fur anyone  pf the Kcviews $1 per niiutim
Fur any CffoofUie Bevicwd,,  7 "
For any Ihtft of tha ! cvicwa.. 10 '•
Koran (bur of the (Uttawl 12 •<
Fmk BlRohwo'd'i lltniln" 4 "
Fur Hlackwoiid nnd  UD6 Rtvl W  7 "
For BlcUltWOOd nnd any (wo of tbt  Rt*
vMv 10 "
For ' latkwn il and tlireo of the Review*. .18 "
For Ul'icLwood and 1 he four Noviewi lo "
CLUBS.
A discount ntftoetlty per rent, tft'1 I e a'lowed to duba
pf fniir or linii'i- I'lffois. T.ius, four *', pins o»'
Hlii'kwrnd. or (ifonf eview will Itf sent to mead*
dress <ir *l^ -'■O. Kouro pus of tlie fuur iteviows and
Biiukwood. fiirS4S,iiml boon.
POSTAGE.     -
Wl'pn sent by mail, the ro^TAOB In pny part nf the
Unit d t Ion wi] tie ut tivi'.iit -lour cent* a year tor
" lackuood," and but t-iglit cents a year for each of
the Ul-vkiwb.
Re uced Prices for previous years.
BilbarrtbfTi may obtain 'be Repi-lnts iminenialely
pioct dnig 181'G, a* loll wa, v\7.. :
Blackwood from S-pUm pr, 18 4. to December, I8C5
inclusive, at the rate of $2 SO a year.
Tlie North British from. Ltimary. 1803, to P eeetnher
1 fifl, iiicliit-ive ; tlie Edinburgh   ih\ tne Westminster tn tn
p il. 1RII4, to Decern* e>, IM >, ineln ivv. «i.d tbf
London Quarterly lor theye»r 18'-&, at the rato of ;; I .'tQ
a year lur each or nny    evi w.
^T A few cupiea yet r min nfall the four Reviews
Tor j8C3 uf $4 a set, or fel f-0 lor nny one.
LEONARD   SCOTT   &   CO.,
Publishers, 38   Walker Street, iV.  Y.
L. S. & Co., nlao publish the
PABMFR'S C3-XJIIDE
By IlESiiv f-TEi'llEXH. nf Edinburgh, nnd i|... l»,e J. p.
.\oi.T,..v, -I V le <-l .-..-. 'Z vol.. llnyai Oalavo, 1000
lu.iie*, in .1 ii.tir.L'i..u,   K.ijTriivin.ii-
Price ^7 for the t-vo volume.-—hy Mail, po»t paid,
%* "0. jyiS
IT IIAVI.NtJ BEEN CIRCULATED IX THE
Tova lliut 1, tin.* iiii,ii-ii_'i;.-'l, hfvie inarit
a I >. el   .,r   A .-i^i.t.., nl l,.r tim  t«ei..-lit of  n]
tivi-ly In usiiure n .
1,1 tin- paklit tliui  inch  is not tba
CSM| or is   il lik.-lv 10   Im ■--", "ml   J   HID  Bti.i
1 t-. Mecuti' nil eomntnlont] collti--
..iliiuj- u.uul iirouiiitnt.,
;-uU-U.
PABI8 0ARTEB,
llcnt un.l Debt Collector, (l.-n.-rul Atroiit, ic.,
No. 1 Fori Si., Viitorlu V. 1.,
jv'J'j* Oppoiltt "The H»U.'
TP1EA1RB
Photographic uallery
(UP  STAIRS).
'I HIS GAtXEBT, I.ONd AN'D FAVOK-
1 i.lily kniiH-n t-. Vi.-ii.linns nnj siranfiir!.
Iius (at-iliiicK in tlie wnv ul light, n.iittn.il-
kc, un.l the^ cxjit'iii.-ii'.L' of tlie i-iupii" "i' en
al.les him to fiiruisli Cartel de Visile. Amlir...
typc.i, unit pbotofffopblc work ol laphrior
ini^ii oaequilled I.v nny other house in town,
Hl.ll  at   AS   LOW   NHH   UK   OTIIKII    BSTABl.lil.'.
MKNis   charge   for   common   nnd  laXrrioi
picture!—in I'.ict ui pikou to suit the liioi-n.
Cartes do Visite, -  - $5 per Eoz
Out door work nlteniU-.I to  nt Miort notice,
and on the most reiis'iiiutile tc-inis.
(iEOKGE    ROBINSON,
jy C Proprietor.
TUE   ONE  THING   WANTED.
HOLLOWAY'S TILLS.
Tlie mood.
Thopp furnoits pilH ore so composed Lb a
they operiite w liolmnnHy nn the slomnch, Iba
liver, Ihfl bowUs, nnd othfror^uns; by enrrert-
ing imy dcriiti^fiiicniH in their functions,
whereby n slendy supply of pure mnlcrinls tor
the reiieival ot the lilnnd tl lurrti^hfd, nnd &
constant nbstrncti'ui of efl'ete products is effected. Tins perfect circnliition thus bcconin
the very foqaUln of beallh nnd lite, and over-
romed nil form of dlsflftSfl wiiertvcr its sit it a
tion.
General Dlnnrdon of (Sie Llvor
i&ml stoiiiac-li.
All who ever indulge a* tabta, either in en!-
in? ur nt inking, ihould take abost ten of th*8«
hfcrooilfl pilisnt bod time, from wliicli wilt rn
mil ii clear head nnd good stomach iho fill w-
fnp morning. Thousat.ds of Ladies are a-
ways complaining of fick biftdiebeji irniit o
appetite, want of em-rg>f nnd wuntol streogili,
to OOtrOOl all these evil.s, llii'-eor (i>ur ol tbesa
Pilli should bo taken twice a week, when ihej
would give the invalid -ne health ami apjieiit'
of n ploughman.
Females of all Apes and Classei
Obttrncttotlfl ot nny lind. either in yomi:
or those between forty and lilty--th" moit crt>-
ical peilod of life—may ba radically remo 'i
by using these Pills Recording to the prinfeo
directions Which aecum|>any ench box. Vonnt
persons With sickly and srtlldW compleximi.'
may Imve ihe bloom ot health restored by thi:
corrective, wtioh purines tho blood nudes-
pels all gross and Impure humors from loesyi'
tern, beware thca of the critical nge Iron
lofty to fitly, as it sends many thousands to
premature grave,—these Pills should be takei
u that period of lile two or three tin.es 9
\ eek
Want  of .Slren^Ui and .Energy.
Persons of pedentniy habits, or those troubled in mind, working in Factories or Coal
Pits, who cannot obtain that amount ot fr«l
air and exercise which nature requires suftel
from weakness ntid dclility, lowness of spiri.a
and want of appetite. All Mich should 'nkf >
lose or two of'these Pills every three or foul
days, ns they net gently and effectually on the
system and impart vigor nnd energy to tlie
body, which is always followed by a go<>'
appetite, sound nnd refreshing sleep, and 8
high flow of spirits.
For the <tue of Dropsy.
The cflic'icy of Hollowny's Pills in Dropsy
is extraordinary, Tb?y net with Rich ft peculiar effect upo'i the sjstem, that the tluol'
causing thu direful complaint, are peiceptihl
juried o!F and prevented from any /urthn
ii^eiiujii'atinii. The sulleict r gains a buoy-
ancy of spltlti aud rvfoloe* In a rompleteiy
renovated constitution. U is inuispeor-ili v
necessary tlmt tha Ointment should *»e most
efl'i'('tu:illy rubbed intu the complaiuiug ptrU
(Uuii.g tbe « hole cour.se of treatment.
Children and their  Alluitnt*'.
In no country in tho world are more chihlrrrt
carried to an early grnve than in fireat Hri'au
Oougbfli Measb s, Sfiilntiuii, l''e\ers, nnd olhtr
diseases attack the little sufferers, apri death,
but too olten, follows at u rapid pace ; **et it
at the first stage ot these complaints, )i»retita
were to have recourse to lloltoivay's nMfl. all
danger would be avoided for the stomnc'i
and bowels would oe gently but effectual!?
cleansed bv this milu aperient; ihe d'ptttVW
nuniors corrcctea nna tnesecretions duiy rfgu-
Inted. A perfect cure would •oon be effected, and the IHtlepstient restored to fcouu^
health.
Holloway' Pi. r ve tbe best known rensdy tn ih
world fv tha follow.ng; diseases:
Fo1«l a', the hPinbilRbmem of Pro essor H,illnwny, -Jl
strand, (near Temrle Bur.) I. nrkm ; alyj by mlf resjicd
able Dnigim's aii<l Dfnler« fn Me (rlncfl ilirottfthout th)
(Hvilizml vvori'l,at the IJolloWlaK prices—1». 1>|.( 5. Dd,
tt, Ci 1., Us., J-J.-., and 33,. each box.
A.1MI6
Astbmn
Uilli(iu>Coraplalnt
tli
iFenmlo Irrcgular-.Pcroru'aorKifly*
1 Evil
•^re Throats
-tnue and Graft
"t-comlary ^rop-
i i
Ffver of all kind
Pita
• nut .
lb■■inli Ache
Indige^liot
InllninmutloQ
Janiiitice
Lhcr Complaicts
LumbayO
Blotches
bfctn
Bnwel compiatntfl
Colics
UoiistipHtion of tbe
Howlrt
Consamitlon
Debility
Dropsy
Dyaentn
E r y e i j >f I a S
%•   There
rffrrslsss.
Mirecti-iM Tor tlie putdrnce of pattriits In eterj d.'O
Nt ate aillxt'l io >hcI) box*
McDn'oreux
I in,.nn
Ulc«ra
Vei.creal     allee
tii-n»
fforins    o f   »
kimla
WfakiiPM     fn'"1
wbnieverrpu«
a  considerable   laviug by  taking tl>«
KbeumatU'Dl
Ke. fill inn ef Urine
PniNTEt) and Published by McGlube * Co.,»*
the officej Langl«y Street.

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